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  • Zhang gold earns table tennis grand slam | Video

    Zhang gold earns table tennis grand slam

    London 2012 - Zhang Jike became only the fourth man to complete the Grand Slam of World Cup, World Championships and Olympic success when he took the men's Singles title, as opponent Wang Hao endured more Table Tennis Olympics heartache at the London 2012 Games. Watch highlights of the final.
  • Men's Luge - Runs 3 and 4 - Felix Loch Wins Gold | Video

    Men's Luge - Runs 3 and 4 - Felix Loch Wins Gold

    In December 2017, Albert DEMCHENKO of Russian Federation, competing in the Men's Singles and Mixed Team Relay Luge Events, in which he ranked 2nd, and for which he was awarded two silver medals, has been disqualified from the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, in 2014 by the IOC Disciplinary Commission chaired by Mr Oswald. Please note that such decision is subject to appeal to the Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS). Highlights of the final day in the Men's Luge at the Sanki Sliding Centre as Germany's Felix Loch wins the gold medal at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Medal Winners: Gold: Felix Loch (GER)Bronze: Armin Zoeggeler (ITA)
  • Michael Johnson's Astonishing Olympic Success | Video

    Michael Johnson's Astonishing Olympic Success

    Michael Johnson made his Olympic debut in 1992, winning the 4x400m relay along with his teammates. At the 1996 Games, he became the only man in history to win the 200m and the 400m gold medals at a single Olympics, setting world record times in both events (19.32 in the 200m and 43.49 in the 400m). In Sidney 2000, he defended his 400m Olympic title, becoming the 1st athlete to capture 2 consecutive 400m gold medals. Michael Johnson (USA) - Athletics - Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000
  • Wang Hao Secures a Place in the Gold Medal Match | Video

    Wang Hao Secures a Place in the Gold Medal Match

    Chinese Wang Hao takes a step closer to the Olympic podium, securing a place in the gold medal match by defeating Jorgen Persson 4 games to 1 in the singles semifinal. Wang Hao wins 11-9, 11-9, 9-11, 11-7, 11-9 and secures a place on the podium. Jorge Persson of Sweden will play for the bronze medal. Table Tennis Singles Men's Semifinal- Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - Wang Hao (CHN), Jorgen Persson (SWE)
  • Germany Sweeps Women's Luge Medals | Video

    Germany Sweeps Women's Luge Medals

    At the Turin 2006 Games, Germany sweeps all the women's luge medals. Sylke Otto captures the gold, successfully defending her single's Olympic title. Otto posts a four-run time of 3 minutes 7.979 seconds, becoming the 2nd woman to claim two consecutive luge gold medals. Silke Kraushaar takes the silver medal in 3:08.115, and Tatjana Huefner the bronze in 3:08.460. Luge Singles Women's Final - Turin 2006 Winter Olympics - Sylke Otto (GER), Silke Kraushaar (GER), Tatjana Huefner (GER)
  • 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.
  • C1 sprint gold for Ukraine's Cheban | Video

    C1 sprint gold for Ukraine's Cheban

    London 2012 - Ukraine's Yuri Cheban takes gold in the men's Canoe Single (C1) 200m sprint, with Lithuania's Jevgenij Shuklin in silver on the finish line and Russian Ivan Shtyl taking bronze.
  • 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.
  • Men's And Women's Rowing - Highlights | Day 2 | Video

    Men's And Women's Rowing - Highlights | Day 2

    Highlights from Day 2's Rowing at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games.Events:- Women's Single Sculls - Semi Final/Repechage - Men's Single Sculls - Semi Final/Repechage - Women's Pair - Semi Final/Repechage - Men's Pair - Semi Final/Repechage
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