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  • Van der Burgh sets a new men's 100m breaststroke world record | Video

    Van der Burgh sets a new men's 100m breaststroke world record

    London 2012 - Cameron van der Burgh of South Africa led from start to finish in the men's 100m breaststroke final to cut 0.12 off Brenton Rickard's previous world record and win gold in 58.46s at the Aquatics Centre. Christian Sprenger of Australia was second (58.93) with the USA's Brendan Hansen third (59.49).
  • Men's 100m Breaststroke final - full replay | Video

    Men's 100m Breaststroke final - full replay

    London 2012 - Cameron van der Burgh of South Africa took gold and set a new world record in the 100m Men's Breaststroke final at the Aquatics Centre, with Christian Sprenger of Australia taking silver and Team USA's Brendan Hansen claiming a bronze medal. Watch the race in full.
  • Men's -63Kg And Women's -55Kg Taekwondo Final - Highlights | Day 3 | Video

    Men's -63Kg And Women's -55Kg Taekwondo Final - Highlights | Day 3

    Highlights from Day 3 as Edival Marques Quirino Pontes and Ivana Babic win Taekwondo gold medals at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games. Men's -63 Kg: Gold - Edival Marques Quirino Pontes (BRA)Silver - Jose Ruben Nava Rodriguez (MEX)Bronze - Nabil Ennadiri (NED) / Christian McNeish (GBR)Women's -55Kg: Gold- Ivana Babic (CRO)Silver - Fatma Saridogan (TUR)Bronze - Tatiana Kudashova (RUS) / Laura Roebben (BEL)
  • Sweden's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony | Video

    Sweden's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony

    High and long jumper Christian Olsson leads Sweden's Olympic athletes in the Parade of Nations during the Beijing 2008 Opening Ceremonies. Marching with pride the Sweden athletes carry the Olympic hope of their nation. Sweden - Parade of Nations - Opening Ceremony - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics
  • The marathon runner who did not stop - Kennedy McArthur | Video

    The marathon runner who did not stop - Kennedy McArthur

    The Stockholm 2012 Olympic Games took place in very favourable weather conditions for spectators, with uninterrupted sunshine. However, for marathon runners those conditions meant an extra obstacle in an already challenging event.   Half of the runners who initiated the race were forced to retire before the finish. Meanwhile, South Africans Christian Gitsham and Kennedy (Ken) McArthur led the other half still in the competition in its final stages.   The race was decided in a moment one would not see in the current Olympic Games marathon. Gitsham decided to stop at a one of the refreshment made available for athletes only two miles away from the finish, expecting McArthur to wait for him. However, McArthur did not stop and gained the final decisive advantage to win the race and take his Olympic gold medal.
  • 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.
  • Team USA takes Triple Jump Gold and Silver | Video

    Team USA takes Triple Jump Gold and Silver

    London 2012 - USA's Christian Taylor added the Olympic Games title to his world Triple Jump crown with a superb leap of 17.81m, the longest in the world this year. His team-mate Will Claye took silver, while Italy's Fabrizio Donato claimed bronze.
  • Beijing 2008 Olympic Shooting 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men's Final | Video

    Beijing 2008 Olympic Shooting 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men's Final

    Oleksandr Petriv from Ukraine wins the Olympic shooting gold medal in the men's 25-meter rapid fire pistol at the Beijing Shooting Range. His winning score of 780.2 points, also set an Olympic shooting record. German ace shooters Ralf Schumann and Christian Reitz took the silver and bronze with 779.5 and 779.3 points respectively.
  • YOG on the Road flies high in Oslo | Video

    YOG on the Road flies high in Oslo

    Oslo, Norway, was the destination for our next YOG on the Road adventure at the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships where we caught up with Team Canada, the Wells brothers from New Zealand and Youth Olympic Games athlete Tiril Christiansen on home turf in Norway.
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