Day 15: Full Round-Up Olympic Sportsday


Day 15: Full Round-Up

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Well, here we are for the final time for us. If this is your first

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time, this show gives you everything Olympic you could

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possibly need in 45 minutes. Tonight we have something of a

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feast at to labour for you. It is 5,000 Fahrenheit! Mo Farah raises

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the temperature in the stadium as we see another Super Saturday.

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More goals for Great Britain, one in the ring and one on the water.

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And madness in the modern Pentathlon. It is all coming up in

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the global round-up. We have also had a really to

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remember for you and Tom Daley, too. So another packed programme in the

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last of these Olympic Games, but please don't get sad. You still

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have 45 minutes to get your questions and comments in. Send

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them to us on Twitter. Where do we start? It is obvious.

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The 5,000 metres. Could Mo Farah first Briton to win the title of

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10,000 metres. He is running magnificently now. The crowd on

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lifting him, they are cheering him on! Has he got enough? Mo Farah has

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got gold! It is going to be a glorious, glorious win! Mo Farah

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for Great Britain. It is gold! Oh, yes! Oh, yes! The stadium erupts!

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Mo Farah took on the Africans, showed them how to do it.

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Unbelievable! Farah admitted winning the race had taken plenty

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out of him. Only six had ever won both at the Games. Did he have

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enough in the tank to join that illustrious group?

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Next time he commits it has got to be for real. No second chances here.

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He wants to hold that position. Exactly, and that is what he

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normally does. He is just sensing that the best way to hold the

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position is to get to the front. This is not the big kick, it is

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positioning. It is Briton himself in a place -- pool himself into

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place. Another pressure will start to be applied. -- and now the

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pressure. Lagat is close. And now he says, right, mate, new and died.

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Words have been exchanged. -- you and me. He is coming into the home

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straight and he has got to be very careful not to let anybody get

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ahead of him. He is doing it right, holding position on the inside.

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They are queuing up around him. It is going to be a fierce last lap.

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He is running himself into medal position. He is running perfectly

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well and he has got a chance now. Four athletes on his shoulder.

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dangers 1,500 metre man is in third. Dejen Gebremeskel takes the inside

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route. Farah holding the inside curve. The crowd on their feet!

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They are trying to roar him on! It looks dangerous to me, the man in

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third. The arms have got to come, the knees have got to come up high.

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He has got to find something extra! I think he is going to get this!

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Farah is going to make it two gold medals for Great Britain!

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Beautiful! The place erupts! He's Unbelievable. A loss of confidence

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going into the race. But I have to say, I felt tired. -- a lot of

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confidence. They helped me a lot so it was pretty good. When you hit

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the front, there was no way anybody was going to come past? Yes, the

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American tried but I knew I had to hang onto it. I just want to thank

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everybody who supported me. All my coaches in previous years, those

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who have been a part of my life. I cannot think everyone enough. It

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has been a long journey, grafting and grafting. But anything is

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possible. It is just hard work and grafting.

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Twitter continues to go mad for Mo Farah! But rightly so. It was an

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epic night in the stadium and it must have felt very special? If you

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rewind 3,000 years to the ancient Olympics, Aristotle, Sophocles,

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Plato, they would write a crow about those occasions of 30, 40,000

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people cheering. But today in the stand with 80,000 other people, I

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got so caught up in it. Often journalists are quite low-key and

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they think, we are not supposed to be celebrating, we are supposed to

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be writing about it. We were all up and shouting ourselves horse. It

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was such a powerful, collective and emotional moment. Lots of people

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asking, what was he doing in the semi-final? Was he genuinely tired?

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Was he trying to outfox them? Whatever he did was brilliant and

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his tactics tonight, super. It was wonderfully constructed as a race.

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If there was a deliberate tactical ploy to lull his competitors into a

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false sense of security, we can add that Machiavellian slant to his

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tricks. Apparently, this takes it out of the legs of the distance

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runners but to have done it on home soil with the pressure he has faced.

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It was just so wonderful and so emotional. His last few words to

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fill Jones in the interview were, it is all about hard work and graft.

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-- to Phil Jones. And that is from an average athlete to came to the

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Games who is now on top of the world. He took such a gamble to go

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to the United States to put extra miles on the road. That is a

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tremendous part of his narrative. And something else I might say, if

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I may, if you are wind one year, and to something threatening to

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destroy our cities, multicultural are t -- at multiculturalism can be

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tricky. But now 80,000 people were cheering him. I am not saying one

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athletics victory can solve the problems of a nation but I thought

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this was a really profound national moment. Yes. And he said he was so

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proud to run for Great Britain even though he is from Somalia. A

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fantastic flag-bearer. The other highlight on the track

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was the men's sprint relay. A tussle between America and Jamaica.

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A fraction of a second between them in their qualifying times but Bolt

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was back for Jamaica. Would he give chased. But not being chased hard.

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He has had a good first leg here. The war changes are good. -- the

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baton. Blake is right on the Americans, between these two. Bolt

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is going into the lead and you know what that means! Here egos! He has

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got no chance. Jamaica are the gold medallists again and it is a new

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world record! He smashes it into pieces. He two great teams but only

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It is a beautiful thing to end on this note, so for me it is a

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wonderful feeling to end on a high note. The team came out and they

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gave it their all. I knew it was possible. Which we could have gone

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faster but I guess we leave room for improvement! Obviously people

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love you and the sport needs you. BEUC yourself going for another

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four years and trying for the triple? -- do you see yourself?

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am sure there will be a lot more young cats coming up, so for me it

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is just wonderful. One step at a time and we will see, the next four

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years. So many Jamaican fans have come here. We have seen you give

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the Mobot. Hang on... Yeah, boys! Ha-ha! You cannot not like the man!

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He has a high opinion of himself but rightly so. There really is a

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joy to watch and it was done so well tonight, with the Americans

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just behind. -- he is a joy to watch. Yes. Blake on the bend and

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when Bolt got it and was away. Beautifully called by Steve Cram.

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When you think about the pressure, the moment they have to deliver.

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For him to not only look relaxed but to be relaxed. I saw him

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gesticulating before he went out and the cameras were not on him. He

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was having a bit of a joke with the audience. How does somebody have

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the mind set to do that when he is under that pressure? I think there

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is an authenticity about him that is so engaging and even if you look

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at the results, for me now, just behind Jesse Owens he has to be the

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best track runner. When you talk about four years down the line, he

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says, yes, a one to do the long job. -- I want to do. But one thing is

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for sure, athletics needs Usain Bolt. And absolutely. It was

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struggling after a litany of drugs scandals. Is dotted with Ben

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Johnson and then all sorts of other heroes. -- it started. He and its

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future are inextricably linked to go the.

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Let's ground up the other events. Caster Semenya was in a shake-up

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for the medals but she made her move far too late while Mariya

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Savinova timed it perfectly and took the gold. Making her burst in

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the last 100 metres, she made it home well clear of the chasing pack.

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Another Russian, Ekaterina Poistogova, won the bronze, with

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Semenya in silver. The women's Quartet in the relay

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were anchored by Sanya Richards- Ross. They destroyed the field and

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won by a huge margin. Great Britain with Ohuruogu in the final leg

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finished 5th. The Russian won gold in the women's

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high jump. This was her winning league. United States took the

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silver. And the men's javelin. This man

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only qualified in sick. He was competing as a junior recently,

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Keshorn Walcott. He took the gold ahead off Oleksandr Pyatnytsya of

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Ukraine. Antti Ruuskanen claimed The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

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have been all over the Olympics. I was sent an e-mail saying that some

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bookies are offering odds that at least one of their children will be

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called global round-up. I know it sounds mad but such is the

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popularity of this part of the show. It is the last one we will do, it

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is the biggest one we have done, it is the global round-up.

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Fencing, swimming, riding, then shooting and running at the same

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time. Modern pentathlon, part Olympic sport, part Olympic movie.

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The creator of the modern Olympics intended it to replicate a soldier

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behind enemy lines. It is fair to say that this man doesn't use his

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fencing skills at work any more. He followed that up with a dashing

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display of horsemanship. Riders have just 20 minutes to bond with

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their horses before hand. This South Korean had a certain lack of

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chemistry with his. Both horse and rider were OK, but it was a case of

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just getting to the end and going their separate ways. Svoboda just

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had to protect a lead. With a steady hand and steady pace, he

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went through to his first goal. Try telling him this event is an

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anachronism. The mountain biking is simpler in format but not in

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execution, as the Olympic champion found out. This wasn't quite the

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rocky road to ruin, but it is allowed the French rider a clear

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run to gold. Amy last finished, eighth. Calamity can strike at sea

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two, you are always a wave from a problem. -- can start -- can strike

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at C2. The skipper, Olivier uprise, had to be picked up. Spain took

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advantage on their way to gold. The consequences of overbalancing are

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less severe in rhythmic gymnastics but points mean -- Polly's means

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points. This was the first woman to mean all around -- to win two all

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around colts. Montenegro were just two. Behind Norway in the women's

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handball final. They simply applauded their opponents' defence

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of the title. This was the USA Women's 5th Olympic title in a row

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at basketball. France, the latest to have to shrug their shoulders.

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The American volleyball team can empathise. Beaten by Brazil in the

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final four years ago, and again now. This means the painful end to an

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error. Difficult to know how crushing that might feel, unless

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you have wrestled anyone from Azerbaijan. There was gold in one

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division, then a triumph in the 84 kilo division. His Pakistan were to

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grapple the headlines. The super- heavyweight in red won his third

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consecutive gold. -- is Pakistan -- Uzbekistan were to grapple the

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headlines. In the women's taekwondo, there were 15 seconds to go when

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the Italian landed this kick to rescue his gold medal hopes. The

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Rome policemen eventually won Bay judges' decision. Late drama in the

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women's race walk. There was a place change with just 20 yards

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40 minutes later, travelling a little slower, Dominic King of

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Britain. Sometimes the pace of life can get too much. At least he had a

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few thousand homes took -- fans to help him home.

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That is the beauty, he finishes last and gets a standing ovation.

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It is only the Olympics, I think. We do celebrate the people who are

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gutsy and heroic. What was the name of this when there? Eric the Eel.

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Are you trying to test me on general knowledge? Sometimes it is

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hard to remember that Tom Daley is still only 18. He was sitting here

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with Gabby less than an hour ago. He shot to prominence as one of the

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youngest ever Olympians when he finished 7th. Four years later,

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Daley was expected to contest the Back two-and-a-half somersault,

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two-and-a-half twists in the pike getting massive phone support. He

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is getting frustrated. I don't know what he was saying there, maybe the

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flashes put him off. You can see the flashbulbs going off. It looks

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like a floodlight. Oh, he is allowed a re-dive. Here we go. The

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referee has given him permission. Tom needs to compose himself. The

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crowd will be asked not to take photos. Tom Daley, with the re-dive.

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Turn your flashes off, please, and give this boy a chance. Yes, oh,

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it's better! I don't know who is writing the script, whether Danny

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Boyle has got in on the act, but you could not get in on more drama

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That is the one that we got! To Tom Daley, into first. Good luck, Tom

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Daley, the country is behind you. Oh, yes, it's a good one. David

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Boudia, no pressure, then. Fay he has performed it. Tom knows that is

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really good. 102.60. Tom Daley's on, or it is American gold. I don't

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know which way it will go! 100.80, it puts him in second place. David

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Boudia gets the gold. Tom Daley, it It was a final of incredible

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quality. You have to be so precise. Tom Daley was so good tonight. He

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got a bronze medal, silver and gold went elsewhere but he was so happy

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with his performance. You could hear the aquatic stadium everywhere

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in the Park tonight. It is such a huge vindication for an

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extraordinary young man. There was a documentary in the lead-up to the

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Games, he came across as a terrific role model, he also got straight As.

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I think it's changed a lot of people's perception, a lot of

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people were ready to jump on him if he did not succeed. That programme

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and maybe the build-up to these games, maybe change the way people

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think about him. There was a depressingly critical criticism. He

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is a very difficult sport, China are not mac -- China iMac but isn't

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ant he was a warning. People say the -- China are magnificent and he

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wasn't winning. People would say he was not focusing enough. I think

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when you consider the emotional roller-coaster he has been on, in

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the public spotlight, it is difficult to relate to how much

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attention he gets. If you're not used to being surrounded by people,

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cameras flashing all the time, it is difficult for young person. He

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was bullied at school, he has dealt with so much and to have achieved

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on that stage was incredible, psychologically and a lot of other

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ways. We have watched him change from a boy into a man. If anyone

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else had at camera in their face for that amount of time, we would

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see some ugly things but we have seen him mature and produce.

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think we have seen that and I think he will grow. The extraordinary

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thing about this sport is that every dive in the final count. One

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mistake and you are punished. A lot of the field events, you have the

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opportunities. He was consummate today. As soon as he had a poor

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first dive, he was out and challenging the referees to change

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it. I think it was justified but I think we have seen him grow into

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it... It is a cliche to say grow into a man but he has grown in

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stature. As we told you last night, the 200 metres is a new Olympic

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event, shortened to make it an imp more exciting. Team GB have taken

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to it particularly well with Ed gets out quickest? The noise is

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pouring down from the stands. McKeever is out first. He is

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powering on. He has such great strength. He will try to reel them

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in. He is holding on at the moment as they come into the final 50

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metres. He is still out in front, he will have to work hard. They are

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not going to reel him in. He is still holding on. It is gold for Ed

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McKeever for Great Britain. The quiet man leads out a roar as he

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becomes Olympic champion. He went out fast, he held on strong, he was

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I was focused on the first two or three strokes. I just wanted to

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nail those, get out cleanly and hopefully the race sorted itself

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out. The start is so important, you got

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an early advantage and from that moment, we were thinking, he is not

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going to lose it from here. Hopefully the competitors thought

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that way as well. Yes, so happy. The moment you crossed the line,

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what did you feel? Just kind of relief. It sounds stupid. Not

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elation or those other things. More relief. So happy I could do it in

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front of the home crowd. Jess Walker came in 7th in the women's

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single kayak. There was a bronze medal for Jon Scofield and Liam

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Heath in the men's double, they win the silver position for much of the

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race, only to be beaten to the line by the Belarus crude. The

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impressive Russians took the gold. -- Belarus crew. They have made

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these changes in canoeing to try to make it more exciting. But when the

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rowers keep winning the medals, they will continue to be the water-

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based beast when it comes to the Olympics. I think the spectacle was

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so emotionally intense. It gets up, it is active and it is overpowering,

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almost, as a spectator. Somebody mentioned the other day that these

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British sports are in competition for each other for a single pot of

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funding. Canoeing has done terrifically well, a gold and

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silver in the slalom, a gold in the sprints, bronze in the doubles

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sprints. They are going to get more funding. That is the growth they

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will get over the next four years. They are likely to do better in Rio

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given they will be able to hire better coaches, doctors, support

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staff. Shall we do some boxing? Not since 19 away it has Britain had

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four fighters in the finals. -- not since 1908. Tonight, Luke Campbell

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was hoping to be victorious in the men's bantamweight final. What a

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final it promised to be against just keep on giving for Great

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Britain. But for one more gold, Luke Campbell would have to give

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that little bit more. In a thumping atmosphere, Campbell and John Joe

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Nevin produced a thrilling three rounds of the Olympic boxing. The

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first round was Campbell's, he scored with the better shots to

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gain a small lead. The second was Nevin's, he eliminated the

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favourite and the world champion from Cuba in the semi-finals and

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produced a similar standard here. After years of training, plane,

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sweat in the gym, it would come down to the final three minutes. To

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be an Olympic champion, you have to seize the moment. Luke Campbell did

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just that. Nevin needs more shots, I think there was a punch there.

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Nevin, desperate to get back into it. Campbell covers up. 10 seconds

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to go. Here comes Nevin. Good work to the body by the Irishman. This

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is going to be a nail-biting... The winner, by 14-11 and Olympic

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champion, in the blue corner, representing Great Britain, Luke

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Star You are the Olympic champion. How are you feeling? I am lost for

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words, very emotional. Some think I have been waiting for my life. I

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can't believe it. There was plenty of disbelief elsewhere, but for

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very different reasons. The crowd and the fighter from Thailand

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thought gold was is in the men's lightweight final. When the result

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went the way of the Chinese fighter, shock, anger and tears followed.

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Elsewhere, victories for Cuba in the light-welter category, and for

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Japan in the middleweight division. In the heavyweight final, Ukraine's

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fighter edged out the Italian for gold, but quickly proved his boxing

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is far better than his dancing. This is pretty spectacular for a

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And so if after two weeks you were still not sure what the Olympics

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was all about, Luke Campbell's face says it all. Nine minutes had

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changed his life and made his I love that story, and boxing has

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provided some wonderful stories. Where has that comes from? Is it

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talent, is it funding? Because we need that for all sports. I think

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it is the coaching and a really talented generation of young boxers

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coming through. And we cannot discount the money that has

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transformed the future of these boxes. If we go back to 1988 and

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the disgraceful decision that cost Jones a medal in Seoul, there was a

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list of terrible judging decisions that made a mockery of the sport.

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We were watching, seeing somebody win and having the judges come up

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with a completely different decision. They have tweaked the

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scoring system and now they have some incredible and the public

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believes in it. And a point others have made is that boxing has a huge

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social factor to it. Particularly for young men, but we have seen

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young women as well, for them to change their lives forever. It is a

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great socially transformative sport. It has been that way since the

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rules were invented. In America, it was a way out of the ghetto

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And out immigrant communities. And if you go to these gyms and see

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what these wonderful coaches are doing to the youth... They have all

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sort of other things they could be doing that would not be

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particularly socially benign but boxing is a great support and a

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centrepiece of the Olympics. would love to have a wander around

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your head at some time! So much knowledge! Now over to the hockey,

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and the women manage to get the bronze by winning to New Zealand.

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The men set out to put things right today against Australia after their

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chance and an opening goal. Mrs Jackson. And it is a goal!

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And the green and gold have got the bronze. Britain leave empty-handed,

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and on the day, you have to give credit to Australia. They were the

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In the semi-finals, we finished 5th, and between then and now, although

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it is an improvement, it is difficult to take. To come away

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with nothing. We are devastated but at the same time, that is a

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performance that we want to be remembered for her and one to

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deliver again and again. We desperately wants that semi-final

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back. -- wanted to deliver. No joy for Team GB there. The final was

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won by Germany with a win over the Netherlands. A brilliant solo goal

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put them ahead. The Dutch then equalised. Then the Germans struck

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again with five minutes left to ensure it was Germany going home

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from London with the gold medal. You have written famously about the

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power of the mind and the psychology of sport and that sort

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of stuff. When it comes to the Great Britain's men's hockey team,

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that defeat when they wanted so much to perform and they needed so

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much to produce their best, how big a stain will that leave? It clearly

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affected them today as well? If I can just draw on my own experience,

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if I ever played a round robin and had a particularly difficult to

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feed, I found it impossible to go out hours later or even the next

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day, and compete. -- difficult to feed. I needed a few weeks to

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recover and move on. And I can understand however devastating

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performance can leave psychological scar tissue. I admire those

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athletes who can get over writ within seconds, minutes, hours, and

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re-establish their performances. But there were very badly hurt.

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has been a few weeks without much football. But tomorrow is the

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Community Shield. It has been out of commission during the Olympics.

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Today, Brazil battled Mexico for gold. Amazingly, they had never won

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gold. What they needed was to get off to a good start. The

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commentators did not see the start Brazil. A chance! And the first

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goal of the game goes to Mexico after just 30 odd seconds. An

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absolute stunner! Brazil gave it away and Mexico are 1-0 up at

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Wembley. And now the man who scored the fastest of goal it in Olympic

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history in the first minute. they have a chance. Off the right

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foot. And they are into this Olympic final of London 2012.

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Waiting for a drop... Goodness me! What a chance! It sends the game

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into extra-time in the Olympic men's final. Two goals in stoppage

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time. But the moment is gone. The gold medal is Mexico's. The moment

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They seemed destined not to win this. They will be up for it and

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that will be a key moment for them. But how have to be brutally honest.

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I find it so difficult to get excited about Olympic football.

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was going to ask you this. Has it not been centre stage as some felt

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it would be? It has not been centre stage. It has been on the outside

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and that is right. The British footballing public and the global

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footballing public is very sophisticated. We all know about

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the European Cups, the international cups, and they are

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the defining moments for a player to win. They tried hard and it was

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competitive. The second half was terrific in places but it isn't the

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pinnacle and the players know that. That is why it is absolutely right

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it should have been a peripheral part of the Olympics story.

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golds now for the home nation. And incredible for us to be third,

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trailing behind the might of China and the United States. Germany and

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France, the only other nations into double figures. Time for our usual

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look at the papers. This is the times paper. The Observer have got

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to Mo doing the Mobot. But his disbelief, joy and everything

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wrapped up. The Sun - Greatest Mo on Earth. And also a free beach

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ball in the Sunday Express! The Independent - they have gone for

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"the greatest". The epic victory in the 5,000 metres. And this is from

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page of The Daily Mail. And a free poster of British sporting stars.

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That tells you everything you need to know about tonight. Everybody

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thinks that was the story - Mo Farah. And they are probably right,

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Anybody watching on television will not forget what they saw. It is a

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moment we will be talking about in 10, 20, 30 years' time. Where were

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you when he won his medals? If he were to score this out of 10, the

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Olympics in general, what would you give it? 9.9! A Albert wants to

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know, surely the committee have realise they have to bring the

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Games back to London in the next 20 years? I think unlikely because

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they will want to spread it around but I think London has given a

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template other cities will want to follow. Incredible volunteers,

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beautifully delivered. The athletes have responded. Perfection is very

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difficult but it is nearly there! Challenges after these Games. What

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do you see as the biggest challenge? Is it school sport or is

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it a wider than that? One, to sustain this level of performance

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in four years time, because that will be very difficult. But also

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whether this big social transformation will happen, with

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lots of people taking up support for recreation, with all the health

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benefits that should provide. No previous Olympics has managed to

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deliver that upsurge in participation. And it is a question.

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We see it at Wimbledon. The tennis courts are full for a few weeks

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around the tournament and then there are empty. It will be

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fascinating to see whether this catalyses the change everybody is

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hoping for. A because lots of people have said on Twitter tonight

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and elsewhere, and David Cameron has mentioned it as well, an

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interesting statistics saying 10,000 school playing fields have

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been sold off since 1979. Is this an area that has to change and the

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importance of sport in schools if we are to see... Yes, funding can

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make a difference but it is heritage and culture and the way we

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deal with sport? It is fundamental for a number of reasons. With

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facilities, if you don't have the playground, you cannot do it. With

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so many sold off, that makes it a strategic challenge. For too long

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in the 1980s, left-leaning education authorities also did not

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like competition in sport. We need to re introduce competitiveness in

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sport. But the other thing we have to do as well, even if people take

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part in sport at school, it is no guarantee of the transition into

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later life, and that could help with diabetes and so on. So I don't

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think it is an inevitability that it will be delivered. And I have

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asked people for their best and worst moments. Many people have

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said, Chris Whare, Jess Ennis, Bradley Wiggins. The worst, Britain

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being disqualified in the sprint relay and Jess Varnish with only

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one chance in the velodrome, who was disqualified with Victoria

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Pendleton. That tells you there are so many choices for the best moment.

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He Olympics ought to be a mosaic that we can pick and choose from. -

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- the Olympics. But the moment of the -- of Sarah Stevenson in the

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taekwondo. -- of Gemma winning her silver medal. Looking up to the

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skies and saying, I love you, mum. Thank you so much. It is always

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great to have you on. Finally, Jessica says, the best was when the

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Olympics started and the worst is when it finishes! That just about

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sums it up! Thank you so much from # I will be giving you day when you

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don't want the night # I will be keeping you awake when you cannot

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shut your eyes are # Or I will be staying up late, keeping right by

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your side, # Or I will be giving you everything I've got.

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# Won the sun has caught your eyes and you want to go down, # Or I

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will be following close, making sure you take care, # And if you

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hit the wrong notes, I won't leave you.

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# I will be giving you everything It is old for Ed McKeever and the

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quiet man lets out a roar! -- it is gold. Jamaica are the gold

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medallists again! And it is a new world record smashed into pieces.

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Luke Campbell is the Olympic bantamweight champion. He polled a

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