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  • News | Vancouver 2010

    Bobsleigh in Vancouver: quality racing guaranteed

     A combination of G-force, labyrinths and omegas – and a highly competitive field – on the impressive Whistler track should make for some exiting quality racing in Vancouver. At the Olympic Games, the men take part in the two-man and four-man events, while the women – who made their Olympic debut at Salt Lake City in 2002 – compete in a two-woman event. In all three events, medals are awarded to the team which posts the lowest combined time from the four heats, which are held over two days of competition. The aim of getting from start to finish as quickly as possible looks simple, but the 1,450-metre iced track is marked by steep banking, turns and high-speed straights.
    08 Feb 2010 | Vancouver 2010, Olympic News, Bobsleigh
  • News | Beijing 2008

    Rafael Nadal - Tennis - Simple Men

    Victory at the Olympic Games in Beijing proved the crowning glory of an unforgettable 2008 for Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal. Nadal had already enjoyed a career-defining season, having secured his fourth French Open title in Paris and edged Roger Federer in the fading light at the Wimbledon final in a match widely regarded as the greatest of the modern era.
    17 Aug 2008 | Beijing 2008, Tennis, Spain, NADAL, Rafael
  • News | Olympic News

    So Agassi!

    Andre Agassi celebrated yesterday his 37th birthday. In a 20-year career, the gold medallist at the 1996 Atlanta Games strongly marked the public and the history of tennis. Let’s look a little closer at the career of the man considered today as one of the darlings of tennis.
    30 Apr 2007 | Olympic News, AGASSI, Andre, BOLAND, John
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