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  • Badminton - Rio 2016 Olympic Games | Video

    Badminton - Rio 2016 Olympic Games

    Highlights of the Badminton - Singles Women/Doubles Men on Day 14 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Riocentro - Pavillon 4 on August 19, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Tennis - Rio 2016 Olympic Games | Video

    Tennis - Rio 2016 Olympic Games

    Highlights of the Tennis - Single / Double - Men / Women on Day 7 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Olympic Tennis Centre on August 12, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Canoe Slalom - C-1 Men - Rio 2016 Olympic Games | Video

    Canoe Slalom - C-1 Men - Rio 2016 Olympic Games

    Highlights of the Canoe Slalom - C-1 (Canoe Single) Men on Day 4 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Whitewater Stadium on August 9, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Tennis Rio 2016 Olympic Games | Video

    Tennis Rio 2016 Olympic Games

    Highlights of the Tennis - Single / Double - Men / Women on Day 8 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Olympic Tennis Centre on August 13, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Amy Van Dyken’s fourth gold medal in Atlanta 1996 - Women’s 50m freestyle | Video

    Amy Van Dyken’s fourth gold medal in Atlanta 1996 - Women’s 50m freestyle

    Amy Van Dyken had her Olympic debut in swimming at the Atlanta 1996 Summer Games.   Before the 50 metres freestyle final began, she had already won three Olympic gold medals in the medley and freestyle 4x100m relays, and in the 100m butterfly race. Now, Amy Van Dyken had the world champion and a world record holder Le Jingyi from China beside her lane for the 50 metres final.   Amy Van Dyken says that, at this moment, she told herself “Just go for it. Just have fun.” As she realised she had won the race - still in the water - Amy celebrated enthusiastically, showing she was definitely having fun.   Her fourth Olympic gold medal Amy made her the first American woman to win four gold medals in a single edition of the Olympic Games.
  • Mario Kindelán vs Amir Khan - Lightweight Boxing | Video

    Mario Kindelán vs Amir Khan - Lightweight Boxing

    Mario Kindelan arrived at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games to defend his position as current Olympic champion from Sydney 2000 and take another medal.   At age 33, Kindelán had reached the final and was now to face Britain's 17 year-old promise Amir Khan.   The fight began with Khan showing his talent, getting to a single point lead at the end of the first round. During the second round though, the Cuban athlete came back to dominate the combat with a five point margin at 14-9. Keeping control of the scoreboard until the end of the fight, Mario Kindelán took the Olympic gold medal for the second time with a 30-22 score.   Immediately after being declared victor, the two time Olympic champion approached his opponent's corner and congratulated Amir Khan, who was now the youngest British Olympic boxing medalist ever.
  • Aussies sprint to shock K4 gold | Video

    Aussies sprint to shock K4 gold

    London 2012 - former lifeguards Tate and David Smith, Murray Stewart and Jacob Clear pulled off a surprise Australian victory in the men's Kayak Four, beating the favourites Hungary and Germany at Eton Dorney before ecstatic fans.
  • Tony Estanguet: Flying high with the flag | Video

    Tony Estanguet: Flying high with the flag

    Three-time Olympic canoe single slalom (C1) champion Tony Estanguet recalls the special emotion he felt marching at the head of the French delegation at the Opening Ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Games.
  • A summer gold rush | Video

    A summer gold rush

    At Rome 1960, sprinter Wilma Rudolph became the first female to win three gold medals in a single edition of the Olympic Games. Here, we pay homage to her and some of the other multiple gold medal winners at the Olympic Games who have booked their places in the Olympic pantheon.
  • Birgit Fischer Becomes an Olympic Kayaking Legend | Video

    Birgit Fischer Becomes an Olympic Kayaking Legend

    Birgit Fischer is a kayaking legend and one of the greatest Olympic athletes of all time. During his Olympic career she has claimed 12 Olympic medals (8 golds and 4 silvers), and she has competed in 6 different Olympic Games. Fischer is the most decorated kayaking athlete and the only woman to have won Olympic medals 20 years apart. Birgit Fischer (GDR, GER) - Canoe Kayak Flatwater - Moscow 1980, Seoul 1988, Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000
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