Key dates: July 28 (air pistol); July 30-31 (skeet); Aug. 2 (double trap); Aug. 3 (prone rifle) Venue: Royal Artillery Barracks, southeast London Big story: Can Matt Emmons (above), who won an Olympic gold in 2004 and silver in 2008, come back from his thyroid cancer in 2010 to win the gold again in men's prone rifle? Top U.S. prospects: Emmons, Jason Turner (air pistol), Vince Hancock (skeet), and Glenn Eller (double trap). Others to watch: Raymond Debevec of Slovenia, holder of Olympic and world records in men's 50 rifle 3 in his eighth consecutive Olympics, dating back to 1984 in Los Angeles. Little-known fact: India will send 11 shooters to the Games.
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