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  • Love Your Coast in Papua New Guinea | Video

    Love Your Coast in Papua New Guinea

    The Athletes’ Commission of the Papua New Guinea Sports Federation and Olympic Committee (PNGSFOC) teamed up with New Zealand-based charity Sustainable Coastlines to launch the “Go Green: Love Your Coast” environmental programme. A continental winner of the 2013 IOC Sport and Environment Award, this project aims to raise large-scale awareness about environmental challenges faced by communities as a result of the impact of non-biodegradable waste and to initiate engagement on how to look after fragile coastlines and waterways.
  • Mahesh Ramanujam | Video

    Mahesh Ramanujam

    President and CEO of the US Green Building Council
  • Men's 100m Breaststroke final - full replay | Video

    Men's 100m Breaststroke final - full replay

    London 2012 - Cameron van der Burgh of South Africa took gold and set a new world record in the 100m Men's Breaststroke final at the Aquatics Centre, with Christian Sprenger of Australia taking silver and Team USA's Brendan Hansen claiming a bronze medal. Watch the race in full.
  • Sydney 2000 Legacy | Video

    Sydney 2000 Legacy

    “Sydney 2000, the first Games of the 21st century and the sporting extravaganza that everyone expected it to be, also became known as the first “green” Summer Games. Like Barcelona, the Games accelerated Australia’s international profile in a way that wouldn’t have been possible otherwise. And in a more gradual evolution, Sydney’s Olympic Park has now become a major sporting, recreational and urban centre.”
  • Van der Burgh sets a new men's 100m breaststroke world record | Video

    Van der Burgh sets a new men's 100m breaststroke world record

    London 2012 - Cameron van der Burgh of South Africa led from start to finish in the men's 100m breaststroke final to cut 0.12 off Brenton Rickard's previous world record and win gold in 58.46s at the Aquatics Centre. Christian Sprenger of Australia was second (58.93) with the USA's Brendan Hansen third (59.49).
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