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  • Russia Open Preliminary Stage With Win | Video

    Russia Open Preliminary Stage With Win

    The Russian Federation start the tournament off with a win versus Serbia in men's volleyball. Serbia take the first set 25-20 against the bronze medalists from Athens, but Russia come back to take set 2. In a close third set, Russia are able to edge Serbia 25-22 and lead two sets to one. Russia close out the fourth set with a huge block and take the match 3-1. Volleyball Men Preliminary Pool B - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - RUS vs SRB
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    Atos

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  • Mellouli triumphs in 10km Marathon swim | Video

    Mellouli triumphs in 10km Marathon swim

    London 2012 - Tunisia's Oussama Mellouli triumphed in one of the most gruelling events in the Games, winning the men's 10km Marathon gold in the open water of the Serpentine.
  • Sweden v Belarus Greco-Roman bronze battle | Video

    Sweden v Belarus Greco-Roman bronze battle

    London 2012 - Jimmy Lidberg of Sweden takes on Tsimafei Dzeinichenka of Belarus as they grapple for a bronze medal in the men's Greco-Roman Wrestling 96kg category. Watch a full replay of the bout.
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  • London 2012 celebrates 2 more years to go | Video

    London 2012 celebrates 2 more years to go

    End of July 2010 London celebrated 2 years to go until the Opening Cermony of the Olympic Games 2012. Watch the highlights of the Open Weekend which was organised across the UK to mark the two-years-to-go milestone.
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  • Hungary v Denmark Greco-Roman bronze match | Video

    Hungary v Denmark Greco-Roman bronze match

    London 2012 - Hungary takes on Denmark for bronze in the 55kg category of the men's Greco-Roman Wrestling. Watch the medal match in full now.
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