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Guest Host: Melinda Penkava
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- Janice Lloyd senior assignment editor for sports at USA Today
- Lisa Lax senior profiles producer, NBC Olympics
- Helen Jefferson Lenskyj author of "Inside the Olympic Industry" (State University of New York Press)
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