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  • Ski Jumping - Ladies' Normal Hill - Carina Vogt Wins Gold | Video

    Ski Jumping - Ladies' Normal Hill - Carina Vogt Wins Gold

    Highlights of the Ski Jumping Ladies' Normal Hill event from the Russki Gorki Jumping Centre as Carina Vogt wins Gold at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Medals Gold - Carina Vogt (GER)Silver - Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT)Bronze - Coline Mattel (FRA)
  • 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.
  • Women's 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay - highlights | Video

    Women's 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay - highlights

    London 2012 - Team USA's women's relay team broke the Olympic 4x200m freestyle record thanks to a great start from Missy Franklin, a powerful finish from Alison Schmitt and flawless legs from Dana Vollmer and Shannon Vreeland. Watch their sensational performance.
  • Denmark Wins 2nd Consecutive Gold in Lightweight Four | Video

    Denmark Wins 2nd Consecutive Gold in Lightweight Four

    Denmark performs a storming race to win its second consecutive gold medal in the lightweight four final. The Danish quartet, Ebert, Joergensen, Andersen and Ebbesen, lead most of the race and finish first in 5:47.76. Poland takes the silver medal in 5:49.39 less than a second ahead of the Canadian crew, who settles for the bronze medal. Rowing Men's Lightweight Coxless Four Final - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - DEN, POL, CAN
  • Dutch win stirring gymnastics gold | Video

    Dutch win stirring gymnastics gold

    The Netherlands achieved one of its most stirring gold medals of the 1928 Olympic Games on the home soil of Amsterdam when the women’s team gymnasts gracefully prevailed. The rigid, structured nature of the modern competition was a far cry from the event in 1928, when women competed for the Olympic gold medal for the very first time. While today groups of gymnasts representing each country do a circuit of five disciplines to decide the medals, in 1928 the watchword was very much performances by the ‘team’. The five competing nations marched to the centre of the windswept grass pitch at the Olympic Stadium to do battle. Lined up in a series of graceful dance movements that more resembled a mass gym workout than an Olympic event, the teams performed a series of set manoeuvres before the ranks of judges. While the men performed on the apparatus we recognise from today, including the vault and parallel bars, the women were really tested for their skills of balance, teamwork and grace. The Dutch turned out to be handsome winners, finishing almost 30 points ahead of the Italians in second with Great Britain securing the bronze.  
  • Canadians Take First Women's Curling Gold Home | Video

    Canadians Take First Women's Curling Gold Home

    At the Nanago 1998 Winter Games, women's curling was included in the Olympic program for the first time. Sandra Schmirler along with teammates went down in history by claiming the first gold medal for Canada. The Canadians claimed the Olympic tilte by triumphing 7-5 over the Danish team, who settled for the silver medal. Curling Women's Final - Nanago 1998 Winter Olympics - CAN, DEN, SWE
  • Molmenti takes Kayak Slalom gold - highlights | Video

    Molmenti takes Kayak Slalom gold - highlights

    London 2012 - Italy's Daniele Molmenti celebrated his 28th birthday as he snatched gold in the Kayak Slalom. The current European champion, who could only manage 10th in Beijing, won in a time of 93.43, ahead of the Czech Republic's Vavrinec Hradilek in silver and Germany's Hannes Aigner, who claimed bronze. Watch highlights of the race.
  • Felix Sanchez Flows Over the Hurdles to Win Gold | Video

    Felix Sanchez Flows Over the Hurdles to Win Gold

    Flowing over the hurdles, Felix Sanchez achieves his golden goal, winning the first 400m hurdles gold medal for Dominican Republic. Sanchez crosses the line in just 47.63, less than a second ahead of Danny McFarlane of Jamaica. Naman Keita claims the bronze medal in 48.26 seconds. Athletics 400m Hurdles Men's Final - Barcelona 1992 Summer Olympics - Felix Sanchez (DOM), Danny McFarlane (JAM), Naman Keita (FRA)
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