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  • Chong Wei Lee and Lin Dan Make it to the Final | Video

    Chong Wei Lee and Lin Dan Make it to the Final

    Chong Wei Lee faces Lee Hyunil and wins the match 2-1. Lee Hyunil claims game number two 21-13, but Chong Wei Lee takes the first game 21-18 and game number three 21-13, securing a place in the gold medal match. Reigning world champion Lin Dan of China triumphs over his countryman Chen Jin, taking game numer one 21-12 and the second game 21-18. Chong Wei Lee and Lin Dan will remain on the collision course in men's badminton. Badminton Singles Men's Semifinal - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics
  • Hochshorner Twins Win 3rd Consecutive Gold Medal | Video

    Hochshorner Twins Win 3rd Consecutive Gold Medal

    The Slovakian twin brothers, Pavol and Peter Hochschorner, become the first crew to win the C2 500m gold medal at three consecutive Olympics. Even though the twins are assessed a two points penalty, they win by more than 2 seconds, in a combined time of 190.82. The Czech duo, Jaroslav Volf and Ondrej Stepanek, finish second in 192.89 and receive the silver medal. The Russian pair settles for bronze in 197.37. Canoe Slalom Men's C2 - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - SVK, CZE, RUS
  • Agassi Adds a Gold Medal to His Amazing CV | Video

    Agassi Adds a Gold Medal to His Amazing CV

    At the 1996 Atlanta Games, Andre Agassi cemented his place as one of the greatest tennis players of all time, adding a gold Olympic medal to his incredible CV. Representing the United States, Agassi triumphed over Sergi Bruguera of Spain 6-2, 6-3, 6-1, winning the singles Olympic title. Leander Paes of India received the bronze medal in an ealier match. Tennis Singles Men's Final - Atlanta 1996 Summer Olympics - Andre Agassi (USA), Sergi Bruguera (ESP), Leander Paes (IND)
  • Best of Atlanta 1996 | Video

    Best of Atlanta 1996

    At the Atlanta Games, for the first time, every single National Olympic Committee recognised at the time is represented. Watch all the highlights here!
  • Carl Lewis' Impressive Olympic History | Video

    Carl Lewis' Impressive Olympic History

    American Carl Lewis is one of the few athletes who have won 9 gold medals during his Olympic career (2 in the 100m, 1 in the 200m, 2 in the 4x100m, and 4 in the long jump). Lewis participated in four Olympic games, he equaled Jesse Owens' legendary performance by winning 4 golds in a single Olympics in 1984. He is also the only man who has won the long jump Olympic title four consecutive times. Carl Lewis (USA) - Athletics - Los Angeles 1984, Seoul 1998, Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996
  • Men's Luge - Runs 3 and 4 - Felix Loch Wins Gold | Video

    Men's Luge - Runs 3 and 4 - Felix Loch Wins Gold

    In December 2017, Albert DEMCHENKO of Russian Federation, competing in the Men's Singles and Mixed Team Relay Luge Events, in which he ranked 2nd, and for which he was awarded two silver medals, has been disqualified from the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, in 2014 by the IOC Disciplinary Commission chaired by Mr Oswald. Please note that such decision is subject to appeal to the Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS). Highlights of the final day in the Men's Luge at the Sanki Sliding Centre as Germany's Felix Loch wins the gold medal at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Medal Winners: Gold: Felix Loch (GER)Bronze: Armin Zoeggeler (ITA)
  • Men's Tennis - Highlights | Day 1 | Video

    Men's Tennis - Highlights | Day 1

    Highlights from Day 1's Men's single matches at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games. Matches: - Andrey Rublev (RUS) vs Nicolas Alvarez (PER) - Petro Chrysochos (CYP) vs Orlando Moraes Luiz (BRA)"
  • Men's And Women's Rowing Finals - Highlights | Day 4 | Video

    Men's And Women's Rowing Finals - Highlights | Day 4

    Highlights from Day 4's Rowing at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games. Medals:Women's Single Sculls; Gold - Krystsina Staraselets (BLR) Silver - Athina Maria Angelopoulou (GRE) Bronze - Camille Juillet (FRA) Men's Single Sculls; Gold - Tim Ole Naske (GER) Silver - Boris Yotov (AZE) Bronze - Dan De Groot (CAN) Women's Pair; Gold - Cristina Goergiana Popescu/Densa Tilvescu (ROU) Silver - Luo Yadan/Pan Jie (CHN) Bronze - Larissa Werbicki/Caileigh Filmer (CAN) Men's Pair; Gold - Gheorghe Robert Dedu/Ciprian Tudosa (ROU) Silver - Miroslav Jech/Lukas Helesic (CZE) Bronze - Gokhan Guven/Eren Can Aslan (TUR)
  • Men's And Women's Rowing - Highlights | Day 2 | Video

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

    Highlights from Day 2's Rowing at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games.Events:- Women's Single Sculls - Semi Final/Repechage - Men's Single Sculls - Semi Final/Repechage - Women's Pair - Semi Final/Repechage - Men's Pair - Semi Final/Repechage
  • Deng Yaping Became Chinese Athlete of the Century | Video

    Deng Yaping Became Chinese Athlete of the Century

    Deng Yaping overcame her small stature (1.5 m) to dominate table tennis, now she's considered one of the greatest players in the history of the sport. In 1992, Deng and her partner Qiao Hong claimed the doubles gold medal, later she triumphed over Qiao in the singles gold medal match, claiming her second Olympic title. At the Atlanta 1996 Games Deng repeats the feat, defending both of her Olympic titles. After retiring she was voted Chinese athlete of the century. Deng Yaping (CHN) - Table Tennis Women's Singles - Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996
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