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Good afternoon and welcome back to Olympic Park. A patch of land here

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in London that has gripped the focus of much of the world. But it

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is just part of the story. There are a Olympic venues all over the

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country and we will keep you up-to- date with the latest headlines. But

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straight to the ExCel Arena for the boxing. Women competing for the

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first time in the Olympics. And Nicola Adams has already guaranteed

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Nicola Adams has already guaranteed Adams!

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Nicola Adams raises her right fist in triumph after that announcement

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from the stadium announcer. That introduction it received a

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rapturous round of applause. And this is a battle between

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familiar rivals. The winner will progress through to the gold medal

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band. So the first of the schedules four two minute rounds. The

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diminutive figure of Mary Kom representing India. And her

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opponent, representing Great Britain, wearing blue, it is Nicola

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Adams. These boxes are familiar rivals, they met at the quarter

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final stage of the most recent world championships in China. On

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that occasion it was Nicola Adams who won by the slimmest of margins.

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Adams just launches an attack. Adams is going to go into this full

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of confidence after that earlier world Championship result. But Mary

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Kom has had the experience. She is a five-times world Championship

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gold medallist. She has the confidence and the experience. She

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will approach this as she would any other fight.

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Mary Kom has had a glittering career going all the way back to

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2001. Adams just launched a good attack a few moments ago. She is

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naturally the smaller boxer. Both of them just engaging in a few

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clinches just to try to assert their strength and dominance over

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each other. Keeping themselves out of the weight of any incoming

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end to the first round of this that 51 kg flyweight his semi-final. It

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is Nicola Adams who leads the. You have to conjure a better with

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Europe rear hand. Get your front foot that little bit

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closer. Her coach there saying she just needs to be quicker with the

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back hand. She caught Mary Kom very

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effectively. She just needs to continue to do that, wait for her

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to come, they take a step back and a step to the side and land that

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winner will progress through to the gold medal bout.

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Cheers of "GB" ringing out. The atmosphere has been electric.

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will thrive on this Challenge. Five times world champion. She has been

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coached by it the world class coach, Alwin Belcher. He has certainly

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contributed to the fact that she has such superior food work. --

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footwork. Wonderful that women are now able

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to compete. Nicola Adams began boxing at an after-school club in

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Leeds. She found a natural talent for it. But as a junior sheep

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really struggled to get bouts. It was not until she entered the

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senior bounce that she could compete more regularly against

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other women in the boxing ring. Quite an untidy tangle there.

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seems Mary Kom is just struggling to find a way around Nicola's speed.

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Nicola seems to grow with confidence as the fight progresses.

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A two-point advantage at the end of the first round now extended to

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three. It was straight punching like that

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that allowed Adams to eke out that advantage to a further point.

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to begin in Mount number three. -- Kom losing her balance. Adams using

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her advantage in height and reach to good effect. Mary Kom at a

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considerable size disadvantage up in his dry wit division. -- fly

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weight. She is pinned to the roads by Adams.

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This is fantastic from Adams. She is landing stronger and stronger

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shops as she grows in confidence. Forcing Mary Kom to dive in, so

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uncharacteristically for her. It shows how clever a boxer Adams is,

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causing Mary Kom a lot of problems. The final 30 seconds of this the

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third round. Mary Kom continuing to find a way inside that long reach

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that Nicola Adams possesses. She switches feed on a regular

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basis, causing confusion for Mary Kom. She seems a little bit baffled.

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She has got to change her tactics to the ropes. Go to rock left hand,

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right hand there. Practically running towards the Mary Kom as she

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retreats towards the corner. A couple of familiar faces in the

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crowd. Prime Minister David Cameron. And Amir Khan.

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How crucial it was his silver medal success in keeping that funding

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going for British boxing. Nicola Adams the last British woman

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standing as we move into the 4th and final round of this semi-final.

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The winner will progress through to the gold medal bout.

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Mary Kom has struggled to compete with the speed and movement and

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superior size that Nicola Adams possesses.

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Just simple boxing, that is all you need. Adams attacking with

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combinations. Adams cannot afford to switch off.

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Concentration it is going to be crucial in this final 40 seconds.

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The referee allowing for boxers to work away on the inside. Adams did

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well there to get out of that clinched. She needs to be careful,

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not to become lackadaisical. Good left-hand byte Adams. That was an

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illegal blow from Mary Kom. But also illegal to turn your back on

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your opponent. Mary Kom continuing to compete

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until the final bell. But one suspects she has not done enough.

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She has done enough to book a place in the Olympic gold medal bout.

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Absolutely beaming from ear to ear. Even though Mary Kom competed in

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spirited fashion, one suspects she has not done enough to overturn

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what was a significant advantage in favour of Adams. It illustrates

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what a talent Megan that Adams is. She really puzzled Mary Kom right

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from the first bell. And the Indian boxer struggles to find her way

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around her speed and footwork. A pensive bite of the lips for

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Nicola Adams. Will it be made official?

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The winner by a score of 11 points to six, for Great Britain, Nicola

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Adams! Nicola Adams. She moves into the gold medal bout. A well

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deserved foul to all sides of this capacity filled the arena. A

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handshake from her coach. And now she will have her eye on the Top

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Spot of the Olympic medals rostrum having booked a place in the final.

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And her opponent in that final is the No. 1 seed. A familiar rival.

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And her nemesis because they have The final of the 51 kg of flyweight

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division will take place on 9th Just to see everybody standing up

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at the end to celebrate at win, there were people questioning

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whether women's boxing would take off at these Olympics, and you only

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need to look at the emotion to know that it has. Nicola Adams speaks to

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us now. From the moment she walked into this ring, that smile has been

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beaming across your face. Something tells me you are happy to be in the

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final. I am so happy to be participating. I am in the final.

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All I want to do is make my mum proud, my friends and family, and I

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think I have done that today by getting into the final. As the

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five-time world champion, you were not going to take her lightly.

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I beat her in the world championships to qualify but I did

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not want to take her lightly. You have to be special to be a five-

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time world champion, but that just shows my class today to beat her

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again into the final. Having picked up three world silver medals, how

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motivated are you to make that silver a gold medal for Great

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Britain? Massively, I want that gold. Words can't express how much

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I want it. Nobody will remember the three silver medals I got in the

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worlds if I get the gold. It would mean the world to me. You have made

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everybody exceptionally proud. One fight to go. Congratulations.

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you. Fantastic! Congratulations, Nicola!

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We are smiling as much as she is. I love the way her mum still worries

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when she is on a night out! We are now going to see Katie tamely in

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action from Ireland -- Katie Taylor. She is a sporting icon on the

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Emerald Isle. Let's see whether she can repeat her success. If she wins

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 47 seconds

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final. The first of a scheduled Taylor of Ireland, in red. -- but

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taller boxer. Her opponent is representing Tajikistan, she is

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familiar with one another. They met at the semi-final stage of the most

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recent world championships. On that occasion, on which to her fourth

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world championship title, Katie Taylor prevailed in that semi-final,

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concentration will be absolutely on the task at hand, to secured a

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place in the final match for the gold medal position. She has to

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were little punches to the back of their heads. Rabbit punches are

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illegal. The cry of Ireland". Katie Taylor is being sued to the rafters

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in front of her adoring supporters advantage of three points to one.

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Katie Taylor's coach is telling her that she needs to age a bit closer

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with her feet first before she throws be one-two-three attack.

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Great combinations that Katie is known so well for. She just needs

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to get a seat in before she throws them. Confirmation of the scoreline.

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The decibel level continues to rise. The first about that Katie Taylor

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appeared in, it was against Natasha Jonas, and the decibel level was at

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over 130 decibels, and scientists say that a jumbo jet taking off his

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110 decibels! That gives you an idea of the type of atmosphere

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European champion. Her opponent, from Tajikistan, just 19 years of

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punch from Katie Taylor but she got everybody as though they are a

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world champion. That is the mark of the true champion, they see the

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same level of dedication and ability in their opponent. Never

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underestimate your opponent. That is one of the reasons why Katie

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Taylor has remained on top for so long. Katie Taylor has embraced the

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pressure of being world number one and she continues to assert her

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dominance. But she got caught again by Chorieva on the way in with a

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as well. As the bell sounds, bringing about an end to the second

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round, that two point advantage has exceptionally well on the counter.

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Very few people can counter the speed of Katie Taylor and she is

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doing exactly that. Perhaps not getting quite as many points on the

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board as perhaps she should have done. Her coach says he wants Katie

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to finish with a left hook as she from the crowd as we head into the

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third-round! The four-time world championship, gold medallist and No.

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1 seed in the tournament, from Ireland, Katie Taylor. Chorieva,

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Just 19 years of age, representing path into the ring. Chorieva, she

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has now been warned for goading Taylor, for her bravado, by the

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for both of these women. Katie Taylor is coached by her father,

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Peter. He was a light heavyweight copy her dad, they would shadow box

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wanted a son and she was raised as a son, and he was a passionate

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referee is not happy. The crowd love it. The crowd are raising the

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volume level once again. The advantage in favour of the No. 1

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starting to find her range a lot better now Chorieva one. -- better

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now on Chorieva. She called Katie a couple of times but Katie will not

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change in tactics being employed by a Chorieva, because she knows she

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has a significant deficit and she's one of 44 qualified boxers

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competing in London 2012 who benefited from the expertise,

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coaching, medical back-up and nutrition are provided at the

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held once again in Cardiff and conducted by the US former Olympic

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coach, Tom quarter. More showmanship being demonstrated by

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Chorieva. Anything to try to take Katie Taylor's mind offers the game.

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A little bit late for that showmanship now. She needs to

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concentrate perhaps a little bit more the tactics at hand. Katie is

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far too professional and experienced to be falling for these

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Games. The atmosphere that is being generated by these Games is quite

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remarkable. Katie Taylor, a revered figure for her native Ireland, the

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flag-bearer for the team. Reports from Ireland suggest that employers

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are making special arrangements for staff so they can watch this very

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about that is taking place in the medley of the afternoon in London.

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Special dispensation has been given to staff to watch Katie Taylor book

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a place in the gold medal bout after another marathon performance!

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She knows she has done enough! She blows a kiss of congratulations to

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all of her adoring fans, encircling her at this wonderful Abbey Theatre

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for boxing, the XL arena for a London -- at this amphitheatre. In

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a few moments, Katie Taylor will be able to bask in the wonderful

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reception she is receiving before getting her mind back on the job

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and focusing on what will surely be the gold medal fight in his

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inaugural women's boxing Olympics events forced --. Her strength and

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jumping for joy in the corner. Confident that Katie Taylor of

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winner by a score of 17 points to nine, representing Ireland, Katie

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Taylor. Katie Taylor gives thanks as having

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secured her place in the Gold medal bout. And just look at the

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reception she is receiving from this crowd that is filled to

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capacity of the ExCel Arena. The world number one, the four-time

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world Championship gold medallist. Underlining her status as the

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overwhelming favourite for the Olympic gold. Katie Taylor,

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absolutely superb. A consummate professional in this women's boxing

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game. She has been an amazing ambassador for this sport for so

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many years. And just listen to that many years. And just listen to that

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support from the crowd. What a win. She demolished her

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opponent. And we should say congratulations Katie Taylor. And

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also to these fantastic Irish fans, such a love for their country and

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their sporting icons. They are lighting up the ExCel Arena. For

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three times louder than a jumbo jet taking of!

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KT, 10,000 Irish fans singing your praises as you make your way into

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the Olympic final. What a yurt emotions right now? It is

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incredible. It is a cream -- a dream come true. 10,000 Irish

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people here. And to be in the Olympic final, I feel like I am in

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heaven. A with this crowd behind you, does it add any extra pressure

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on will you just soak it up and use it in the ring? It is going to be a

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50-50 fight tomorrow and the pressure is going to be on both of

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us. It is just like any other fight, really. You have definitely got the

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silver medal but the job is only half done. Definitely. I have to go

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back and focus for tomorrow. Do it for all these people who came to

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support me, it is an amazing feeling. No doubt they will be once

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again there for the final. Congratulations.

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What an amazing crowd. What a talent. Remarkably today a British

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newspaper claimed that Katie Taylor was British which caused uproar.

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One person wrote in to say, it feel free to claim Ronan Keating!

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Tomorrow that final, it will be a Tomorrow that final, it will be a

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 47 seconds

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from the centre of the ring. Cancan incredibly accomplished on

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the back foot. The third of being from Texas, she receives assistance

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from another notable Olympian, the legendary George Foreman.

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Ren gets through with another right hand. She is facing a deficit

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gap by two points. I think that hook landed on one or two

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occassions. Esparza allowed Ren to counter and move off. She launched

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her attacks from the centre of the round of this semi-final. Esparza

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receiving inspirational advice from her corner. Ren has led at the end

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of each of the completed three rounds. Ren's coach telling her she

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is just too far away. Just passing the halfway stage in this final

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round. The winner will progress to the gold medal bout. Ren is the

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number one seed. Esparza a world champion bronze medallist from 2006.

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She will have to do something to overturn that points deficit.

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Esparza needs to go twice and catch her on the ropes. Going into that

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final round. There was plenty of aggression. But was it effective

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enough to overturn that two-point deficit?

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We saw that Clear right hand been landed by Esparza. The winner will

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progress through to the gold medal bout.

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The losing semi-finalist guaranteed a bronze medal. Victory is

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uppermost in the minds of both of these boxers who will progress

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through to the gold medal bout. winner by a score of 10.28, in the

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red corner, representing the People's Republic of China, a

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Cancan Ren! She will contest the first ever women's boxing Olympic

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title after she controlled proceedings very well indeed to

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prevail by a scoreline of 10 points to eight. We saw her it secure its

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experience shining through towards the end, using her foot work

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the end, using her foot work effectively.

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Another great afternoon of boxing. A big day today. 16 different

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sports. Here is what else has been 10,000m champion Mo Farah had to

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work hard but came through his 5,000m Keet. -- heat. Caster

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Semenya reached the semi- tomorrow of the 800m. Lynsey Sharp of Great

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Britain also through. It was a great morning for Sophie Hitchon,

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7-1.98, her hammer throw booked her place in the final on Friday. And

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British showjumper is now bidding for individual honours.

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And we would join that life just before at 3 o'clock today.

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But now we take you inside the Copper Box. An odd name but an

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exciting place to be. It has been the home of handball in these games.

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We are now in the quarter-final stages today. All the action

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stages today. All the action shortly but first, this guide.

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Handball is played on a court measuring 40 metres by 20 metres

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making it the largest court for any indoor for sport at the Games. The

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goals are three metres wide, two metres in height and they are

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surrounded by the goal area. The ball is between 54 and 60

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centimetres in size. Approximately tense and reduce smaller than the

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standard football. Shot can reach over 100 kilometres per hour. 24

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teams will compete for two gold medals. The 12 nations represented

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in the men's event and 12 in the women's. The preliminary stage

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features two pools of six teams. They played in a round-robin format.

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The knockout competition goes all the way to the final. If you would

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It is all about education and entertainment. At this stage they

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have decided to leave the Copper Box and head over to the Basketball

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Arena arena as things really start to hot up. Iceland are the Beijing

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silver medallist and they play Hungary. We join that match in the

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Hungary. We join that match in the Absolute drama here. Time-out to

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Hungary. The opening game in the quarter-finals in his handball

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Hungary are back to full strength. That proved to be a very costly two

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Telling the referee he was holding We are inside the last minute and

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The old fox knows what he is doing, Time-out. What drama! It is almost

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unbearable for the coaches. But it will all come down to these last 22

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seconds. Walid be those who topped Group in Group A? -- will it be? Or

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will Hungary pull off a bit of a It is saved and Hungary have the

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ball. Seven seconds! And they have levelled it! He sends the match

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into extra time! The Icelandic coach cannot believe it! They had a

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penalty to guarantee their place in That is it, the end of the game. It

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is going to be extra time. The coach cannot believe it. Neither of

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It is all to do, all over again It is saved. Deflected wide of the

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90 seconds played in this first period of five minutes of extra-

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Stott played briefly to try to clean up the ball. -- stopped play.

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The resin that they use on their hands makes the ball with the

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And what could be a crucial save. He sportingly apologises, but it

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was tight defending. He was under Smelling salts always help, to keep

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him alert. Less than two minutes remaining in this first period of

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five minutes. Saved again! But a Second round of extra time in this

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The last minute of the first period The Icelanders are making a lot of

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unforced errors here, as they get And that is it. Halfway through

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this period of extra-time. Three Five minutes remaining in this last

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period of extra-time, five minutes of Iceland to close this two goal

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He got his foot to it but it went in! He just went inside his

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goalpost, it could have gone outside! One goal in it. Hungary

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need to keep scoring to par the pressure on. -- pile the pressure

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on. Both sets of fans are screaming Hungary are preparing to take up

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their goalkeeper if needs be in this final spell. That is the foul

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As long as the attacker wears a big way you can still see his number

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underneath, they can bring on another attacker. The pressure is

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back on Iceland. 3 1/2 minutes to They have lost a ball again, the

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Icelanders! Those unforced errors are there! Two minutes and 40

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seconds remaining. Hungary trail by, The player who missed the penalty

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from Iceland is holding a towel to his face, he can barely watch. He

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is in the background, head buried, and he is such a key player

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normally. His team-mates are battling away, draining the last

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resources. They have lost control of the game in the latter stages,

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The keeper could not save that one. A free throw. The clock has been

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stopped. One minute and five seconds remaining. Hungry on the

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Mate Lekai is inside the area! Iceland's ball. 45 seconds to go.

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Iceland need one at last attack. They have to make it count.

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It is all or nothing for it Iceland now.

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The clock has been stopped. 17 it seconds on the clock. Mate Lekai

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goes on. The event specialist. Working alongside Gudjonsson.

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What a crowd pleaser at this has been.

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Still not putting on the extra player. Here he comes now.

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Six seconds and it has gone wide. And that is it. Hungary have one.

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Iceland could not get a why not won Hungary take a famous victory.

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Iceland undone by Gudjonsson's failure to get the penalty.

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They cannot believe that, it is all over. The silver medallists from

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over. The silver medallists from Beijing on going home.

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Congratulations to Hungary. I love the dancing. And more handball

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available now on the red button. France taking on Spain in their

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quarter-final. Another big crowd in the Basketball Arena arena.

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Meanwhile on be busy three we have table tennis, Germany up against a

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Hong Kong. -- on BBC Three. And we will also shortly bring you some

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BMX action on BBC Three S Shanaze Reade begins her campaign.

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The volleyball also available on the red button. This is Argentina

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up against Brazil, the current world champions. So a lot of good

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atmosphere around the park at the moment. People have been asking

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where the Irish party is after that win earlier today by Katie Taylor!

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Just followed the noise! Well we are about to take you to

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another Olympic venue, one which has seen huge crowds, and plenty of

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has seen huge crowds, and plenty of out of the arena.

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Move on, Tina! Silver for Great It is a wait and see game now. This

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could be the first gold medal. And Britain have got the gold.

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This is bold about to happen. She This is bold about to happen. She

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has made history. Whoever made did decision to base

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the equestrian event at Greenwich, well done that man or woman. It is

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now time for the individual competition in the showjumping.

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Earlier today the top 25 riders competed with the top 20

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progressing to round B. The scorers are combined and the top three take

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the medals. Clare Balding is there now. It is normally a bit more

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sedate down there. But with another medal for gold -- for Great Britain

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today the place could erupt. There is nothing sedate about this crowd

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today. So many people saying that they're really nervous. But Nick

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Skelton is not nervous, Scott Brash is not nervous. Scott Brash will be

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coming out third-last. And Nick Skelton will be riding into the

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arena last of all. He will know exactly what he needs to do. It may

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be he has to jump clear to equal somebody else. But I think there is

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a lot of excitement here, that is the main thing. If we are nervous,

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Nick Skelton is not. Sometimes apparently he can get nervous but

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he is sober calm because he knows his animal can jump anything. He

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said earlier I have never felt him stretched, or like he cannot do

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something. That white fence over there, they call it the White Horse

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of Uffington. One rider it is riding at their first Olympic Games,

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the other at his sick. And they both believe they can win gold.

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learning a lot as it goes on. We have six riders who have gone Clear

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and if all six go clear in this final, how do we separate the

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winners from the losers? They go in again on a much shorter course and

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they jump off against the clock. The benefit for Nick Skelton is if

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he goes clear in his round he would still be last to go in the jump off

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and that really helps because you know how many risks you need to

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take. Ben Maher, he knocked down one fence, is he now out of the

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medals? Probably. It is very sad for him. He was keeping an eye on

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the clock because there were quite a few riders with one time fault.

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He got one fence down because he was trying to go quicker. It might

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not be enough for him. And that shows how tiny the margins are.

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Just a fraction of, that can be expensive. Nick Skelton was

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explaining that he just cannot push this horse far enough. The quality

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of that force is why he is still competing. And now we will find out

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whether he is indeed an Olympic gold medallists. Some of the riders

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come at some countries have spent a lot of money buying in quality

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animals but this is world-class competition and all of them are

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competition and all of them are hand you over to the final round

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with Great Britain in the hunt for a medal or two.

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The Ukrainian rider now, was born in Brazil and moved to Ukraine in

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2009. Let us go round the course with

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Andy Austen. The width of the oxer going into

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the double catches him out. Safely over that one. This track not as

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technical as the first round. But they need Scope and power.

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Time is important. There is a big loop around here. This is the long

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run to the last couple of jumps. Has got to get home in 80 seconds.

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It is going to be very close. He has jumped it! Inside the time

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allowed of 80 seconds. Rivetti gets a total of nine.

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Because the time is so tight, if the riders add up anywhere, they

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could get a time fault. Now the man from Switzerland. Paul

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this morning's round. This Irish mare keeps trying and

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trying. Such a lovely athlete. He has got him the extra stride.

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Now he has got to move up quickly, make up some time. He is not going

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that quickly around here. I think he could be in trouble.

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Lovely technique over the narrow vertical.

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She is jumping her heart out, this mare. Just a bit worried he is not

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quite quick enough. He was not too worried about the

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time but he is going to struggle to get there in the 80 seconds. The it

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is the famous cutty Sark fence. Cutty Sark of course just anchored

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down on the Thames. One time fault. That leaves him a score of 10 in

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total for both rounds. Just a touch on the vertical, that was his

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mistake. Tried so hard on the combination, just did not push up

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They have been together for 11 years. He would love to give George

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Morris, the retiring manager, a very successful American manager,

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something to cheer about. He comes in with a score of five after round

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one. It is fascinating to watch Rich Fellers right. 16-year-old.

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ability. He trusts him to run forward and jumped carefully. The

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ground is absolutely superb. Moving up a gear. They have to go around

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this island. Try and get a round in 80 seconds. Now he is motoring and

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leaning forward, opening his stride Finishes with a clear round for the

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United States of America! He is the man who throws the gauntlet down.

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22 have come forward for this round. We go in reverse order. Six clear

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rounds for America. How far can this man climb with a clear round?

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Such a brave little horse. He is only barely 16 hands. But my

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goodness me, does he drive. Putting everything into that last fence.

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What a lovely fence. George Morris is in his 70s now. He has been a

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great man for the United States of America. They won gold four years

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ago but no medals this time. So this course, there is just a couple

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of options where the riders have to make big decisions. Running out of

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power as well. He did nothing wrong, Delestre, he just did not have the

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jumpy needed. -- jump that he needed. Always better to try to

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keep the jumps straight, not across which is good. Two down there.

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Finishes on eight with four from the first, so 12. It is a

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combination that could feature in four years time in Rio. Once he had

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got the seven strides, he lost a bit of momentum into the double,

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and it is such a big fence that unless de horse has got ultimate

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power and athletic ability, it is so difficult to jump. We may well

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see the French flag fluttering again because they still have one

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1998, and Olympic champion in Athens, 2004. One of the world's

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greatest horseman, following in the footsteps of his father, Nelson

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Pessoa. He had one fence down in the first round. An elegant and

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stylish rider, very calm under ambition of any athlete, including

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a showjumper, and he is a man who has done it and been there. This

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inexperience course, beautifully ridden by just running out of power

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when it really matters. Ends on of Mexico, they have produced some

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very good rounds. This is the only one to get through to the

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individual final round, Alberto. Another mare. Four faults from the

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has got it. Looking in the comfort zone, and we will not see too many

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courses comfortable in this. -- Many horses. Time could be an issue,

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two to jump and only 80 seconds allowed. Very close!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE. But just all right! He puts his gauntlet down.

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He takes up the lead. But of course there is a long, long way to go.

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Alberto Michan. They have really shown the crowds in London what

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Mexico can do in showjumping. wonderful exhibition, and also

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rider. He pointed to his horse, and he is giving credit to go hoarse,

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but I don't think you rode it badly himself, but great to see him

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giving the credit to this wonderful mare. Now the other Brazilian, who

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bit tired. -- courses. It is a tough competition. He has got the

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power, this horse, but he is not quite snapping up in front. Again...

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Just taking chances with his front legs. He got away with that last

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here and then it rebalance. Beautifully over the last one. But

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he has got a time fault, with the narrowest of margins. He is on five

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for this round. The four from round one this morning, so a total of

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nine. The best scores, America and Flexible, and the Mexican. You can

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see how flat it is, there is very little holding these fences up.

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popular with the crowds. 65 years old. He won team's silver four

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years ago. This man is a true rider from the States, she was only

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a team. Ian Miller is still as good as ever. He has really involved

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with the sport, and he looks every inch a modern, classical rider.

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first round. He has made a great start to this round. Here is the

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scope needed... Didn't quite have enough. Look down into the water

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tray. That is what it is there or exciting. Could he be back again?

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This course is proving to be problematic in various different

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areas, particularly the trouble. Also early, at the distance from

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the Red up right through to the double, and that is where the

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riders have to make a decision on what they are going to do and then

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be able to change their mind quickly depending on how the animal

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approach is that upright. Coming up very soon, Ben Maher on Triplex. He

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is a stallion. So is big stuff. Scott Brash's is a gelding. The

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horses have to be fit and the riders have to be cool in the head.

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Here is proved that the world of show jumping is changing. Colombia,

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only an individual here, but an individual who many thought could

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well go all the way. Got so far into his individual run and the

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mayor is only nine years old. They have gone quite brilliantly. They

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could finish off in style and it would really put Colombia on the

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Smooth and in control. Total balance all the way.

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So careful, this rare. She tries every inch of the way. Just that

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little touch. She has been so good this week but did not get away with

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that one. This animal has impressed everyone this week. It proves again

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how careful these animals have to be. That was the lightest of

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touches. competition. Now for Australia and

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it is Edwina Tops-Alexander. Riding this lovely little animal.

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16 years old. But a wonderful jumping machine. Starts this round

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on four. This horse is tiny. But he has got the heart of a lion.

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In the first round he made the kind of mistake we hardly ever see, he

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hit the front of an oxer really hard. He did not quite make that,

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backed off. Another mistake for one of the world's leading combinations.

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Proving how tough this course came with a great chance but it is

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of this cover just getting caught out for power, the middle of that

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combination is very difficult to jump. And that last fence just

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slightly running out of petrol. Confirmation there of the positions.

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But there are 12 moored now to jump. Six clear rounds. This is where it

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all starts. Ben Maher. He got an unlucky four faults in that first

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disappointed to get that fence down. Because this animal has all the

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capabilities of being an Olympic medallist. I think it may just be

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too far now but to raise at Clear would raise morale for the British

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team. He has to put those Faulds

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completely behind him. Anything can happen in show jumping. A clear

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round here can give him a chance. What an achievement for him to be

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here at this stage with the animal that he has bred and produced all

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the way through his career. He is on the stage with the best in the

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world. And he is good enough, what is more. He has got it all wrong

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there! Big hesitation, did not get to the right place to take off.

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did well to get out of there with just one down.

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I think even if he holds it at four faults, it is not going to happen

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for Ben. He has more than played his part in that team gold. He will

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be disappointed. But he will be out there making sure that Nick Skelton

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and Scott Brash will be in the best frame of mind.

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A total of eight at the London Olympics. Just take a look at what

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happened. Did not seem to get quite where he wanted to. But once he had

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the momentum broken, you can see it come down behind. And that is a

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great shame. The crowd giving him a really good reception.

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Waiting in the wings, Alberto Michan. Here is the man who many

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thought would be a Metalist. -- medallist. Marc Houtzager for the

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Netherlands. He is right at the top of his game. Just once silly

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stile is very open at the bottom. This course making the best in the

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world really work hard for the medals.

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This is a combination thought to be among us a medal contenders. It is

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not going to happen for them. not going to happen for them.

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A total of eight. And we had now into the top 10.

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They either had one fault or they jumped clear inside the time. And

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among the 60, a kind O'Connor from Ireland, Scott Brash and Nick

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Skelton from Great Britain. Then there will go back to his team-

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mates and feedback anything he thinks that is relevant. You could

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see the disappointment in his face. As he walked out there and accepted

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the applause of the crowd I think that is the first time he let

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himself be part of the big occasion that is the Olympic Games. And I

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feel for him that he will not go away with an individual medal, but

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team gold is not bad as consolation! Nobody living in Great

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Britain has had a team gold for showjumping because it has not been

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showjumping because it has not been done since 1952!

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Back now with the top 10. The only lady rider in the top 10,

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from Portugal. 41 years old. One time fault.

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If she jumps clear it will really put on the pressure for the last

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line to go. Luciana so elegant and stylish.

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There is the power we're talking about. Jumped that really well with

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inches to spare. She just kicked, lost as Derek

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Boswell. It has all gone completely wrong. -- a stirrup as well. What a

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shame. It all went wrong at the end. That would not have helped her

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balance. A total of ten for her. Michan climbing up the leaderboard.

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She lost her cool. She jumped the combination so well and went to the

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next vertical on a horrible long stride. She lost her balance as

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well. Such a shame at the end of the course. That is the pressure of

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these riders are under. Not the kind of mistake she normally would

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make. Gerco Shroder. Is he going to deliver it now? He is on a score of

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the ability but as some stallions we have seen in the past, does he

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always concentrate? Gerco Shroder rarely makes a

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mistake. Super cool under pressure. He had the last fence down in the

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Europeans a year ago in Madrid which lost in a European

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Championship. He tried hard not to do the same thing again. Motoring

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around that corner. Trying hard not to pick up another time fault.

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Opening up his stride. Still clear Schroder! 34 years old, his second

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Olympics, and he has certainly given himself a chance. Probably

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only an outside chance, but it is in this round, and that a time

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fault can prove to be so expensive. But that is the ability and power

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at the need to jump clear. -- they considered as a contender for a

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medal win this tournament started, 49-year-old Schwizer. The horse

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that Switzerland has won medals went at the Olympics. This man has

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a style all of his own but he was another one to fall foul of the

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combination is right up there, 1.59. It is so difficult to be careful

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over the vertical and had the power to jump the ones in the middle.

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They are going to pieces, as we combination, struggling to jump

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through discourse. Again, but time fought for the previous round. He

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previous round. He is in equal 7th did not quite happen for Shwizer.

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The horse did not just have the from Britain, one from Ireland, one

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from France and one from Germany to jump with a clear round in the

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first round. The first is from the ridden in four Olympics, this is

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his 5th. 41 years old. Their won individual bronze in Sydney and

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really has got some power offer of the floor. Just got away with that

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rattling, he got close to that fence! He was riding his luck. Give

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riders with one time fault of still can get a medal, anything can

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happen. He is giving this everything. The Saudi Arabians have

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got better and better the further we have got into this showjumping

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time though. He still has got two more jobs to come. I think he is on

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time faults! One in the first round, one in the second round. A score of

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two. He knows that he will not win gold because he has showed in front

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of him, but what a performance. -- The applause is running out for

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Saudi Arabia. With me, a man who won gold for the team but sadly it

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He is normally a great combination jump-off. I can't remember the last

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time he got a combination down but it cost me both rounds today. I was

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perhaps too quick. The he just took a breath and was looking at the

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It has just not happen to Damon. What do you feel the chances are

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for Scott and Nick? It is a good course. Things are going in my

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direction. Some of the riders have got time faults, which will be a

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really expensive, so his fingers crossed. Everybody now holding

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their breath, particularly for viewers in Ireland. O'Connor is on

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what happened in 2004 in Athens, when he won the gold and then lost

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it because of an illegal substance being in the course's blood. -- the

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it is a case of the rest joining him. O'Connor is a tough competitor.

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He is riding for his life. He is galloping around to try to make

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sure he does not get a time fault. He has only got a few seconds to

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get home. It will be very close! CHEERING AND APPLAUSE. He is over

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the time. Time will play a part. He He punched the air when he went

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through the finish. He didn't realise he was on a time fault. He

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has just looked up at the scoreboard and realised. They were

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all jumping up and down, screaming and shouting, the Irish team, and

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then they realised. They can't clear round or or will there be a

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zero score. -- and that a zero score. All the experience in the

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world for the French riders. Can he influential. France is out.

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Miller, Ben Maher, they are all on aid. And they are at the moment in

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equal 6th place. Does two a ride is watching with just one time fault

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each, they will be chewing their fingernails -- those two riders

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watching. They could still win medals. He also gets a time fault.

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Adding to the pressure in the 2012 A massive vertical going in. A

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spooky water tray in the middle. Tremendous amount of power and

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athleticism it needed. There are four left to jump that could win

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the individual gold medal for London 2012. 14 Switzerland, one

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for Germany, two for Great Britain. athletic. When you have the extra

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stride, don't forget you have to make up the time somewhere else on

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Now he has to think about time for a medal. What colour will it

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be? He has jumped the first double clear in the individual. He knew it

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this horse had the scope and the quality to jump Olympic Games. And

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he could be right because he could be put in Switzerland on the way to

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an individual medal! The first double clear. Who is going to join

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him? Brilliantly written all the way. -- brilliantly written. What a

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great piece of writing. That was amazing. -- What a great piece of

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riding. My word! Three left to jump. Two from Great Britain and one for

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Germany. It is the 26-year-old to Games. That was two years ago. And

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now he's here jumping for an individual medal at the London

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Olympics. It does not get better. He has got to be clear it and

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forward. That was the plan he had in his mind. Such a tough decision

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to make. And just caught the front rail. It will all be down to Nick

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Skelton for Great Britain now. The double dream has not quite made it

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here. Brilliant ride down the combination. Scott Brash is going

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to be around for many years. He is a Championship rider in technique

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and temperament. And he has done brilliantly at the Olympics this

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time. We will see him again no doubt.

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Good quick time. Desperately Tiny little touch. Did not quite

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get away with it. You sometimes need a bit of luck

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but not on this occasion. He is such a professional, such a

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perfectionist. A little shake of his head. There is the situation.

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Two to go. Marcus Ehning. On a Dutch-bred stallion. One of the

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greatest riders there has been in the past 10 or 15 years. He would

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love this vital. Germany have not had a good games so far in the

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showjumping. This animal is so powerful. It is unbelievable how

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markers sits so quietly. There you are, sometimes such a powerful

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animal is not always careful. This is fascinating now.

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The riders with one fault could get bronze or silver, it all depends on

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a round from Britain's Nick Skelton. He will be back. Safely over of the

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line. That will be a total of nine for both rounds.

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Not the muddle that he wanted. Now the crowd started to roar because

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the next man, the last man to jump in the showjumping discipline of

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London 2012 is Nick Skelton. With Big Star. This is the moment he

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have -- has dreamt of. You will see this man dig very deep

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to get himself a second Olympic making up some time. He cannot

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afford a time fault. Britain are out of the individual medals, I am

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afraid. They tried so hard. It is a round of four faults for Nick

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Skelton. So near and yet so far. Nick Skelton takes his hat off. It

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has been a great Olympic Games for the man. He was in the Queen's

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birthday honours with an OBE eat and he has deserved that. The

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Olympic gold medallist, it is Steve Guerdat. But we have a jump-off for

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the silver and bronze. Schroder and O'Connor. The drama is

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not finished yet. What an not finished yet. What an

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afternoon! Will bring you news of that jump

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off shortly. Let me go straight to Clare Balding. How are you feeling?

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We thought that Nick Skelton might have done it. I just wonder, the

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crowd where excited and the commentator actually came on to

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silence them. I'm not saying that is what caused the fans to come

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down. He has been jumping his 6th round and that is probably taking

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its toll. But it is such a tense sport to watch. Especially being

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here, you stop breathing. You're trying not to say anything out line.

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But 20,000 people are all making a tiny noise and that multiply is

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into something bigger. I'm desperately disappointed for Nick

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Skelton because I know how much he believed in this animal. He

:09:19.:09:27.

probably will think it is his fault, that is what most riders do. But

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the thing is, it went wrong for Nick Skelton in Athens, I feel

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sorry for him that it has gone wrong again now. And so costly

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because you slip from leading to dropping down completely out of the

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medals. The same thing for Scott Brash, but he has definitely more

:09:49.:09:54.

years ahead of him. Nick Skelton has got a back operation coming up,

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you never know how he is going to come back after that. You heard the

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list of all these injuries. It is amazing that he can still walk! But

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he certainly writes brilliantly well. The team gold is a huge

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highlight. But when he comes in last, he knows he could have gone

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for it did jump-off but sadly that is not the case. I know this is not

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rise to watch, but let us take a look at the moment he took that

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fence down. It looked relatively easy? The difficult stuff had

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already happened. You could hear the reaction of the crowd when it

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fell. Nick said to me before that he had learned from Athens that you

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cannot take your mind off it for even one second. Absolute

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concentration is essential and that is a hard thing to do especially

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when the competition has been as long as it has. It is exhausting.

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It is emotionally draining. And you do not even know how much you have

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taken out of yourself. You have no idea what effect that has upon you,

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that a ship at getting the team gold. Michael Phelps was speaking

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about that, he said that you do have to control everything, you

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have to flatten yourself out after a great win. Nick Skelton is coming

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towards us now and I know he will be absolutely drained by that. Huge

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ovation from the crowd. But that is just a shame. Here we go again.

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heard the announcer trying to silence the crowd was a I did not

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hear that. It is one of those things. He had not touched a jump

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all week. I have been there before and it is the same thing again. I

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will keep going. It is a pity this is done is like it is where we have

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to start equal. If it had been the European Championships I would have

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been two offences in front. All of the British forces had to jump an

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extra round, did that take anything out of him? He is still fresh, he

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could go again. It was just unlucky. It was not meant to be. You are St

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Ihab to carry on. You have got that back operation to come. How are you

:12:50.:12:55.

planning the run-up to the next Games? We are in Dublin next week.

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Perhaps at the end of November if it gets really bad, I might do it

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then. I need three months off and then just keep going, do it again.

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You have a team gold medal and that is such a great achievement.

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would have settled for that before we came. The crowd has been great

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and I feel sorry for them. Baking year to try to get another medal

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today. -- they came here. I feel desperately sorry for Nick

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Skelton but I love his resolve. He will push on. And do not forget our

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first ever dressage medal. So disappointment in the end down

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there in Greenwich. But we cross now to Weymouth. Shirley Robinson

:13:44.:13:54.
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is waiting for us. It has been another busy day. Plenty of focus

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on the 470 crew. The women wear in action today and they ended the

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series on equal points with New Zealand. That will be ahead to head

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for the gold medal on Friday. The man, they had a day off. They go

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head to head with Australia tomorrow.

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An update on the jump-off in the equestrian. Let us talk about the

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49 years. An element of disappointment their? I felt for

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them. They had been together, a lifelong friends. They had the

:14:35.:14:41.

chance of a bronze medal this morning. They gave it a good shot.

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But Denmark took the final muddle. They were disappointed. Four years

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ago in Beijing I saw how high it it was for them to walk away with

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nothing. And they had tears in their eyes today. And what about

:15:00.:15:04.

the match racing quarter-final against Russia? The had a tough

:15:04.:15:08.

week last week but they survive that. There are currently in the

:15:08.:15:14.

quarter-finals. It is the first of three. They are looking as if they

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are ahead of Russia. They are in great shape. If they win today

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there into the semi-finals against Spain. They were nervous last week.

:15:27.:15:32.

But today there are confident command executing everything well.

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They are working together and look really promising for a final on

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Saturday. So lots to look forward Pleased to say that Sue Barker has

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dropped in, and you were pacing around watching Nick Skelton.

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so disappointing for him. He won the gold in the team, but the

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despair of being in that position and missing out again, that is

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tough. Have you recovered from the Velodrome? I feel quite drained.

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When you are in there and working away, you think so much about other

:16:14.:16:18.

things that you almost forget to look at what is really happening on

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