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  • Best dunks by LeBron James | Video

    Best dunks by LeBron James

    LeBron James slam dunks his way through the Summer Olympic Games London 2012.
  • James' monstrous block against Angola | Video

    James' monstrous block against Angola

    LeBron James shows why he is one of basketball's most celebrated players with an epic block against Angola at Beijing 2008.
  • LeBron: Real Men Cry | Video

    LeBron: Real Men Cry

    Two time Olympic champ LeBron James is not frightened to admit he can shed a tear from time to time. But why?
  • Kirani James wins 400m hurdles gold for Grenada | Video

    Kirani James wins 400m hurdles gold for Grenada

    London 2012 - nineteen-year-old Kirani James stormed to 400m gold tonight, recording a winning time of 43.94 and bringing Grenada its first-ever Olympic Games medal.
  • James Bond meets The Queen | Video

    James Bond meets The Queen

    London 2012 - a jaw-dropping moment in the Opening Ceremony when 007, James Bond, arrives at Buckingham Palace to escort Her Majesty the Queen to the Olympic stadium by means of a helicopter and a parachute.
  • James Hines - 100m men - Athletics | Video

    James Hines - 100m men - Athletics

    James Hines, known as Jim, was competing in the American national championships when he clocked a hand-timed 9.9secs in winning the final. He had actually set a time of 9.8secs in the heats, but that was not considered a record as the wind assistance was too strong.
  • James Blake One Win Away From an Olympic Title | Video

    James Blake One Win Away From an Olympic Title

    After a rain delay of more of 3 hours, a surprising victory is achieved by American James Blake, who triumphs over top seed Roger Federer in the singles quater final. Blake wins in two sets 6-4, 7-6 and beats Federer for the first time in nine meetings. Roger Federer makes more than 50 unforced errors during the game losing his chance to keep competing for an Olympic title. Tennis Men's Singles Quaterfinal - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - James Blake (USA), Roger Federer (SUI)
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