Ryan Lochte of the United States prepares to compete in the Men's 200m Freestyle semi final 1 on Day 2 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Aquatics Centre on July 29, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
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LONDON - The Olympic pool will be a focal point of more drama Monday, with four gold medals to be awarded at the Aquatics Center.
Meanwhile, the best male gymnasts in the world will battle for the team championship, with the United States seeking its first gold medal since 1984 and Great Britain hoping to win its first team medal ever, in front of a home crowd.
American swimmer Ryan Lochte will have a chance for personal revenge during the 200-meter freestyle final Monday, a day after his anchor leg of the men's 4x100-meter relay fell short to the French, who overtook Lochte's lead and clinched the gold medal.
In diving, China's Yuan Cao and Yanquan Zhang are favorites to win the 10-meter platform event. But they will have to contend with Great Britain's Tom Daley and Pete Waterfield. In his second Olympics, 18-year-old Daley has become a face of the British Olympic team.
Other medals will be awarded in judo, fencing, shooting and weightlifting.
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