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  • Men's -68kg Taekwondo bronze finals | Video

    Men's -68kg Taekwondo bronze finals

    London 2012 - Diogo Silva of Brazil met Terrence Jennings of Team USA in the men's -68kg Taekwondo bronze final, while Great Britain's Martin Stamper took on Rohullah Nikpah of Afghanistan in the other third-place match.
  • Turkey takes -68kg Taekwondo gold | Video

    Turkey takes -68kg Taekwondo gold

    London 2012 - Turkey's Servet Tazegul won gold in the men's -68kg Taekwondo competition after defeating Mohammad Bagheri Motamed 6-5 in a tight final match.
  • Turkey takes -68kg Taekwondo gold - full replay | Video

    Turkey takes -68kg Taekwondo gold - full replay

    London 2012 - Turkey's Servet Tazegul won gold in the men's -68kg Taekwondo competition after defeating Mohammad Bagheri Motamed 6-5 in a tight final match.
  • USA v Brazil Taekwondo -68kg bronze final - full replay | Video

    USA v Brazil Taekwondo -68kg bronze final - full replay

    London 2012 - The first bronze in the men's -68kg Taekwondo competition was claimed by Terrence Jennings of the United States, who made a comeback from the repechage and defeated Brazilian Diogo Silva 8-5.
  • Beijing 2008 Olympic Taekwondo Men's 68kg Gold Medal Match | Video

    Beijing 2008 Olympic Taekwondo Men's 68kg Gold Medal Match

    South Korea's Son Tae-jin scored a kick in the final seconds to defeat Mark Lopez of the United States for the gold medal in the men's 68kg Olympic taekwondo competition. South Korea won an impressive four out of eight possible Taekwondo gold medals during the Beijing Games.
  • News | Olympic News

    Cathy Freeman at Sydney 2000: Moments of magic!

    The lighting of the Olympic cauldron, the victory lap in front of a jubilant crowd, the green and white full bodysuit… Cathy Freeman left an unforgettable mark on the Sydney 2000 Games. Twenty years on, who will claim victory in the 400m in the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo? Naturally the chances are higher for athletes also taking part in the women’s 4x400m event and the new mixed 4x400m relay!
    22 Sep 2019 | Olympic News, Sydney 2000, Tokyo 2020, Athletics
  • News | IOC News

    Record-breaking gymnast Latynina certain she was “born a winner”

    From being unbeatable when three months pregnant, to highlighting her background as a ballerina and embracing the moment she was overtaken as the world’s most decorated Olympian, octogenarian gymnast Larisa Latynina is loving life and delighted to share her story with a whole new generation of Olympic fans.
    04 Sep 2019 | Olympic News, Gymnastics
  • News | Tokyo 2020

    Tokyo 2020 basketball test event at Saitama Super Arena

    Tokyo 2020’s array of fantastic, modern venues should generate some extraordinary atmosphere next summer – but few will rival the Saitama Super Arena. Already one of Japan’s most famous venues for major sporting events and concerts, at the Games it will host the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments (together with the Aomi Urban Sports Park).
    27 Aug 2019 | Olympic News, Tokyo 2020, Tokyo 2020 test events, Basketball
  • News | Tokyo 2020

    Usain Bolt's title is up for grabs at Tokyo 2020!

    Eleven years ago, on 20 August 2008, Usain Bolt became a two-time Olympic champion in the 100m and 200m, setting two world records in the process. He achieved this feat twice, with victories for Jamaica in the 4x100m relay, bringing his total to eight gold medals, an all-time record in sprinting. Today, hopefuls are preparing themselves and queuing up to follow in his footsteps in the 100m and 200m races at Tokyo 2020.
    20 Aug 2019 | Olympic News, BOLT, Usain, Athletics, Tokyo 2020
  • News | Moscow 1980

    Daley Thompson becomes the undisputed king of the decathlon at Moscow 1980

    The favourite going into the Moscow Games, the British decathlete delivered a series of top-level performances 39 years ago, on 26 and 27 July 1980, to win his first Olympic title. In the years that followed, he took gold at the European and World Championships and the Commonwealth Games, before retaining his Olympic title at Los Angeles 1984, setting a world record that would last for eight years. He is one of the greatest champions in the combined event’s history, which stretches back over a century.
    27 Jul 2019 | Olympic News, Moscow 1980
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