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  • Toni Nieminen - Youngest Winter Olympic Champion | Video

    Toni Nieminen - Youngest Winter Olympic Champion

    At 16 years of age, Toni Nieminen of Finland secures the large hill individual gold medal, becoming the youngest winter Olympic champion. Nieminen executes a 120m and a 123m jumps to win the event, Martin Hollwarth claims the silver medal and Heinz Kuttin the bronze. Ski Jumping K120 Individual (90m) Men's Final - Albertville 1992 Winter Olympics - Toni Nieminen (FIN), Martin Hollwarth (AUT), Heinz Kuttin (AUT)
  • Kirani James wins 400m hurdles gold for Grenada | Video

    Kirani James wins 400m hurdles gold for Grenada

    London 2012 - nineteen-year-old Kirani James stormed to 400m gold tonight, recording a winning time of 43.94 and bringing Grenada its first-ever Olympic Games medal.
  • High Jump glory for Russian Ukhov | Video

    High Jump glory for Russian Ukhov

    London 2012 - Russia's Ivan Ukhov tonight claimed his first major outdoor title by taking gold in the men's High Jump - the only man to clear 2.36m and 2.38m. Watch highlights now.
  • Boudia dives to 10m Platform gold | Video

    Boudia dives to 10m Platform gold

    David Boudia produced an impressive display to claim gold for the USA in tonight's 10m Platform Diving final. The 23-year-old was the first American man to win gold in the event since Greg Louganis at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul.
  • Luge: Gold for Germany | Video

    Luge: Gold for Germany

    Christian Paffe (GER), 17, finished with a total time of 1:19.603 minutes, recording the fastest times on both runs at the Olympic Sliding Centre, with Riks Kristens Rozitis (LAT) taking Silver and Toni Graefe (GER) Bronze.
  • Bolt leads Jamaican 200m clean-sweep - highlights | Video

    Bolt leads Jamaican 200m clean-sweep - highlights

    London 2012 - Usain Bolt tonight secured the legendary status he craved by becoming the first man ever to win the Olympic Games sprint double twice in succession. The 25-year-old superstar led a Jamaican clean-sweep, ahead of 100m silver medallist Yohan Blake and Warren Weir, both of whom are just 22.
  • Bolt leads Jamaican 200m clean-sweep - highlights | Video

    Bolt leads Jamaican 200m clean-sweep - highlights

    London 2012 - Usain Bolt tonight secured the legendary status he craved by becoming the first man ever to win the Olympic Games sprint double twice in succession. The 25-year-old superstar led a Jamaican clean-sweep, ahead of 100m silver medallist Yohan Blake and Warren Weir, both of whom are just 22.
  • Dutch Pair Row to Achieve Their Golden Dream | Video

    Dutch Pair Row to Achieve Their Golden Dream

    The Dutch duo, Kirsten van der Kolk and Marit van Eupen, dominate in the lightweight double sculls final, finishing in a gold medal-winning time of 6:54.74. Canada leads the first half of the race, but Netherlands manages to take the lead after the 1500m mark. The Finnish pair, Sanna Sten and Minna Nieminen, receive the silver medal and Melanie Kok and Tracy Cameron of Canada, settle for bronze. Rowing Women's Lightweight Double Sculls Final - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - NED, FIN, CAN
  • Cuba Wins Men's Heavyweight Boxing Gold - Highlights | Day 11 | Video

    Cuba Wins Men's Heavyweight Boxing Gold - Highlights | Day 11

    Highlights from Day 11 at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games with the Men's Boxing Heavyweight (91KG) Weight Division Medals:Gold - Yordan Alain Hernandez Morejon (CUB)Silver - Toni Filipi (CRO)Bronze - Michael Gallagher (IRL) 
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