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  • Riner takes +100kg judo gold for France - highlights | Video

    Riner takes +100kg judo gold for France - highlights

    London 2012 - Teddy Riner of France beat Russia's Alexander Mikhaylin to land gold in the +100kg category. The five-times world champion, who took bronze at Beijing, won by waza-ari after both picked up penalties. Watch the highlights of their match.
  • France take on Germany for -70kg judo gold | Video

    France take on Germany for -70kg judo gold

    London 2012 - Lucie Decosse of France takes on Germany's Kerstin Thiele for gold in the women's judo -70kg final. Watch highlights from their contest.
  • Bresset rides to Mountain Bike gold for France | Video

    Bresset rides to Mountain Bike gold for France

    London 2012 - A dominant performance saw Julie Bresset of France win the women's Cross-country Mountain Bike event at Hadleigh Farm. The Beijing 2008 champion Sabine Spitz of Germany was second, 1:02 behind, with Georgia Gould of the USA third, six seconds further adrift.
  • France takes shock 50m freestyle swimming gold - highlights | Video

    France takes shock 50m freestyle swimming gold - highlights

    London 2012 - France's Florent Manaudou took a shock gold in the 50m freestyle at the Aquatics Centre. Swimming in his first major individual final he snatched gold from America's Cullen Jones, with world record holder Cesar Cielo of Brazil taking bronze. Watch highlights of the thrilling final now.
  • France take Handball gold in final thriller | Video

    France take Handball gold in final thriller

    London 2012 - In the men's competition – considered to be the best the Olympic Games has seen – France wrote themselves into the record books after a 22-21 win over Sweden in the final, becoming the first ever country to win back-to-back gold medals.
  • 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.
  • France defend Handball title - highlights | Video

    France defend Handball title - highlights

    London 2012 - France wrote themselves into the history books after becoming the first country to retain the Olympic Games gold in men's Handball. In a nerve-wracking final against Sweden, they won by the most slender of margins. Watch highlights now.
  • Women's Beach Volleyball France vs Austria - Highlights | Day 3 | Video

    Women's Beach Volleyball France vs Austria - Highlights | Day 3

    Highlights from Day 3 at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games with action from the Women's Beach Volleyball event. This event saw the French duo come up against the competitors from Austria, resulting in a France winning 2 sets to 0.
  • Men's Beach Volleyball Iran vs France - Highlights | Day 3 | Video

    Men's Beach Volleyball Iran vs France - Highlights | Day 3

    Highlights from Day 3 at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games with action from the Men's Beach Volleyball event. This event saw the French duo come up against the competitors from Iran, resulting in a France winning 2 sets to 0.
  • France's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony | Video

    France's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony

    Slalom canoer Tony Estanguet leads France's Olympic athletes in the Parade of Nations during the Beijing 2008 Opening Ceremonies. Marching with pride the France athletes carry the Olympic hope of their nation. France - Parade of Nations - Opening Ceremony - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics
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