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Joanna Garcia Swisher (left) and Justin Kirk star in “Animal Practice,” the show NBC cut away to Sunday night when it delayed the conclusion of the Olympics closing ceremony, drawing further criticism to the network’s coverage of the London Games. (NBC via Associated Press)

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Joanna Garcia Swisher (left) and Justin Kirk star in “Animal Practice,” the show NBC cut away to Sunday night when it delayed the conclusion of the Olympics closing ceremony, drawing further criticism to the network’s coverage of the London Games. (NBC via Associated Press)

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Justin Kirk stars in “Animal Practice,” the show NBC cut away to Sunday night when it delayed the conclusion of the Olympics closing ceremony, drawing further criticism to the network’s coverage of the London Games. (NBC via Associated Press)

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Michael Phelps (top) and Ryan Lochte will dominate the headlines in swimming and just may be the biggest attraction of the London Games. (Associated Press)

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Roger Federer, who Sunday won his seventh Wimbledon championship, will be participating in his fourth Olympics when the London Games begin July 28. The tennis competition will be staged at the All England Club. (Associated Press)

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Roger Federer, who Sunday won his seventh Wimbledon championship, will be participating in his fourth Olympics when the London Games begin July 28. The tennis competition will be staged at the All England Club. (Associated Press)

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Maryland track and field coach and former two-time Olympic gold medalist Andrew Valmon is contending with two major issues: preparing the U.S. Olympic team for the London Games and raising sufficient funds to keep the school's program from being eliminated. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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Maryland track and field coach and former two-time Olympic gold medalist Andrew Valmon is contending with two major issues: preparing the U.S. Olympic team for the London Games and raising sufficient funds to keep the school's program from being eliminated. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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Maryland track and field coach and former two-time Olympic gold medalist Andrew Valmon is contending with two major issues: preparing the U.S. Olympic team for the London Games and raising sufficient funds to keep the school's program from being eliminated. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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Maryland track and field coach and former two-time Olympic gold medalist Andrew Valmon is contending with two major issues: preparing the U.S. Olympic team for the London Games and raising sufficient funds to keep the school's program from being eliminated. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)