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  • Womens Category 53kg Medal Ceremony

    Womens Category 53kg Medal Ceremony

    ATHENS - AUGUST 15: Medal winners (L to R) Raema Lisa Rumbewas of Indonesia (silver), Udomporn Polsak of Thailand (gold) and Mabel Mosquera of Colombia (bronze) pose for photographers after the medal ceremony of the women's 53 kg category weightlifting event on August 15, 2004 during the Athens 2004 Summer Olympic Games at Nikaia Olympic Weightlifting Hall in Athens, Greece. (Photo by Mark Dadswell/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Raema Lisa Rumbewas;Udomporn Polsak;Mabel Mosquera
    Saturday, August 14, 2004 10:00 PM | Photo
  • Mens Freestyle 96kg Medal Ceremony

    Mens Freestyle 96kg Medal Ceremony

    ATHENS - AUGUST 29: (L-R) Alireza Heidari of Iran, bronze, Khadjimourat Gatsalov of Russia, gold, and Magomed Ibragimov of Uzbekistan, silver, look on after receiving their medals during ceremonies for the men's Freestyle wrestling 96 kg event on August 29, 2004 during the Athens 2004 Summer Olympic Games at Ano Liossia Olympic Hall in Athens, Greece. (Photo by Robert Laberge/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Magomed Ibragimov;Khadjimourat Gatsalov;Alireza Heidari
    Saturday, August 28, 2004 10:00 PM | Photo
  • Womens 67kg Medal Ceremony

    Womens 67kg Medal Ceremony

    ATHENS - AUGUST 29: (L-R) Adriana Carmona of Venezula (bronze), Zhong Chen of China (gold), Myriam Baverel of France (silver) receive their medals during the women's over 67 kg Taekwondo medal ceremony on August 29, 2004 during the Athens 2004 Summer Olympic Games at the Sports Pavilion part of the Faliro Coastal Zone Olympic Complex. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Adriana Carmona;Zhong Chen;Myriam Baverel
    Saturday, August 28, 2004 10:00 PM | Photo
  • Beijing 2008 Olympic Wrestling 55kg Men's Freestyle Final | Video

    Beijing 2008 Olympic Wrestling 55kg Men's Freestyle Final

    Henry Cejudo of the United States controlled the action to claim a two-period victory over Tomihiro Matsunaga of Japan in the gold-medal Olympic wrestling final, 2-2, 3-0 at 55 kg. Cejudo won the first period against Matsunaga by scoring the highest point move, a two-point exposure. He won the second period on a three-point high crotch takedown and became the youngest USA wrestler to clench an Olympic wrestling gold medal.
  • Sarsekbayev Battles To Gold | Video

    Sarsekbayev Battles To Gold

    Bakhyt Sarsekbayev of Kazakhstan wins gold against Cuba's Carlos Banteaux Suarez in the welterweight class. The Cuban lands the only punch in the first round. The fight opens up in the second round and the Kazakh's aggression pays off as the round ends 7-2. Suarez battles back, but in the final two rounds, Sarsekbayev stays ahead and wins gold by a score of 18-9. Boxing 69 kg (Welterweight) Final - Beijing 2008 - Carlos Banteaux Suarez (CUB) vs Bakhyt Sarsekbayev (KAZ)
  • Lu Yong Achieves Olympic Glory in Homesoil | Video

    Lu Yong Achieves Olympic Glory in Homesoil

    In October 2016, Andrei RYBAKOU of Belarus, competing in the Men's 85kg Weightlifting event, in which he ranked 2nd and for which he was awarded the silver medal, has been disqualified from the Games of the XXIX Olympiad. Lu Yong wins the 85kg Olympic title after clearing a total of 394 kg. Tigran Matirosyan takes the bronze medal home. With this win, Lu Yong claims China's 8th weightlifting gold medal in the games, and China's first gold in the heavyweight categories. Weightlifting 85kg Men's Final - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - Lu Yong (CHN), Tigran V. Martirosyan (ARM)
  • Document

    Melbourne - Stockholm 1956

    Having the equestrian events in Stockholm rather than Melbourne naturally had an impact on the official report. Indeed, the organisers of the equestrian Games in Stockholm decided to publish their own official report. There are thus two official reports, “The official report of the Organizing Committee for the Games of the XVI Olympiad Melbourne 1956”, published in 1958, and “The Official Report of the Organizing Committee for the Equestrian Games of the XVIth Olympiad”, published in 1959. The first is only in English; the second is in both English and Swedish.
  • USSR vs Yugoslavia - Men’s Basketball Final | Video

    USSR vs Yugoslavia - Men’s Basketball Final

    The stage was set. Yugoslavia had beaten Australia, while the USSR had won against the reigning champions team USA in the semi-finals.   The two final teams had already met in their very first match in the 1988 Summer Games. In that Group B match, the Yugoslavian team had won by 92 – 79. But now the stakes were higher with the Seoul 1988 Olympic gold medal to be won.   Yugoslavia, led by Moscow 1980 Olympic gold medalist Drazen Petrovic, had an impressive start getting to a 24 - 12 lead before the end of the first half. However, The USSR weren’t going to give away the gold medal that easily and, by half-time, had taken the lead in to their hands with a 31 – 26 score.   Back in the game and ahead in the scoreboard, the Soviet team kept its cool in the second half. With Sharunas Marchulionis and Arvydas Sabonis scoring over 20 points each, the USSR maintained a minimum 9 points lead until the final 76 – 63 score gave them their second Olympic gold medal.
  • Women's 53kg Weightlifting final highlights | Video

    Women's 53kg Weightlifting final highlights

    In October 2016, Zulfiya CHINSHANLO of Kazakhstan, competing in the Women's 53kg Weightlifting event, in which she ranked first and for which she was awarded the gold medal, has been disqualified from the Games of the XXX Olympiad. In November 2016, Cristina IOVU of Republic of Moldova, competing in the Women's 53kg Weightlifting event, in which she ranked 3rd and for which she was awarded the bronze medal, has been disqualified from the Games of the XXX Olympiad. London 2012 - Zulfiya Chinshanlo of Kazakhstan takes on Shu-Ching Hsu of Chinese Taipei in the final of the women's 53kg weightlifting. Chinshanlo, just 19, won gold and set a world record of 131 kg for the clean and jerk. Cristina Iovu of the Republic of Moldova took bronze.
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