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  • Tony Estanguet Defends Canoe Slalom C1 Olympic Title | Video

    Tony Estanguet Defends Canoe Slalom C1 Olympic Title

    Tony Estanguet claims gold in C1 becoming the only whitewater canoeist to defend his Olympic title. Estanguet scores 189.16 to achieve Olympic victory for the 2nd consecutive time. His old rival Michal Martikan of Slovakia covers the course the fastest but touches a gate, allowing Estanguet to win by 12 hundredths of a point. Stefan Pfanmoller takes the bronze medal. Canoe Slalom C1 Men's Final - Athens 2004 Summer Olympics - Tony Estanguet (FRA), Michal Martikan (SVK), Stefan Pfannmoller (GER)
  • Seth Wescott: After gold in Turin, also gold in Vancouver! | Video

    Seth Wescott: After gold in Turin, also gold in Vancouver!

    During the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games, Seth Wescott (USA) won his second successive gold medal in snowboard cross in Vancouver. Follow him on his run in Turin in 2006 where he got his first gold. Radoslav Zidek (Slovakia) and Paul-Henri Delerue (France) finished also on the podium in Italy.
  • Sean Wescott Becomes 1st Snowboard Cross Olympic Champion | Video

    Sean Wescott Becomes 1st Snowboard Cross Olympic Champion

    American Seth Wescott goes down in Olympic history, becoming the first snowboard cross champion. Radoslav Zidek of Slovakia leads most of the race but gets surpassed by Wescott who slides to the finish line with half a snowboard length advantage, earning the first snowboard cross Olympic title. Zidek settles for silver and Paul-Henri Delerue claims the bronze medal. Snowboard Cross Men's Final - Turin 2006 Winter Olympics - Seth Wescott (USA), Radoslav Zidek (SVK), Paul-Henri Delerue (FRA)
  • Rhode makes USA shooting history in women's skeet final | Video

    Rhode makes USA shooting history in women's skeet final

    London 2012 - Kimberly Rhode blasted her way into Olympic history as the first USA athlete to win individual medals at five different Olympic Games when she triumphed in the Skeet. Ning Wei of China took silver at the Royal Artillery Barracks, while Danka Bartekova of Slovakia came third.
  • Michal Martikan Proves to be as Good as Gold | Video

    Michal Martikan Proves to be as Good as Gold

    Michal Martikan proves to be as good as gold, achieving victory in C1. Even though he's been assessed a 2 seconds penalty, Martikan manages to finish 2 seconds ahead of David Florence, claiming gold with a combined score of 176.65. Florence settles for silver and Robin Bell takes the bronze. Martikan became the first athlete to win an Olympic gold medal for Slovakia in 1996. Canoe Slalom Men's C1 - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - Michal Martikan (SVK), David Florence (GBR), Robin Bell (AUS)
  • Elena Kaliska Defends her K1 Olympic Title | Video

    Elena Kaliska Defends her K1 Olympic Title

    Elena Kaliska of Slovakia, defends her K1 Olympic title by claiming her second consecutive gold medal in this event with a combined time of 192.64. Kaliska wins by a 14 seconds margin over Jacquelin Lawrence, who claims the silver medal in 206.94. Violetta Oblinger Peters of Austria, takes the bronze medal home in a time of 206.94. Canoe Slalom Women's K1 - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - Elena Kaliska (SVK), Jacqueline Lawrence (AUS), Violetta Oblinger Peters (AUT)
  • Hochshorner Twins Win 3rd Consecutive Gold Medal | Video

    Hochshorner Twins Win 3rd Consecutive Gold Medal

    The Slovakian twin brothers, Pavol and Peter Hochschorner, become the first crew to win the C2 500m gold medal at three consecutive Olympics. Even though the twins are assessed a two points penalty, they win by more than 2 seconds, in a combined time of 190.82. The Czech duo, Jaroslav Volf and Ondrej Stepanek, finish second in 192.89 and receive the silver medal. The Russian pair settles for bronze in 197.37. Canoe Slalom Men's C2 - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - SVK, CZE, RUS
  • Women's Biathlon 7.5km Sprint - Kuzmina Wins Gol | Video

    Women's Biathlon 7.5km Sprint - Kuzmina Wins Gol

    In November 2017, Olga VILUKHINA of Russian Federation, competing in the Biathlon Women's 7.5km, 10km Pursuit, 4x6km Relay and Mixed Relay events, in which she ranked 2nd, 7th, 21st, 2nd and 4th, and for which she was awarded two silver medals, has been disqualified from the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, in 2014 by the IOC Disciplinary Commission chaired by Mr Oswald. Please note that such decision is subject to appeal to the Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS). Highlights of the Women's Biathlon 7.5km Sprint from the Laura Biathlon Stadium as Slovakia's Anastasiya Kuzmina wins the gold medal at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Medal Winners Gold: Anastasiya Kuzmina (SVK)Bronze: Vita Seremenko (UKR)
  • Gavrilova Wins 1st Ever YOG Gold Medal in Singles | Video

    Gavrilova Wins 1st Ever YOG Gold Medal in Singles

    Russian Daria Gavrilova accomplishes her youth Olympic dream by becoming the first ever YOG gold medallist in the women's singles. Gavrilova wins 2-6, 6-2, 6-0 against Zheng Saisai of China. Jana Cepelova or Slovakia, takes the bronze medal home. Tennis Women's Singles Final - Singapore 2010 Summer Youth Olympic Games - Daria Gavrilova (RUS), Zheng Saisai (CHN), Jana Cepelova (SVK)
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