BBC One: Day 15: 19.15-22.10 Olympics


BBC One: Day 15: 19.15-22.10

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Last Saturday was the most remarkable moment in track and

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field history. The man who made a great moment the greatest will be

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hoping to make it a Saturday special, too. Can Mo Farah do it

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 81 seconds

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It is not just Mo Farah that we will be cheering tonight. Guess who

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So much to look forward to, or what should be a very special evening.

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Mo Farah wore the trousers over 10,000 metres. He lines up in the

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5,000, vying to become the 7th man to clinch the long-distance double.

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Surely few would disagree with Usain Bolt's opinion that he is now

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a legend. The man with the Midas touch goes for his third gold of

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these games in the sprint relay. The second fastest man in history,

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Tyson Gay, heads the USA's challenge. They won their heat

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without him in the 4th fastest time in history. Great Britain's final

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shot at a medal in the Olympic Stadium rests with the women's

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4x400 metres relay team, led by individuals severe, Delestre

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Christine Ohuruogu. -- individual silver medallist. And Caster

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Semenya looked supreme to qualify quickest for the final.

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It is a pretty packed timetable It is a pretty packed timetable

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Post athletics, we will have boxing, diving with Tom Daley and the men's

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Plenty of sport elsewhere, which you can watch courtesy of the red

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button and online. The boxing finals will be on there as well.

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Another golden day for Team GB, can Mo add to it? Let's join John

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Inverdale. It is cooler and blustery but we

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have another full house. That makes this the best supported athletics

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event ever. 1.2 million people have been in the stadium since eight

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days ago. A week is a long time in politics, an awful long time in

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athletics. This time last week, three gold medals in 44 minutes.

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Not a single one in 186 hours since, so Britain needs mode badly.

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Michael, Brendan and Denise are here. Brendan, how difficult will

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it be for him to double up? I think it will be tough. I am really

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nervous, especially when I saw the women's 5,000 metres last night.

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Tirunesh Dibaba was a clear favourite for the race and she was

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complaining about the stiffness of the track and the tension of the

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track. It is extremely hard. Mo has been through the 10,000, in and

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around the 5,000. I think it will be tough. If they took him out of

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the race, it would be wide open, you would not know who would win it.

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Hopefully if the tactics come right, we will have an interesting race. I

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do think he can win, but I think it will be extremely tough. If you are

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at the man to beat, as Mo is denied, how does that affect how everybody

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else runs? If you are the man who is outstanding, it will be

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extremely difficult to beat you, then I think it has an effect,

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people are frightened, they don't carry out their own race plan. Mo

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won his first gold medal the other night and he is looking to win his

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second one, then they are not sure if he is a great, great champion or

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just a great champion. We will find out tonight, and I think you might

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be a great, great champion. Michael, your thoughts. I agree, it will be

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difficult. Just like those competitors, we don't really know

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where Mo is, if he is still fatigued from the 10,000. The semi-

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final heat, he did not run great, he complained about being sought.

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He has had a few days to get himself together. We also know he

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is an Olympic champion, the world champion at 5,000. He has a

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tremendous amount of confidence that he didn't have before. All of

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those things playing to it. It makes it a bit difficult to know

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what to expect. Those family and friends you saw there in the stand.

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Having won won gold Balogh, I am not saying that tonight is of less

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importance -- having won one gold medal. Does it make it easier?

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don't think any 5,000 metres race is easy but it gives him a

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psychological advantage over his competitors. I think they fear him,

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because they don't know what he can do or how fast he can really go.

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His legs might be heavy, but I am really hoping he can rise above it

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and use this fantastic energy. don't underestimate how hard this

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is to do. It was done in 1956. The great champions have done it and Mo

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would be joining a very elite bunch. It is a very elite bunch. It would

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be wonderful if Mo Farah could join that bunch of athletes. It is a

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title which has been won on more occasions than other doubles. We

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have only had one British man when a double in the Olympic Games, that

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was in 1920 in the 800, and 1500. Kelly Holmes did it in 2004. It

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would be great to have a man in that same league. Every Saturday we

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come here, Mo wins a gold medal. are going to let you go. Brendan

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will be describing the race for us. There is a lot more happening. Not

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least, the end of the evening. Don't think you can leave after

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Mo's rays. The final event of the entire programme will be the fall

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by 400 relay. -- the 4x400 relay. Michael, how much will it be USA

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watching Jamaica, and vice versa, or going for it, and so the risk of

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the batten going down, who knows what can happen? A big part of the

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relay is the batten exchange. -- I think the US has had enough of

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dropping the baton. I am hoping we are going to be in for a really

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good race. It could be a tight race between the US and Jamaica. They

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will be watching one another. 9:00pm tonight, your clock setting

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moment for the 4x100 finale to these championships. Before that,

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it is the women's 4x400, and it is not be on the realms of possibility

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that Great Britain will have a medal chance. Perri Shakes-Drayton

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has been drafted into the British quartet. We are not sure what the

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order will be but we will know more Mo, fly and go for it, because this

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settle down for what should be an enthralling 15 minutes or so. You

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can't guarantee if he will win this race, but I am pretty sure it will

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come down to a last-lap sprint of some description. Let's look at the.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 81 seconds

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aspirations of winning this race. It doesn't belong to Mo Farah. This

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is his stage. It is his home, here, it is his house, if you like, his

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crowd. But it is not his gold medal that glorious night. We will talk

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about that for a long time. Are we to witness another chapter for Mo

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Farah? There is the former world youth champion from Kenya, he

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finished 4th last year in the World Championships final, which Mo Farah

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won. The runner from Uganda, the double Commonwealth champion in

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Delhi. A championship that Mo Farah did not contest. There will be a

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big welcome for the silver medallist, Galen Rupp. Mo Farah's

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training partner. Barrios of Mexico. The Pan-American champion last year.

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7th in the Olympics four years ago. Ibrahim off, a former Ethiopian, he

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Bronze-medal in Daegu last year. Cameron Levins from Canada. A huge

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improvement this year. He can kick. Lopez Lomong, a former refugee

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himself. Moved up well to the 5,000. Former training partner of Mo

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Farah's. And Abdalaati Iguider, just held on to a bronze medal.

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Bernard Lagat has won a bronze and silver at the Olympics. And a gold

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and two silvers at world level. Hagos Gebrhiwet, just 18. Second

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fastest junior of all time. Here we of the other competitors, along

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with Yenew Alamirew. If anybody can cheer him to a gold medal, surely

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we have just heard it. That could crowd at roars the athletes over

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the start line to set out. On a journey which will end who knows

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where for Mo. He could put himself in a position which no a British

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man has ever managed to do before. I was looking at Mo Farah and I am

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thankful I am not him. There are a couple of ways I would be thinking

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about it. You run hard, making a hard, hard race, and possibly

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sacrifice your own chances. Obviously, that is not happening

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yet. Another thing I would consider is getting in front of him with the

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last 600. That is the part Mo likes and there will be -- there will

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have been much discussion among the athletes and coaches - how do you

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beat him? Hayle Ibrahimov has decided he is not going to wait any

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longer. So a bit of a job to get going, just to make them feel as

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though they were loosening up. With the world lap -- with the world

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record, every lap averaged 60 seconds. But now the race gets

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going and gets under way, and they are opening up the gap. The only

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way I have been thinking about this is, the three Ethiopian is in the

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race, not the best we have ever seen, but enough of them to run as

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a team. They have done it in other races in this Games so I would not

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be surprised to see them get to the front and share some of the pace.

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But they want to get the race going before too long because it reduces

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in length and, Mo Farah, don't forget, is already going to have

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completed 50 laps of the track by the time he finishes tonight.

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Bernard Lagat, as you mentioned earlier, a very, very good athlete.

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But I don't think anybody has had such support, the support Mo Farah

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has tonight. The crowd will make that difference and I think he will

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be delighted with this reception. It helps your confidence, boost

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your confidence, and he looks OK. They are fairly content to let him

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do the early pacemaking, Hayle Ibrahimov. But it is very slow by

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world 5,000 metres standards. The Kenyans went have had their

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discussions with the Ethiopians. -- will not have had. Mo goes around

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the outside and the response from the crowd, just a taster of what is

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to come. Everybody is doing here is just teasing them a bit. Yes, and

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also he did enjoy the support of the crowd there. A couple of

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athletes in the field, including Oleksandr Bondar, who can shed the

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pace with Mo. -- including Galen Rupp. -- who can share the praise.

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So, Mo doing everything right, just like he did the other night in the

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10,000. Doing everything the way he should be. Lopez Lomong, rather

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surprisingly leading things at this stage. He has got to a reasonable

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kick. And in the background, Koech. A brilliant Kenyan youngsters. He

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will have learned a lesson from the World Championships last year,

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where they rammed really slowly. And then the big burn up at the end.

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-- they ran. Farah came out on top. I am not sure the likes of Koech

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will want to watch Lagat. Though he will not go to the front. That is

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one person we can write off in terms of dictating. Just completing

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four laps. We are now running a two-mile race. Not a 5,000-metre

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race because they have not been running, they have been jogging.

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The interesting statistics of this race will come out when we see how

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fast they go in the last 1,000, 2000 metres. And I am sure

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eventually, with eight laps to go, they will have to stop thinking.

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Their minds will be working like computers. -- they will have to

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start thinking. Eventually, somebody is going to make this tell

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in terms of endurance. It will not just be a sprint finish. This one

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has to be a bit more than a rush over the last couple of laps, and I

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am sure these athletes will realise they have got to make the others

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pay. Mo is just keeping an eye on the likes of Yenew Alamirew, coming

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a bit closer to the front. They're just sensing he is ready to go.

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Another very slow 1,000-metre section. The longer it goes on like

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this, the likes of Abdalaati Iguider comes into play. Could be a

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danger and they don't want to give such -- people like that a chance.

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A very unstructured 5,000-metre race. Just over 3,000 remaining and

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it is time somebody did something about it. Mo's team-mate Galen Rupp

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it moves to the front. Mo Farah, just working his way through.

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Sometimes when you are running this slowly, your nerves start to take

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off and you worry somebody will relent. Here's Hayle Ibrahimov

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again, who is running quickly. And they are saying, OK, at Galen Rupp,

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is it time for us to go? Mo said to him in one race, don't worry, you

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don't need to go yet. So they are communicating out there. Whether

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the Ethiopians are at the moment, I doubt. They are all over the place.

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He cannot have expected to be leading this. They are all waiting

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for Farah or somebody to do something. Lagat realising he

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should get closer here. Six laps to go. Still a long way to go for any

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individual to make a strike for home. Maybe a few taking turns to

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push the pace on. For the first time, Lomong is just reacting. He

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can see Yenew Alamirew on his shoulder. No race plan just yet.

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Eventually, something will unfurled but the nerves are jangling and the

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crowd is getting excited. We are watching our only distance running

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gold medallist here. Mo Farah in a race where he is already the world

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champion. The world champion at 50101000. The Olympic champion at

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10,000. -- the world champion at 5,000 metres and 10,000 metres.

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This is a 2,000-metre race. No distance running event here. Yenew

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Alamirew doing a little bit. Let's see what he is doing. That is to be

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discounted. Let's see what happens over the next five laps. Yenew

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Alamirew is sharing the lead with his team mate. Then the third of

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the Ethiopian MC: 180! Hagos Gebrhiwet. And then further

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back. The group with Lagat, Farah and Lomong. Didn't panic when the

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pace came on. They don't need to make a big surge to come to the

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front. He will want to make sure he doesn't allow these gaps. Just

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needs to get a bit closer. Dejen Gebremeskel just deciding... They

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are coming down and four laps to go. Mo Farah realises he has got to

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take over. Mo Farah, once again, taking on the might of Africa. Mo

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Farah in 5th. And that was hard to do when they are going at that sort

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of praise, to move through from the back. You don't want to give them

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too much space. And that is why he knew it was time to move up. He was

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too far away and now he is closer. The two better Ethiopians here

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exchanging the duties. Pushing on. Every lap will get harder and

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harder and the legs will get more and more tired, the breathing will

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get heavier and heavier. But for Farah at the moment, he still looks

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fairly relaxed. Two 62nd laps, so really now it is about judgment. --

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two 60-second laps. Another quick lap there and they are accelerating

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all the time. And you have got to be in a position where Mo Farah is

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now. You have got to try to win it from there. One thing working in

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his favour is that one of his big rivals, Dejen Gebremeskel, is

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having to do the work at the front. He gave them a glance and said, I

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am right here, boys. Do your best! But that might be where the threat

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comes from, if with Lagat. Farah is in the perfect place. He likes to

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go from 600, from where he can strike home. He has done everything

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right once again in this 5,000- metre race. He has positioned

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himself perfectly and he has not put a foot wrong today. Now, when

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he sees two laps to go, the Mo plan will be to stage it, gauge it, were

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kit from here. The next 20 Committee's has got to be for real.

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-- work it. For the next time he has got to do it for real. He is

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just sensing the way to hold on to position is to get to the front now.

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This is positioning and this is putting himself in a place where

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but nobody can cut in front of him. He has got the lead when he wants

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it, with 600 to go. Now the pressure will start to be applied.

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They know it. Lagat is close. And now he says, right, you and I,

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let's hold it. Words are exchanged. The bell will sound in 100 metres

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time and he has got to be very careful he does not let anybody

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getting ahead of him. He wants to run at race. He is doing it right.

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It is going to be a fierce last lap. Mo is going to go for it. He is

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running himself into a medal position. He is running perfectly

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well and he has got a chance now but he has got to try to steal it.

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The dangerous 1,500 metre man is in third place now. Lagat there but

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still chances. Farah holding the inside. The crowd on their feet!

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They are trying to roar him on! The man in third looks dangerous to me.

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The arms have got to pump, the knees have got to come up hi. -- up

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high. I think he is going to get there! Two gold medals for Great

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Britain! Beautiful! He he is the double Olympic champion! My words

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cannot do justice to how I feel! Have you ever seen anything like

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that? Have you ever seen a man so full of confidence in his own

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ability? Control... Almost eighties at times. Tested to the fold and

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To have a man who now joins they are there Double-winners -- who

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joins the other Double-winners. He did it in a style which had

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everybody at -- everybody around us standing and cheering. 80,000

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people and I'm pretty sure millions in their front rooms, shouting him

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home. That was absolutely fantastic. He did everything right in the race.

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When it came to it, our statistician was working almost as

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hard as Mo Farah. He ran four minutes for the last mile. He ran

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52.9 for the last lap. He has worked well, he has trained so well.

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There is his wife and daughter. That was the moment in the history

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of British athletics. This man is now among the greats, and it has

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been such a privilege, watching them grow up and direct. Here they

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come, in the home straight. -- watching him grow up and do it.

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This is what he has done so brilliantly. There he goes, the

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bell sounds. The secret of distance running is unfounded. Mo Farah says,

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I am in the front, and if you want to come past me, you have to go

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much faster than this. He is still not flat out yet. He is working

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here, they are giving him a start, a few yards. They need that few

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yards. But on the crown of the bend, Mo Farah, he has five athletes

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around him. He is in a position where it is vulnerable. They can

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see him and all they can do is sense. He comes into the finishing

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straight, he gets a bit of a bump from the Kenyan. Now Mo Farah, this

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is your chance, the chance to go into the record books as one of the

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all-time greats. And he is now one of the all-time greats. A fantastic

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athletic performance. The best I have ever seen by a British athlete

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by miles. He has done the double. We were looking for it and this

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stadium is my favourite stadium in the world. Every Saturday you come

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here, Mo Farah wins a gold medal. How good is that? This is fantastic.

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We watched him as a junior, we watched him grow up. He is now a

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senior, he is now the greatest. Mo Farah, double Olympic champion. I

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would never get tired of saying it. Mo Farah, double Olympic champion.

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I told you I would not get tired! This is the greatest moment I have

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witnessed in British athletics. It is a privilege to be here. You feel

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the same, and he is a great lad. have lost my voice. I nearly

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sward... Sorry! It has been in a great cause. He is in a place where

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it is difficult... I suppose time will judge, comparing him with the

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greats. For the moment, just enjoy Mo. A man in full flow. When you

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see an athlete like this... He will not be beaten. He will not be

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passed. He or not be denied. -- he will not be denied. The last time

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the Olympics were held in London, the double could not be done. Look

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how excited they are. Tanya, and his daughter, Rihanna. Don't forget,

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Tanya is expecting twins any moment now. I hope it is not any minute

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now! It literally is! The excitement in this stadium is

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something... Well, I have never witnessed such a noise, such

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passion, such support. Everywhere you looked around here... They are

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not all waving British blacks. They are from all over the world and

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they know they have seen something special tonight -- they are not all

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where it -- not all waving British flags. I hope you got a sense of

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the occasion. Look at that. Incredible. Top that, Usain Bolt!

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He is coming later, of course. The men's 5,000-metre final: your

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winner, the gold medal, the champion, Mo Farah of Great Britain.

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Gebremeskel takes the silver for Ethiopia. Longosiwa, perhaps a

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surprise bronze, keeping out Bernard Lagat. The double Olympic

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they have to get in front of him. He knew that. He said, I am at the

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front, try and come past. One came, another came. It was reminiscent of

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the race in 1976, that great 5,000 metres. Which you remember more

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than most. I was one of the ones who could not get past! He did

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exactly that, he got in the front and decided when he hit the front,

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he was not going to let anybody get there. There are a lot of

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congratulations and he will pass them on. His coach has done a

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brilliant job. What a fantastic job he has done. Ian Stewart, the head

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of UK insurance, has been with them all day yesterday, looking through

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the process. Neil Back, his physiotherapist, they have all

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supported him. The track is hard, his legs will be tired tomorrow,

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but who cares, the day after you win your second gold medal?

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Absolutely fantastic. You said the public at home are privileged,

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80,000 people in the stadium, we are privileged to commentate on the

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moment. It is pure athletics history. The slap of honour will

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take a while -- this lap of honour will take a while and who cares

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about that. It has been a privilege to be sat here. They did not put a

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roof on the stadium and it is probably a good job. If there had

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been won, it would have been lifted off and into the stratosphere. Well

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done, Mo Farah. We can't wait to speak to him and enjoy his

:36:35.:36:45.
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What a story, what a performance. Gold medal-winning commentary from

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Steve and Brendan. Absolutely brilliant. That 27th gold medal

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leaves us emphatically in third position. I will go in order of

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hysteria in the commentary box. Denise, what about that?

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commentary was sensational. Lowe, So on thing in the air, you could

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-- there was something in the air, you could see it. The race was cat

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and mouse, it was slow. Once he decided to strike... He just held

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his form and he was brilliant. Absolutely brilliant. I know

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nothing about 5,000-metre tactics at all, but it is a special moment

:37:37.:37:43.

for Mo. He had a desire, he had a dream and it has been totally

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fulfilled. I hope when he finishes, he reflects and thinks, I am going

:37:47.:37:52.

to put my feet up and have a bit of a rest. Boy, oh boy, he has

:37:52.:37:55.

thoroughly deserved this. We have all hope for him, but he has

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delivered, wonderful. We have spent so much time talking about, it is

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not just in the FT, it is in the mind. That was the most brilliantly

:38:06.:38:09.

constructed race plan. A real mess at the start. He took the

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initiative, he set the pace. It was almost a triumph of the

:38:14.:38:19.

intellectual Mo Farah as well as the FT. It speaks to where he is

:38:19.:38:27.

now. With distance running, it is not as if you go in there with a

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strategy and your ticket that. You have to be able to make adjustments

:38:31.:38:35.

depending on how the race unfolds because you never know what will

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happen. Last year, Mo was in great shape. He worked with Alberto,

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trained with Graham Robb, I think that was a tremendous advantage --

:38:46.:38:56.
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A victory in the 10,000 has given him the confidence, that he can go

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in than he can run with anyone in the world. He has that confidence

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that he can make the adjustment in the race, and still control the

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race, which is exactly what he did. It is the choices you make. He was

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a really good athlete but at the point we make that decision to make

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changes to your career, to benefit for this one single goal, or in

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Mo's case, two goals, it is the mark of a true champion. An athlete

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who knows exactly what it takes to get to the top. We were always

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saying, Mo will always be in the final but never on the podium. It

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is a huge quantum leap to go from that to that. A lot of it comes

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from confidence. We always knew that Mo had talent and the ability.

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Most of the time when I saw him running at competitions, I didn't

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think he ran with much confidence. I felt the confidence was lacking

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and part of that had to do with the fact he didn't physically feel he

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was up to his task. Thanks to his Here is the hero of the hour. You

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have just written yourselves into the annals of Olympic history.

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Double gold medallist, can you describe the feeling? Unbelievable.

:40:20.:40:23.

I had a lot of confidence going into the race. In the heat, I

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didn't feel so good, I felt tired. I was hoping the guys would help me

:40:29.:40:35.

a lot. It worked out. When you hit the front, there was no way anyone

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was going to get faster? No, they tried to but I knew I had to hold

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onto it. I got great support from the crowd. It means a lot to me. By

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two girls are coming, they are not born yet... Hopefully. They are

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twins, so one of reach. They arrive next month? They could derive any

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day. The doctor said, you have got 12 days. -- they could arrive any

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day. We will see you for the Great North Run, are you ready for

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everything, because Mo mania is going to sweep the country.

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don't know what is going on. I am taking one race at a time. The

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Olympics doesn't come around often. Everybody has a time, it all worked

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out well. I am amazed. Two gold medals, he would have thought that?

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I am looking forward to Birmingham and the Great North Run. I am

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excited. 1st September, I am having a charity auction for the Mo Farah

:41:39.:41:49.
:41:49.:41:49.

Foundation. Get on the website. demand will be incredible. The way

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that the noise grows, it is like a Mexican wave of noise. It is

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unbelievable. I want to thank everyone who supported me. All my

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coaches in previous years. I can't thank everybody enough. I want is a

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particularly for my wife, her carrying the twins, it has not been

:42:10.:42:14.

easy. If anything happened, she promised me she would not let me

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know. I am glad it has all worked out well. She is well, and we saw

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your daughter, the whole nation wants to give you a big kiss right

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now to say well done, congratulations, it has been

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wonderful. It has been a long journey, grafting and grafting. But

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anything is possible. It is just gritting his teeth now. The arms

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have got to pump, the knees have got to come up high! Come on, Mo

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Farah! I think he is going to get there! He is going to get there!

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He is the double Olympic champion! The place erupts!

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JOHN INVERDALE: Well, that is how our commentators responded, but

:43:20.:43:30.
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look at this! Yeah! Yes! Go on, Mo! And on! And on! And on! Yes! Yes!

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What a boy! If you think that was hysterical, this is heaven knows

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how many thousands of people in Hyde Park... With Helen Skelton.

:43:54.:44:04.
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That was almost too much for this crowd to take! 40,000 people are

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here in Hyde Park desperate to share that moment. The roar that

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went out when he crossed the finish line was like a jet plane taking

:44:12.:44:17.

off! And then the red, white and blue streamers! It sounds like you

:44:17.:44:23.

enjoyed that? Amazing! Really good. Brilliant finish by Mo. What made

:44:23.:44:27.

you come down here instead of watching it at home? Are just the

:44:27.:44:33.

crowds. Such a good atmosphere. The weather was really good. I have

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been talking to a lot of people who did not manage to get tickets for

:44:37.:44:40.

the Olympic Park but they wanted to be part of the Olympic spirit and

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that is why became here. It is fair to say they are making the most of

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it! Well, calm down! Calm down! In their brilliant commentary, Brendan

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did say he thought that was the single most brilliant moment in

:44:57.:45:03.

Olympic history. Would you go with that? Absolutely. It is just so

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hard to put into words what we have witnessed but it is fantastic.

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no doubt about it. The crowd was in there and they helped him, too.

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Some pretty great moments. If that is top of the pile, that is a

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considerable moment. Without further ado. A busy night. We have

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the relay coming up at 9pm tonight. Make sure you stick with us for

:45:29.:45:34.

that. But now we have the women's 800 metres final. Steve, have you

:45:34.:45:44.
:45:44.:45:47.

Saturday night to had to follow Mo Farah. You almost feel sorry for

:45:47.:45:57.
:45:57.:45:58.

them. This is a very, very talented young lady. 5,000-metre champion

:45:58.:46:02.

from 1996, and he said that she wants a fast race, and she might

:46:02.:46:08.

get one. Montano from the USA likes to go out hard. The world champion

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will be difficult to beat, though. This is a race full of talent and

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she is looking very good indeed. A very good 400-metre pace as well,

:46:17.:46:23.

but she will need to be strong here. This woman could take it out. No

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woman has ever defended his title. What about Caster Semenya, the

:46:28.:46:36.

South African who first burst onto the scene in 2009. She has had a

:46:36.:46:42.

difficult time since then both on and off the track. Former world

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champion, and the Olympic silver medallist, Janeth Busienei of Kenya.

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And then the European champion. So, the race full of European champions,

:46:56.:47:06.
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world champions. There's the full track, and an intriguing race are

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in prospect. Don't be surprised if this is pretty quick as well. The

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record goes all the way back to Moscow. 43.53. I don't think they

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will be as quiet as quick as that but it could be an epic race. Not

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surprisingly, it is the American who has got to the front. A pretty

:47:45.:47:55.
:47:55.:47:58.

quick opening. Francine Niyonsaba of Burundi in 5th place. That is

:47:58.:48:03.

giving them a chance so they are opening up a yard or two. Caster

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Semenya, the big danger here, but she will be coming from an awful

:48:07.:48:16.

long way back. This is about judgment. And it is a quick opening.

:48:16.:48:20.

Semenya has to come from a long way back. But if they move from now,

:48:20.:48:27.

they could catch out Caster Semenya. Jelimo will be the first to make a

:48:27.:48:31.

move. Down the back straight. Another world champion, Mariya

:48:32.:48:41.
:48:42.:48:42.

Savinova, moves up. Just going past. Mariya Savinova recognises the

:48:42.:48:45.

danger and moves into second place. It is the Kenyan who has got this

:48:45.:48:51.

at the moment. A big last 200 to catcher but look at the Russian.

:48:51.:49:00.

She has got pace to burn. And it is Mariya Savinova of Russia. And

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Semenya coming up way too late. The Russian is going to win this easily,

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comfortably. She takes the Olympic title. Semenya is finishing quickly

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but wait too late. A Semenya second. They handed it to the Russian. She

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is quick on the last lap and strong as well. Semenya was never in it.

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She was too far back and probably finished quicker than the Russian,

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but by then, she was gone. The gold medal had already been decided.

:49:37.:49:40.

Well, I think that was a misjudgment on behalf of Caster

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Semenya. She was finishing like a train. She looked good in the

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finishing straight up before that, she gave them a start. She looked

:49:49.:49:59.
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relaxed. And here she does. Accelerating down the back straight.

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The gap between Jelimo and Mariya Savinova. She is in 5th place there

:50:09.:50:13.

on the bend, but look how far behind Caster Semenya is. And look

:50:13.:50:18.

how much closer she finishes in there. She is motoring now, is

:50:18.:50:23.

Caster Semenya, moving past them into 5th place, and then 4th, then

:50:23.:50:27.

third, eventually, but in the finishing straight Mariya Savinova

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was never troubled. Could for her effort faded significantly at this

:50:33.:50:39.

point. And here comes the fast- finishing Caster Semenya into third,

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into second, and who knows? If she had judged that race better she

:50:47.:50:51.

might have been Olympic champion. However, it is Mariya Savinova who

:50:51.:50:56.

takes the title. And you can see that at there. So much closer at

:50:56.:51:00.

the finish. But it is not measured how fast you finish, it is how fast

:51:00.:51:08.

you gauge the whole race. And Mariya Savinova was untroubled. I

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was disappointed with the effort of Jelimo because I thought she would

:51:11.:51:19.

come in this race as the favourite. The gold medal goes to Mariya

:51:19.:51:24.

Savinova of Russia. Caster Semenya left it too late and took the

:51:24.:51:29.

silver for South Africa. And Ekaterina Poistogova nipped in for

:51:29.:51:34.

the bronze medal ahead of Pamela Jelimo, who was 4th.

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JOHN INVERDALE: And having praised Mo Farah for his tactics, Caster

:51:39.:51:44.

Semenya's tactics were all over the shop. Or is there another

:51:44.:51:53.

I wonder if she is slightly anxious about winning after Berlin. She has

:51:53.:51:57.

had such mental scarring and I think she has been mentally

:51:57.:52:04.

hesitant. So you think she almost put herself out of the race so she

:52:04.:52:08.

could not win it? A perhaps. It always leaves you worrying because

:52:08.:52:17.

we have seen her more dominant than that. That is my fear. Why was due

:52:17.:52:24.

preparing to come here, though, and not wanting to win? -- why was she?

:52:24.:52:31.

I have known many athletes who are quite anxious... I will not ask you

:52:31.:52:34.

to name names but the people you knew did not have the baggage going

:52:34.:52:40.

with Semenya? No, they have the talent but it is taking that extra

:52:40.:52:46.

step forward. When you win it brings responsibility. Absolutely.

:52:46.:52:52.

Headlines. It falls to her so much and it has had an effect on.

:52:52.:53:00.

Michael is still not... No, I don't buy that. For an athlete who has

:53:00.:53:05.

won a championship to come here and be afraid to win again... I don't

:53:05.:53:13.

see that with Caster Semenya. She showed she was a fighter. I don't...

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Nissan, I tell you what... We will continue this fight off air! --

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listened. If you want to see the javelin, you can hit the Red Button.

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We will be back very shortly for the women's relay, in which Britain

:53:29.:53:33.

does have a medal opportunities. So we will see you in a few minutes'

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time, Gary. Thank you. And what about that! Mo

:53:38.:53:46.

Farah. And the twins could be born tonight. A double double!

:53:46.:53:52.

Apparently, Clare Balding told him to do his famous stance. A quick

:53:52.:53:55.

respite from track and field to remind you that if you would prefer

:53:55.:54:01.

to watch one of the other sports, then you can. Just push the Red

:54:01.:54:05.

Button for your options. In a couple of days' time, life

:54:05.:54:10.

returns to some degree of normality, but on the BBC, the drama will

:54:10.:54:20.
:54:20.:54:29.

How much trouble are we in? have got me! What are you waiting

:54:29.:54:39.
:54:39.:54:45.

for? Here I am! Dinosaurs on a spaceship! We are very cross with

:54:45.:54:55.
:54:55.:55:00.

you! This is what happens when you travel alone for too long. We will

:55:00.:55:09.

get through this, I promise. Don't be scared. So scared? Who is dead?

:55:09.:55:19.
:55:19.:55:47.

Who killed all the Daleks? Who do And drama of the sporting kind is

:55:47.:55:56.

currently on BBC Three lives. That is Tom Daley, and Clare Balding. We

:55:56.:56:02.

saw a different kind of drama this morning when Ed McKeever and went

:56:02.:56:12.
:56:12.:56:16.

rippling gently, but about to be churned up by the greatest paddlers

:56:16.:56:20.

in the world. Who gets up quickest? It is pouring down from the stands,

:56:20.:56:27.

the noise. McKeever is out quickly. McKeever with the Red barrel of his

:56:27.:56:35.

kayak powering on. The lighter man, he has such strength. McKeever

:56:36.:56:40.

holding on. As they come into the final 50 metres. McKeever still out

:56:40.:56:47.

in front. They will have to work hard. They are not going to get

:56:47.:56:52.

there. He is still holding on! It is gold for Ed McKeever. And the

:56:52.:56:57.

quiet man lets out a roar as he becomes a Olympic champion. He went

:56:57.:57:07.
:57:07.:57:09.

up fast. He held on strong. He was This morning, I woke up at 5am and

:57:09.:57:14.

I was like a kid at Christmas, waiting to get his presence. I will

:57:14.:57:24.

get them in a minute! -- is presents. And Ed McKeever joins us.

:57:24.:57:29.

The silent star of the GB team. Don't be silent for the next few

:57:29.:57:33.

minutes, Ed! That would not work so well. But describe that fantastic

:57:33.:57:40.

race. Almost indescribable but I will give it a go! Yes, just the

:57:40.:57:45.

pain down the last bit, kind of almost the agony, the lactic acid,

:57:45.:57:51.

just burning in your legs. And when you cross the finish line, I just

:57:51.:57:56.

had to check left and right pop... And then when I knew, almost a

:57:56.:58:01.

sense of relief. From all the pressure I had put on myself, just

:58:01.:58:08.

knowing I had won. It was fantastic. Perhaps your first feeling is one

:58:08.:58:12.

of relief rather than elation. It is a case of, thank goodness for

:58:12.:58:19.

that! Is that it? Yes. I knew I could win. Just across the line

:58:19.:58:24.

having won, it was brilliant. race itself was tight, and it goes

:58:24.:58:29.

so fast. It is the first time we have had 200 metres in the final.

:58:29.:58:39.
:58:39.:58:41.

Have you had to change a lot of I have changed my training. Doing a

:58:41.:58:47.

lot more sprint work. It seems to have worked out all right. I heard

:58:47.:58:54.

you say there was quite a head wind. Was that a disadvantage? Probably

:58:55.:59:00.

being one of the lightest guys in the field, it probably affects me

:59:00.:59:05.

more. I got such a good start this morning, I was able to hold on to

:59:05.:59:11.

the end without much trouble. had a long wait. Your final was on

:59:11.:59:16.

the last Friday - two weeks after the opening ceremony. It must be

:59:16.:59:24.

difficult watching everyone else go. I am not going to lie, it was

:59:24.:59:29.

frustrating. How ever many medals GB won, it is fantastic and

:59:29.:59:34.

inspiring. At the back of your mind, you are waiting to race, like a

:59:34.:59:42.

caged tiger! How did you start getting into kayaking? I started

:59:42.:59:48.

when I was at secondary school. I went to the local club. A friend

:59:48.:59:55.

introduced me. I did a canoe race. I fell in been my first race. I did

:59:55.:00:05.
:00:05.:00:07.

not today, luckily. You discovered you had this talent. It was just

:00:07.:00:12.

fantastic. I guess I was naturally suited to it. You have a big few

:00:12.:00:17.

weeks coming up, haven't you? getting married in six weeks' time.

:00:17.:00:23.

I trust you have not got too involved in the planning, have you?

:00:23.:00:30.

Not to match. I have been told to organise suits and transport. --

:00:30.:00:37.

too much. I have not started them but plenty of time. Will you wear

:00:37.:00:42.

your gold medal? I was asked this earlier and eyes said it is not

:00:42.:00:48.

good to draw focus from your bride on her wedding day. A true

:00:48.:00:54.

gentleman and a true champion. I am also joined by Ben Ainslie. He has

:00:55.:01:00.

been given the huge on up of carrying the British flag at the

:01:00.:01:08.

closing ceremony. -- honour. You must be delighted. It is a huge

:01:08.:01:14.

honour Bonnie Finn Sailing. Relief for the whole nation, it has been a

:01:15.:01:20.

fantastic games. We have all been proud of what has taken place.

:01:20.:01:26.

does it mean to you, to be given that honour? It will be an amazing

:01:26.:01:32.

feeling to walk into the stadium and lead such a strong team. It is

:01:32.:01:37.

a great opportunity for me. It is not just about individuals - it is

:01:37.:01:42.

about the whole team and the whole nation. It will be a great moment.

:01:42.:01:47.

We have seen pictures of you carrying the flag earlier today for

:01:47.:01:52.

the picture called for the national press and stuff like that. Are you

:01:52.:01:57.

looking forward to the closing ceremony? It has been a great

:01:57.:02:01.

Olympics. They could not ask for it to have gone better from a home

:02:01.:02:07.

nation perspective. I have heard some great Rumens about which

:02:07.:02:12.

performers might be playing. Everyone will be delighted it has

:02:12.:02:17.

been such a successful Games. From the competitors standpoint, it will

:02:17.:02:22.

be a huge relief to have got through to the end. In some ways,

:02:22.:02:28.

it will be a sad moment that it is all over. Just a few days on from

:02:28.:02:34.

another gold medal, it was a tough old battle. What are your emotions?

:02:34.:02:40.

It has taken a long time to sink in. It has been hectic. There has been

:02:40.:02:46.

a lot of racing going on in Weymouth and Portland. It is pretty

:02:46.:02:52.

hard. It takes a long time to sink in. I am very proud. It has been a

:02:52.:02:56.

great performance for the whole team. We can genuinely walk away

:02:56.:03:02.

thinking we have done a good job. The next challenge is the America's

:03:02.:03:07.

Cup. I'm heading to San Francisco next week to get stuck into that.

:03:07.:03:13.

Maybe Rio in four years' time. time I interviewed you are was in

:03:13.:03:19.

the stadium. I could not hear one word he said. You said something

:03:19.:03:24.

about Match of the Day. I have no idea what you said. Those few days

:03:24.:03:30.

that have now gone by, do you think Rio is becoming more and more of a

:03:30.:03:35.

possibility? I still do not know. It is really hard with everything

:03:35.:03:40.

that has happened to say yes or no. The Olympics has been a huge part

:03:40.:03:45.

of my life. It is hard to walk away from it. It was never capped this

:03:45.:03:50.

as an experience to perform in front of a home crowd like that. We

:03:50.:03:55.

are all incredibly privileged to get that chance. We'll see about

:03:55.:04:01.

Rio in the future. Where the you do or do not, many congratulations. We

:04:01.:04:08.

wish you well at the closing ceremony tomorrow. We'll say bid

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farewell to Ed McKeever. -- week also bid farewell. Wheel came to

:04:13.:04:20.

the Stadium tonight with a certain amount of trepidation. -- we all

:04:20.:04:27.

came to the stadium. We thought it could have gone horribly wrong.

:04:27.:04:32.

Brendan Foster described the victory by Mo Farah as the greatest

:04:32.:04:38.

single athletics moment in his lifetime. What effect will that

:04:38.:04:48.
:04:48.:04:57.

have on the fall by 400m relay We... We keep continuously going on

:04:57.:05:03.

about the crowd. It is making a difference. If these young ladies

:05:03.:05:08.

have the crowd support, cheering them down the home straight,

:05:09.:05:13.

particularly Christine Ohuruogu on the last leg, it could make a

:05:13.:05:17.

difference. They really believed they could get a medal. Apart from

:05:17.:05:23.

Russia and the USA, who our way out in front, they could really pull it

:05:23.:05:28.

together. The men just missed out last night - agonisingly so when

:05:28.:05:34.

Martyn Rooney could not close the gap. The sprint relay boys messed

:05:34.:05:41.

up. The women were not hit in the first place. It is our last

:05:41.:05:51.
:05:51.:05:54.

opportunity for a relay Madog at ran very well in the semi-finals

:05:54.:06:00.

yesterday. -- Shana Cox. It was the fastest opening leg of everyone in

:06:00.:06:08.

the semi-final. She hands over to Lee McConnell then Perri Shakes-

:06:08.:06:14.

Drayton and Christine Ohuruogu will bring the baton home. Here it is

:06:14.:06:24.
:06:24.:06:37.

brought in some strength. Shana Cox is going up against the bronze

:06:37.:06:43.

medallist. She has made a great comeback. She has run so well here.

:06:43.:06:50.

She hands on to Allyson Felix, who has two gold medals already. She is

:06:50.:07:00.

capable of running a 48 second split. The third leg is taken by

:07:00.:07:10.
:07:10.:07:17.

the athlete who finished 7th in the what has been happening in the

:07:17.:07:22.

women's high jump. Anna Chicherova, world champion last year, has been

:07:22.:07:30.

in absolutely supreme form. First- time clearances and now she is up

:07:30.:07:38.

to two metres. This jump at 2.30 euros -- 2.03 metres. She must have

:07:38.:07:48.
:07:48.:07:49.

felt it was like her gold medal, almost. The top American was

:07:49.:07:53.

outstretched by bridge married -- Brigetta Barrett. On her second

:07:54.:08:00.

attempt, it was a massive personal best. She put herself into the

:08:00.:08:10.
:08:10.:08:13.

silver medal position. That was a great moment. Shakil Afridi, a bit

:08:13.:08:23.
:08:23.:08:43.

like Anna Chicherova with first- can just give you an idea of the

:08:43.:08:53.
:08:53.:08:54.

quality of the opposition and the task the British four are facing.

:08:54.:09:04.
:09:04.:09:06.

We have the Russians. The defending champions, and the USA, Jamaica,

:09:06.:09:12.

who are very strong. France, who have three-quarters of the team

:09:12.:09:17.

which won the European Championships silver medal. Britain

:09:17.:09:26.

are in the worst possible lane draw, at out in lane nine. This is the

:09:26.:09:32.

bar at 2.05 metres. Anna Chicherova is in the lead at the moment. If no

:09:32.:09:39.

one spouse is anything else, she will be Olympic champion. -- no one

:09:39.:09:47.

else clears any other height. It was so close. Her first failure of

:09:47.:09:57.

this evening. She can clear that. Anna Chicherova really has been

:09:57.:10:03.

supreme. That clearance was massive. She'd just caught it with her

:10:03.:10:10.

calves. She knows how close it was. That would have been a world lead.

:10:10.:10:20.
:10:20.:10:51.

She has two more attempts. Next up the Czech Republic. Lead of by the

:10:51.:10:57.

person who was 7th in the 400m hurdles. Venture would give the

:10:57.:11:03.

baton to the bronze medallist in the 400m hurdles. -- then she will

:11:03.:11:13.
:11:13.:11:17.

give the baton. This is the line-up for Nigeria. Ukraine are European

:11:17.:11:25.

champions. They have the slightly different line-up from Helsinki.

:11:25.:11:35.
:11:35.:11:45.

The Russians, led off by a semi- finalist. Jamaica, led off by

:11:45.:11:53.

Christine Day. She was a semi- finalist in the individual event.

:11:53.:12:01.

Then the very powerful team from the USA. Allyson Felix has two

:12:01.:12:11.
:12:11.:12:11.

golds already. The great Sanya Richards-Ross on the anchor leg.

:12:11.:12:17.

And France are out in lane eight. Their running between the USA and

:12:17.:12:25.

Great Britain. -- they are running. The great British team. Shana Cox

:12:25.:12:30.

ran a very good first leg in the semi-final. Perri Shakes-Drayton

:12:30.:12:40.

has been brought in from the semi- final. A bit of a query about a

:12:40.:12:45.

hamstring of Perri Shakes-Drayton. We hope she is all right. We hope

:12:45.:12:51.

the baton will be brought round by Christine Ohuruogu to the finish

:12:51.:12:57.

line. She has won 8 silver medal behind Sanya Richards-Ross in the

:12:57.:13:04.

individual event. The last women's track event in these Olympic Games.

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Great Britain have the chance, but it is a tough ask. They are out in

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and she has gone out very powerfully in lane nine. The

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American, Deedee Trotter, as you would expect, is gaining ground all

:13:27.:13:31.

the time on the French. This is going to be tough for Shana Cox,

:13:31.:13:36.

because Deedee Trotter is becoming level. Well, Shana Cox could just

:13:37.:13:41.

crack a little bit. The Americans are having a brilliant leg, so are

:13:41.:13:48.

the Russians. Shana Cox, so far, so good for Britain. I think Britain

:13:48.:13:51.

have got to hang onto their shirt- tails of the Jamaican team if they

:13:51.:13:56.

want to win a medal, they cannot be too far away. Shana Cox has to be

:13:56.:14:00.

strong in his last 20 metres, because as she hands over to Lee

:14:00.:14:03.

McConnell, they do not want to be too far away from the Jamaican team,

:14:03.:14:08.

and I fear that they may be 50m adrift when this break happens. Lee

:14:08.:14:12.

McConnell has got to get shifting down that back straight. They have

:14:12.:14:17.

got to get involved here. Great Britain are down in 5th or 6th

:14:17.:14:22.

position. The United States have got Allyson Felix on his leg, and

:14:22.:14:26.

the lead is increasing all the time, just one and a half legs gone, and

:14:26.:14:30.

the American leader is about 20 metres! That is the battle between

:14:30.:14:35.

Lee McConnell of Great Britain and the French athletes, very

:14:35.:14:45.
:14:45.:14:46.

experienced. But Allyson Felix quartet, and they are leading this

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by a country mile at the moment, and they will not be caught, I can

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say that at this stage. Russia's second, to make a third, Perri

:14:55.:14:59.

Shakes-Drayton is a long way off where we hoped they would be. --

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Russia second, Jamaica third. I think it is too big a gap or

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Christine Ohuruogu. The USA are way out in France, Russia having a

:15:11.:15:15.

battle with Jamaica. This is a task to tour for Perri Shakes-Drayton, I

:15:15.:15:21.

think. She is having a battle Royale with Regina George, but the

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Americans are absolutely flying. This is going to be a cracking time.

:15:25.:15:31.

Francena McCorory will hand on to Sanya Richards-Ross. The Russians

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are very definitely in second place. But a long way behind the USA. Then

:15:36.:15:41.

come Jamaica, then the Ukraine. Sanya Richards-Ross is away.

:15:41.:15:47.

Natalya Antyukh is chasing. But Richards-Ross is absolutely flying,

:15:47.:15:52.

and there goes Christine Ohuruogu. It was a good leg by Perri Shakes-

:15:52.:15:57.

Drayton, she took a couple of metres out of the Nigerians. But

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Great Britain are back in 5th position. A medal seems a forlorn

:16:01.:16:07.

hope. Christine Ohuruogu chasing down the Ukraine in front of the

:16:07.:16:11.

European champions, but look at the Americans! Sanya Richards-Ross is

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going to bring it home, it will be very quick indeed. Natalia and he

:16:17.:16:21.

act is chasing really hard. She is trying to shake off the Jamaicans

:16:21.:16:27.

behind her. Richards-Ross is flying, watch the clock! Just outside the

:16:27.:16:33.

world record, the USA win, Russia in second place, Jamaica in third,

:16:33.:16:39.

Ukraine in 4th, and Great Britain and Northern Ireland in 5th place.

:16:39.:16:46.

Christine Ohuruogu gave it her best shot. But that was a truly, truly

:16:46.:16:52.

great, great quartet from the USA, and Sanya Richards-Ross brought it

:16:52.:16:58.

home. The Americans were going for six relay titles in a row, and they

:16:58.:17:03.

got it, and they got it emphatically! Michael, that was

:17:03.:17:09.

brilliant. It was brilliant, a great quartet there, women's 400m

:17:09.:17:12.

sprint in in the US is raised strong right now, Allyson Felix not

:17:12.:17:19.

even contesting the 400. They were going to be tough, the Russians

:17:19.:17:24.

were going to be tough, we knew that. They brought on Natalya

:17:24.:17:29.

Antyukh for the final. Sanya Richards-Ross finally winning her

:17:29.:17:33.

gold medal in the individual 400, now bringing it home for the US

:17:33.:17:38.

team in the 4x400 metres, Jamaica upgraded their team from what they

:17:38.:17:43.

had in the semi-finals, but not enough to beat the Russians. It was

:17:43.:17:49.

always going to be tough for Great Britain to get there and get a

:17:49.:17:52.

medal, even with adding Perri Shakes-Drayton on to this team.

:17:52.:17:59.

They did not get much from Shana Cox on the first leg, and they were

:17:59.:18:02.

in a hole from the very beginning. But Sanya Richards-Ross, one of the

:18:02.:18:08.

greatest 400m runners of all time, double Olympic gold-medallist at

:18:08.:18:13.

these the Olympics. The US women taking up the slack for the US men,

:18:13.:18:19.

who did not get the gold medal again for the 4x400 relay, but the

:18:19.:18:25.

US women doing a great job. Sanya Richards-Ross knows that she has

:18:25.:18:33.

got herself a second gold medal there, a great job. Well, no doubt

:18:33.:18:37.

about the winners, absolutely dominant ball way through. The

:18:37.:18:47.
:18:47.:18:48.

British confirmed in 5th place, A leg 52.5, the key was trying to

:18:48.:18:53.

keep in touch with the Jamaicans. Yeah, I mean the first leg it is

:18:53.:18:57.

always important to stay within striking distance. Obviously, being

:18:57.:19:02.

out in lane nine, you do not have any targets, but the goal is just

:19:02.:19:07.

to put yourself out there for the rest of your team. It was a tough

:19:07.:19:12.

draw for Shana Cox, 52.4 on the second leg, you want to be in the

:19:12.:19:18.

battle as best you can. Yes, it was quite a messy leg. Everyone was

:19:18.:19:22.

breaking at the same time, so I found it a little hard, harder than

:19:22.:19:29.

yesterday. You relish these opportunities, 50.4 on that leg,

:19:29.:19:33.

you gave it your all. I did indeed, we knew it would be tough, but we

:19:33.:19:38.

went at air to try our best. Shame we did not get a medal, but you

:19:38.:19:44.

know, we will come back stronger. Christine, 50.6, it was always

:19:44.:19:49.

thought that it was going to be the US, Russia, Jamaica and it was

:19:49.:19:54.

going to be a struggle from the start. Well, we knew it was going

:19:54.:20:00.

to be hard, but you never know what is going to happen in relays, and

:20:00.:20:04.

we came at expecting it to at least put in the best efforts that we

:20:04.:20:07.

could put in and come away with something. You improve on

:20:07.:20:10.

yesterday's performance and gave it your all, well done. We really did,

:20:10.:20:14.

we knew it was tough, but we decided to do the best we could,

:20:14.:20:23.

and I think that is what we did. We will be back shortly for Mo

:20:23.:20:27.

Farah's medal ceremony and the 4x100 metres relay, but let's take

:20:27.:20:30.

advantage of this slight lull to introduce you to a couple of medal

:20:30.:20:36.

winners. I enjoyed by taekwondo winners Jade Jones and Lutalo

:20:36.:20:42.

Muhammad, congratulations to you both. A gold medal, a first for

:20:42.:20:46.

Britain in taekwondo, it will do wonders for the sport. Yeah,

:20:46.:20:49.

hopefully there is a lot of people watching and more people getting

:20:49.:20:53.

involved in taekwondo, yeah. I love your reaction afterwards, you were

:20:53.:20:58.

running around the arena with the flag, you described it as bonkers.

:20:58.:21:03.

Yeah, it was just crazy! When I found out I'd one, I just couldn't

:21:03.:21:10.

help it, I went crazy. This is part of the action in the final, it must

:21:10.:21:16.

have meant so much, I think you have got the nickname, the

:21:16.:21:19.

Headhunter, perhaps the most fearsome nickname in sport. Are you

:21:19.:21:27.

aggressive by nature? Yes! I just love to get stuck in there. And as

:21:27.:21:31.

for you, Lutalo, you came into these games, I thought, under a

:21:31.:21:35.

great deal of pressure. You have the situation with Aaron Cook, the

:21:35.:21:39.

world champion, should he be selected? But you were picked, and

:21:39.:21:43.

you must tell felt that burden. Yeah, you know, there was a bit of

:21:43.:21:47.

extra pressure on me, perhaps a bit more than some other athletes, but

:21:47.:21:52.

I did not really want to use that as an excuse. I wanted to just

:21:52.:21:56.

focus on my goal of winning, you know, a gold medal. Unfortunately,

:21:56.:22:00.

I came up a little bit short, but I'm happy and proud none the less

:22:00.:22:05.

with the bronze medal. So you should be, it must make you feel

:22:05.:22:08.

like to have justified people's belief in you. Yes, I had

:22:08.:22:12.

tremendous support going into this, there was a lot of people behind me,

:22:12.:22:16.

my family, Team GB were very supportive, so I am happy that I

:22:16.:22:24.

have a medal. I saw your dad's quote, he said he was on the moon.

:22:24.:22:31.

Has he rien dead yet?! He must be very proud. It probably felt as

:22:31.:22:35.

good as winning the bronze medal, my dad telling me he was really

:22:35.:22:41.

proud of me. It is a great moment, I will cherish this for ever.

:22:42.:22:45.

your parents are obviously very proud, your dad had never watched

:22:45.:22:48.

you before the Olympic Games because he could not stand the

:22:48.:22:52.

sight of you being kicked in head, which as a parent I can understand!

:22:52.:22:57.

Yeah, he has never watched, he would end up getting involved. It

:22:57.:23:01.

was a nice moment for him to come and watch and for me to do so well

:23:01.:23:04.

in front of all my family and friends. And all the people in

:23:04.:23:08.

flints got together to help with your funding, your home village.

:23:08.:23:12.

Yes, for the Youth Olympics, before I even qualified, they raise loads

:23:12.:23:16.

of money for me to get to the competition, so their support means

:23:16.:23:21.

a lot, so for me to win the medal is special. I understand a local

:23:21.:23:26.

butchers has named a sausage after you, the Jade Jones sausage, which

:23:26.:23:30.

must be a highlight, it means more than the gold medal! Do you know

:23:30.:23:39.

what is in it? No idea! And your father, Lutalo, he has backed you

:23:39.:23:43.

to the hilt and stop you from parting too much, hasn't it? I

:23:43.:23:48.

suppose you are thanking him now. Definitely, when you're 14 or 15,

:23:48.:23:52.

you start to see girls everywhere, you want to start going out and

:23:52.:23:58.

start. At first, I kind of resented it, my friends having so much fun,

:23:58.:24:04.

I was stuck in the gym, but I'm really grateful for it now. It has

:24:04.:24:09.

been an incredible journey for me, and I'm really grateful to him.

:24:09.:24:13.

will let you enjoy your moment for a few nights! You would have

:24:13.:24:18.

thought! In terms of you, where you go from here? You are both so young,

:24:18.:24:22.

you could go on for years, hopefully we will see you at

:24:22.:24:26.

Olympics to come in the future. Definitely, a bit of time off now,

:24:26.:24:31.

to get mentally fresh again, and then I'm going to be gone for Rio,

:24:31.:24:36.

the world championships next year, get back in the gym, keep improving

:24:36.:24:40.

and getting better. Thank you but so much for coming in, enjoy your

:24:40.:24:44.

time now. You did Britain proud, well done. Thank you very much.

:24:44.:24:49.

Back to the athletics in just a second, but let me tell you that

:24:49.:24:54.

the boxing is on, Luke Campbell fighting against John Joe Nevin of

:24:55.:25:00.

Ireland, it is a big fight, going for gold. That is on the red button.

:25:00.:25:04.

If you want to watch that, you know where it is. We are going to the

:25:04.:25:08.

athletics with John Inverdale. We were just musing actually about

:25:08.:25:13.

whether it was written in the star's altar members, people who

:25:14.:25:19.

were almost born within a javelin throw of the stadium, Perri Shakes-

:25:19.:25:22.

Drayton and Christine Ohuruogu, whether they would be able to bring

:25:22.:25:26.

home the bacon. I was just talking with Colin, and we thought that the

:25:26.:25:29.

relay or they could have been different. I would like to have

:25:29.:25:32.

seen Perri Shakes-Drayton on the first leg, with their strength from

:25:32.:25:37.

the 400m hurdles, we might have been able to make closer order at

:25:37.:25:41.

the beginning. I don't know, they ran OK, but it was never going to

:25:41.:25:45.

be quick enough. Wasn't the margin so great that the order was

:25:45.:25:48.

irrelevant? Just chatting to Michael as well, when he arrived

:25:48.:25:51.

back here, we were trying to walk out whether the order made any

:25:51.:25:56.

difference, but the split times from the others, just unbelievable.

:25:56.:26:00.

They were completely over match. The order was not going to matter.

:26:00.:26:04.

You could put that team in any order, the speed was not there to

:26:04.:26:08.

contend with the Jamaicans, the Russians and Jamaicans both

:26:08.:26:11.

upgraded their teams from the semi- finals and a tremendous talent and

:26:12.:26:16.

experience. And his team has experience with Lee McConnell and

:26:16.:26:20.

Christine Ohuruogu, but they do not have the speed at his point. Great

:26:20.:26:24.

excitement because we are waiting for Mo Farah's medal ceremony, we

:26:24.:26:30.

will keep chatting until that comes. Allyson Felix, she has had an

:26:30.:26:33.

extraordinary games. Where would you put her in the pantheon of

:26:33.:26:37.

great American sprinters? She is one of the greatest of all time.

:26:37.:26:42.

Because of their range, remember that she has made the US team in

:26:42.:26:46.

multiple Olympic Games and championships as a 100m runner,

:26:46.:26:52.

200m sprinter and 400m. I think that, honestly, if it were me, I

:26:52.:26:57.

would switch my attention full-time to 400m, because she could win. She

:26:57.:27:02.

did not win last year, she did medal, but she could be one of the

:27:02.:27:09.

greatest of all time, like Valerie Brisco, those athletes who have

:27:09.:27:12.

done that and won. She could do that, but she is an incredible

:27:13.:27:17.

athlete. She got over a significant home here by winning the gold medal

:27:17.:27:22.

in the 200m. She had not done that, she had been silver-medallist tries,

:27:22.:27:26.

world champion three times at 200m, but you have to win the Olympic

:27:26.:27:30.

gold medal, and now she has done that. She is always a member of

:27:30.:27:34.

both relays, and not many can do that. She is one of the greatest

:27:34.:27:40.

ever. Less than 15 minutes to go until the last events in the

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Olympic Stadium, the 4x100 metres relay featuring Jamaica, the USA

:27:44.:27:48.

and six other teams as well! It is going to be a fantastic finale, and

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Mr vault is running the final leg for Jamaica. -- Mr Bolt. We are

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waiting for Mo Farah, this might be the opportunity to talk about it,

:27:59.:28:03.

British athletics, the target, let's cut to the chase, was eight,

:28:03.:28:08.

Charles van Commenee said, if we do not get eight medals, you can all

:28:08.:28:12.

come to Heathrow and Waveney goodbye. We have only got six, but

:28:13.:28:22.
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Does that count as eight? He made that statement and that is fine.

:28:28.:28:34.

The statement is there for everyone to read. He cannot walk away it and

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be disappointed. It was a tremendous job that was done by the

:28:39.:28:45.

British athletes. I liked the diversity of the medals. We are

:28:45.:28:51.

expected Jessica to win. That is the case. The big surprise was a

:28:51.:29:01.
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break for the majority of people. He was the world's leader. -- Greg.

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Knowing Charles, he will be disappointed. What he has said to

:29:09.:29:14.

me is he really had a good feeling about the athletes coming into

:29:14.:29:19.

these championships. He had high expectations because of what they

:29:19.:29:25.

have shown, factoring in the elevation of the crowd. He will be

:29:25.:29:31.

slightly disappointed. Who will have changed those gold medals?

:29:31.:29:38.

What happens? We waved him go by. I think he will go. If he stays, he

:29:38.:29:45.

will have to stay for another five years. We have the World Athletic

:29:45.:29:49.

Championships and the person who comes in the news to stay on till

:29:49.:29:55.

then. I think what they will do, the grand finale tonight, it will

:29:55.:30:02.

be the medal ceremony of Mo Farah. This is the women's relay

:30:02.:30:08.

presentation ceremony. I would like to say, what do you say to Charles

:30:08.:30:14.

van Commenee? I think he has done a fantastic job. He has changed the

:30:14.:30:18.

culture of UK Athletics was about is why they have won so many medals

:30:18.:30:28.
:30:28.:30:29.

as they have. I wonder if he wants to stay. That is it. I think he

:30:29.:30:39.

feels job done, ready to move on to the next phase. Being in charge of

:30:39.:30:45.

Brazilian athletics? Maybe. He fears he has done his job. He has

:30:45.:30:49.

changed the culture. Whether he stays or goes, you will see the

:30:49.:30:54.

results of that in years to come. The media precede it UK Athletics

:30:54.:31:00.

has suffered only changed when Charles got here. Lenci what is

:31:00.:31:07.

happening down at the medal ceremony. -- let's see what is

:31:07.:31:17.
:31:17.:31:38.

Coming through to take that bronze. It was the silver medal for Caster

:31:39.:31:42.

Semenya. She finished probably quicker than anyone but she

:31:42.:31:46.

completely misjudged it. I know there were many who thought she

:31:47.:31:54.

could win yesterday. If she wants to beat the athlete who won the

:31:54.:32:01.

gold medal, she needs to be much closer to her. You cannot give her

:32:01.:32:07.

that much of a head start. It is a good comeback for the South African.

:32:07.:32:14.

She became the world champion last year. She is also European champion

:32:14.:32:21.

in 2010. She adds to all of that the Olympic title. She is a very

:32:21.:32:27.

difficult 800m runner to beat. She can sprint off a fast pace and she

:32:27.:32:37.

has such good Flat speed. That comes in useful when it is slow as

:32:37.:32:47.
:32:47.:32:54.

well. Mariya Savinova, the Olympic champion. Please stand for the

:32:54.:32:56.

national anthem of the Russian Federation.

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# Rossiya - svyashennaya nasha derzhava.

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# Rossiya - lyubimaya nasha strana. # Moguchaya volya, velikaya slava.

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# Tvoe dostoyan'e. # Na vse vremena!

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# Slav'sya, Otechestvo. # Nashe svobodnoe.

:33:30.:33:40.
:33:40.:33:42.

# Bratskih narodov. # Soyuz vekovoi.

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# Predkami dannaya. # Mudrost' narodnaya!

:33:50.:34:00.
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# Slav'sya, strana! They did not have quite the drama

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of the men's 800m final but she's a very good champion indeed. Ladies

:34:15.:34:24.

and gentlemen, the Olympic medallists. And so it into second

:34:24.:34:29.

place on the podium behind Felix and chairs on the Crying game's.

:34:30.:34:39.
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The great performance as well. -- The Crying Games. Now for the men's

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four by 100 relay. They won a silver medal in 1984 at the Los

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Angeles Games until this happened in Beijing. Hang on to your hats,

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this could be interesting. The men's 4x100m relay. Jamaica surely

:35:07.:35:16.

just have to get the baton round to win this. Michael going down the

:35:16.:35:22.

back straight. He will be giving it to Usain Bolt. Usain Bolt has it in

:35:22.:35:27.

his hands safely and he is a way round the top bend. One more change

:35:27.:35:37.

to go - another it save one. PASOK away it and gone. -- Asafa Powell

:35:37.:35:44.

of a weight and gone. Look at this! It is a new world record. Three

:35:44.:35:54.
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gold medals, three world records. Party time in Jamaica. So we want

:35:57.:36:02.

the grandest of grand finales to what has been an outstanding track

:36:02.:36:07.

and field eight and nine days of competition. Michael Johnson, what

:36:07.:36:11.

is the dream finale? How do we write the script for the most

:36:11.:36:16.

dramatic conclusion? The anchor leg is going to be Usain Bolt. I would

:36:16.:36:23.

like to see him get it with about five metres behind the US. To see

:36:24.:36:29.

what he does. It would be phenomenal to see. Can he make up

:36:29.:36:35.

five metres? I do not think he can. That is why I picked five. I want

:36:35.:36:41.

the US to win. I'm not that comfortable with five. When you

:36:41.:36:46.

think about Usain Bolt, we normally see him lining up with everyone

:36:46.:36:50.

bows. Imagine if there is someone in front of him that he is chasing.

:36:50.:36:56.

Who knows what he can run? I do not think he can make up five on Ryan

:36:56.:37:04.

Baillie. I do not think he can make up five. Four becomes questionable.

:37:04.:37:10.

Three, I think, absolutely, he can make it up. He can do it. I Am

:37:10.:37:17.

curious as to the USA it order. do not like it. I would not put Day

:37:17.:37:26.

on the turn. He has had all kinds of groin issues and operations. I

:37:26.:37:33.

would not have put Ryan Baillie on the anchor. These are the things

:37:33.:37:38.

that go on. Sometimes you over think these things. That is

:37:38.:37:44.

probably what has happened here. I am not crazy about this. It is what

:37:44.:37:50.

they have. They will have Tyson Gay it on the second leg. The back

:37:50.:37:59.

stretch is longer. By a couple of yards usually, a couple of metres.

:37:59.:38:04.

I do not like the idea of putting Ryan Baillie on the anchor - the

:38:04.:38:12.

young kid. They get a little excited in this situation. I am

:38:12.:38:15.

afraid of the scenario where he is watching what is going on

:38:15.:38:23.

throughout the entire race. He is seen that my team is winning. He

:38:23.:38:31.

looks over and he sees it Usain Bolt to hold off. When he sees his

:38:31.:38:36.

guy coming in, he could get anxious and go too quick. With the

:38:36.:38:40.

adrenalin, he is running much faster than he has ever run in

:38:40.:38:46.

practice and the timing is off. I'm not crazy about that order. Let's

:38:46.:38:52.

just mention the boxing finals are on various platforms. Tom Daley is

:38:52.:38:58.

live on BBC Three at the moment. This will not take very long - 37

:38:58.:39:03.

seconds at the moment. We can talk about all the athletes and

:39:03.:39:09.

everything else. The one inanimate object is the baton. It is a shame

:39:09.:39:13.

Great Britain are not in here. We do not want anyone to drop the

:39:13.:39:17.

baton tonight. We want a real run to the line. That'll be the

:39:17.:39:24.

determining factor. That is what the relay is about. Both teams can

:39:24.:39:30.

make mistakes. Both teams can drop them. Both teams can hold them.

:39:30.:39:35.

That is what everyone is wishing will happen - they all have clean

:39:35.:39:40.

exchanges to the last leg and made the fastest man win. Who wins?

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are asking for a prediction? Last event, your first prediction of the

:39:48.:39:54.

Games. You know what, I think this time but teams will get the baton

:39:54.:39:58.

around. That is seriously... Think about the US and how many times

:39:58.:40:02.

they have dropped it. I believe they will get it around this time

:40:02.:40:09.

and we will seek a base. He cannot bet against Jamaica. -- we will see

:40:09.:40:16.

a race. The batons are an issue. Why don't we watched the race!

:40:16.:40:21.

are going to. This might be the last time we see Usain Bolt in an

:40:21.:40:29.

Olympic sprint race. Who knows what will happen in the next four years?

:40:29.:40:34.

There is a huge roar of anticipation going up around the

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little bit of a chilly evening. There is enough warmth in the

:40:58.:41:05.

stadium to make him feel at home. Blake will be on the top bend.

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These two - the two could this meant in the world at the moment.

:41:11.:41:18.

That is a huge advantage to bring into this relay. Australia line up

:41:18.:41:27.

like theirs. -- like this. They came through as fastest losers.

:41:27.:41:37.
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of the teams ran national records to get into this final. That

:41:48.:41:58.
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underlines have quit this track is. Jamaican team is supremely talented.

:42:23.:42:32.

The last two runners have changed. What about this American Quartet!

:42:32.:42:39.

That is where they have put their strength, on legs two and three.

:42:39.:42:49.
:42:49.:42:52.

The best team in Europe at the Keston Bledman, one of the quickest

:42:52.:43:01.

men in the world this year. A good mix of experience and raw speed

:43:01.:43:08.

there. Well, Nesta Carter, still reliable out of the blocks, down

:43:09.:43:16.

the back straight Michael Frater, then the beasts, Yohan Blake, and

:43:16.:43:26.
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see if you can finish as off in being chased, he is not being

:44:04.:44:09.

chased hard, though, party as had a good first black. Jamaica have got

:44:09.:44:14.

to get moving. Michael Frater will be handing it to Yohan Blake, but

:44:14.:44:19.

Justin Gatlin has gone well, and now Tyson Gay. Blake is right on

:44:19.:44:24.

the Americans, it is between these two. Bolt is going to have it in

:44:24.:44:28.

the lead, and you know what that means! They have got the baton,

:44:28.:44:33.

Bailey is trying to hold on but he has got no chance! Jamaica are the

:44:33.:44:38.

gold-medallists again, and it is a new world record! He smashes it to

:44:38.:44:48.
:44:48.:44:57.

pieces! Two great teams, but only brokered. Day go, they broke the

:44:57.:45:01.

world record last year at the World Championships. -- Daegu. And once

:45:01.:45:09.

again this Jamaican team, so full of talent, so full of bravado as

:45:09.:45:19.
:45:19.:45:25.

well, the greatest-ever! Another think, were within the whole world

:45:25.:45:29.

record, two great teams, and you have to hand it to the Americans,

:45:29.:45:34.

they gave these guys a run for their money, but when Bolt got the

:45:34.:45:38.

baton, he could have branded with two hands, to be honest, and he was

:45:38.:45:42.

away, there was only going to be one result, and the only question

:45:42.:45:47.

was how quick they would go, and that world record, well, if Bolt

:45:47.:45:53.

does not come back, we might never see this again. Paul, I guess we

:45:53.:45:58.

can all sit and say, hey, we were there, six gold medals for him,

:45:58.:46:03.

four individual, two in the relays, and if he never comes back again,

:46:03.:46:10.

thank you very much, Mr Bolt. times, Colin, were absolutely

:46:10.:46:14.

stunning, the changes were not great, but when you can run as fast

:46:14.:46:20.

as they can, anything can happen, and tonight in London it did.

:46:20.:46:25.

was electric, the atmosphere in the stadium was tremendous, and it was

:46:25.:46:29.

all about this, this race that everyone was expecting to be fast,

:46:29.:46:33.

everyone expected it to be competitive, and it was certainly

:46:33.:46:38.

that, but the big difference was here when Yohan Blake received the

:46:38.:46:43.

baton, he absolutely tore around the bend. Remember, Tyson Gay is

:46:43.:46:49.

one of the best 100m runner ever, and when Usain Bolt got that baton,

:46:49.:46:52.

the absolutely flew, and he was watching the clock the whole way

:46:52.:46:59.

down. That changeover, when Bolt got the baton, was a shocker! He

:46:59.:47:04.

almost took it from a standing start. Take us all the way around,

:47:04.:47:08.

this was sensational in the end. Nesta Carter out of the blocks well,

:47:08.:47:12.

all he was trying to do was keep Jamaica in contention, give the

:47:12.:47:17.

baton to Michael Frater, brilliant exchange. He is way back, but he

:47:17.:47:22.

knew that Justin Gatlin was a medallist in the 100m. If he could

:47:22.:47:27.

pass to Yohan Blake, he could do some damage around this turn. These

:47:27.:47:31.

two are trading partners, they know each other very well, and Usain

:47:31.:47:37.

Bolt wanted the baton so he could get into full flow. Once he did

:47:37.:47:43.

that, even tipped for the line, how many times have we seen that?!

:47:43.:47:46.

one interesting statistic that might make you raise an eyebrow.

:47:46.:47:51.

Canada took the bronze, and we beat them in the heats. They actually

:47:51.:47:55.

ran a slower than Great Britain did in the heats, but we were

:47:55.:48:00.

disqualified. The might have beens do not matter, it was all about

:48:00.:48:04.

this fantastic Jamaican team, but it was a great race, and you have

:48:04.:48:09.

to hand it to the Americans. They equalled the old world record but

:48:09.:48:12.

still found 18 that was better. When you consider the great

:48:12.:48:18.

American sprinters of the past, Trell Kimmons, Tyson Gay, Justin

:48:18.:48:22.

Gatlin, young Ryan Bailey, they absolutely tore around, but on the

:48:22.:48:26.

day they were beaten not just by this man, but by a great, great

:48:26.:48:35.

Jamaican quartet. And even gave the British crowd a Mo part. That is

:48:36.:48:39.

nice to see, he understands the stage that he is on, and the

:48:39.:48:43.

British fans love him as well. He is very much aware of what he has

:48:43.:48:49.

meant to these games, he has played his part, and so has Mo Farah.

:48:49.:48:53.

British supporters will not like is the fact that that medal takes them

:48:53.:48:59.

above Great Britain in the track and field stand-ins. -- standing

:48:59.:49:04.

ins. A wonderful, wonderful night, not just for Jamaica but for

:49:04.:49:14.
:49:14.:49:21.

athletics needs this man, doesn't it? Athletics needs him, but I do

:49:21.:49:27.

not know if he needs athletics any more. I am starting to plan my exit

:49:27.:49:32.

now, like him, because he has done so much in such a short time, world

:49:32.:49:36.

champion, twice the Olympic champion, world record holder, and

:49:36.:49:41.

once you run out of goals, then there is no more motivation, and

:49:41.:49:44.

that is when you are vulnerable to being beaten, vulnerable to falling

:49:44.:49:52.

off the stage. Absolutely, I mean... He just to lift the sport, he has

:49:52.:49:57.

taken this to the masses. Everything about him is show, it is

:49:57.:50:01.

about performance, about delivering when it counts. The way he

:50:01.:50:07.

interacts with the crowd, he makes them believe, you know. They love

:50:07.:50:10.

athletics, and it is great. What has been interesting is Canada have

:50:10.:50:16.

been disqualified, so Trinidad & Tobago have been upgraded to third!

:50:16.:50:23.

What a night! What a night. some strange reason, he is not

:50:23.:50:30.

letting go! In case you're wondering why there was booing in

:50:30.:50:34.

the crowd, one of the officials, he wanted to keep the baton which he

:50:34.:50:37.

ran through the line with to establish the world record, and it

:50:37.:50:45.

was taken off him by an official. Steve Cram, who has got the bronze

:50:45.:50:53.

now? The bronze medal now goes to Trinidad & Tobago, 38.12. Canada

:50:53.:50:57.

disqualified, I am not quite sure at which point they were

:50:57.:51:01.

disqualified, we will clear that up afterwards. World record for

:51:01.:51:06.

Jamaica, brilliant gold medal run, 36.84, really smashing the record,

:51:06.:51:11.

that is a big chunk, two tense, equalled by the United States team

:51:11.:51:15.

in second place. Surprisingly, it has been a good night for Trinidad

:51:15.:51:25.
:51:25.:51:27.

night on the track, but it was a brilliant performance by Anna

:51:27.:51:36.

Chicherova in the women's high jump. As you can see, first-time

:51:36.:51:42.

clearance at 2.05, his second attempt. The American there in

:51:42.:51:45.

second place, another Russian in third, we can get confirmation

:51:45.:51:55.
:51:55.:52:02.

good night for Trinidad & Tobago. They had not won eight gold medal

:52:02.:52:08.

in track and field since 1976, but young Keshorn Walcott, the junior

:52:08.:52:11.

champion, through two National Records, and I do not think anyone

:52:11.:52:16.

would have picked this result. Junior champion becoming a Olympic

:52:16.:52:23.

champion. There we go! I do not think anyone in the world of

:52:23.:52:33.
:52:33.:52:37.

javelin would have picked that one, So we are still waiting for Mo

:52:37.:52:39.

Farah's second gold medal presentation, so while we wait,

:52:39.:52:44.

final thoughts on what has been a tremendous nine days of competition,

:52:44.:52:50.

Denise, you're an Stanning memory is... It has got to be Mo. Double

:52:50.:52:55.

Olympic champion, it has been a great time for British athletics

:52:55.:53:00.

and athletics in general. Colin? thoroughly enjoyed the whole

:53:00.:53:03.

journey, it has been wonderful, and to finish athletics on this very

:53:03.:53:08.

special night, Mo Farah getting the double and Jamaica setting the

:53:08.:53:12.

world record, the first time any team has gone under 37 seconds. I

:53:12.:53:18.

can remember when 18 first went and 38, France, a long time ago. -- a

:53:18.:53:24.

team. It has been tremendous. world records, two in sprint, and

:53:24.:53:28.

David Rudisha was absolutely fantastic. Michael, last word.

:53:28.:53:33.

entire week has been the best athletics championships I have ever

:53:33.:53:38.

witnessed, just the quality of all of the races, you know, but if I

:53:38.:53:42.

had to pick one performance, it would have to be David Rudisha,

:53:42.:53:45.

that was a phenomenal race from start to finish, great performance

:53:45.:53:50.

from him. Thanks for being part of it, all of you guys. This is the

:53:50.:54:00.
:54:00.:54:04.

medal table at the end of the visions of 80,000 people being in

:54:04.:54:07.

the stadium every night shivering and sheltering beneath the rules,

:54:07.:54:11.

but apart from tonight it has been like Athens all over again,

:54:11.:54:17.

solitary and warm. All I can tell you is that it is now... I have got

:54:17.:54:24.

it written down, 1430 days until the next a Olympic track and field

:54:24.:54:28.

at the end, which will be the shot put qualifying for men in Rio! We

:54:28.:54:32.

look forward to that, a mouth- watering prospect, that is it from

:54:32.:54:38.

Haven't we had the most astonishing week of athletics with the most

:54:38.:54:42.

thrilling finale tonight with that world record in the relay by pot

:54:42.:54:46.

macro and friends and a truly wonderful Mo Farah victory? We will

:54:46.:54:50.

return for that medal ceremony whenever it happens. We are

:54:50.:54:54.

changing sport, but this could be tasty, one of the most eagerly

:54:54.:54:58.

anticipated boxing finals, going for gold is Luke Campbell and

:54:58.:55:03.

Ireland's John Joe Nevin in the bantamweight division. Quite

:55:03.:55:06.

possibly the British fans might be out shouted for the first time at

:55:06.:55:10.

the Games. They met in the semi- finals of last year's world

:55:10.:55:13.

championships with the Yorkshireman winning on countback. It could be

:55:13.:55:22.

close again. Jim Neilly and Richie It has been over 100 years in the

:55:22.:55:26.

making, but for the first time ever in the Olympic boxing history, we

:55:26.:55:30.

have a final between Great Britain and Ireland, two men who know each

:55:30.:55:34.

other so well and have so much respect for each other. In blue,

:55:34.:55:39.

Luke Campbell, and his opponents in red from Ireland is John Joe Nevin,

:55:39.:55:44.

who was already putting his foot on top of the knee. The referee has

:55:44.:55:47.

had a good look at that and is saying, naughty boy, not a great

:55:47.:55:52.

start. Good start by Campbell, though, right hand into the face of

:55:52.:55:56.

the Irishman. This could not just go either way, I would suggest, it

:55:56.:56:01.

could be a very interesting contest in terms of tactics. Yeah, it is

:56:01.:56:05.

whoever can make his opponent make mistakes here. Classic game of

:56:05.:56:10.

physical chess, this one. Campbell is the better straight puncher, but

:56:10.:56:14.

Nevin is a superb counterpuncher, so it is who can make to lead,

:56:14.:56:19.

really. Campbell has started to establish his jab, but Nevin is

:56:19.:56:24.

very quick with the counters. You will see Nevin trying to draw the

:56:24.:56:27.

lead of Campbell, and he will come back with vast counters. Campbell

:56:27.:56:34.

has got to keep his garden as he comes forward. Good shot by

:56:34.:56:38.

Campbell with the left hand. The two met in the world championships

:56:38.:56:43.

in Azerbaijan, it was 12 apiece, and Campbell won on countback.

:56:43.:56:48.

Nevin has a decision from 2009 in the European Union Championships,

:56:48.:56:52.

but for my money it is Campbell who has landed with the cleaner shots

:56:52.:56:58.

in his opening round. Never has to try to get inside of him. -- Nevin.

:56:58.:57:02.

He sat back against the Cuban and let him come to him, but this is a

:57:02.:57:06.

change of tactic. It is not that good for Nevin, he had better

:57:06.:57:09.

success against the Cuban when he was on the back foot. Campbell is

:57:09.:57:14.

finally finding his range. Campbell has worked out Nevin's style very

:57:14.:57:18.

nicely and is using the reach advantage to very good effect. That

:57:18.:57:22.

is another good stabbing shot into the face of the Irishman, who tried

:57:22.:57:26.

to get in with the counter, but Campbell sensibly holes. Two

:57:26.:57:29.

minutes gone in his cat-and-mouse opening round in his bantamweight

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final in London. Campbell's hands are quicker, Nevin was quicker

:57:36.:57:39.

against the world champion, but that is better from Nevin on the

:57:39.:57:44.

counter. He is maybe the stronger of the two, and again that stabbing

:57:44.:57:48.

write hand from Campbell is the perfect punch to counter Nevin.

:57:48.:57:52.

Nevin is realising that he has got to get close to his opponent, he

:57:52.:57:55.

has to quicken his feet out if he is going to score, but this is

:57:55.:58:05.
:58:05.:58:13.

A good lad from Luke Campbell. I think he has picked up the good few

:58:13.:58:21.

shots. Nevin is coming forward. He knows what the task involves. He

:58:21.:58:26.

caught the key been in the semi- final with a very good left-hand.

:58:26.:58:30.

Campbell has boxed very cleverly in the opening round and has not

:58:30.:58:40.

conceded to match in the wake of punches. -- too much in the way of

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punches. Luke Campbell has of won A good performance from Campbell in

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that round. Nevin was a bit wayward with his shots. The more direct

:59:02.:59:08.

punchers word from Campbell. Never in it just got his timing wrong.

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Campbell moved in with those fast, straight shots. Much better work

:59:14.:59:21.

from the British boxer. Nevin is not boxing like he did against the

:59:21.:59:29.

Cuban he boxed in the previous round. He is coming forward. This

:59:29.:59:39.
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man has to keep it at range. He is boxing very well indeed. This is

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the brother between these two. Campbell in blue from Britain at

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the World Championships. Nevin has to get in. You can see that Nevin

:59:56.:00:03.

is wary of the jab of Campbell. He knows had difficult it is too trite

:00:03.:00:12.

and canter. Lovely stuff from Campbell. -- to try and cancer.

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Better work from the British boxer. It is the left hand to the midriff

:00:19.:00:25.

to follow it up. Nevin looks a little slow footed the stub he

:00:25.:00:34.

moved around the ring against the world champion. -- sloth at it.

:00:34.:00:41.

Campbell is picking him off brilliantly. Straight punches. The

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victory in a final can hinge on a few things - how they are feeling -

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did the last contest take too much out of them? It looks like Campbell

:00:54.:01:02.

has fared better. It is the straight punching of Campbell.

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Perhaps the man In the Moon can see them. Better by Nevin. He needs to

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land a lot more of those if he does not want this second round and the

:01:13.:01:19.

gold medal chance to slip away. It may not be over. Campbell needs to

:01:19.:01:24.

stick to his work and do what he has been doing all the way through.

:01:24.:01:30.

The balance of Campbell is perfect. He is not leaning in. He is coming

:01:30.:01:38.

back to the en garde position. That is why he is having better success.

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Campbell was a little bit slow with his feet and slowed with his attack.

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Has this opened the door for John Jo Nevin? That is what he did

:01:49.:01:56.

against the Cuban. He was quicker with both hands. That was good that

:01:56.:02:02.

work by Nevin. Campbell needs to get back to straight boxing. He

:02:02.:02:08.

lands with a good left hand to the midriff of Campbell. Nevin is

:02:08.:02:14.

stalking was a good but wet by camel. It is who can keep his nerve

:02:14.:02:24.
:02:24.:02:24.

and keep the boxing going? -- good footwork by Campbell. Nevin is

:02:24.:02:29.

starting to steal things like he did against the Cuban. What a great

:02:29.:02:39.
:02:39.:02:43.

right hand! Again, as Campbell man's, he is conceding points. He

:02:43.:02:48.

may still have a little lead to take into the last round. It will

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be desperately close in this historic final between Great

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:03:03.:03:03.

Britain and Ireland. Nevin got the second round. Do not give him a

:03:03.:03:09.

shot. I've told you about it. difference in that round his Nevin

:03:09.:03:15.

was better counter-attacking. He was finding his range a lot better.

:03:15.:03:20.

Nevin came back with the right hand - time and time again in that round.

:03:20.:03:26.

That is why he won it. He was beating Campbell to the punch. It

:03:26.:03:36.
:03:36.:03:38.

was a great shot by Nevin. It was the best one of the round. What a

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:03:48.:03:53.

Three minutes between the bands raids of Great Britain and Ireland

:03:53.:04:03.
:04:03.:04:04.

and an Olympic gold medal. -- the bantamweights. There is only a

:04:04.:04:08.

point between them. Nevin is looking more confident. Campbell

:04:09.:04:15.

needs to get back to his boxing. Campbell is trying to get in and

:04:15.:04:21.

out. He'd lost his balance slightly. Every second is precious. Every

:04:21.:04:26.

punch is painted with gold or silver. Nothing gets into the body.

:04:27.:04:36.

Keep it up says the referee! The judges may have scored that.

:04:36.:04:43.

Campbell is being a bit tentative. Nevin told to go to the neutral

:04:43.:04:50.

corner. I think it is the best from Campbell. The best has to be tapped

:04:50.:04:57.

in so that the waistband can be seen. Back they come again. Still

:04:57.:05:04.

plenty of time. Nevin gets in quickly. Better from Campbell. Off

:05:04.:05:14.
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the side of the Irish man's head. Both countries have gold through

:05:14.:05:19.

their women boxers. Who will be the first man from Britain or Ireland

:05:19.:05:25.

to take gold? Ireland only have Nevin as their banker. Britain have

:05:25.:05:32.

a couple more. Campbell has to use his jab more. The straight shot and

:05:32.:05:38.

bringing the left hand through. Never needs more shots, I think.

:05:38.:05:47.

Has he given him a cad? -- Nevin. There was a punch. He was off

:05:47.:05:55.

balance. That will only count as one scoring points Macro on the

:05:55.:06:03.

computer. -- point on the computer. Campbell is retreating. He is

:06:03.:06:09.

trying to draw his man armed. Desperate times for Nevern. Nothing

:06:09.:06:19.
:06:19.:06:22.

came back in reply. -- Nevin. Gold and silver at stake. Clever work by

:06:22.:06:27.

Campbell. He is making his man think. He needs a couple of punches

:06:27.:06:37.
:06:37.:06:38.

to win theirs. Campbell is holding on sensibly. -- win this. He is

:06:38.:06:42.

allowing Nevin to make the initiative was dug that is better.

:06:42.:06:52.
:06:52.:06:52.

A good shot by Kamal. -- Campbell. It could come down to the last

:06:52.:06:58.

punch of the contest. A good punch from Campbell. Campbell has just

:06:59.:07:06.

about done enough. Remember the standing eight count will only have

:07:06.:07:11.

counted as a one point. Nevin is desperate to get back into it.

:07:11.:07:18.

Campbell covers up. 10 seconds to go. Here comes never end. Good work

:07:18.:07:25.

to the body by the Irish man. Is it enough? This will be a nail-biting

:07:25.:07:35.
:07:35.:07:35.

last second. What the finish! Confident Campbell raises his hands.

:07:35.:07:40.

They think Luke Campbell has done it again will start the British

:07:40.:07:48.

corner things Luke Campbell has done it again. -- done it again.

:07:48.:07:55.

Did he had enough for the final? The judges will decide. It was very

:07:55.:08:01.

close. There was that left hand from Campbell as Nevin came in a

:08:01.:08:07.

bit recklessly. He made a mistake. Campbell brought him on to his long

:08:07.:08:14.

right hand. Better work from Campbell. Campbell things he has it.

:08:14.:08:19.

We shall find out. We shall find out. The scores will be given by

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the man on the PA system. We will get the decision. Will it be Cool

:08:27.:08:36.

Hand Luke or the ice man from Northern Ireland? Ladies and

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gentlemen, the winner by a score of 14 points to 11, and Olympic

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champion, in the blue corner from Great Britain, Luke Campbell.

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Campbell has got it. Luke Campbell is the Olympic bantamweight

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champion and a performance out of the very top drawer. Against an

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assault rifle and old friends. Their families know each other back

:09:05.:09:14.

in Ireland. Luke Campbell is the first British boxer to win Olympic

:09:14.:09:24.
:09:24.:09:27.

gold in his division since 1908. In You are an Olympic champion. How

:09:27.:09:33.

are you feeling? Lost for words. Very emotional. I have worked for

:09:33.:09:39.

it all my life. I cannot believe it is here. You showed great maturity

:09:39.:09:45.

in the ring. Did it help that you knew him really well? You can look

:09:45.:09:51.

at it both ways. He knew me really well as well. He is a top fighter.

:09:51.:10:00.

It is very difficult, the fight. It was very technical. From where I

:10:00.:10:05.

was standing, you seemed to get your tactics spot on tonight. Tap -

:10:05.:10:10.

- attack when you needed and defence against an aggressive

:10:10.:10:16.

fighter. He was strong at punching. I had to be aware of that. I had to

:10:16.:10:22.

be on my game to win. I was. One of your inspirations was the great

:10:22.:10:29.

Muhammad Ali. You are Olympic champions. I cannot believe it. I

:10:29.:10:35.

appreciate all the support - back home in Hull. You have made big

:10:35.:10:41.

headlines. Look down the lens and tell the people from Hull. I really

:10:41.:10:48.

appreciate all your support. Bankia very much. If they enjoy the

:10:48.:10:57.

ceremony. -- thank you very much. brilliant effort. Two more boxing

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finals tomorrow. We will be at the diving shortly. First, let's hear

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from the Jamaican relay team with Phil Jones. Here is a team that

:11:08.:11:14.

only deals in gold medals and world records. Was there talk to win in a

:11:14.:11:20.

world record time? We have had a lot of practice this year. This

:11:20.:11:25.

year been nailed it. I was expecting a fast time. That was

:11:25.:11:30.

really a fast time. You have been a part of this so many times before

:11:30.:11:38.

but was it extra special? It is almost like home. We have a huge

:11:38.:11:44.

following in the stands - a lot of Jamaican flags. The USA rant a fast

:11:44.:11:50.

race. We knew they had been doing extra practices. We are a bit above

:11:50.:11:56.

them right now. The world record, we did a very fast time. Sadly,

:11:56.:12:03.

Asafa Powell was not here. If he were on the team, maybe something

:12:03.:12:07.

faster. You are having a quick catch up. Give me of thoughts on

:12:07.:12:17.
:12:17.:12:17.

the world record and on your Games as a whole. It has been good. We

:12:17.:12:24.

are good. We did the handover is pretty well. The university has

:12:24.:12:30.

supported us - Birmingham University. You are great. Usain

:12:30.:12:36.

Bolt, your turn. Congratulations. The double triple. You have done it

:12:36.:12:42.

- amazing! It is always a beautiful thing to end on this note. This

:12:42.:12:46.

year we did it again. It is a wonderful feeling to end on a high

:12:46.:12:51.

note. It is a great championships. The team came out and gave their

:12:51.:12:57.

all. Aletta could have gone faster. We will leave room for improvement.

:12:57.:13:03.

People here love you and the sport needs you. Will you go on for

:13:03.:13:10.

another four years? I have thought about it. It will be very hard. I'm

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sure there will be a lot more young cats coming up to run. For me, I

:13:16.:13:22.

would take it a step at a time for stumps we do not see you here too

:13:22.:13:30.

often. -- at a time. Maybe when the tax laws changed. Exactly! Maybe

:13:30.:13:40.
:13:40.:13:45.

I would like to say big up to Birmingham, that is where we train,

:13:45.:13:51.

the supporters, the gym work, for me, it is an honour, thank you, for

:13:51.:13:56.

real, Brunel, it is awesome, the university has done great for us,

:13:56.:14:01.

we will come every summer and stay, we get a lot of support from

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everybody there, so thank you guys. Thank you for your time. No problem,

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not a problem, guys, everybody in England, I love you, thank you for

:14:10.:14:15.

your support, I wish I could run here every day. Johnny English, you

:14:16.:14:23.

are great! We are all doing the Mobot now, he even does that draw.

:14:23.:14:28.

Let's see how it Hain -- Tom Daley got on in the 10m platform. He

:14:28.:14:34.

thought the Chinese would take some beating tweeting China seemed

:14:34.:14:38.

unstoppable. Gary, it has been hugely dramatic

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here in the Aquatics Centre, because Tom Daley went for his

:14:41.:14:46.

first dive, they have six in total in this final, 12 have made it

:14:46.:14:54.

through, and he is going 9th each He was not happy, look at the look

:14:54.:15:00.

on his face. Look at him! The reason he was not happy was, as he

:15:00.:15:04.

was diving, flashlights were going off. It is not allowed while they

:15:04.:15:09.

are diving, so he and his coach objected, there was a little delay,

:15:09.:15:16.

would be be allowed to dive again? They decided that he would, and he

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scored 75.6 on his first dive, this was the second attempt. Could he do

:15:21.:15:26.

better with no flashlight photography? Incredible composure,

:15:26.:15:31.

to ask for the second dive, to do it straight away, and second time

:15:31.:15:36.

around he executed really well for a score of 91.8, averages of 8.5.

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To explain what you need to know about diving, there are seven

:15:41.:15:46.

judges in total, they take the talk macro and bottom schools to leave

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you with three, they multiply that by the difficulty of the dive, to

:15:49.:15:55.

give your score. You are looking at scores in the 90s, and the Chinese

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diverse, Lin Yue and Qiu Bo can get up to 100 in one dive. Tom was

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third after the first dive, 5th after the second, 4th after the

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third, and after a fantastic 4th dive, is now in bronze medal

:16:11.:16:15.

position. Lin Yue had a terrible fork dive and has moved right down.

:16:15.:16:21.

David Boudia of America, the 23- year-old, is leading head of Qiu Bo.

:16:21.:16:26.

Tom Daley, 18 years old, diving at his second Olympics is in bronze-

:16:26.:16:31.

medal position at the moment. They have two to go, so we are going to

:16:31.:16:35.

join our commentary team of Leon Taylor, silver-medallist at Athens

:16:35.:16:45.
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It is a good dive, just finding himself a little bit off the pace.

:16:49.:16:53.

This is a good effort, but the class of the field we are seeing,

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even mid-80s, which is what this will get, leaves in a little bit

:16:57.:17:07.
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fly the flag for the USA tonight. 8.5 is a good return, but not quite

:17:11.:17:21.
:17:21.:17:26.

where it needs to be. He is looking time over his preparation. 3.6, the

:17:26.:17:36.
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degree of difficulty. He is in 7th must perform this group, the

:17:45.:17:48.

backward three and a half somersaults in pike position. This

:17:48.:17:54.

is what Tom Daley has coming up next. Victor Minibaev still keeping

:17:54.:18:04.
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himself in the next, he has been and he keeps the pressure on the

:18:05.:18:09.

front runners. This Russian is not going anywhere. He is in the 90s,

:18:09.:18:16.

that has lifted him into first place for the time being. Now the

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last dive from the next man you will see, Martin Wolfram, it

:18:22.:18:26.

probably caused him an injury. But he is going to carry on, back two

:18:26.:18:36.
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and a half somersault with two and there, maybe that is the shoulder

:18:41.:18:46.

that he ripped on his last dive, only 64, that took him way out of

:18:46.:18:50.

contention. You can see in favouring the last arm to get out

:18:50.:18:58.

of the pool. -- the left arm. This is the 3.6 that Tom Daley had a

:18:58.:19:04.

second attempt on in round one. Well from his off the pace now.

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Only 20 years old, plenty of diving in front of him, but he will not

:19:08.:19:12.

feature in the medals today. A big name to watch out for at the 2016

:19:12.:19:22.
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better than the preliminaries, and the step up from the semi-final.

:19:28.:19:38.
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is the one that we wanted, that is the one that we got! Oh, my

:19:48.:19:53.

goodness me! Now it is down to the others, that is so decisive. This

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dive is huge, it should get over 100 points. Back three and a half

:19:59.:20:05.

in AIPAC position. That is the dive of the meet for him, absolutely

:20:05.:20:10.

buries it, out of sight, while! The pressure is on for the rest of the

:20:10.:20:20.
:20:20.:20:33.

for the time being. This man has always responded in kind every time

:20:33.:20:37.

that Tom Daley has done something special, and he has done some

:20:37.:20:47.
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The difference is that Tom Daley was clean, vertical entry, without

:20:55.:21:01.

splash. But he was bang on the money, vertical, but he has thrown

:21:01.:21:05.

up a little bit and splash. But he did have a bit of a lead, and this

:21:05.:21:09.

could even things up, they could be level-pegging. They can only be a

:21:09.:21:13.

small amount of points between them. This is going down to the final

:21:13.:21:19.

dive, as I thought it might! And Tom Daley is in the next. Can I

:21:19.:21:27.

tell you something? 0.15 separates Tom Daley and David Boudia, and

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Daley is in front. Tom Daley leads David Boudia. Two Chinese to go,

:21:36.:21:41.

talking about the flash photography, we do not want his medal chances

:21:41.:21:45.

ruined by people wanting to get their snouts. Plenty of time for

:21:45.:21:55.
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that when and if he is on the medal superb entry. He was faltering on

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his forwards 4 1/2, getting less than 70, but this will see him back

:22:23.:22:27.

at in the 80s and will keep him in contention. He will be looking for

:22:27.:22:33.

9 and 10 to get back up with Daley and David Boudia. Nearly tipping

:22:33.:22:38.

over from vertical, a little bit too much splash. Oh, it is going to

:22:38.:22:41.

be tight. I wonder how much of a buffer they have got ahead of Lin

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Yue? 91.8, he matches David Boudia, but he does not match Daley. He is

:22:49.:22:55.

in third with one to come in round five. And that one to come is the

:22:55.:23:05.
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vertical but bang on the money, completely ripped entry, he is in

:23:13.:23:23.
:23:23.:23:31.

the mix still. Lin Yue is off the see what the marks are. Super slow-

:23:31.:23:37.

motion, forward 4 1/2, good dive, good entry. Let's see what we are

:23:37.:23:45.

looking at. I don't believe it. are watching on the BBC, three

:23:45.:23:52.

divers separated by 0.15 on a mark. That is going into the final round,

:23:52.:24:02.
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and who is at the top? Tom Daley, with the bluntest of knives, it is

:24:25.:24:32.

unbelievable! Quite truly remarkable, what we are seeing here.

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The last events in the Aquatics Centre at the London Olympics 2012.

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Is the move secure?! Check the nuts and bolts, just and case. It is

:24:44.:24:52.

that kind of night. Riley McCormick to finish his programme. Back 3 1/2

:24:52.:24:59.

somersaults with pike, 3.6. He has enjoyed the experience. This time

:24:59.:25:09.
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round he has gone better than last out last year's champion, and he

:25:22.:25:28.

has nailed it again, what a dive to finish on. 3.6 degree of difficulty,

:25:28.:25:31.

that will get him well over 90 points, and a very respectable

:25:31.:25:36.

score for this young Canadian, only 20 years old, his second Olympic

:25:36.:25:41.

Games. What a performance he has put in, but I do not think he would

:25:41.:25:46.

get above 10th, and for this kind of total score, it is harsh at the

:25:46.:25:51.

very least. Look at this. He has loved it. He loves the crowd. He is

:25:51.:25:57.

looking up at the board, go in, where my? First at the moment, but

:25:57.:26:07.
:26:07.:26:14.

493, nearly at the 500 barrier, and hors d'oeuvre before the main

:26:14.:26:19.

course now, watching then diving out of their skins, but they are

:26:19.:26:23.

not going to be in a medals. They are support players, if you like,

:26:23.:26:33.
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to the drama that is unfolding at around like helicopters, when your

:26:45.:26:51.

legs splay and your feet crossover, the judges will penalise you. Back

:26:51.:26:55.

two and a half somersaults, two and a half tourists, 3.6, losing defeat,

:26:55.:27:00.

losing the legs, bending his legs, he is all over the shop, a bit of a

:27:00.:27:10.
:27:10.:27:10.

take-off of that on, having to print to get around. The judges are

:27:10.:27:18.

taking their time, and they will not be making very pleasant reading.

:27:18.:27:24.

The crowd gets to see them just before you do on your screen. The

:27:24.:27:29.

rather slow... At the end of the competition. -- he rather sloped a

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:27:39.:27:40.

off. Ivan Garcia Navarro, everyone has enjoyed in today. Matt Tee

:27:40.:27:49.

image and... What is that? No idea! You get some enthusiasm and support

:27:49.:27:59.
:27:59.:28:20.

for his last dive, it is a big one, slightly. -- runneth over slightly.

:28:20.:28:26.

This won him the single -- the Silver Medal in the synchronised. A

:28:26.:28:32.

massive degree of difficulty. He lost control of the dive when he

:28:32.:28:40.

went into the water. He overcooked it slightly. He is going to join

:28:40.:28:50.
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the 500 club easily. We enjoyed thinking? What is he doing? What is

:29:05.:29:10.

going through his mind? He has had a while to think about things.

:29:10.:29:20.
:29:20.:29:33.

There are a few more divers between He has been dining out of his skin.

:29:33.:29:42.

He has not looked back. -- diving out of his skin. This one, it will

:29:42.:29:49.

be right up there as well. He will not feature in the medals. He has

:29:49.:29:54.

dived out of his skin. He was lucky to make it through the

:29:54.:29:58.

preliminaries. This mark would win the competition anywhere around the

:29:58.:30:06.

world normally. What will the winning score be tonight?

:30:06.:30:13.

Astonishing! Absolutely astonishing! Sascha Klein has

:30:13.:30:17.

threatened on the evidence of last night and the semi-finals this

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morning. It has not proved to be that way it after a very difficult

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used to seeing best. It used to be a difficulty of 3.8. It was

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downgraded to 3.6 in 2009. Tom Daley has already used this. This

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could prove critical. Tom Daley is finishing on a 3.3. He needs to

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match these 3.6s. Sascha Klein falls just short of 500. We could

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have had nine, 10 people over 500 today. He has enjoyed his

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experience. No kiss for the camera at this time - just a wave.

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Thoughts of what might have been -- best to his team-mate, David B

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Macro, tonight. -- David Btonight. Another beauty. They are all using

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the same dive. You can choose the order you perform these dives in.

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They know this is one of their strongest. Tom Daley opens with

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this one pulls up these guys are finishing off with what is

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potentially the best dive. -- this one. It will be high 90 points.

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Will he join the 500 club? Yes, he well. Total Scott, 505 point four.

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They're all in the 500 range. It will be made to 500s that will win

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it, which is remarkable. -- mid- 500s. Plenty of time to compose

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himself. He will direct for the final time, Victor Minibaev of

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man from Russia has done. He is only 21 years old. He has finished

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with a flourish. He has been consistent. He will not finish in

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the medals that he will finish in the top five. He will get a massive

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score. He will join the 500 club. No one faltering on this final

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round so far. A big smile. Look at that! I am probably not even going

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to get a medal. These marks are bounce back from injury he took a

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few rounds ago. This will put a lot of pressure on any knock or damage

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that might have been created. a superb diver. He has really hurt

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himself. You can see the grimness on his face. He cannot even do at a

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stroke to get into the side. Look who is on the board! This is big

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for Tom Daley. He only has a 3.3 to finish on. He needs to match the

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3.6s. What will this mark? Courageous pictures. He is diving

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with a severe injury and still going over 500 will start

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considering how badly injured he was, that is amazing. There is the

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pain. Now, Tom Daley. Preparation for the biggest dive of your life.

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World champion 2009 in Rome. That was his biggest moment thus far.

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European champion 2012. None of that holds a candle to this. This

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is what you have worked for for a whole decade. This is what you

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imagined it would be like and you said you would represent Great

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Britain at the Olympics. Reverse 3.5 somersaults with tuck. Good

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do any more than that. It needed to be perfect. Apart from a minute bit

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of splash, it was perfect. The crowd is on its feet. Tom Daley has

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done everything he can. David Beckham is on his feet. It is not

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quite worth a 10th but there we go. -- a 10. 556.95. Tom Daley, you

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could not have done any more. It is out of your hands now. It is a

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smile! Yes, yes. Now the agony begins. He has to sit back and

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watch the others. The others, including the equal second place

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diver going into the final round. He has a higher tariff dive, 3.6.

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No pressure. Back to 0.5 somersaults, 2.5 twists. -- 2.5

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Foster he has performed it. That is actually really good. He only needs

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90 points to get above Tom Daley. I think he well. He has performed

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outstandingly today. It is a worthy recipient of an Olympic medal. What

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colour is yet to be decided but that is a dive and a half. He has

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six at a six and he has been consistent all day. Wow, look at

:38:10.:38:20.
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that! Tom Daley's hopes of a gold card - but he has got a medal. -- a

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gold are dashed. He has topped the score of Tom Daley by 12 points.

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What is standard we have seen! Still, two more to go, if your

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nerves can stand it. Mine are shredded. That was a good dive but

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he has left himself too much to do. He will not feature in the medals.

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Qui Bo still to come. He has faltered. That has cost him. He has

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been outclassed on this final round. Not quite as neat and tidy as it

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needed to be. He is out of the medals, probably a fourth-place

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finish will start this means it is definitely a medal Panathenaic

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win. We had such drama in Beijing with the last dive. 102 required.

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This has to be absolutely spot on or it is American gold. I do not

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know which way it will go. That is spot on as well. It is down to the

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judges. It is worth nines, maybe 9.5. Will he sneak it? It is bronze

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for Tom Daley. He was in second place after this round. It is the

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same dive. What will Qui Bo be awarded? What is happening? He has

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got what? Let's see the marks. They are not up on the board yet. A

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computer malfunction. He has 100.8 which puts him in second place.

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David Boudia gets the gold. Tom Daley celebrates as only he can. It

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is a bronze medal, beaten by 12 points and 10 points from silver.

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Celebrations from America and celebrations by Great Britain. Tom

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Daley will show as his swimming prowess as well as his diving

:41:19.:41:29.
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capabilities as well. Look at Qui Bo. He is to stop. Look at Tom

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Daley! He was a class act. Well done, Tom! I am so proud of you. Or

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your team, or your family. Amazing! Everyone was here to see a show.

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They got exactly that. 15th after the preliminaries, force after the

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semi-finals. Third in the final. Beaten by 12 points in a

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competition where the winner got five had and 68.65. Qui Bo, we

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expected him to win. -- 406 DA Points 65. All the plaudits come up

:42:17.:42:27.
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all the gnaws -- all the plaudits, all the noise are for Tom Daly. He

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has been through an emotional roller-coaster. You would not know

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it by his face. Absolute elation and joy as some have fired. He has

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a collection - World Championship gold, European Championship gold,

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Commonwealth Championship gold and now an Olympic bronze medal to add

:42:52.:43:02.
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to the collection. He will return tears, so many tears for China, but

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absolute smiles as wide as the What an amazing contest, and full

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credit to this man, David Boudia, who dived out of his skin, he was

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sensational, taking the gold medal for the USA, but Tom Daley, Tom

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Daley! His second the Olympics, his first was at the age of 14, his

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second at 18, a bronze medal! You have to celebrate that as the

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ultimate! It was a diving master class today, David Boudia was

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faultless, Cuba was only good enough for silver, and Daley, under

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all that pressure, dive after dive, Olympic medal. He led for just a

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fraction of a second after the 5th dive, at the end of that round,

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that was sensational, but it was always going to be hard with his

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6th dive because it was not as high a difficulty rating. Such a

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dramatic start. The re-dive! other divers finished on that, so

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he had already used the 3.6 at the beginning of this programme. The

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only had 3.3 left at the end, his best dive, and he delivered. What a

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performance, I do not have the words to express how proud I am of

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that performance today. The first individual medallists since 1960,

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what a worthy recipient. You won silver in Athens, the rate what Tom

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Daley has done here as greater than that in terms of performing under

:44:46.:44:50.

pressure, bringing himself up for the big occasion, saying, this is

:44:50.:44:55.

my moment? Look at the build up, he is only 18, but it has been well-

:44:55.:44:59.

documented, the adversity he has had to deal with. The expectation

:44:59.:45:04.

was unbelievable, and he felt it. In the preliminaries, that was not

:45:04.:45:08.

the Tom Daley we saw tonight, but he turned it around, he was on fire

:45:08.:45:13.

this morning, and the click up a gear this evening, what an awesome

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competition! If you think of what people have had to go through in

:45:17.:45:20.

the build-up to this Olympics, nobody has had to deal with more

:45:20.:45:24.

than Tom Daley, the death of his father just over a year ago,

:45:24.:45:29.

recollecting himself, getting here, training as hard as he does, and it

:45:29.:45:35.

comes down to 1.6 seconds from top to bottom. Unbelievable! How much

:45:35.:45:38.

attention was then that competition? David Boudia seems to

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respond and respond, but it was all about keeping a cool head. We

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expected to see the Chinese diver on the podium, but 4th, Lin Yue,

:45:47.:45:52.

anyone can make mistakes. Qiu Bo was devastated, he thought that it

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was his, he is an amazing diver, but he was outclassed by David

:45:57.:46:04.

Boudia. A great contest, gold for the USA, silver for China, but he

:46:04.:46:09.

was devastated with that. Pele did with the bronze medal is Tom Daley,

:46:09.:46:14.

a top-class performance. -- elated. We will be hearing from him very

:46:14.:46:18.

shortly. We will be back with Clare for that,

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what a sensational performance, that was incredible. Michael

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Johnson is with me for a reason, because an extraordinarily great

:46:26.:46:29.

night of athletics, and we can go back into the stadium because we

:46:29.:46:39.
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are about to get the medal ceremony We had 12 1/2 laps of tension and

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this huge crowd were on their feet long before it approached the

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finish, and Thomas Longosiwa were ended up providing the best

:46:52.:46:57.

challenge that Kenya could offer. Very well done to him. I am not

:46:57.:47:04.

sure he would have expected to take a medal here. The times were

:47:04.:47:07.

irrelevant, I will not even read them out, because it was a slow

:47:07.:47:17.
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5,000m. It is all about who came The silver medal to this young man,

:47:25.:47:32.

Dejen Gebremeskel. He tried to chase Mo Farah home last year in

:47:32.:47:36.

Daegu, he ran him down in the home straight, he could not do it then

:47:36.:47:41.

and he could not do it this time. He got one step closer at, and he

:47:41.:47:47.

is a very good athlete, the quickest man in the world this year.

:47:47.:47:51.

But in this type of race, those sort of times are completely

:47:51.:47:56.

irrelevant. It is silver for Ethiopia. And just listen to this!

:47:56.:48:06.
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They announce Mo Farah or as the Worth the wait! In all senses. His

:48:15.:48:21.

second gold medal, the double Olympic champion, 10,000 and now

:48:21.:48:25.

5,000m, he must be bursting with pride, Brendan. He's certainly must

:48:25.:48:29.

be bursting with pride, and he will be bursting with more pride fairly

:48:29.:48:34.

soon, I'm sure it is going to be served Mohammed Farah at the end of

:48:34.:48:38.

the year, and nobody deserves it more. There has never in a moment

:48:38.:48:42.

in athletics like this before, it has been such a privilege, it has

:48:42.:48:52.
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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 81 seconds

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been a long journey, but he has A wonderful outpouring of national

:49:39.:49:45.

pride. His wife and his daughter is celebrating with the whole nation.

:49:45.:49:51.

One of the greatest feats that our country has ever seen in the sport

:49:51.:49:58.

of athletics. And you know, Brendan, people are going to say, which one

:49:58.:50:04.

did you prefer? If you have got two kids, you love them both equally,

:50:04.:50:08.

and he will love both of these gold medals equally, none ranks above

:50:08.:50:18.

the other. Go, Mo! 160,000 people will be able to say, I was there.

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Saturday night at the London Olympic Stadium, Omagh wins, and

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his daughter celebrates! -- Mo. Wonderful scenes inside the Olympic

:50:28.:50:33.

Stadium, Mo Farah, the British hero at 5,000m and 10,000m. You have

:50:33.:50:38.

been in many stadiums and many big events over the years, Michael, how

:50:38.:50:43.

does this compare? It was a fantastic atmosphere from start to

:50:43.:50:48.

finish, and Mo started it last Saturday with a fantastic

:50:48.:50:53.

performance in the 10,000m, and tonight he was successful again.

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There was a little bit of a question mark on the 5,000 for him,

:50:57.:51:03.

the 10,000 we were pretty sure that he could bring it home. After the

:51:03.:51:07.

semi-finals of the 5,000, he did not look great in at race, and his

:51:07.:51:12.

10,000m will take a lot out of you, and then the 5,000 semi-finals as

:51:12.:51:16.

well, and this track is really hard, that is why we are seeing fast

:51:16.:51:21.

times. Great for sprinters, not full distance, so it took a lot out

:51:21.:51:25.

of his legs, but the key was it he was going to be able to recover in

:51:25.:51:29.

time for this final, and he was able to do it. You know, Mo has

:51:29.:51:34.

really arrived as a distance runner, we have seen him for so many are

:51:34.:51:37.

showing great potential, and he went to the US and started training

:51:37.:51:41.

their last year, and physically he showed, OK, at the World

:51:41.:51:45.

Championships, I can do this. But this year that gave him so much

:51:45.:51:50.

confidence, and the 10,000m medal gave him the confidence to compete.

:51:50.:51:54.

You mentioned the sprinters, and we saw an extraordinary performance

:51:54.:52:00.

from the Jamaican relay tame in the 4x100 metres team, setting a new

:52:00.:52:09.

world record. This is their medal ceremony. Another huge roar goes up

:52:09.:52:12.

any stadium, the last one that they were here in London, who knows

:52:12.:52:16.

whether this quartet will stay together or not? Probably doubtful,

:52:16.:52:20.

Nesta Carter and Michael Frater have done this Jamaican team proud

:52:20.:52:27.

over the last four years. Yohan Blake came into the squad last year.

:52:27.:52:35.

And of course with this man, they are unstoppable! I bet they do not

:52:35.:52:45.
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even practise much. The other two guys need a routine, come on, try

:52:46.:52:55.

Great athletes in their own right, Nesta Carter and Michael Frater,

:52:55.:53:00.

but this is where the real action takes place, round that Top bend,

:53:00.:53:06.

Yohan Blake was incredible, and Bolt wrote it home for a new world

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record, 36.84. Jamaica, the Olympic # Eternal Father, bless our land

:53:23.:53:32.

# Guard us with Thy mighty hand # Keep us free from evil powers

:53:32.:53:38.

# Be our light through countless hours

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# To our leaders, Great Defender # Grant true wisdom from above

:53:48.:53:58.
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# Justice, truth be ours forever # Jamaica, land we love

:54:00.:54:10.
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# Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaica, land Remain ever see these four together

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again. If we do not, it has been an absolute pleasure watching them

:54:25.:54:29.

around. If you remember how good the Americans were when they broke

:54:29.:54:34.

the world record at Los Angeles, they are now running one second

:54:34.:54:40.

faster. Incredible! Terrific stuff, absolutely wonderful, put into

:54:40.:54:46.

perspective, if you can, the achievements of Usain Bolt, 6 gold

:54:46.:54:50.

medals, four world records, quite something. He has got a perfect

:54:51.:54:54.

record at the Olympic Games, and that is incredible. In Beijing, he

:54:54.:54:58.

showed as he was an incredible talent, but in London he came under

:54:58.:55:01.

a challenge and he showed us that he is a great competitor who can

:55:01.:55:05.

rise to the occasion when the cameras and the lights are on. He

:55:05.:55:10.

delivers, he is fantastic athlete, one of the best ever. Thanks for

:55:10.:55:14.

popping into join us, I know it was not expected, but it has been one

:55:14.:55:18.

hell of an evening! Before we move on, we can tell you about another

:55:18.:55:23.

medal ceremony. Earlier we show due Luke Campbell beating John Joe

:55:23.:55:28.

Nevin in the bantamweight division in the boxing, and we can go to

:55:28.:55:32.

that ceremony now and joined Jim Neilly. They had to work hard to

:55:32.:55:36.

talk John Joe Nevin into competing. He did not want to come, then he

:55:36.:55:41.

had a few decent warm-up contests, his confidence was restored, and he

:55:41.:55:47.

went into the final of confidence, having beaten the Cuban world

:55:47.:55:49.

champion and the world number one. But he could not replicate that

:55:49.:55:56.

form in the final. Having watched Katie Taylor take a gold medal for

:55:56.:56:00.

Ireland, the Irish fans and the Irish eyes were watching this man

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Gold-medallist, Olympic champion, representing Great Britain, Luke

:56:20.:56:30.
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Hole will be the capital of Britain for quite some time to come. The

:56:33.:56:36.

amateur boxing club when Nick Bronte does such a fantastic job

:56:36.:56:41.

will be in ecstasy, and what a moment for all the British coaches

:56:41.:56:46.

here, the men led by Robert McCracken. Because he has a

:56:47.:56:50.

professional licence, he is not allowed to sit at ringside and

:56:50.:56:54.

watch his charges, but the men who deputised for him had C Luke

:56:54.:57:00.

Campbell, all the way through. For the first time in the boxing in

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 81 seconds

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London, we have the national anthem Are a couple of days ago, it was

:57:58.:58:03.

Nicola Adams. I do not think, Richie Woodhall, it has sunk in, I

:58:03.:58:07.

do not think Luke Campbell can believe what he has achieved.

:58:07.:58:11.

think he is still in the zone, look, he is not even smiling, but the

:58:11.:58:16.

ultimate achievement, to win the Olympic gold medal, there is no

:58:16.:58:19.

better achievement as an amateur boxer, and he has done it,

:58:19.:58:24.

congratulations. Brilliant performance, what a night! We are

:58:24.:58:28.

almost done, but Gabby will be back after the news to round up a

:58:28.:58:33.

brilliant day. I understand Mr Beckham is amongst the guests.

:58:33.:58:36.

Before I say farewell, the headlines, and Britain have made

:58:36.:58:46.
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significant progress on the medal a gold medal for Mo Farah, he gave

:58:48.:58:52.

a masterful performance in the 5,000m to complete the long-

:58:52.:58:58.

distance double in the space of seven days. Jamaica broke their own

:58:58.:59:03.

world record in the 4x100 metres with Usain Bolt bringing the baton

:59:03.:59:12.

home to end three gold medals for the second successive games. Luke

:59:12.:59:16.

Campbell realised his lifetime dreams as he floored Ireland's John

:59:16.:59:24.

Joe Nevin on his way to the Olympic bantamweight title tonight.

:59:24.:59:28.

Britain's Bolt in a boat, Ed McKeever -- to the gold medal at

:59:28.:59:38.
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Eton Dorney in the 200m kayak bronze medal in a high-class 10m

:59:39.:59:43.

platform final, finishing less than 12 points behind surprise champion

:59:43.:59:53.
:59:53.:59:57.

but there have been one or two metals added today, the gold medal

:59:57.:00:05.

tally is up to 28, and the final of the 62 went to Tom Daley, we saw

:00:05.:00:10.

that just a little while ago, he was on the podium to receive that

:00:10.:00:14.

bronze medal. Delighted, he was. We were hoping to get an interview,

:00:14.:00:18.

but he has not had the chance to speak to anyone at the Aquatics

:00:18.:00:22.

Centre, so we promised we would try to get him, and you'll see that

:00:22.:00:32.
:00:32.:00:33.

Wonderful pictures. I will be back with the closing ceremony tomorrow

:00:33.:00:36.

night, what an Olympic Games we have had, from the remarkable

:00:36.:00:40.

opening ceremony, the rowing, cycling, athletics, boxing, diving,

:00:40.:00:50.
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so many highlights. London has done It is Great Britain's first gold

:01:16.:01:26.
:01:26.:02:00.

New line an Olympic champion! -- The crowd were absolutely

:02:00.:02:04.

incredible, this is what I have dreamt of my entire life. You look

:02:04.:02:08.

up to the crowd, every seat is taken and it is filled with Union

:02:08.:02:12.

flags. I am just so blown away. Unbelievable, I have never seen

:02:12.:02:19.

anything like it, dream come true! It has been amazing! You little

:02:19.:02:29.
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Both Brownlee brothers on the Charlotte Dujardin has gold!

:02:52.:03:00.

The final six track athletics medals will be won tonight, with British eyes firmly focused on the first to be decided, the men's 5,000m. Mo Farah looks to repeat his gold medal success in last year's world championships, and he could be adding a second medal to this year's tally if he was successful a week ago in the 10,000m. The evening ends with what is always a dramatic race, the men's 4x100m relay.

Followed by the climax of the men's 10m diving. Can Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield reach the podium?

Athletics: 19.00 Women's high jump final 19.20 Men's javelin throw final 19.30 Men's 5,000m final 20.00 Women's 800m final 20.25 Women's 4 x 400m relay final 21.00 Men's 4 x 100m relay final

Athletics commentators: Steve Cram Paul Dickenson Jonathan Edwards Brendan Foster Phil Jones

Diving: 20.30 Men's 10m platform final

Diving commentators: Bob Ballard Leon Taylor.


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