Olympic gold medallist lifts a bar on her first Olympic competition

The Olympic gold medalist lifts up a bar and a few other weights on her way to victory in the 100m hurdles on Monday night.

The American, who competed for the USA at the Rio Olympics, had just won gold in the men’s event.

The final score: the Americans won 5-2, with American hurdler Cameron Lee finishing with a time of 25.54 seconds.

The USA had to wait until a second, final race of the day, to take the bronze.

It was a tight race, with the Americans losing by a hair to Germany in the final of the men, with two of the three bronze medals going to the USA.

“It’s just been a long time since I competed in a final event, and I’m looking forward to the next challenge,” Lee said.

In the 100 metres, Lee took the bronze with a personal best of 0.84 seconds. 

Lee’s world record was 0.78 seconds in the same event at the 2008 Beijing Games.

Lee and his team-mates will now head to Beijing to try to repeat as gold medals in the women’s 100m freestyle, with a date set for June 4.

It’s the first time since 1996 that the men and women have competed together in the freestyle.