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  • Morocco's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony | Video

    Morocco's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony

    Coach Abdelkader Kada leads Morocco's Olympic athletes in the Parade of Nations during the Beijing 2008 Opening Ceremonies. Marching with pride the Morocco athletes carry the Olympic hope of their nation. Morocco - Parade of Nations - Opening Ceremony - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics
  • Morocco's only athlete in Innsbruck grabs Men's Super G Gold | Video

    Morocco's only athlete in Innsbruck grabs Men's Super G Gold

    Morocco had only one athlete participating at the Innsbruck 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games and he is now a Gold medallist after winning the Alpine Skiing Men's Super G. Adam Lamhamedi (MAR) grabbed the Gold with a time of 1:04.45 minutes, and afterwards insisted his win proves anything is possible.  
  • Light Welterweight Round Of 32 Matches | Video

    Light Welterweight Round Of 32 Matches

    An enthusiastic Maimaitituersun Qiong of China enters the ring with Gennady Kovalev of Russia. Youth is no match for experience as Kovalev wins 15-8. In the second fight, Driss Mossaid of Morocco beats Australian Todd Kidd 23-2 to move on to the next round. Boxing 64kg (Light Welterweight) Round of 32 - Beijing 2008 - Maimaitituersun Qiong (CHN) vs Gennady Kovalev (RUS), Driss Moussaid (MAR) vs Todd Kidd (AUS)
  • Welterweight Round Of 32 Bouts | Video

    Welterweight Round Of 32 Bouts

    Kakhaber Jvania of Georgia faces off against American Demetrius Andrade in the welterweight class. Andrade builds up a lead and wins on points in a spirited fight. In the second match, Dilshod Mahmudov of Uzbekistan takes on Mehdi Khalsi of Morocco. After a slow start, the Uzbek fighter builds up a substanstial lead and wins 11-3. Boxing 69kg (Welterweight) - Beijing 2008 - Kakhaber Jvania (GEO) vs Demetrius Andrade (USA), Dilshod Mahmudov (UZB) vs Mehdi Khalsi (MAR)
  • Wansiru of Kenya Smashes Olympic Record | Video

    Wansiru of Kenya Smashes Olympic Record

    Samuel Kamau Wansiru becomes the first Kenyan to win the marathon and sets an Olympic record with a time of 2:06:32. Africans continue their dominance in the marathon with Eritrea, Kenya, Morocco and Ethiopia represented at the the front of the pack. Wansiru pulls ahead in the final few kilometres to claim the ultimate long distance prize. Athletics Marathon Men - Olympic Record (2:06:32) - Beijing 2008 - Samuel Kamau Wanjiru (KEN), Jaouad Gharib (MAR), Tsegay Kebede (ETH)
  • Kenenisa Bekele Claims Gold in Olympic Record Time | Video

    Kenenisa Bekele Claims Gold in Olympic Record Time

    Kenenisa Bekele of Ethiopia becomes an Olympic champion for the first time at the Athens 2004 Games. In the 10000m, Bekele powers to the finish line, securing the gold medal in 27:05.11 and setting a new Olympic record. A few days later, in the 5000m, Bekele leads most of the race but gets surpassed by Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco, settling for silver in 13:14.59. Kenenisa Bekele (ETH) - Athletics - Athens 2004
  • Moment in Time: A big step for womankind | Video

    Moment in Time: A big step for womankind

    Morocco’s Nawal El Moutawakel’s performance in the women’s 400m hurdles at Los Angeles 1984 was a watershed moment in many ways.
  • Kenyan Jelimo Sets World Junior Record | Video

    Kenyan Jelimo Sets World Junior Record

    Pamela Jelimo of Kenya races to a world junior record in the women's 800m final. The eighteen year old African champion is no match for the rest of the field as she wins handily. Kenyan Janeth Jepkosgei takes the silver and Hasna Benhassi of Morocco finishes strongly to collect bronze. Athletics 800m Women Final - World Junior Record (1:53.82) - Beijing 2008 - Pamela Jelimo (KEN), Janeth Jepkosgei (KEN), Hasna Benhassi (MAR)
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