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  • Innsbruck 2012 Nordic Combined Men | Video

    Innsbruck 2012 Nordic Combined Men

    Tomas Portyk from the Czech Republic won gold in the Nordic Combined Event at the Innsbruck 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games. Silver went to Ilkka Herola from Finland, Go Yamamoto from Japan took bronze.  
  • Russia motivated by early goal in 11-1 win over Austria in Men's Ice Hockey | Video

    Russia motivated by early goal in 11-1 win over Austria in Men's Ice Hockey

    Andrey Svetlakov insisted falling behind to Austria only served to motivate his side as Russia came back to win 11-1 in Men's Ice Hockey. The host nation hit the only goal of the first period but the Russians, who were coming off the back of a 4-3 defeat to Finland, regrouped and hit double figures.
  • Women's -57kg Taekwondo bronze finals | Video

    Women's -57kg Taekwondo bronze finals

    London 2012 - Marlene Harnois of France takes on Japan's Mayu Hamada in the women's -57kg Taekwondo bronze match, while Suvi Mikkonen of Finland and Li-Cheng Tseng of Chinese Taipei compete in the other third-place play-off.
  • Ice Hockey - Men's Gold Medal Final - Sweden v Canada | Video

    Ice Hockey - Men's Gold Medal Final - Sweden v Canada

    Highlights from the Bolshoy Ice Dome as Sweden take on Finland in the Gold Medal Final of the Men's Ice Hockey event at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games. Final Score: Sweden 0-3 Canada MedalsGold - CanadaSilver - Sweden
  • Toni Nieminen - Youngest Winter Olympic Champion | Video

    Toni Nieminen - Youngest Winter Olympic Champion

    At 16 years of age, Toni Nieminen of Finland secures the large hill individual gold medal, becoming the youngest winter Olympic champion. Nieminen executes a 120m and a 123m jumps to win the event, Martin Hollwarth claims the silver medal and Heinz Kuttin the bronze. Ski Jumping K120 Individual (90m) Men's Final - Albertville 1992 Winter Olympics - Toni Nieminen (FIN), Martin Hollwarth (AUT), Heinz Kuttin (AUT)
  • India Dominates Hockey | Video

    India Dominates Hockey

    India prevail in men's hockey at the Summer Olympics in Finland, Australia, Japan and the USSR. India win consecutive gold medals from 1928 to 1956 and then regain supremacy in 1964. After twenty six years off the top of the podium, India play Spain in the men's hockey final in Moscow and win 4-3. Hockey Men - Helsinki 1952 Summer Olympics, Melbourne 1956 Summer Olympics, Tokyo 1964 Summer Olympics, Moscow 1980 Summer Olympics
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