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  • Apolo Anton Ohno Becomes The Fastest Man in 500m | Video

    Apolo Anton Ohno Becomes The Fastest Man in 500m

    Apolo Anton Ohno proves to be the fastest man in the 500m event, claiming his first gold medal of these Games in 41.93 seconds. In the 5000m team relay, he leads team US to the bronze medal, crossing the finish line ahead of Canada in 6:47.990. Apolo went on to win 3 Olympic medals at the Turin 2006 Olympics (1 gold and 2 bronze), tying with Chad Hendricks as the most decorated American athlete of these Games. Apolo Anton Ohno (USA) - Short Track Speed Skating - Turin 2006
  • Wang Meng Makes Her Olympic Debut Winning 500m Gold | Video

    Wang Meng Makes Her Olympic Debut Winning 500m Gold

    Wang Meng of China makes her Olympic debut winning the 500m gold medal. Wang Meng finishes the race in 44.345 secons, claiming China's first gold medal of these Games. World record holder and 2002 silver medallist, Evgenia Radanova captures silver in 44.374. Canadian Anouk Leblanc-Boucher settles for the bronze medal, crossing the line in 44.759. Short Track Speed Skating 500m Women's Final - Turin 2006 Winter Olympics - Wang Meng (CHN), Evgenia Radanova (BUL), Anouk Leblanc-Boucher (CAN)
  • Cindy Klassen Dominates in 1500m | Video

    Cindy Klassen Dominates in 1500m

    Canadian Cindy Klassen claims her first Olympic title, the 1500m gold medal in a 1 minute 55.27 seconds. Klassen became the first Canadian to win 5 medals at a single Olympics, winning gold in 1500m, silver in 1000m and Team Pursuit, and bronze in 5000m and 3000m. She also won a gold medal in Salt Lake 2002, becoming the most decorated Canadian Olympic athlete in history. Speed Skating Women's 1500m Final - Turin 2006 Winter Olympics - Cindy Klassen (CAN), Kristina Groves (CAN), Ireen Wust (NED)
  • Athletics - 1500m Men - Rio 2016 Olympic Games | Video

    Athletics - 1500m Men - Rio 2016 Olympic Games

    Highlights of the Athletics - 1500m Men on Day 15 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 20, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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