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2012 London Olympics: Vincent Hancock Of Team USA Wins Second Career Gold

Vincent Hancock of Port Charlotte, Florida defended his gold medal in men's skeet on Tuesday, earning his second career gold at the age of just 23. After hitting all 25 targets in the final round, Hancock won by two targets and set an Olympics record with 148 of 150 possible targets hit.

Finishing with the silver was Anders Golding of Denmark with 146 targets and 41-year old Nasser Al-Attiyah of Qatar finished with the bronze after defeating Valeriy Shomin of Russia in a shoot off. The bronze medal is Qatar's first of the Olympic games.

Hancock, a sergeant in the United States Army, set a record by becoming the first man to ever win gold twice in the event.

For a complete schedule of events and dates medals will be awarded, visit NBC Sports' official Olympic website. For complete coverage from the 2012 London Olympics, keep checking this StoryStream and visit SB Nation's Olympics hub.

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