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  • David Burghley Wins 400m Hurdles Gold by a Fingernail | Video

    David Burghley Wins 400m Hurdles Gold by a Fingernail

    At the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics, David Burghley of Great Britain captures the 400m hurdles Olympic title by two tenths of a second. Burghley finishes first in 53.4 seconds, setting a new Olympic record. American Frank Cuhel crosses the finish line in 53.6, settling for the silver medal. Morgan Taylor of USA earns the bronze medal. Athletics 400m Hurdles Men's Final - Amsterdam 1928 Summer Olympics - David Burghley (GBR), Frank Cuhel (USA), Morgan Taylor (USA)
  • David Wise inspired by Paralympians | Video

    David Wise inspired by Paralympians

    David Wise won his second gold in PyeongChang. But he had a tough time after Sochi, and gained new insight into the world of Paralympians.
  • David Douillet Achieves Olympic Glory | Video

    David Douillet Achieves Olympic Glory

    Frenchman David Douillet, one of the most decorated judokas of all time, wins his first Olympic bronze medal in 1992. Four years later in Atlanta, he achieves Olympic glory. David defeats Spaniard Ernesto Perez in the gold medal match to claim the heavyweight Olympic title, capturing his first ever gold medal. Judo + 100kg (Heavyweight) Men's Final - Atlanta 1996 Summer Olympics - David Douillet (FRA), Ernesto Perez (ESP), Frank Moller (GER), Harry van Barneveld (BEL)
  • David Jenkins keeps it in the family | Video

    David Jenkins keeps it in the family

    Four years younger than his brother and fellow figure skater Hayes Alan Jenkins – the Olympic champion at Cortina d’Ampezzo 1956 and a four-time world champion between 1953 and 1956 – David Wilkinson Jenkins picked up the baton after his sibling’s retirement.
  • 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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