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  • Mark Spitz - 100m butterfly - Swimming | Video

    Mark Spitz - 100m butterfly - Swimming

    Relive the thrilling battle for gold in the first ever men’s Olympic 100m butterfly final, at Mexico City 1968, where American swimming legend Mark Spitz was beaten to the touch by compatriot Doug Russell.
  • Under the Shadow of Spitz | Munich 1972 | Video

    Under the Shadow of Spitz | Munich 1972

    Mark Spitz’s record-breaking run to his seventh gold medal had only one obstacle left: Australia’s Olympic champion Mike Wenden.
  • Seven golds and seven world records for Spitz | Video

    Seven golds and seven world records for Spitz

    Mark Spitz earns superstar status by winning seven gold medals and setting seven world records in the pool at the Munich Olympics in 1972.
  • Michael Phelps Wins 7th Gold Title by a Finger Tip | Video

    Michael Phelps Wins 7th Gold Title by a Finger Tip

    Michael Phelps swims into history winning his 7th gold medal at a single Olympics, tying Mark Spitz's record. After a close race with Milorad Cavic dominating the first half of the 100m butterfly event, Phelps powers to victory and touches the wall first in Olympic record time of 50:58, only a hundredth of a second ahead of Cavic. Swimming Men's 100m Butterfly Final - Olympic Record (50.58) - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - Michael Phelps (USA), Milorad Cavic (SRB), Andrew Lauterstein (AUS)
  • Hop on the Olympic Time Machine! | Video

    Hop on the Olympic Time Machine!

    The athletes are at the heart of the Games, and at the end of the day it is their outstanding performances that are remembered. Mexico City 1968 with Bob Beamon’s historic jump; Grenoble 1968 with Jean-Claude Killy’s triple medal win; Munich 1972 when Mark Spitz became a legend; Montreal 1976 with Nadia Comaneci’s perfect tens. Enjoy watching all the highlights of previous Games in this video.
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