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14 More Gold Medals Up for Grabs at Olympics Monday - 2004-08-16

Another 14 gold medals are to be handed out as the Summer Olympics continue in Greece Monday. Seven different sports will produce the latest Olympic champions.

China begins the day at the top of the medal table with five gold medals and seven overall. Australia and Japan follow with four golds each.

Medal events are scheduled Monday in the sports of diving, fencing, artistic gymnastics, judo, shooting, swimming and weightlifting.

After going into the water, divers are hoping to come out with gold in the women's 10-meter platform synchronized and men's three-meter springboard synchronized finals.

Swimming crowns four more winners as American Michael Phelps continues his quest to tie a record seven gold medals. The men go for speed in the 200-meter freestyle and 100-meter backstroke. The women try to touch the wall first in the 100-meter backstroke and 100-meter breaststroke.

The final men's individual foil will determine another winner in fencing. The men also compete in the final team events of artistic gymnastics.

Pushing the limits of strength will be weightlifters in the women's under 58-kilogram and men's under 62-kilogram finals.

Two finals in judo include the women's under 57-kilogram and men's under 73-kilogram divisions.

Shooters will target Olympic gold in the women's final trap and men's 10-meter rifle.