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US women's fencing team, including Minnesota's Scanlan, wins bronze

The USA women's epee fencing team, which includes St. Paul's Susie Scanlan, salvaged a disappointing London Games with a bronze medal on Saturday when the team defeated Russia in a dramatic sudden-death bout.
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The USA women's epee fencing team, which includes St. Paul's Susie Scanlan, salvaged a disappointing London Games with a bronze medal on Saturday when the team defeated Russia in a dramatic sudden-death bout.

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