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  • Beijing 2008 Olympic Archery Individual Final | Video

    Beijing 2008 Olympic Archery Individual Final

    Viktor Ruban scored 113 points to win the men's individual Olympic archery 70m gold medal, with South Korea's Park Kyung-Mo taking silver on 112 points and Russia's Bair Badenov winning the bronze by beating Mexico's Juan Rene Serrano 115-110. Viktor Ruban managed a ten in the last arrow, beating Park by one point to win the first ever Olympic gold medal in archery for Ukraine.
  • Joining Hands - Olympic Solidarity in action - Athletes | Video

    Joining Hands - Olympic Solidarity in action - Athletes

    At 19, Rosalie Benie Tanoh from Côte d’Ivoire is one of the best wrestlers in Africa. Thanks to her Olympic Solidarity scholarship, she can train at the Thiès centre in Senegal and perhaps one day achieve her Olympic dream.
  • Learning values through the FC Barcelona’s FutbolNet programme | Video

    Learning values through the FC Barcelona’s FutbolNet programme

    The clip showcases the educational programme “FutbolNet” which has been used by the FC Barcelona Foundation (FFCB) to associate the practice of football with the transmission of values towards young people across the globe. The IOC and FFCB have recently joined forces to implement this successful concept within various Olympafrica centres, which are sports centres throughout Africa, set up by the Olympafrica Foundation with the support of the IOC and owned by the National Olympic Committees.
  • Canada vs Argentina - Men's Beach Volleyball - Highlights | Day 1 | Video

    Canada vs Argentina - Men's Beach Volleyball - Highlights | Day 1

    Highlights from Day 1's Men's Beach Volleyball at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games. 

An exciting Pool D match between Argentina and Canada see's the South American country come out winners by 2 sets to 1.
  • From war zone to international spotlight | Video

    From war zone to international spotlight

    Margret Rumat Rumar Hassan from  South Sudan got into competitive running through a friend who urged her to take part in a local competition. From these humble beginnings she will be one of thousands of young athletes taking part in the 2nd Summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing.
  • Women's Hockey5s Bronze Medal Match - Highlights | Day 10 | Video

    Women's Hockey5s Bronze Medal Match - Highlights | Day 10

    Highlights from Day 10 with action involving newly included sport Hockey 5's. A faster paced and compact format of field Hockey 5's looks to become a very competitive and exciting event. In the bronze medal match you see Japan come up against Argentina with the South Americans coming up eventual winners.Medals:Gold - ChinaSilver - Netherlands Bronze - Argentina
  • Singapore 2010 premieres theme song starring international artists! | Video

    Singapore 2010 premieres theme song starring international artists!

    The Singapore Youth Olympic Games theme song, “Everyone”, was premiered in Singapore! The video features five stars performing at some of Singapore’s most famous places: the Float@Marina Bay, the Marina Barrage and the Singapore Flyer. The five musical talents from five different continents are Jody Williams (Africa), Sean Kingston (Americas), Tabitha Nauser (Asia), Steve Appleton (Europe) and Jessica Mauboy (Oceania).
  • Queen Yu-Na' glides to Olympic skating glory | Video

    Queen Yu-Na' glides to Olympic skating glory

    Asian figure skating sensation Kim Yu-Na lived up to her star billing at the Vancouver Games as she was crowned Olympic champion on Thursday. The 19-year-old - dubbed 'Queen Yu-Na' in her native South Korea - achieved her country's first Olympic figure skating title with a resounding victory in the Pacific Coliseum.
  • Golden ambitions of the Chinese speed skaters | Video

    Golden ambitions of the Chinese speed skaters

    In 2002, speed skating brought the Chinese their first ever gold medal in the Winter Olympics. Since then the government has spared no expense to support the discipline. Wang Meng, who won the 500-metre gold in Turin four years ago, will lead the new generation in Vancouver, with high hopes against their South Korean and American rivals.
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