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    Mexico 1968

    Entitled “Mexico 68”, the official report published in 1969 set a new record at more than 2,300 pages. It consisted of four main volumes (The land; The Organization; The Games; The Cultural Olympiad) plus a set of various memorabilia: medals, tickets and postcards. This “fifth volume” is not widely known. The official report was published in four languages, in the form of two bilingual editions, French and English, and Spanish and German.
  • Mexico 1968 | Summer Games

    Mexico 1968

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  • Mexico 1968 Artistic Gymnastics men rings | Video

    Mexico 1968 Artistic Gymnastics men rings

    Sawao Kato began his Olympic career in 1968 in Mexico City, where he won three gold medals (floor exercises, individual and team combined exercises) and a bronze medal on the rings. He is unquestionably one of the greatest medallists in Olympic history. With 12 medals, eight of them gold, at three different Olympic Games, the Japanese athlete made his mark on sporting history.
  • Mexico 1968 Athletics High jump men | Video

    Mexico 1968 Athletics High jump men

    Dich Fosbury's technique truly changed the sport at the 1968 Mexico City Games. Despite scepticism from judges and coaches, Fosbury cleared every height up to 2.22 metres without a miss and then achieved a personal record of 2.24 metres to win the gold medal.
  • Mexico vs Namibia - Women's Football - Highlights | Day 1 | Video

    Mexico vs Namibia - Women's Football - Highlights | Day 1

    Highlights from Day 1's Women's Football Group A match between Mexico and Namibia. 

Mexico ran out very convincing 9-0 winners to make up for the early set back at the hands of China.
  • Mexico and Senegal battle to make football semis | Video

    Mexico and Senegal battle to make football semis

    London 2012 - Mexico and Senegal go to extra time in the quarterfinals of the men's football competition. Watch highlights of the match now.
  • Mexico's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony | Video

    Mexico's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony

    Diver Paola Espinosa leads Mexico's Olympic athletes in the Parade of Nations during the Beijing 2008 Opening Ceremonies. Marching with pride the Mexico athletes carry the Olympic hope of their nation. Mexico - Parade of Nations - Opening Ceremony - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics
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