Closer than a Photo-finish – The Love Story of Nicola & Reto | A Game For Two

My name is Nicola Spirig and I won the gold medal at the Olympics in London and the silver medal at the Olympics in Rio four years later. I’m Reto Hug, European champion, twice World Champion and three times part of the Olympic games. My first competition was outside of school, I was 16 and, […]

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Closer than a Photo-finish – The Love Story of Nicola & Reto | A Game For Two

My name is Nicola Spirig and I won the gold medal at the Olympics in London and the silver medal at the Olympics in Rio four years later. I’m Reto Hug, European champion, twice World Champion and three times part of the Olympic games. My first competition was outside of school, I was 16 and, […]

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Receiving a gold medal after doping cheats are caught – Ep 1 ft. Christine Girard | Take The Podium

I seriously grew up thinking that it wasn’t possible to have a medal at the Olympics. I thought it was impossible to win in sport that have been so well known for doping in other countries in the world. So my goal was always to be as good as I could be. I wanted to […]

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Brazilian Beach Volleyball Tournament – Red Bull Latitude Zero 2012

I’m Ricardo, I’m 37 years old, and I’m Brazilian. Bruno Schmidt, defender of the southern hemisphere. I’m Maria Clara Salgado, I’m Brazilian and I’m 29 years old. I am representing the southern hemisphere. Everything is uninterrupted and then everyone joins in a mixed quartet, 45 minutes long. I think the heat will be the biggest […]

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Olympics: A ‘Breakthrough’ Win and a Badminton Scandal

bjbj”9″9 JEFFREY BROWN: We head back to London tonight for an Olympics update on what turned out to be a significant day for the American team. As always, a spoiler alert: Here come some of the day’s results. Day six of the Olympics brought new triumph for a diminutive American gymnast. Sixteen-year-old Gabby Douglas won […]

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London 2012 Olympics Amazing Badminton Training / niezwykły trening kadra olimpijska Londyn 2012

Badminton Badminton was given its name from the country house in Gloucestershire, England. In about 1870 took place the first demonstration of the game. The court was rectangular (6.1 metres width and 13.4 metres lenght) and divided into halves by a net. The game was to strike a shuttlecock (made ​​of cork and feathers) with […]

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How the “Fighting Lionesses” won Montenegro’s sole Olympic medal | The Power of One

(OLYMPIC CHANNEL ORIGINAL SERIES) Montenegro won the first Olympic medal and it will always be written into the history of our country and our sports in golden letters. Many girls and women were guided and motivated by their example. Milena Raicevic! It’s important to be talented, but hard work and strong character are most important. […]

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