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Souhan in London: Bolt, Viola, and Post

Star Tribune sports writer Jim Souhan is covering the Olympics for WJON live every weekday morning. Today (Thursday) Souhan talked with Bob Hughes about the track and field competition, Minnesota's Viola in the diving events, and St. Cloud's Post.

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Souhan in London: USA Dominating Women’s, Men’s Basketball

Star Tribune sports writer Jim Souhan is covering the Olympics live for us on WJON. He talks with Bob Hughes every weekday morning at 7:15 a.m.

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Souhan in London: Cheering on U.S. Women’s Soccer

Star Tribune sports writer Jim Souhan is covering the Olympic Games for us at WJON. He's reporting live from a different Olympic venue every weekday morning at 7:15 a.m.

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Souhan in London: Watching Soccer, Track & Field

Star Tribune sports writer Jim Souhan has been reporting live from the Olympics for us on WJON every weekday morning. Today (Monday) he's on his way to watch soccer. He also talks about the track and field competition.

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Souhan in London: Talking Phelps, Start of Track and Field

Star Tribune sports writer Jim Souhan is covering the Olympics for us on WJON. He reports live from London every morning at 7:15 a.m.

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Souhan in London: Whalen Impressive on the Court

Star Tribune sportswriter Jim Souhan has spent a lot of time watching the US women's basketball team at this year's Olympics. He says Hutchinson native Lindsay Whalen has been one of the big stars on a lead loaded with talent.

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Souhan in London: Talking Tennis, Michael Phelps

Star Tribune sports writer Jim Souhan is in London covering the Olympics for us on WJON. Today he talked with Bob Hughes about covering the tennis matches. He also had the chance to witness Michael Phelps' record breaking medal victory.

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Souhan in London: Watching Tennis, Women’s Volleyball

Star Tribune sportswriter Jim Souhan is covering the Olympics for WJON. Today he talked with Bob Hughes live from Wimbledon. He has also had a chance to watch the US Women's Volleyball team dominate their competition so far.

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Souhan in London: Minnesota Basketball Players Impress

Star Tribune sportswriter Jim Souhan is reporting live from the Olympics for WJON every weekday morning at 7:15 a.m.

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Souhan in London: Preparing of Opening Ceremony

Star Tribune sports writer Jim Souhan is preparing for tonight's (Friday) opening ceremony. He says he won't be in the stadium for the event, but instead will be watching from a nearby pub. He also talks about the three members of the Minnesota Lynx on the USA women's basketball team.

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