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  • Gold for Attila Sandor Vajda in Canoe C1 100m | Video

    Gold for Attila Sandor Vajda in Canoe C1 100m

    Attila Sandor Vajda of Hungary claims his first gold medal in the men's C1 1000m. Vajda, bronze medallist in Athens and world number one, becomes an Olympic champion by crossing the line first in 3:50.467, just a couple of seconds ahead of reigning Olympic champion David Cal, who has to settle for silver. Canadian Thomas Hall takes home the bronze medal in 3:53.653. Canoe Sprint Men's C1 1000m - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - Attila Sandor Vajda (HUN), David Cal (ESP), Thomas Hall (CAN)
  • Germany Remains Undefeated in K4 1000m Since 1992 | Video

    Germany Remains Undefeated in K4 1000m Since 1992

    Germany keeps the streak alive and claims one more gold medal in the women's K4 1000m, remaining undefeated in this event since 1992. The German crew, jumps out to an early lead, keeping it until the end to win in 1:32.231. Hungary takes the silver medal home in 1:32.971, while the Australian crew claims the bronze medal in 1:34.704. Canoe Sprint Women's K4 1000m - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - GER, HUN, AUS
  • Canoe review - in pictures | Video

    Canoe review - in pictures

    London 2012 - Canoeing at London 2012 saw veterans shine again and new, emerging talent firmly establish itself on the international scene. In the men's K1, Italian world champion Daniele Molmenti cemented his place in the sport while Frenchman Tony Estanguet won gold in the men's C1 as expected. In the women's K1 France's Emilie Fer saw off a challenge from Slovakian world number one Jana Dukatova, while Australia's Jessica Fox came second to win silver. Meanwhile, Etienne Stott and Tim Baillie landed a GB one-two, as they claimed gold ahead of countrymen David Florence and Richard Hounslow to start a new era for Britain in the men's C2.
  • Canoe Slalom gold and silver for Team GB | Video

    Canoe Slalom gold and silver for Team GB

    London 2012 - Great Britain claimed gold and silver in the Canoe Slalom Double (C2) in front a jubilant home crowd. Etienne Stott and Tim Baillie won gold in a time of 106.41, followed by Richard Hounslow and David Florence, who registered a time of 106.77 to claim silver.
  • Men's And Women's Sailing - Highlights | Day 2 | Video

    Men's And Women's Sailing - Highlights | Day 2

    Highlights from Day 2 at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games Sailing events. Results of the first of the Women's Windsurfing events and the Men's One Person Dinghy. 
  • New Zealand take K1 Canoe gold - highlights | Video

    New Zealand take K1 Canoe gold - highlights

    London 2012 - New Zealand's Lisa Carrington takes gold in the women's Kayak Single (K1) 200m sprint. The silver medal went to the Ukrainian Inna Osypenko-Radomska, while Hungarian Natasa Douchev-Janics took bronze. Watch highlights from the final.
  • Canoe slalom review - France tops medals table | Video

    Canoe slalom review - France tops medals table

    London 2012 - Canoeing at London 2012 saw veterans shine again and new, emerging talent firmly establish itself on the international scene. In the men's K1, Italian world champion Daniele Molmenti cemented his place in the sport while Frenchman Tony Estanguet won gold in the men's C1 as expected. In the women's K1 France's Emilie Fer saw off a challenge from Slovakian world number one Jana Dukatova, while Australia's Jessica Fox came second to win silver. Meanwhile, Etienne Stott and Tim Baillie landed a GB one-two, as they claimed gold ahead of countrymen David Florence and Richard Hounslow to start a new era for Britain in the men's C2.
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