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  • Swiss Schoch Brothers Capture Gold and Silver | Video

    Swiss Schoch Brothers Capture Gold and Silver

    Swiss Philipp Schoch successfully retains his parallel giant slalom Olympic title, becoming the first snowboarder to win 2 gold medals in the winter Games. Philipp faces his brother, Simon Schoch in the two-run final, gaining a lead of .88 seconds in the first leg to capture gold. Simon Schoch takes the silver medal home and Siegfried Grabner the bronze. Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom Men's Final - Turin 2006 Winter Olympics - Philipp Schoch (SUI), Simon Schoch (SUI), Siegfried Grabner (AUT)
  • Australian promise becomes Australian hero - Simon Fairweather | Video

    Australian promise becomes Australian hero - Simon Fairweather

    After a close semi-final contest, decided on the last arrow and by a simple two-point difference, Simon Fairweather had made it to the final. The 30 year-old Australian archer, who had been declared an Australian sports promise 9 years earlier, now had the chance to win the Olympic gold medal in his home country.   And he didn’t disappoint the fans. Keeping his cool and using the support from fellow Australians to his advantage, Fairweather delivered a strong performance and became the first Australian to win an Olympic gold medal in archery.
  • Vancouver’s Hero: Simon Ammann | Video

    Vancouver’s Hero: Simon Ammann

    "Two Gold medals, eight years after his first double in Salt Lake City: Salt Lake City’s triumph in Vancouver confirmed him as one of the greatest Ski Jumpers in the Olympic History! The Swiss paid a visit to the Olympic Magazine to relive his unbelievable Golden Moments. Copyright IOC/EBU "
  • Turin 2006 Snowboard men Giant parallel slalom | Video

    Turin 2006 Snowboard men Giant parallel slalom

    The decision in the Snowboard Men's Giant Parallel Slalom at the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Turin was a family matter: Philipp Schoch faced his brother Simon Schoch on the slope of the course in Bardonecchia. The start proved decisive in determining who would win gold.
  • Salt Lake 2002 Ski Jumping men K90/120 individual | Video

    Salt Lake 2002 Ski Jumping men K90/120 individual

    Despite never having won a World Cup event, Simon Amman claimed gold at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Games. Competing in the K90, he produced two superb jumps to win a close contest by just one-and-a-half points. Four days later, Ammann proved to the world that his victory was no fluke. Now competing in the K120, he achieved the best jump in each round to win his second gold by more than 11 points.
  • Swiss Pair Wins Gold in Doubles | Video

    Swiss Pair Wins Gold in Doubles

    Three time Olympian Roger Federer finally achieves an Olympic victory by teaming with Stanislas Wawrinka to win the gold medal match in the men's doubles. The Swiss pair wins 6-3 6-4 6-7 (4-7) 6-3 against the Swedish duo, Simon Aspelin and Thomas Johansson, doubles specialists. The Bryan brothers of USA earned the bronze medal in a previous match. Tennis Men's Doubles Final - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - SUI, SWE, USA
  • Gymnast Queen | Video

    Gymnast Queen

    American gymnast Simone Biles wows the crowds and the judges, winning four gold medals on her Olympic debut.
  • Chinese Duo Cruise Past Swiss | Video

    Chinese Duo Cruise Past Swiss

    Tian Jia and Wang Jie represent the People's Republic of China in beach volleyball against Switzerland's Simone Kuhn and Lea Schwer. The medal hopefuls from China come into the match with much success and easily take the first set. The Swiss step up their game in the second set, but it is not enough as the Chinese win 21-18, taking the match in straight sets. Beach Volleyball Women Preliminary Pool A - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - Tian Jia - Wang (CHN) vs Kuhn - Schwer (SUI)
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