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(From Philippine Daily Inquirer)
Byline: Artemio T. Engracia Jr., News Editor
That's about the only thing left for the two survivors of the country's medal hopes as they go into action at the Faliro Sports Pavilion Saturday, the final day of taekwondo competitions and the penultimate day of the 28th Olympic Games.
So much is riding on the shoulders of Mary Antoinette Rivero, at 16 the youngest member of the Philippine contingent, and Donald Geisler III, the veteran of the Sydney Olympics, as they attempt what others before them had failed to do-win a medal in Athens.
Rivero, who is living out an Olympic dream she had nurtured since early childhood, takes on Argentina's Vanina Sanchez Beron in the first round of the women's under-67 kg …