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  • McKeever takes K1 gold for Britain | Video

    McKeever takes K1 gold for Britain

    London 2012 - Ed McKeever of Team GB earns his 'Usain Bolt of the Water' nickname after storming to victory in the men's 200m kayak sprint.
  • Tony Estanguet: Flying high with the flag | Video

    Tony Estanguet: Flying high with the flag

    Three-time Olympic canoe single slalom (C1) champion Tony Estanguet recalls the special emotion he felt marching at the head of the French delegation at the Opening Ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Games.
  • Mauritius's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony | Video

    Mauritius's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony

    Sprinter Stephan Buckland leads Mauritius's Olympic athletes in the Parade of Nations during the Beijing 2008 Opening Ceremonies. Marching with pride the Mauritius athletes carry the Olympic hope of their nation. Mauritius - Parade of Nations - Opening Ceremony - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics
  • Bolt leads Jamaican 200m clean-sweep - highlights | Video

    Bolt leads Jamaican 200m clean-sweep - highlights

    London 2012 - Usain Bolt tonight secured the legendary status he craved by becoming the first man ever to win the Olympic Games sprint double twice in succession. The 25-year-old superstar led a Jamaican clean-sweep, ahead of 100m silver medallist Yohan Blake and Warren Weir, both of whom are just 22.
  • Canada's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony | Video

    Canada's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony

    Sprint kayaker Adam Joseph van Koeverden leads Canada's Olympic athletes in the Parade of Nations during the Beijing 2008 Opening Ceremonies. Marching with pride the Canada athletes carry the Olympic hope of their nation. Canada - Parade of Nations - Opening Ceremony - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics
  • Bolt leads Jamaican 200m clean-sweep - highlights | Video

    Bolt leads Jamaican 200m clean-sweep - highlights

    London 2012 - Usain Bolt tonight secured the legendary status he craved by becoming the first man ever to win the Olympic Games sprint double twice in succession. The 25-year-old superstar led a Jamaican clean-sweep, ahead of 100m silver medallist Yohan Blake and Warren Weir, both of whom are just 22.
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