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  • Usain Bolt Wins 3 Sprinting Events in WR Time | Video

    Usain Bolt Wins 3 Sprinting Events in WR Time

    At the Beijing 2008 Games, Jamaican Usain Bolt captivated the audience with his smile and his amazing sprinting. He went on to win the 100m, the 200m and the 4x100 relay Olympic titles, setting new world records in all three events (9.72 seconds in the 100m, 19.30 seconds in the 200m and along with the Jamaican team 37.10 seconds in the 4x100m relay). Bolt became the first athlete to set three world records at a single edition of the Olympic Games. Usain Bolt (JAM) - Athletics - Bejing 2008
  • Salt Lake 2002 Biathlon men 10km | Video

    Salt Lake 2002 Biathlon men 10km

    At the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Games, Ole Einar Bjoerndalen was determined to be in his best shape for the biathlon. Seeking out meaningful practice, he entered the 30km cross-country skiing race and came close to a medal, finishing sixth. Bjoerndalen won gold medals in every biathlon race at Salt Lake City, four in all. Prior to 2002, no biathlete had ever earned more than two gold medals at a single Olympic Winter Games.
  • The Magnificent Seven - USA Women’s Gymnastics | Video

    The Magnificent Seven - USA Women’s Gymnastics

    Shannon Miller, Dominique Moceanu, Dominique Dawes, Kerri Strug, Amy Chow, Amanda Borden and Jaycie Phelps; or as they became known, the Magnificent Seven.   As the home team, the United States were a definite contender for the Olympic gold medal; however the competition from Romania and Russia was expected to be fierce.   Through Kerri Strug’s vault single-footed landing - as she had injured her ankle during her first vault attempt - team USA achieved Olympic glory. It was the perfect dramatic finish for a team that also took its place in fan’s hearts and memories.   At the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games, the Magnificent Seven became the first ever women’s gymnastics team to win the Olympic gold medal for the USA.
  • Matti Nykanen Becomes an Olympic Legend | Video

    Matti Nykanen Becomes an Olympic Legend

    Matti Nykanen of Finland went down into Olympic history at the Calgary 1988 Games. Nykanen went on to win 3 Olympic gold medals, becoming the first ski jumper to win several gold medals at a single Olympics. In the normal hill event he claimed the Olympic title by 17 points, he won the large hill by 16.5 points and along with teammates claimed the gold medal in the team event inaugural event. Matti Nykanen (FIN) - Ski Jumping - Calgary 1988
  • Women's Badminton - Highlights | Day 3 | Video

    Women's Badminton - Highlights | Day 3

    Highlights from Day 3's Women's Singles Badminton at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games.Matches:- Qin Jin Jing (CHN) vs Maja Pavlinic (CRO)- Jannine Lais (AUT) vs Katarina Beton (SLO)
  • Jessica Fox makes her mark as Fer takes Slalom gold | Video

    Jessica Fox makes her mark as Fer takes Slalom gold

    London 2012 - France's Emilie Fer took gold in the women's Individual Kayak Slalom (K1). But Australian teenager Jessica Fox, whose British-born father is five-time world champion Richard Fox, captured headlines after she won a surprise silver medal, having capsized in her first qualifying run.
  • Canoe Sprint - Rio 2016 Olympic Games | Video

    Canoe Sprint - Rio 2016 Olympic Games

    Highlights of the Canoe Sprint - Kayak Men / Women on Day 15 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Lagoa Stadium on August 20, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Michael Phelps Wins 7th Gold Title by a Finger Tip | Video

    Michael Phelps Wins 7th Gold Title by a Finger Tip

    Michael Phelps swims into history winning his 7th gold medal at a single Olympics, tying Mark Spitz's record. After a close race with Milorad Cavic dominating the first half of the 100m butterfly event, Phelps powers to victory and touches the wall first in Olympic record time of 50:58, only a hundredth of a second ahead of Cavic. Swimming Men's 100m Butterfly Final - Olympic Record (50.58) - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - Michael Phelps (USA), Milorad Cavic (SRB), Andrew Lauterstein (AUS)
  • Andre Agassi's Gold Medal Match | Video

    Andre Agassi's Gold Medal Match

    In the Summer Games of 1996 in Atlanta, tennis legend Andre Agassi becomes an Olympic champion and cements his career adding an Olympic gold medal to his spectacular collection of trophies. In the singles final, Agassi plays against Sergi Bruguera of Spain, winning in straight sets 6-2, 6-3, 6-1. Andre Agassi, becomes the first American tennis player to win Olympic gold in singles since 1924. Tennis Men's Singles Final - Atlanta 1996 Summer Olympics - Andre Agassi (USA), Sergi Bruguera (ESP)
  • Lin Dan Becomes an Olympic Champion | Video

    Lin Dan Becomes an Olympic Champion

    Lin Dan of China makes Olympic history, becoming the first reigning world champion to be crowned Olympic champion in the men's singles. Lin Dan claims the gold medal after defeating Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia 21-12, 21-9. Lee Chong Wei settles for silver, earning his first Olympic medal. The bronze medal is received by Chinese Chen in an earlier match. Badminton Singles Men's Final - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - Lin Dan (CHN), Lee Chong Wei (MAS), Chen Jin (CHN)
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