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  • Batirov Wins Second Gold | Video

    Batirov Wins Second Gold

    Mavlet Batirov of Russia wins a second gold medal in freestyle wrestling against Vasyl Fedoryshyn of Ukraine. Batirov won the gold medal in the 55kg category in Athens and starts his final in Beijing by winning the first period. Fedoryshyn counters strongly in the second period, but Batirov shows his strength and scores two points to win the match. Wrestling Freestyle 60kg Men Final - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - Mavlet Batirov (RUS), Vasyl Fedoryshyn (UKR), Islamic Republic of Iran, Japan
  • Rowing Pairs Give It All Qualify for the Final | Video

    Rowing Pairs Give It All Qualify for the Final

    Rowers make their best effort to qualify for the final in the women's pair heats. The Belarusian pair wins heat 1 finishing in 7:24.47, seven seconds ahead of New Zealand, while the Chinese duo finishes in third. Heat 2 is won by the Romanian pair in a time of 7:22.49, crossing the finish line with more than a boat length ahead of the German duo, leaving Great Britain in third. Rowing Women's Pair Without Coxswain Heats - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - ROU, BLR, GER
  • Beijing 2008 Olympic Fencing Foil Individual Men Final | Video

    Beijing 2008 Olympic Fencing Foil Individual Men Final

    Benjamin Kleibrink won the men's Olympic fencing individual foil providing Germany with their second olympic fencing gold of the day. Kleibrink beat Japan's Yuki Ota, while Heidemann saw off the challenge of Ana Maria Branza of Romania.
  • Belarus' parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony | Video

    Belarus' parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony

    Fencer Alexandr Romankov leads Belarus' Olympic athletes in the Parade of Nations during the Beijing 2008 Opening Ceremonies. Marching with pride the Belarus athletes carry the Olympic hope of their nation. Belarus - Parade of Nations - Opening Ceremony - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics
  • Menezes takes Brazil's first judo gold - highlights | Video

    Menezes takes Brazil's first judo gold - highlights

    London 2012 - Brazilian Sarah Menezes beat defending Olympic champion Alina Dumitru in the women's 48kg judo final to clinch her country's first gold medal in the sport. In the last minutes of the contest she threw her Romanian opponent twice to win convicingly. Watch highlights of the final.
  • Men's Individual Sabre bronze match - highlights | Video

    Men's Individual Sabre bronze match - highlights

    London 2012 - highlights of the bronze medal match in the Men's Individual Sabre Fencing competition between Nikolay Kovalev of Russia and Romanian Rares Dumitrescu.
  • Women's 48kg judo final - highlights | Video

    Women's 48kg judo final - highlights

    London 2012 - watch the mat action as Sarah Menezes of Brazil takes on reigning Olympic champion Alina Dumitru of Romania in the final of the Women's 48kg Judo competition.
  • Women's 57kg judo final - full replay | Video

    Women's 57kg judo final - full replay

    London 2012 - Japan's No.1 judoka Kaori Matsumoto takes on Romania's Corina Caprioriu in the women's judo -57kg final. The 2010 world champion, who plans to retire, won in golden score when Caprioriu was disqualified for attacking through the back of the legs. Watch the final drama unfold from start to finish.
  • Moldoveanu shoots his way to air rifle gold | Video

    Moldoveanu shoots his way to air rifle gold

    London 2012 - Romanian shooter Alin George Moldoveanu won a titanic tussle with world number one Niccolo Campriani of Italy to claim gold in the men's 10m Air Rifle. Moldoveanu held his nerve with a final shot of 10.3 to hold off his rival, who finished just 0.6 behind, while Gagan Narang won a bronze medal for India at the Royal Artillery Barracks.
  • Matsumoto and Caprioriu compete for judo gold | Video

    Matsumoto and Caprioriu compete for judo gold

    London 2012 - Japan's number one judoka Kaori Matsumoto takes on Romania's Corina Caprioriu in the women's judo -57kg final. The 2010 world champion, who plans to retire, won in golden score when Caprioriu was disqualified for attacking through the back of the legs.
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