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2012 Olympics, Women's Cycling Individual Time Trials: US's Kristin Armstrong Wins Gold, Seattle's Amber Nebin 7th

The US women's cycling team is chock full of talent, but none more talented than Kristin Armstrong, who after another dominate performance has repeated as champion of the women's individual time trial.

Finishing the 29-kilometer course in a blazing time of37:34.82, he took home the gold by nearly 16 seconds. The 38-year old Armstrong also made history as the oldest champion of a women's road cycling event ever at the Olympics.

Judith Arndt of Germany won the silver medal in a time of 37:50.29, while Russia's Olga Zabelinskaya won her second bronze medal of the Olympics, finishing the time trial in 37:57.35.

Seattle native Amber Neben would finish in seventh place in the time trial, completing the course in a time of 38:45.17.

Check out SI's complete medal tracker here.

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