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  • News | Barcelona 1992

    Living the American Dream

    The Dream Team
    09 Aug 1992 | Barcelona 1992, Basketball, United States of America
  • News | Seoul 1988

    Mark Todd

    Mark Todd’s horse Charisma was written off as too small and too old when they came to defend their three-day eventing title at the 1988 Olympics.
    24 Sep 1988 | Seoul 1988
  • News | Sarajevo 1984

    Speed skater Boucher breaks Canada's golden duck

    Somewhat surprisingly, up until 1984 no Canadian male competitor had ever won an individual gold medal at the Olympic Winter Games. Speed skater Gaétan Boucher broke his country’s duck at the Sarajevo Games in 1984 in spectacular style, leaving with two gold medals and a bronze.
    10 Feb 1984 | Sarajevo 1984, BOUCHER, Gaétan
  • News | Lake Placid 1980

    Robin Cousins - Figure skating

    Robin Cousins arrived at the XIII Olympic Winter Games in Lake Placid as the British and European champion, and was considered the best amateur free skater in the world – a worthy and popular heir to his compatriot, the legendary John Curry.
    02 Feb 1980 | Lake Placid 1980, Figure Skating, Great Britain
  • News | Mexico 1968

    Backstroke legend Matthes launches Olympic reign

    Roland Matthes is quite simply the greatest backstroke exponent in the history of the Olympic Games. Watch our exclusive archive footage of the East German in action as he claimed the first of his four individual Olympic titles, in the 100m at Mexico City1968
    22 Oct 1968 | Mexico 1968
  • News | Mexico 1968

    Triple gold for medley maestro Hickcox

    There were three gold medals and one silver for America's Charles Hickcox, the outstanding medley swimmer of his time.
    20 Oct 1968 | Mexico 1968
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