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  • Team GB women take Team Pursuit cycling gold - full replay | Video

    Team GB women take Team Pursuit cycling gold - full replay

    London 2012 - Danielle King, Laura Trott and Joanna Rowsell of Great Britain crushed their American rivals to take gold in the women's Track Cycling Team Pursuit final. The trio smashed their own world record with a time of three minutes 14.051 seconds.
  • Revolution at the Opening Ceremony | Video

    Revolution at the Opening Ceremony

    London 2012 - the second section of Danny Boyle's Isles of Wonder Opening Ceremony extravaganza recreates Britain's Industrial Revolution in spectacular fashion.
  • Canoe slalom review - France tops medals table | Video

    Canoe slalom review - France tops medals table

    London 2012 - Canoeing at London 2012 saw veterans shine again and new, emerging talent firmly establish itself on the international scene. In the men's K1, Italian world champion Daniele Molmenti cemented his place in the sport while Frenchman Tony Estanguet won gold in the men's C1 as expected. In the women's K1 France's Emilie Fer saw off a challenge from Slovakian world number one Jana Dukatova, while Australia's Jessica Fox came second to win silver. Meanwhile, Etienne Stott and Tim Baillie landed a GB one-two, as they claimed gold ahead of countrymen David Florence and Richard Hounslow to start a new era for Britain in the men's C2.
  • Canoe review - in pictures | Video

    Canoe review - in pictures

    London 2012 - Canoeing at London 2012 saw veterans shine again and new, emerging talent firmly establish itself on the international scene. In the men's K1, Italian world champion Daniele Molmenti cemented his place in the sport while Frenchman Tony Estanguet won gold in the men's C1 as expected. In the women's K1 France's Emilie Fer saw off a challenge from Slovakian world number one Jana Dukatova, while Australia's Jessica Fox came second to win silver. Meanwhile, Etienne Stott and Tim Baillie landed a GB one-two, as they claimed gold ahead of countrymen David Florence and Richard Hounslow to start a new era for Britain in the men's C2.
  • Badminton review - two greats serve up a classic final | Video

    Badminton review - two greats serve up a classic final

    London 2012 - Badminton fans got the finish to the tournament they craved as the sport's greatest two players, Lin Dan of China and Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia, played out a final of almost unbelievable quality.
  • Olympic finale - Running up that Hill | Video

    Olympic finale - Running up that Hill

    London 2012 - a remix of the Kate Bush classic 'Running Up That Hill' featured in the Olympic grand finale as dancers built a pyramid of white boxes while highlights of the Games were replayed. The finale, 'A Symphony of British Music', was devised by composer David Arnold and choreographer Kim Gavin.
  • Iglesias springs Light Welter shock - highlights | Video

    Iglesias springs Light Welter shock - highlights

    London 2012 - Cuba's Roniel Iglesias Sotolongo upset the form book to beat Ukraine's Denys Berinchyk, in the men's Light Welterweight final. Berinchyk did not seem too disappointed by defeat and celebrated silver with a mid-ring dance for his fans.
  • Lin retains Badminton gold for China | Video

    Lin retains Badminton gold for China

    London 2012 - Lin Dan successfully defended his Olympic Games crown with another thrilling victory over rival Lee Chong Wei in the men's Singles final.
  • A memorable gold for Gwendal Peizerat and Marina Anissina | Video

    A memorable gold for Gwendal Peizerat and Marina Anissina

    The French pair Gwendal Peizerat and Marina Anissina led the field after the compulsory and free dance sections and then it was down to the free dance, where skaters give full vent to their creative powers like Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean had done so mesmerisingly in Sarajevo 18 years earlier with the Bolero...
  • The host city with two Olympic Games cauldrons | Video

    The host city with two Olympic Games cauldrons

    The 1976 Games had been awarded to Denver, but after the American city withdrew in November 1972, Innsbruck offered to step in and its offer was accepted by the IOC Executive Board. The city had previously hosted the Winter Games 12 years earlier. Ice dancing debuted at the Games as a full medal discipline and was dominated by the Russians. In figure skating, American Terry Kubicka performed a back flip - the first time in the history of figure skating this dangerous move had been successfully performed. This was the second time the Games had taken place in this city, the first being in 1964. For this reason, two Olympic cauldrons were lit.
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