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  • Drysdale takes sculls rowing gold for Kiwis - full replay | Video

    Drysdale takes sculls rowing gold for Kiwis - full replay

    London 2012 - after missing out on gold at Beijing due to illness, New Zealand's five-time single sculls world champion Mahe Drysdale finally achieved his dream at Eton Dorney. Drysdale held off rival Ondrej Synek of the Czech Republic to win in 6:57.82. Watch the final in full now.
  • Men's Rowing Single Sculls final - highlights | Video

    Men's Rowing Single Sculls final - highlights

    London 2012 - New Zealand's five-time world champion Mahe Drysdale finally achieved his dream of winning single sculls gold. Drysdale held off rival Ondrej Synek of the Czech Republic to win in 6:57.82. Watch highlights of the action from Eton Dorney.
  • New Zealand's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony | Video

    New Zealand's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony

    Rower Mahe Drysdale leads New Zealand's Olympic athletes in the Parade of Nations during the Beijing 2008 Opening Ceremonies. Marching with pride the New Zealand athletes carry the Olympic hope of their nation. New Zealand - Parade of Nations - Opening Ceremony - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics
  • Tufte Olaf Defends His Title in Single Sculls | Video

    Tufte Olaf Defends His Title in Single Sculls

    Tufte Olaf of Norway, defends his Olympic title by winning his second straight gold medal in the single sculls. Olaf, finishes in 6:59.83, followed closely by Ondrej Synek, who receives the silver medal in a time of 6:59.83. Defending World champion, Mahe Drysdale takes the bronze medal home. Rowing Men's Single Sculls Final - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - Tufte Olaf (NOR), Ondrej Synek (CZH), Mahe Drysdale (NZL)
  • Team GB riders take Team Jumping gold | Video

    Team GB riders take Team Jumping gold

    London 2012 - Team GB riders Nick Skelton, Ben Maher, Scott Brash and Peter Charles take gold in the Equestrian Team Jumping after a nail-biting jump-off with the Netherlands at Greenwich Park. Watch all the thrilling action from the finals.
  • Equestrian review - hosts win at a canter | Video

    Equestrian review - hosts win at a canter

    London 2012 - Great Britain ended their Olympic Dressage medal drought thanks to gold medallists Charlotte Dujardin, Carl Hester and Laura Bechtolsheimer. But the schedule's most exhilarating showcase came in the Team Jumping as Brits Nick Skelton, Ben Maher, Scott Brash and Peter Charles landed the country's first Jumping gold for 60 years after a jump-off. The tournament was a good one for the Host Nation, who ended the dominance of Germany and the Netherlands.
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