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Boudia edges out rivals to claim gold – London 2012 – Diving

David Boudia produced an impressive dwindows chessisplay to claim gold for the USA in tonight’s 1giri chess0m Platform Diving final.Greatall chess pieces Britain’s Tom Daley led by 0.15 pointsnexus chess from world champion Qiu Bo and Boudia heading into the final dive. But while Dtata steel chess tournament 2020aley won a single score of 10 […]

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Murata is Middle man

Japan’s Ryota Murata edged a close final against Brazil’s Esquiva Falcao Florentino 14-13 to win Middle Weight gold on an action-packed night at the ExCeL.Murata was seeded second in the draw, with Ffree chess lichesslorentino fourth, and the bout was as close as may english chesshave been expected fchess royalrom two of the medal favourites. […]

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Peralta nets match-winning brace for Mexico – London 2012 – Football

Mexico secured arguably the greatest triumph in their history by winning London 2012 gold at Wembley with a 2-1 success over Brazil.Oribe Peralta wrote his name into Mexican folklore with a deadly double against the five-time world champions, who many believed were destined finally to end their agonising wait for Olympic Games glory. Despite Hulk […]

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Mitchell ran on broken leg – London 2012 – Athletics

Any athlete complaining of a minor injury during London 2012 had their troubles put firmly in perspective today after it was confirmed that USA’s Manteo Mitchell ran on a broken leg.Mitchell ran the first leg of the men’s 4 x 400m Relay and helped the USA finish joint fastest qualifiers for the final as they […]

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Idem makes final in eighth Games – London 2012 – Canoe

Italy’s Josefa Idem became the first woman to compete in eight Olympic Games today when she qualified for the women’s Kayak Single (K1) 500m final at Eton Dorney.The 47-year-old from Santerno pipped Great Britain’s Rachel Cawthorn into first place in the K1, raising the prospect of a gold medal on Thursday. London 2012 is the […]

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Hoy gets GB on track – London 2012 – Cycling Track

There was plenty for Host Nation Great Britain to savour as they enjoyed their best day of the London 2012 Games so far, but they were not the only ones celebrating on a dramatic Day 6.At the Velodrome, Chris Hoy hailed his fifth Olympic Games gold as his best ever, after Great Britain’s men’s Team […]

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IOC and Airbnb celebrate first year of partnership with Sport Industry Award

Marking one year since the start of their major global Olympic partnership, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Airbnb have been honoured with a prestigious Sport Industry Award.The Deal of the Year Award recognises the innovative nature of the partnership, tata steel chess tournamentwhich has already seen the launch of hundreds of Olympian and Paralympian […]

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Tough time for USA duo – London 2012 – Boxing

The USA men’s team thought they had seen last-16 defeats for Raushee Warren and Errol Spence and their hopes of a Boxing medal end on Friday night, but Spence was lajunior chesster reinstated after an appeal.Fly Weight third seed Warren, competing in hichess schools third Olympic Games, lost 19-18 to Frenchman Nordine Oubaali in a […]

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