BBC One: Day 4: 14.00-16.00 Olympics


BBC One: Day 4: 14.00-16.00

Jake Humphrey, Jonathan Edwards and Rishi Persad host as individual honours are awarded in the equestrian three-day event, and the Canadian singles canoe slalom title is decided.


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Good afternoon, welcome to a very busy Olympic Park. Once again it is

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busy with members of the public getting a real sense of the Games,

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and British athletes doing exactly the same thing. Still no gold medal

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for Britain, but the silver lining in the equestrian - could there be

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individual gold this afternoon? In the pool, Jemma Lowe reached the

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200m butterfly semi-final, but Ellen Gandy is out. Michael

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Jamieson and Alan Willis progress to the 200m breaststroke final. And

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Disappointment in the archery for Naomi Folkard. I suppose we could

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Naomi Folkard. I suppose we could describe that as a mixed morning.

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This is what the medal table looks United States are still locked at

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17 medals apiece. The Chinese have 17 medals apiece. The Chinese have

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nine golds to the United States' five so far. We have a very busy

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afternoon, including the tantalising conclusion of the canoe

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slalom. Stay where you are for that, however the result in front of many

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fans in Greenwich Park is the story of the day, particularly for Zara

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Phillips. This is 40 years after her father won gold in the Munich

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Games. In this case, gold went to the impressive German team, and

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Tina Cook going clear was the performance that secured the silver

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medal. Mary King also had a flawless run, and afterwards they

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spoke to us. Members of the royal family were in the crowd, it was

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extraordinary to watch. This is what they have to say.

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The you coped magnificently. These are the things you think about, and

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you think it won't happen to me. The team have done so well and it

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was so close. We could have got silver or nothing, and that would

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have been awful. Gold would have been brilliant, silver was

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fantastic. Was that the most important round of jumping in your

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whole career? I suppose it must have been. I have been fortunate

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enough to do a few over the years, but this wasn't front of the home

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crowd and they were so supportive. We know it comes to this and the

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crowd, they were unbelievable. I got a penalty which has dropped any

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an individual place. I have got to try to do better and get an

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individual medal, that is what I really want. Will it be hard to

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focus? No, we are very much on the Bolton, get in there and see what

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they build us. He you can find a Union Jack flag for sale somewhere

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in East London, you will do very well, because it looks like they

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are all in Greenwich Park. Give us some kind of idea of the atmosphere

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as it was for you. It was extremely tense.

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It is very quiet when the dressage takes place, also very quiet when

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the showjumping takes place, but every time a British rider jumped

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the fence out there today, there were tens of thousands of clicks,

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then it went quiet, then tens of thousands of clicks again. Every

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time they rattled the bar, you could hear a pin drop. Tina Cook

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had a big job on her hands when she went out last for Great Britain,

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knowing she had to be within the time to make sure Great Britain won

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the silver medal. Obviously today is the Davy Medal

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is won, but it is three days of hard graft. Your interview with

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Zara Phillips is fascinating because I think she thought she had

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cost Great Britain a medal. Yes, when she came out into the arena

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she had a big smile on her face. I said that to her, and she didn't

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even know that because she was so caught up in the moment.

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Unfortunately she had the post box down very early on, and I think she

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thought that would have cost us the chance of winning the gold medal,

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which in a sense it did, but we lost that earlier in the

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competition. She held her nerve to go on and do it because it is very

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easy when you make a mistake to let your guard down. The horse can feel

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your confidence, and she and High Kingdom went clear for the rest of

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the round, and in the end she was part of an excellent team

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performance. It is definitely worth focusing on the performances of

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Tina Cook and Mary King, and their consistency over the last away-days.

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First of four, Mary King is 51, appearing at her sixth Olympic

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Games, and she said this was perhaps the toughest showjumping

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test she had done in her whole life. Her horse yesterday, Imperial

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Cavalier, was superbly on the cross-country course. It is a tight

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course, and perhaps it would not have suited him because physically

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he is a very big horse, but she was able to cope with the tension once

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again. She is experienced enough. As for Tina Cook, she has had a

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difficult year. Her horse Miners Frolic nearly died a year ago, but

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somehow she got him together, back competing, and he has been

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brilliant. She has obviously got the individual to come. Personally

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for Tina, she lost her father, the trainer who was responsible for a

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horse that won the Grand National in 1981 and there is that

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correlation between that horse, who was retired and many people thought

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he wouldn't make it, but he was brought back to the Grand National

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by her father, and she has done something similar with her horse,

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Miners Frolic. Bid for we let you go, we will be back with you very

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soon when they go for their individual medals, and it is worth

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pointing out how close it is at the front - just one fence between the

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top four. Currently Sweden in the top four. Currently Sweden in the

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lead, Germany's second, then Mary King in third place and Tina Cook

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in fourth place. Should they go clear, and Sarah and Michael have

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offence go down, we could be talking about gold and silver.

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Don't go anywhere, get your Union Don't go anywhere, get your Union

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Jack out and you can be waving that later. It is always worth reminding

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you that all the sports you can see thorough available via the red

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button and the website. Later on BBC Three Tonia Couch and Sarah

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Barrow look to go one better than the boys yesterday in the diving.

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Meanwhile, on BBC One, time to head 15 miles north of here to Lee

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Valley and the canoe slalom. Britain's David Florence just

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scraped into the semi-final today. Sadly he hit a gate managing sixth

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place so we can now join it towards the end of the semi-final and

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David's place in the semi-final the Olympics in Beijing, but since

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then he has improved - got a silver medal at the Asian Games, and on

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that occasion he finished behind Teng of China. Looking pretty good

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at the moment, takes on the spin in gate turn. He has to drive on the

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canoe, and then slides into 13. Pushing the about right under the

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poles. -- the bow. Tight into 16, the Japanese No. 1. Again, this is

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bad news for David Florence and Great Britain. Three gates to go.

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Just getting into a bit of trouble coming through 20, and that has

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really slowed him down coming through 21. A little bit sideways,

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and again losing speed. To yes, caught himself in the stopper and

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have to accelerate the canoe once again. This is bad news for David

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Florence, but good news for the Japanese, and plenty of support for

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him. Actually fourth quickest so that was a big surprise. Just two

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more to go, and at the moment David Florence is in eighth place, and at

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this stage you have to be a little bit pessimistic and say David

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Florence will not make it through to his second consecutive Olympic

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final. It is a big ask when you have the champion himself from 2000

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date, Michal Martikan, to come down the course. It will be one of the

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most difficult places to sit in, as Michal Martikan, former double

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Olympic champion, had his second and final run, so the Slovenian was

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relegated to second place, but he was a class act. Savsek of Slovenia,

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bronze medal at this year's championships. A good start.

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just needs to make sure he doesn't take too many hard hits through

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these stoppers. They want to keep their nose as dry as possible.

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Slightly up on the split, now pushing out on to the wave and

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going for the spin, as we have seen going through 11, but very

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satisfactory in terms of his form so far. Typed out of 16, pushing

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hard across the river before he turns it round. He is getting in

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fractions of time down this course. Another spin, but nicely controlled.

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Don't want to see him slip out to twenty-one and out as a hard as

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possible. No problem into the final, and that means unfortunately that

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David Florence is out of this the Olympic competition. Massive

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disappointment for the British supporters. They will realise that

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now. They have seen the giant scoreboard, so no medals for Great

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Britain on this first day of finals at the Lee Valley Whitewater Centre.

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How will that affect the British team, Helen? It will be a big

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disappointment. We would have expected to see David in the final,

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he would have expected to see himself in the final. He picked up

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some penalties and didn't quite seem to find his rhythm. Sometimes

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when you have to put in the extra strength, you don't get the

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smoothness and the run on the boat. The tremendous run by Savsek. The

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German still holds on to the lead, but can't be taken away by this

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man? We can safely say he is the best paddler we have seen, in terms

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of the Olympic Games anyway. A double Olympic champion, always

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favours the red boat. Martikan, we saw his first run in the heat and

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he totally messed it up, but then champion here, he messed up his

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first heat run. His we had to wait until his second he until we could

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find out what was good about his C1 pattern. Go we see how we is down

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wave. Now into 13. He has got to drive back before he sets up the

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that is for sure. Heading towards 17. The precision through the

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uprights, there. He spins him away and across to the fast-moving water

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gets to upstream. They go glided through 18 backwards but then he

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dropped low. He needs to make sure he keeps his composure. Gather he

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lines up the canoe so he can make this and to the finish. He he's

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going to make the final but he is Florence, and a chance of a repeat

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performance of four years ago in medal behind this man, Michal

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Martikan. He got caught at the first gate, but we saw in the heats

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he didn't get off to a good start either, but then he blew the field

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away with a super performance. It will be interesting to see what

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happens this afternoon, but David Florence will be gutted to miss out

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on the final. We just got a glimpse of some of the British paddlers

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walking away, looking a bit disconsolate. The Australian came

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here ranked 40 plus in the world and has made it through to the

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Olympic final. A great performance by the Australian, and David

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Absolutely gutted for you, your reaction to what has happened.

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Obviously, very disappointed. Didn't really go my way. Not quite

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sure what happened. It wasn't good enough today. Sometimes that is the

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way of the sport. I know it is an on the day sport. Do you think the

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pressure of being in front of have massive home crowd, the place where

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you train day-in and day-out, did that contribute? It is hard to say

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exactly what went wrong. I don't think so. We do a lot of races

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every year. I have finished first, second, 9th, 25th. And here, not

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good enough. It is up and down. This was the race I wanted to

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perform at, and I haven't. Yeah, a huge disappointment. Sorry for all

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the people who have supported me in the last four years. Yeah, I gave

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it I all today, obviously. I didn't set out to put out a bad run. I

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will have to refocus, I have a couple of days before the sea to,

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really try to pick things up then. Was there one particular place

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where you felt you lost it? really. I just wasn't really fast

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enough the whole way down, to be honest. There was nothing that went

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really wrong, just nothing that ran particularly quickly either. Really

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sorry for what happened, but get ready for the sea to with Richard

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Hounslow and thanks for speaking to Only 48 hours until he is back on

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the water. Jonathan Davies is at Lee Valley, it is fair to say that

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he is shell-shock. Absolutely shell-shocked, I don't think he

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could believe what has happened. He lives close by and has been

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training here for 18 months. He has probably imagines the semi-final a

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million times over, and it never won't like that in his dreams at

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all. He didn't really have an answer -- it's never won't like

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High go I wonder if it is the expectation. It is hard to train

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somewhere and then see it transformed into an Olympic venue,

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and to cope with that different frame of reference that you have.

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He did not turn up today. He was ranked number one in the world.

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What is it like when you are number one in the world. He had eight

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silver medal in Beijing, it seemed so set up. I can only say it is

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pressure. When I came off the track as an athlete, you don't feel like

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a pressure got to you, you just don't have an answer. In 1992 in

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Barcelona I was in great shape, went through my qualifying round,

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jumped horrendously. It was almost as if it had gone like that and I

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didn't know what happened. I think it was pressure and expectation, it

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becomes too much and you just perform way below your best but you

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don't have an answer. If you can, take us into the mind of an elite

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athlete. In 48 hours he has to go again, with Richard Hounslow in the

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second class. How difficult is it to go back and find a performance

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that was missing? He will be very hard, I don't think you'll sleep a

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wink for two nights. Get back on the water -- I don't think he will

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sleep. He will talk to his friends and family and his sports

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psychologist. Paddling with Richard Hounslow will help, he is not there

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on his own. Richard goes tomorrow in the final of the K one. I don't

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think we should have expectations of Richard getting a medal.

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Hopefully Richard can lift him up and that is what team-mates should

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do. Get hold of your hand, give you a hug and make sure he is right for

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two days time. We hope to see a smile on your face in a couple of

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days' time. Thank you. It goes to show the drama and

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emotion of the Olympic Games. Two miles south of here we have seen

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wonderful celebrations for Great Britain. 50 miles north at Lee

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Valley, real devastation for David. From the south to the north, to the

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south-west, let's head to Portland. Shirley Robertson is there for us,

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you are out on the water, lovely to see where you belong, yesterday it

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was fair to say it was a pretty mixed day for our sailors, what is

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the latest today? Probably next again. The man of the matches in

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the Star class, returning gold- medallist from Beijing, Iain Percy

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and Andrew Simpson. They led the first race by a very long way.

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Trailing behind, they predicted opponent from Brazil. Mixed

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fortunes on the British camp in the 4-9 at last. An average day

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yesterday. We are out here watching Ben Ainslie racing. In the first

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race he finished 4th. More importantly, the man who was in

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front of him was from Denmark, he has beaten them in every single

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race. We are watching his 6th race now, and he is ahead of the Dane,

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and he needs to start to begin to limit the points difference in this

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series, or otherwise it will be getting worrying. It is developing

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into quite a nice battle between the two of them. It is a real

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battle and perhaps slightly unexpected. Everyone assumed the

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gold medal was in Ben Ainslie's pocket and he wouldn't have any

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major opposition, but that has not been the case. Jonas has been

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really strong upwind and down when, he has been fast and sailing smart.

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The -- and downwind. He was over the line at the start, he started

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way too early and had to restart behind the entire fleet. He has got

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up to about fizz and he is one place behind Ben Ainslie. You are

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bobbing up and down a little more than normal, it looks incredibly

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choppy, what are the conditions like? I bet it is nice and

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comfortable in the studio. It is pretty hard work, it is very choppy

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and windy and there is lots of tide. We have had great success in the

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Laser radial class, which is the women's single-handed. Alison Young

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was selected rate -- late into the team. She is currently racing her

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second race of the day. Leading that race, Annelise Murphy of the

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island, who has won all of the races so far, so an impressive

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performance from Ireland. Congratulations to them. The

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weather is not putting off the fans? I don't know if there are

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many people on the beach! They are pretty hard core, the British, you

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never know. The thank you very much. It is nice and warm in the studio

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but I am sure you'll get a cup of coffee when you get back to dry

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We will tell you what else you can see from the Olympic Games courtesy

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of the BBC this afternoon. Plenty of action across London. If you

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would like to check in with the tennis, you can do that. Andy

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Murray and Marconi men and are playing each other. This is live on

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BBC Three. Andy is in trouble. He is looking strong in that set, 5-2

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are. -- 5-2 up. There is also some Badminton, the British number one

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is in action in the men, Susan Engel star of competing for Great

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If handball is your game, Great Britain are in action in the Copper

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Box. They are playing Sweden, it is handshakes at the moment. It won't

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be handshakes for too long, it is fast and furious. Sweden were if

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The action is far from over in Greenwich from what we saw this

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morning, it has been a hugely popular venue. Individual efforts

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in Greg -- in getting Team GB to the final have sealed individual

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the final have sealed individual it will be a full arena again. The

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top 25 individuals, after the completion of the team medals. We

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are climbing to the top and the marks get very close indeed. There

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are only three fences for the last 15, 16 competitors. That is nothing.

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It is not such a difficult course, it is bigger, not so many defences.

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But remember, this is the second show jumping round. It is after the

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rigours of yesterday's cross country. He have been around a

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course. Take us around. -- you have been around the course. It is a

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bigger track, it is not so long as this morning. There are fewer

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offences but they are all at the maximum. One-litre 30 high -- fewer

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offences. One-litre 35. They are able to go wider with the parallel

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bars. The first fence is one-litre with a bang. There could be seven

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or eight strides, another vertical to an oxer, a 360 turn it back to

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the wide parallel bars, six strides to the planks. The white flags are

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really difficult to see, they blend into the fencing around the arena.

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They double back to the Stonehenge combination at eight. That is two

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strides, then there is a short eight and a bending line it to

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number nine. A huge white boxer as the final fence. Ferry testing --

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Mark has done a lot of show jumping and it has benefited the cross-

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country and the showjumping rounds he has had. He represented Ireland

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in the World Equestrian Games two years ago. This is a new ride for

:30:59.:31:04.

him at this level. He had four in the first round this morning and

:31:04.:31:14.
:31:14.:31:33.

comes in with the score of 71.9 it was this morning. Very good over

:31:33.:31:43.
:31:43.:31:53.

the vertical. Ins a densely, time and gnarled in this round -- time

:31:53.:32:01.

allowed, 58 seconds and he is just over. I thought it might be easier,

:32:01.:32:09.

but I don't think it is. That is for the first individual round. We

:32:09.:32:14.

are jumping in reverse order of their placings after the show

:32:14.:32:19.

jumping round this morning. I do think it will be possible to do the

:32:19.:32:26.

time. It is not as twisty as this morning - they can keep travelling

:32:26.:32:36.
:32:36.:32:47.

on this course. You can see he rubbed the pole. Jessica Phoenix,

:32:47.:32:53.

14th in the round this morning, had a couple of time faults. In that,

:32:53.:33:03.
:33:03.:33:08.

71.2. Lying in 24th place. The situation here, just to remind you,

:33:08.:33:16.

there is only a maximum of three individuals per nation. Some, for

:33:16.:33:20.

instance like William Fox-Pitt, who was within the top 25 scores, but

:33:20.:33:30.
:33:30.:33:33.

not possible for him to come in because he was rider number for --

:33:33.:33:43.
:33:43.:33:43.

number four. This is the only competition in which they have to

:33:43.:33:46.

ride two showjumping rounds after the cross-country, so they are not

:33:46.:33:56.
:33:56.:33:58.

always used to it. These bigger fences are working out better for

:33:58.:34:08.
:34:08.:34:24.

Jessica. He is certainly trying. Again, over the time. That time

:34:24.:34:34.
:34:34.:34:37.

faults to add as well for exponential, so 13 in all. 81.20

:34:37.:34:43.

the final score with everything added. That is Jessica Phoenix for

:34:43.:34:48.

Canada, the only Canadian that has got through to the final round. It

:34:48.:34:54.

is certainly a round that has provided, since it came in in 2004,

:34:54.:34:59.

the first time this formula came forward and it has certainly

:34:59.:35:09.
:35:09.:35:29.

hasn't had the good fortune in this Olympics. They won the team gold

:35:29.:35:39.
:35:39.:35:40.

for years ago, and France have got two riders through. Another big

:35:40.:35:50.
:35:50.:35:55.

horse with a big jump, a slightly slow Jonk. -- jump. This more open

:35:55.:36:02.

track should suit him. The plank doors rather blend into the

:36:02.:36:12.
:36:12.:36:25.

jumped into that combination not really travelling enough. He has

:36:25.:36:32.

been jumping rather slowly. Landed a bit short, and ended on the third

:36:32.:36:37.

stride, and there is no way the horse could get out of that. It had

:36:37.:36:47.
:36:47.:36:55.

no real chance put a stop at the difference to his final time. A

:36:55.:37:05.
:37:05.:37:07.

total of 23. He got a penalty for the refusal, a penalty for the

:37:07.:37:17.
:37:17.:37:21.

knock-down, and for the time. can see the horse knocked the pole

:37:21.:37:27.

out with his chest, and then he couldn't get his feet out properly

:37:27.:37:37.
:37:37.:37:38.

so have no choice but to stop at the final element. The other French

:37:38.:37:48.
:37:48.:37:57.

rider will come later, but this is Phillip Dutton, who had 23 in the

:37:57.:38:07.
:38:07.:38:08.

showjumping round this morning. Only just managed to get in. He was

:38:08.:38:12.

a twice Olympic gold medallist in Australia. His life based in

:38:12.:38:19.

Pennsylvania with a big training yard. You mentioned earlier, Ian,

:38:19.:38:24.

about the tail carriage of this horse. It is very unusual.

:38:24.:38:28.

Sometimes a horse with Arab breeding can carry its tail high

:38:28.:38:35.

behind him, but it is an unusual sight for his tale to be sticking

:38:35.:38:41.

up like that, and I wondered if it had damaged its tail or if it was

:38:41.:38:51.
:38:51.:38:55.

part of its breeding. He had that surprise stopped in the first round.

:38:56.:39:01.

He is not stopping here, but a relatively new ride for Philip so

:39:01.:39:07.

they will still be getting to know each other. Some good victories on

:39:07.:39:12.

the American circuit, but they have not shown to their very best here

:39:12.:39:22.
:39:22.:39:24.

so Phillip Dutton, 83. 10th is his final score. That is one of the

:39:24.:39:29.

surprises of this Olympic Games. He was very much fancied to beat a

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

gold -- an Olympic medal contender. You can't really blame the horse

:39:41.:39:51.
:39:51.:39:56.

for that. This is one of two individuals who have come from

:39:56.:40:04.

Italy. Stefano was very much at the head of affairs, led the dressage

:40:04.:40:09.

foreign while, but then ended in third place. Yesterday ended up

:40:09.:40:15.

with quite a few time faults. The horse got a little bit tired, and

:40:16.:40:22.

in the first round again showed a lot of capabilities, really gave

:40:22.:40:31.

some big jumps and only have one down. Didn't really look as

:40:31.:40:41.
:40:41.:40:43.

convincing as perhaps he might. He has just learnt that the time

:40:43.:40:49.

allowed has been changed to 60 seconds, which is exactly what the

:40:49.:40:54.

grand jury can do. They can't just the time if they feel it is a

:40:54.:41:04.
:41:04.:41:10.

little bit too fast. -- they can adjust the time. The other news is

:41:10.:41:15.

that Ingrid Klimke has withdrawn from this round. I don't think she

:41:15.:41:20.

would enjoy coming back and having more fences down, particularly when

:41:20.:41:25.

the horse has given its best. It dropped out of contention this

:41:25.:41:35.
:41:35.:42:04.

morning, had two down. A Belgian reverse order of merit. Tina Cook

:42:04.:42:10.

is in fourth place, and Mary King with Imperial Cavalier lying in

:42:10.:42:19.

bronze medal position, less than a fence behind the lead. The lead

:42:19.:42:24.

that is currently held by Sara Algotsson Ostholt, with Michael

:42:24.:42:34.
:42:34.:42:46.

Jung behind. Two down for the leading Italian rider. He goes on

:42:46.:42:51.

to 69. Turn. A reminder that the time has been changed, so a time

:42:51.:43:01.
:43:01.:43:02.

fault has been taken off a number of the competitors. Actually it

:43:02.:43:10.

means that the Irish competitor is the only one inside the time even

:43:10.:43:16.

with that alteration to the time allowed. Now Joseph Murphy. Very

:43:16.:43:21.

much get the impression he has loved these Olympic Games. He has

:43:21.:43:29.

certainly produced some very good results. A double clear round this

:43:29.:43:39.
:43:39.:43:41.

morning, 13 of those, clear jumping and inside the time. This course

:43:41.:43:49.

really provided an excellent final phase test. There is absolutely no

:43:49.:43:54.

doubt, Ian, you have seen the sport for many years from both sides of

:43:55.:44:00.

the fence, this technical ability of the show jumping now is a much

:44:00.:44:10.
:44:10.:44:11.

bigger factor than it was 10 years all recognition. The standard is so

:44:11.:44:16.

high. Electric Cruise jumped a fantastic round this morning and it

:44:16.:44:20.

looks like another fantastic round this afternoon. He has been

:44:20.:44:26.

incredibly consistent. He certainly has. Ireland have come out of these

:44:26.:44:31.

Games very well indeed. He has jumped two double clear rounds and

:44:31.:44:39.

you can't do better than that. He could well climb higher. So well

:44:39.:44:47.

done. Had a word with Ginny Elliot over the break between the two rows

:44:47.:44:53.

and I said, well done, you must be pleased with his position. --

:44:54.:44:59.

between the two rounds. She said no, I wanted a bronze. But Ireland have

:44:59.:45:04.

done very well indeed. He has done himself no harm on the

:45:04.:45:10.

international stage. No, he has done a great job. I should think

:45:10.:45:16.

for the future of the Irish team, we will be using him more and more.

:45:16.:45:22.

The horse looks amazing, looks in great condition. Has performed to

:45:22.:45:28.

his best. Andrew Hoy, based in Great Britain, ever since 1978,

:45:28.:45:34.

either in Britain or in Europe on the mainland. He with this young 9-

:45:34.:45:42.

year-old, on a score 57.3. He had eight in this morning's round, two

:45:42.:45:47.

fences down. It is a young horse that is improving, competition by

:45:47.:45:56.

competition. Impressive yesterday. Andrew, remember, a three-time

:45:56.:46:04.

Olympic champion. 92, 96 and 2000, when Australia won those three gold

:46:04.:46:12.

medals on the trot. In Sydney he won the individual silver as well.

:46:12.:46:20.

The I think that the fewer jumps and the easier it turns has

:46:20.:46:24.

certainly helped Andrew's was this afternoon. Fantastic Clear round

:46:24.:46:31.

and well inside the time -- Andrew's horse. He is a man who

:46:31.:46:36.

wants to complete eight Olympic Games, this is his 7th and his

:46:36.:46:41.

horse could easily take into the eighth. A great round. He stays. On

:46:41.:46:48.

the same score. And we are going in reverse order of merit. And the

:46:48.:46:58.
:46:58.:46:59.

pressure is building. As the Australians celebrate, they haven't

:46:59.:47:05.

had a lot to celebrate but certainly, Andrew Hoy has more than

:47:05.:47:09.

kept up his end. He was quite a late selection. But he has

:47:09.:47:17.

certainly proved it was a good one. Now France, and Nicolas Touzaint,

:47:17.:47:27.
:47:27.:47:28.

Hildago de L'Ile. A score of 57.2, is the best of the French. Just

:47:28.:47:33.

before he starts, let's remind you how close it is at the top. There

:47:33.:47:41.

is no Ingrid Klimke, but Sarah Algotsson Ostholt, a brilliant

:47:41.:47:47.

clear round this morning on Wega. Just over a mark ahead of Michael

:47:47.:47:54.

Jung, the world and European champion on stamp. Mary King, on

:47:54.:48:04.
:48:04.:48:06.

42.1. And Tina Cook, all within one fence. Now Nicolas Touzaint. He has

:48:06.:48:13.

already had one down this morning and it already another one gone. It

:48:13.:48:20.

is not easy to keeping careful. Nicolas Touzaint -- to keep him

:48:20.:48:27.

careful. Nicolas Touzaint, one of the world's top riders. The horses

:48:27.:48:35.

have got to want to leave these jumps up. Taking chances, there!

:48:35.:48:42.

Slightly guessing at the jumps. Prices for home, but he is over the

:48:42.:48:52.
:48:52.:49:03.

didn't do it in Hong Kong because his horse went wrong before the

:49:03.:49:13.
:49:13.:49:13.

competition started. Whereas four years before that, he went into the

:49:13.:49:19.

final round he just like this, leading and on for a gold. It all

:49:19.:49:24.

fell apart and he didn't win any individual medal at all. Now Niklas

:49:24.:49:32.

Lindback. Sweden finished 4th in the team, with Mister Pooh. Niklas

:49:32.:49:40.

Lindback didn't have the round he really wanted. He had a couple of

:49:40.:49:50.
:49:50.:50:16.

fences down. Mister Pooh, on a tighter lines into these offences.

:50:16.:50:21.

-- of these offences. Just fighting all the way down that line, it was

:50:21.:50:29.

never settled. -- these fences. They have got to be in balance and

:50:29.:50:39.
:50:39.:50:41.

able to use their head and neck. He 5th at Badminton, but it hasn't

:50:41.:50:47.

been the case here, and he has gone over the time allowed. Those

:50:47.:50:57.

seconds added haven't made too much difference at the moment. He is on

:50:57.:51:07.
:51:07.:51:31.

British, will be coming in three the ring is Karin Donckers. The

:51:31.:51:41.
:51:41.:51:41.

very experienced Belgian rider. Gazelle de la Brasserie, 55.6. She

:51:41.:51:49.

is at the moment in 16th place. But those clear rounds of Joe Murphy

:51:49.:51:56.

and Andrew Hoy have already got those horses on the rise. The Clear

:51:56.:52:03.

rounds in the end of what is required to put you near to the top

:52:03.:52:13.
:52:13.:52:15.

of the leaderboard. This mare did have her faults this morning, but

:52:15.:52:25.
:52:25.:52:26.

she is normally very careful in the show jumping. Accelerating around

:52:26.:52:36.
:52:36.:52:40.

trying to steady the mare, she knew she had gone a bit bold, just

:52:40.:52:46.

couldn't shorten in the middle. time penalties and a fence down,

:52:46.:52:56.

that completes the round for STUDIO: We will return to Greenwich

:52:56.:52:59.

very shortly. Just to bring you up to date with everything else that

:52:59.:53:03.

is happening. Andy Murray and Jarkko Nieminen are playing at

:53:03.:53:10.

Wimbledon. That is on BBC Three. Following on from that, it is the

:53:10.:53:17.

women's ten-metre synchro platform. If you would like to press the red

:53:17.:53:22.

button, the British number one Badminton player will be in action.

:53:22.:53:29.

You just need to press red and see what is going on. And in the Copper

:53:29.:53:33.

Box, Great Britain looking to bounce back from their opening

:53:33.:53:40.

defeat. Plenty of live sport. Zara Phillips is up shortly in the

:53:40.:53:50.
:53:50.:53:53.

Victoria Panizzon with Borough Pennyz. -- Italy's the Victoria

:53:53.:54:03.
:54:03.:54:11.

Hong Kong. He would love to finish up the order, even the top 10 --

:54:11.:54:16.

she would love. A clear round might give further option. Stood a long

:54:16.:54:20.

way off the boxer, bouncing all the way to the upright planks. An

:54:20.:54:26.

enormous jump. This is one horse that all the riders which they were

:54:26.:54:34.

sitting on in the show jumping phase. Oh, taking chances there.

:54:34.:54:40.

But even the way she hits the defence... He easily inside the

:54:40.:54:50.
:54:50.:55:20.

the moment, but how high will she everything. Will she get into the

:55:21.:55:30.
:55:31.:55:36.

top 10 with that, clear inside the she is very polished in this round,

:55:36.:55:44.

she jumped a lovely double clear on Mr Medicott. He won team gold in

:55:44.:55:51.

Hong Kong with Frank Ostholt and for the same rider at the world's

:55:51.:56:01.
:56:01.:56:11.

championships. Double clear this more relaxed this afternoon. He

:56:11.:56:17.

jumped well this morning but he was doing a lot of fighting. He looks

:56:17.:56:22.

much softer and easier for Karen to get him to use his head and neck

:56:22.:56:32.
:56:32.:56:41.

this horse in the spring in America. They have worked at it, as have the

:56:41.:56:45.

O'Connors, being gruelling people for not only training themselves

:56:45.:56:55.

but also their students. A little bit lucky, there. She stays 14th.

:56:55.:57:05.
:57:05.:57:06.

53.8. Two very polished rounds. Two inside the time. We will see what

:57:06.:57:16.
:57:16.:57:17.

the team think. The groom's works so hard. Mr Medicott, enjoying the

:57:17.:57:27.
:57:27.:57:39.

her first Olympic Games. -- outside it is the lady. At 31-year-old Zara

:57:39.:57:45.

Phillips on the great Toytown, coming in on this High Kingdom. A

:57:45.:57:51.

brilliant round yesterday. Very much part of a team silver medal

:57:51.:57:56.

that Britain has clinched in the final show jumping today. He now

:57:56.:58:01.

coming to get glory in the individual. At the moment she is

:58:01.:58:07.

lying in 13th place. She ended up with a fence down and some time

:58:07.:58:14.

faults in round one. Kanju jumped a clear round? She jumped a very good

:58:14.:58:20.

round at crammed on to clinch a wonderful performance -- can she

:58:20.:58:30.
:58:30.:59:10.

this horse. He is still improving and I fancy that is why he was

:59:10.:59:20.
:59:20.:59:26.

is not unlucky for Zara full stock Zara Phillips, in her first

:59:26.:59:35.

Olympics, one very happy Mahler, and Peter Phillips -- happy mother.

:59:35.:59:39.

It is drizzling here, but the crowd don't know that. The Duchess of

:59:39.:59:44.

Cornwall, enjoying that moment. And what a performance by this young

:59:44.:59:51.

lady. She has another horse for her superb temperament and talent.

:59:51.:59:59.

Great for Great Britain. Will it take her further up the order?

:59:59.:00:06.

enormous jump over the second, and already turning, pitched her up his

:00:06.:00:16.
:00:16.:00:23.

neck. Fortunately they stayed but the atmosphere is electric. It

:00:23.:00:31.

is Taggart, the man who looks like another Mark Todd -- it is Paget.

:00:31.:00:39.

He was 7th in the world, he is currently lying 12th in his current

:00:39.:00:45.

Olympics. He had one down this morning. New Zealand, winning the

:00:45.:00:55.
:00:55.:00:57.

Olympic bronze. It was an unlucky one down this morning. He doesn't

:00:57.:01:07.
:01:07.:01:20.

strike me as though he wants to the Worlds. He is now based in

:01:20.:01:30.

Britain. He is a definite prospect that he does get a time fault. Zara

:01:30.:01:40.
:01:40.:01:45.

Phillips moves up one place. 54.1, 53.9 rather, Zara Phillips on 53.1.

:01:45.:01:55.
:01:55.:02:03.

And in fact Karen O'Connor moves up he has got that time fault. He is

:02:03.:02:13.
:02:13.:02:29.

thrilled to be in the cut for this Murphy, now even Clarke -- he for

:02:29.:02:39.
:02:39.:02:54.

to base a team on for the future. They certainly are. She jumped a

:02:54.:02:59.

brilliant round this morning. Horse and rider look as though they are

:02:59.:03:09.
:03:09.:03:11.

loving it, having great fun. European championship's leading

:03:11.:03:20.

from the dressage right until the end, another great performance here.

:03:20.:03:30.
:03:30.:03:36.

Seabird clear round from Aoife The competition is over, what are

:03:36.:03:42.

the assessment of your performers? Quite relieved. Incredible, the

:03:42.:03:52.
:03:52.:03:52.

whole weekend, a couple of mistakes, I am so pleased. Tiny little scare

:03:52.:03:57.

in the show jumping round, but the way he held it together. Straight

:03:57.:04:02.

out this time. What is this cause like?

:04:02.:04:07.

It is bigger and the time is tight again. After yesterday, and the

:04:07.:04:13.

second round, you have just got to get on with it again. It is good,

:04:13.:04:17.

he jumped fantastic. Had a chance to reflect on the team silver?

:04:17.:04:27.
:04:27.:04:29.

really. We should have been able to do more but unfortunately the --

:04:29.:04:36.

unfortunately they were too good for us. We didn't go down. The team

:04:36.:04:42.

has been awesome this week, massive performance. A real honour to ride

:04:42.:04:48.

with everybody. I will let you with everybody. I will let you

:04:48.:04:58.
:04:58.:05:03.

himself no harm. It is Ludvig Svennerstal. With Shamwari coming

:05:03.:05:07.

down the final alive. He has had three down, he slips because he was

:05:07.:05:15.

in touch. He was in touch with the leaders. It was a horse that was

:05:15.:05:20.

looked at very closely this morning. They let him through but I am not

:05:20.:05:30.
:05:30.:05:30.

sure it was necessarily in his best interests. He now finishes on 72.1.

:05:30.:05:37.

Aoife Clarke goes up, so does Zara Phillips. And Shamwari goes a long

:05:37.:05:43.

way down the line. I think they probably were right to let him

:05:43.:05:47.

through. He is a little bit stiff and a little bit tired and that

:05:47.:05:57.
:05:57.:05:57.

showed in the second round. There is the current position. Into the

:05:57.:06:06.

Top Ten comes the Frenchman and this week. Zara Phillips is just

:06:06.:06:11.

outside at the moment but certainly in touch. Now Christopher Burton,

:06:11.:06:18.

HP Leilani of Australia, one down this morning, he is on 50.10, this

:06:18.:06:26.

is where it gets very close indeed. There are at least four horses and

:06:26.:06:36.
:06:36.:06:46.

had the best record. Only one down this morning. He started his first

:06:46.:06:55.

couple of jumps, he jumped really well. He is a horse that has not

:06:55.:07:05.
:07:05.:07:20.

way to end. We will hear a lot more of this man, Christopher Burton.

:07:20.:07:30.
:07:30.:07:31.

Zara Phillips is up into 9th place now. He finishes on 62.1.

:07:31.:07:38.

Christopher Burton, Australia. Australia really have had a bit of

:07:38.:07:45.

a nightmare Olympics by their very high standards. There is no Ingrid

:07:45.:07:52.

Klimke now, that lifts everybody up one place. It is the great Mark

:07:52.:07:57.

Todd, twice Olympic champion, got to go back to 84 and 88, Los

:07:57.:08:07.
:08:07.:08:09.

Angeles, and then in Korea, riding a ferry -- fairly inexperienced

:08:09.:08:16.

horse, Campino. He was literally within less than one mark of the

:08:16.:08:25.

lead. This horse hasn't quite got this phase together. He was a

:08:25.:08:32.

little bit tired at the end of the cross-country. Mark was only one

:08:32.:08:36.

second over the time. He is an inexperienced horse so I think he

:08:36.:08:45.

will mature and strengthen up from this had developed from it. Next

:08:45.:08:54.

year he will be a bigger, stronger horse. We know how good he is in

:08:54.:09:02.

all three phases. I would imagine he would come out at Badminton next

:09:02.:09:07.

year and bring out a clear round. Zara Phillips is up now into 8th

:09:07.:09:17.
:09:17.:09:18.

place. And the man who drops down is the great Mark Todd. He goes on

:09:18.:09:28.
:09:28.:09:49.

to 54.5. Again, clear round. They win medals. Five places in all with

:09:49.:09:58.

those two fences down. We are now into the top six for the Olympic

:09:58.:10:03.

individual medals. Here is a man who has won a bronze in the worlds,

:10:03.:10:12.

can he go clear and put the pressure on? He has got at least

:10:12.:10:16.

just one fence between him and a bronze medal. Just one fence, clear

:10:16.:10:26.
:10:26.:10:27.

round, put pressure on. Still to come, Sandra Oh for off -- Sandra

:10:27.:10:37.
:10:37.:10:51.

Auffarth. The bigger the fence, the better he will jump. Because they

:10:51.:10:57.

are bigger he is able to write him to defences more than he was this

:10:58.:11:07.

morning. Just 5.7 marks. Just run through the contact a little bit.

:11:07.:11:11.

Big jump, couldn't really get him back. For a moment I thought he was

:11:11.:11:21.
:11:21.:11:21.

going to pick a stride out. -- Take a stride out. At the moment, if the

:11:21.:11:29.

rest of the fences stay intact, and they do, he will not drop a place.

:11:29.:11:39.
:11:39.:11:42.

He was in sixth, he will stay there. He has got a silver medal, a bronze

:11:42.:11:48.

medal, I should say. For New Zealand in the team. I am not sure

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:11:58.:12:03.

it will be any more. Five left. Germany, Sandra Auffarth, she

:12:03.:12:07.

showed her show jumping background, that is the leaders at the moment

:12:07.:12:13.

with those five to go. Zara Phillips up to 8th position. If the

:12:13.:12:23.
:12:23.:12:30.

rest went clear. Zara Phillips, on fences down and still stay above

:12:30.:12:37.

Zara Phillips. But what it also means, her chance of an Olympic

:12:37.:12:44.

medal would go. She has already won an individual silver in her first

:12:44.:12:54.
:12:54.:13:01.

dreadfully wrong for her to have two down, the way this horse is

:13:01.:13:08.

jumping. Another one that almost looks as if it is relishing the

:13:08.:13:18.
:13:18.:13:37.

and scope. The it has. -- it has. It looks all very easy. Bred in

:13:37.:13:44.

Germany. They have had a successful stud for many years. On goes the

:13:44.:13:52.

pressure, stays on 44.8, that is just a little more than one fence

:13:52.:14:02.
:14:02.:14:03.

behind the lead, but less than one fence behind the bronze medal. At

:14:03.:14:13.
:14:13.:14:16.

the moment, in the bronze position, 42.1, so three time faults would

:14:16.:14:21.

put Sandra in touch with a bronze from any of the next three. The

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next two of those three are British. Tina Cook, Tina who won bronze in

:14:29.:14:37.

Hong Kong, a superb second round four years ago, climbed from 10th

:14:37.:14:40.

up to the bronze medal, what can she do now? She is lying in fourth

:14:40.:14:50.
:14:50.:14:52.

place, less than one mark behind Mary King. She just had tapped that

:14:52.:15:00.

first fence but it has gone. And another one. Sadly, she is not

:15:00.:15:04.

going to repeat the bronze individual medal from the last

:15:04.:15:14.
:15:14.:15:44.

Olympics. She has got to keep him last. What a pity. She has done a

:15:44.:15:50.

tremendous job. She would have loved to have got a medal. She has

:15:50.:16:00.

got a team silver. Zara is still just behind Tina. Listen to them

:16:00.:16:10.
:16:10.:16:33.

responding. 51 is her final score. Three to jump. You can see the

:16:33.:16:40.

disappointment for Tina. What About Mary Kane? She has put up a great

:16:40.:16:45.

performance. Can she now finish it off? Bronze medal position at the

:16:45.:16:55.
:16:55.:17:07.

is going to drop down the leaderboard. The same two fences

:17:07.:17:15.

have gone for both the British riders. They will be absolutely

:17:15.:17:25.
:17:25.:17:29.

gutted. But they have won a silver medal. But the team has won a

:17:29.:17:37.

silver medal and done a fantastic job. It would have been nice to

:17:37.:17:47.
:17:47.:18:15.

have finished in style, but it is has moved up. Could it be bronze

:18:15.:18:25.
:18:25.:18:27.

for Germany? Can history be made with the last two riders. Waiting

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to come in is the world and European champion, Michael Jung.

:18:32.:18:42.
:18:42.:18:45.

Here he comes. Michael Jung, quite relaxed. He won the World

:18:45.:18:55.
:18:55.:18:56.

Championships in 2010 in Kentucky. He is on this wonderful horse, Sam.

:18:56.:19:06.
:19:06.:19:11.

An Irish horse. He is on a score of 40.6. He will go below Sandra if he

:19:11.:19:17.

has a fence down. If he jumps clear, he would put himself in with the

:19:17.:19:22.

chance of being the first man ever to hold the world, the European and

:19:22.:19:32.
:19:32.:19:59.

the Olympic title at the same time. circuit. And the horse is jumping

:19:59.:20:07.

better this afternoon than it did this morning. This will be the big

:20:07.:20:17.
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test. Brilliant. He stays where he wonderful training partnership.

:20:33.:20:37.

They have given a brilliant demonstration. Remember, he was

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11th after dressage, he is now second. It is all on, the last to

:20:43.:20:53.
:20:53.:20:58.

go, Sara Algotsson with Wega. She is literally 1.3 ahead. A pat on

:20:58.:21:06.

the neck, a lot of pats on the neck. Do you like those motorbike cat?

:21:06.:21:16.
:21:16.:21:17.

I did. What is wrong with good old fashioned proper riding hats?

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is the one that is battling for gold. A piece of history here,

:21:23.:21:30.

could Sara Algotsson Ostholt be the first lady rider to win an Olympic

:21:30.:21:39.

eventing title? Home-bred, out of the mare that her sister wrote

:21:39.:21:44.

earlier, finished just out of the medals. They can put all that right

:21:45.:21:49.

with this wonderful combination, so impressive this morning. Got to

:21:49.:21:59.
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jump clear. Just one time fault could be afforded, but no more.

:22:05.:22:10.

Under pressure in the Europeans last year, did fall apart, they

:22:10.:22:20.
:22:20.:22:44.

think it is allergic to these jumps at the moment! You could hear a pin

:22:44.:22:54.
:22:54.:23:33.

She goes on to 43.3 and she will stay with the silver. It is not to

:23:33.:23:40.

be the first lady ever to win gold. But it is the first time that

:23:40.:23:44.

anyone has held the world, the European and the Olympic title and

:23:45.:23:50.

that is Michael Jung. Nice to see the sweets smiling because that

:23:50.:23:56.

will be a huge disappointment. They have really performed so well here.

:23:56.:24:04.

And the horse is fantastic. horse is amazing. You could tell

:24:04.:24:14.
:24:14.:24:18.

she was fiddling with the stride and it did not happen. So Michael

:24:18.:24:28.
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Jung that now holds all three major titles with Sam. Germany finish off

:24:31.:24:38.

in style. Remember they won the team gold earlier today. The

:24:38.:24:48.
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individual bronze went to Sandra Auffarth. Consolation all round.

:24:59.:25:05.

What a tremendous Olympics it has been for the eventing discipline.

:25:05.:25:15.
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Certainly one of the most exciting Very emotional in Greenwich.

:25:15.:25:23.

Congratulations, Michael Jung. Let's head back there. Rishi Persad

:25:23.:25:28.

is with Tina and Mary. Team silver medallists, but no medals in the

:25:28.:25:32.

individual competition and I detected some disappointment. But

:25:32.:25:38.

performances to be proud of all round. Mary, in your 6th Olympics.

:25:38.:25:43.

I was thrilled to jump at clear round in the team, it was my first

:25:43.:25:48.

clear round in an Olympic Games. Fantastic and disappointed with my

:25:48.:25:54.

two down. I made a big mistake and there is a big lion in the middle

:25:54.:26:01.

of the arena and I went near it and it scared him. Because of that he

:26:01.:26:06.

was a bit scared during the first part of the cause. You had both the

:26:06.:26:13.

same fences down. I saw the look on your face, but I wanted to say, you

:26:13.:26:18.

have done OK. It has done really well, but you want to go in and

:26:18.:26:24.

jumped a clear round. I am beating myself up, but I will get over it.

:26:24.:26:28.

You want to be they are going for gold, so I am disappointed, but I

:26:28.:26:34.

am thrilled for the team. Gold would have been amazing, but Selva

:26:34.:26:39.

is great. Because both of you have been in a position where you could

:26:39.:26:45.

have won a medal in the individual, there is an air of disappointment.

:26:45.:26:49.

But when you reflect on it the performance was fantastic,

:26:50.:26:54.

especially when you are up against a very strong German team. They did

:26:54.:26:58.

a better job than we did and they deserve the medals they have got.

:26:58.:27:02.

We will have to keep working for the next four years and Rio de

:27:02.:27:07.

Janeiro, here we come. It has been a tough year for you, you talked

:27:07.:27:12.

about Miners Frolic earlier on, but your dad passing away in February.

:27:13.:27:18.

How difficult has it been for you to get to where you are today?

:27:18.:27:22.

has been emotionally difficult, but you have to look at the positive

:27:22.:27:28.

things. We missed dad because we were a very close family. But we

:27:28.:27:32.

still work from home and Imam has still not been able to get rid of

:27:32.:27:37.

us. But coming to an Olympics is amazing for anybody and it has been

:27:37.:27:42.

brilliant and we did a good job and we have had a lot of fun. You have

:27:42.:27:47.

all been fantastic and you can be proud of your performances. You

:27:47.:27:53.

probably want to carry on, but your daughter is hot on your heels.

:27:53.:27:58.

Emily is keen to follow on my footsteps and she seems to have the

:27:58.:28:02.

drive that is needed at the minute. We will catch up with you after the

:28:02.:28:07.

medals ceremony. A great display from teen and a

:28:07.:28:11.

special display from the British team. It was so nervous sitting

:28:11.:28:16.

here watching it with you, but you make it worse. It I was making a

:28:16.:28:23.

lot of noise. Mary was talking about going to Brazil. Mark Todd

:28:23.:28:28.

was competing, he is 56, there is no upper age limit in eventing as

:28:28.:28:33.

long as you are physically fit enough and can keep putting

:28:33.:28:38.

yourself through it and can steered clear of injuries. She broke her

:28:38.:28:42.

neck in 2001 and those things happen in horse sports. Tina is

:28:42.:28:48.

thinking, well I ever have a horse as good as Miners Frolic again? She

:28:48.:28:53.

does not have the same numbers as William Fox-Pitt and does not have

:28:53.:28:58.

quite the same set-up. It may be harder for Tina to find the right

:28:58.:29:03.

for us than it will be for Mary. But for a merry the sun is always

:29:03.:29:08.

shining. If anybody deserves success in the individual event it

:29:08.:29:14.

is Mary, let's hope that happens in four years time. Converge elations

:29:14.:29:21.

for Michael Jung. I was thinking of Sara he thought she had left the

:29:21.:29:26.

last fence up and her husband is German. He was on the German team

:29:26.:29:31.

when they won the gold four years ago. I think there was only one

:29:31.:29:36.

hand available and he wanted his wife to win. Nationality did not

:29:36.:29:42.

matter. She thought she had, but it got snatched away from her. Not

:29:42.:29:46.

unlike diving, which you are going to see in a minute. The tiniest

:29:46.:29:53.

thing makes a difference and it is all over in a flash. Tina and Mary

:29:53.:30:01.

disappointed at the end. But it puts into perspective what a -- an

:30:01.:30:06.

impressive display from Zara Phillips. She knows it she had done

:30:06.:30:10.

that this morning we would have put so much pressure on Germany we

:30:10.:30:14.

might have won a gold medal. Anything can happen and people

:30:14.:30:19.

react under pressure. But they have won the team and individual gold,

:30:19.:30:25.

Germany. They will be hot favourites for the dressage gold,

:30:25.:30:30.

but Britain might win their first Olympic medal in dress size. Zara

:30:31.:30:40.

Phillips described her horse as such a dude. Let's go into the

:30:40.:30:43.

Aquatics Centre because today the British women are hoping to go one

:30:43.:30:49.

better. Disappointment yesterday for Tom Daley and Pete Waterfield.

:30:49.:30:57.

Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow are in great form. As you can see by the

:30:57.:31:01.

hands over the faces they are struggling a little now. They are

:31:01.:31:07.

in 6th place with one died left to go. That is on BBC thought. That is

:31:07.:31:15.

a shame. It was emotional in there with Tom and peat. You look at Tom

:31:15.:31:19.

Daley and he is only 18. Pete copes with being in the shadow of Tom

:31:19.:31:23.

Daley, but Tom has to deal with the full glare and you know about the

:31:23.:31:29.

Twitter round. Only a young guy who clearly is saying stupid things. I

:31:29.:31:34.

think I have had tweets from him. There are quite a lot of people who

:31:34.:31:39.

will say idiotic things, but that is the kind of pressure pump is

:31:39.:31:43.

under. They are clearly disappointed and straight away he

:31:43.:31:48.

is sanguine and eloquent and gracious in defeat. He did every

:31:48.:31:52.

single interview and was still doing interviews when I left. They

:31:52.:31:58.

cope with failure as well as with success. When we talk about what is

:31:58.:32:08.
:32:08.:32:11.

inspiring about sport I personally Earth this will ring is good fun,

:32:11.:32:16.

but so is the canoe slalom, just as wet, but we sort David Florence not

:32:16.:32:20.

make it through to the final. We can join the final, five left to go,

:32:20.:32:30.
:32:30.:32:35.

out on a bronze medal four years ago. Just over a second to Robin

:32:35.:32:40.

Bell of Australia. Can he produce the goods this time? If he wants a

:32:40.:32:44.

medal he will have to go faster than one of 5.73, which is the lead

:32:44.:32:53.

at the moment. Four superb athletes yet to come. Keeping the speed on

:32:53.:32:59.

the boat, wants to roll through its seven, the 88, trying to jump over

:32:59.:33:08.

as much as he can. He is up at the split. He is pushing out hard on to

:33:08.:33:18.
:33:18.:33:18.

the wave, quick spin. He surfs across the waves into the gate.

:33:18.:33:22.

That was number 12, coming across for 13. The Spaniard looking very

:33:22.:33:32.
:33:32.:33:33.

good, very powerful, economic or with his strokes. Drops down, gets

:33:33.:33:43.
:33:43.:33:43.

the little bits stuck losing fractions of a time and energy. He

:33:43.:33:49.

is up 4.91 seconds. This looks like a fantastic run. This could be

:33:49.:33:57.

tough to beat. He really got stuck there. He comes up safely through

:33:57.:34:04.

the upstream, number 19, down 320, no penalty so far. 21 could be a

:34:04.:34:14.
:34:14.:34:15.

real test for him. To tight around the polls, pushing back round.

:34:15.:34:22.

dropped out of the way of 23, this is good, it won a 2.61, lost a bit

:34:22.:34:28.

of time over the last four or five gates but in the lead by a

:34:28.:34:34.

considerable margin. There they are, just down in a holding pen after

:34:34.:34:44.
:34:44.:34:48.

the fish. Elosegi in pole position. For kept it nice and tight, they

:34:48.:34:58.
:34:58.:34:59.

want to be in and out of those eddies as quickly as possible.

:34:59.:35:09.

turned out to be a real textbook runner for the Spaniard. Heath has

:35:09.:35:13.

-- he has set an incredibly high standard. The rest of the team

:35:13.:35:18.

delighted. Only two men have dipped under the 100 barrier at the moment,

:35:18.:35:28.
:35:28.:35:40.

in the first run, and Savsek. Martikan. He was

:35:40.:35:45.

uncharacteristically a bit slow early wrong. He has sat on top of

:35:45.:35:49.

the Olympic rostrum twice in his life, taking the silver medal

:35:49.:35:54.

position twice in his life. And on his day he can be a very special

:35:54.:35:59.

performer indeed. A much better start for this final than we saw in

:35:59.:36:03.

the semi-final where he got stuck in gate one. If getting his boat

:36:03.:36:13.
:36:13.:36:14.

moving sleuth -- smoothly. It comes in a nice and tight around 89. He

:36:14.:36:24.
:36:24.:36:24.

is taking it on forward, the first athlete to do that. The Slovakian

:36:24.:36:27.

paddlers are superstar's back in the Rhone country, it is virtually

:36:27.:36:35.

a national sport over there. -- back in their own country. They

:36:35.:36:45.
:36:45.:36:49.

know how good this man is, so far so good for Martikan. He has picked

:36:49.:36:53.

up a mountain of time ahead of the Spaniard, can he keep it together

:36:54.:37:00.

over the last few gates? Getting a little bit stuck but nice and tight

:37:00.:37:04.

into 19. He will try to keep the run he has had throughout the whole

:37:04.:37:10.

of this course to make sure he doesn't lose any speed. Two days to

:37:10.:37:16.

go, pushes hard out. We won a big strike to get into 21, and out of

:37:16.:37:22.

21. He is absolutely flying. That is the fastest time we have seen on

:37:22.:37:31.

his Olympic course. No mistakes. That is the mark of a brilliant

:37:31.:37:39.

champion. Can anybody be that? a fantastic run, he kept the speed

:37:39.:37:46.

on the boat, the momentum. The only paddler out there in this final and

:37:46.:37:52.

semi-finals to take it on forward. He is well into his thirties now

:37:52.:37:59.

but no mistaking the mark of greatness, already twice an Olympic

:37:59.:38:06.

champion, this could be gold medal number three. He really did

:38:06.:38:11.

demonstrate why he has become a Olympic champion twice, why he has

:38:11.:38:14.

won the world championship medals and why he is the man to beat out

:38:14.:38:22.

there on this course. He will note the next competitor is another man

:38:22.:38:31.

vying for the title of the greatest ever. There is the situation so far,

:38:31.:38:40.

Martikan leads. Estanguet has stood on top of the rostrum twice in his

:38:40.:38:45.

life. What a standard has been set in his final. Estanguet has got to

:38:45.:38:55.

fly down the sports -- fly down this course. He is getting the line

:38:55.:39:04.

nice and straight-A 36, got to keep it direct if he can. Tied into gate

:39:04.:39:14.
:39:14.:39:15.

nine. -- tight. Nicely done. Estanguet is flying. If he can hold

:39:16.:39:19.

it together over the whole of the course I don't think anybody will

:39:19.:39:29.
:39:29.:39:33.

come course. -- come close. Everybody thought of Martikan was

:39:33.:39:42.

untouchable. Not giving anything away here. 1.75 seconds up, this is

:39:42.:39:47.

going from good to excellent. Puts a big pit in there, he needs to get

:39:47.:39:57.
:39:57.:39:58.

some good speed, driving up into 19. He gets knocked sideways coming

:39:58.:40:08.

down 320. He has maintained his control. Driving all the way

:40:08.:40:11.

through the finish. Estanguet is flying, it will be quick, it is

:40:11.:40:19.

very quick. 97.06. Again, you see the fastest time on the course

:40:19.:40:29.
:40:29.:40:31.

during these Olympics, absolutely shattered this time. Martikan... If

:40:31.:40:39.

looks could kill. S Then why it of France is the master -- Estanguet.

:40:39.:40:47.

Still to competitors to go. Estanguet it is guaranteed a medal.

:40:47.:40:51.

What a performance, making sure he didn't leave anything to chance,

:40:51.:40:58.

didn't give away any seconds there, kept it running, used every bit of

:40:58.:41:02.

speed and wave he could on the course to put in such a fantastic

:41:02.:41:06.

performance and lay down such a time to beat. The French supporters

:41:06.:41:12.

that were waiting for him at the finished work delirious with joy.

:41:12.:41:17.

That was a stunning performance by Tony Estanguet. There is the

:41:17.:41:23.

situation, the two great names at the top of the table. The Spaniards

:41:23.:41:29.

still in third place, in with a chance of a medal. We are down to

:41:29.:41:39.

our final two competitors, Savsek. He has just seen it two remarkable

:41:39.:41:46.

men complete his course in under one minute. Off to a nice start.

:41:46.:41:50.

Comes into tight on gate three. There is a to second penalty

:41:50.:41:54.

already. With those times that have been set this could be a real

:41:54.:41:59.

challenge to take the lead. He has got to keep maintaining the

:42:00.:42:07.

momentum that he set up now, Estanguet, the fastest split so far.

:42:07.:42:14.

He is 2.53 seconds behind, it is all going wrong at the moment for

:42:14.:42:19.

this really strong Slovenian. He is all over the place at the moment.

:42:19.:42:23.

Surely Tony Estanguet will be guaranteed a silver medal, with

:42:23.:42:29.

only Tasiadis of Germany to come. Now he is upside down and back up

:42:29.:42:36.

again, the pressure has got to him. It is all unravelling. Another to

:42:36.:42:42.

his second penalty, a total of 104 seconds of time already added.

:42:42.:42:48.

is really overcooking it. He has got no chance of any placing now

:42:48.:42:51.

except at the bottom of the table. The maximum number of penalty

:42:51.:42:57.

points so far by any of the previous competitors is just two.

:42:57.:43:04.

He has tried his best. He really has tried hard. So cross with

:43:04.:43:08.

himself, this is the untidy is run he has had in the whole competition

:43:08.:43:15.

so far, having done so consistently well. One upstream gated go, then

:43:15.:43:21.

the two downstream dates -- date it to go. A massive cheer from the

:43:22.:43:28.

crowd knowing he has tried his hardest. What a frustrating run for

:43:28.:43:35.

the Slovenian, after such a great Olympic campaign. He goes into 7th

:43:35.:43:42.

place. What a fascinating situation, Tony Estanguet sitting at the top

:43:42.:43:48.

of the table, within reach of his third Olympic gold medal. The

:43:48.:43:54.

Slovakian in second place, he will possibly win a third silver medal

:43:54.:44:00.

to add to the two gold medals. The Spaniard hasn't won a medal yet, he

:44:00.:44:05.

is sitting in third place at the moment. Just Tasiadis he produced

:44:05.:44:14.

the fastest time in the semi-finals, he is the last man down the course.

:44:14.:44:20.

Estanguet on the verge of becoming the greatest paddler of all time,

:44:20.:44:26.

especially when you look into his Olympic record. But can it be

:44:26.:44:32.

Germany's day? The last time they climbed to the top of the medal

:44:32.:44:38.

rostrum was back in 1972. In those days it was East Germany who won

:44:38.:44:48.

the gold medal. Tasiadis of Germany is seeing if he can beat the time

:44:48.:44:54.

set by Tony Estanguet. If he can he will win the Olympic gold medal.

:44:54.:45:04.

And nicely around the first three gates. Over to gate five. He can

:45:04.:45:12.

get a smooth and fast line 37 and 8. This split could be crucial. It is

:45:12.:45:19.

not insurmountable. The secret of Estanguet's success was consistency.

:45:19.:45:24.

He had fantastic speed over the middle part of the course. He built

:45:24.:45:34.
:45:34.:45:34.

throughout his run. Quite tight at 13. Get caught a little bit in the

:45:34.:45:41.

stopper as he pursues over to the course on the left-hand side.

:45:41.:45:46.

will see the next split. Estanguet will either be in pole position or

:45:46.:45:55.

not. He certainly is at the moment. He is certainly in touch to win a

:45:55.:46:00.

bronze medal ahead of the Spaniard. Tasiadis has got to keep it

:46:00.:46:10.

together now. Entirely to the upstream gate. A little bit stuck.

:46:10.:46:14.

The last upstream gate on the course, two downstream gates to go.

:46:14.:46:18.

The bronze medal is that one or 2.61, the silver and 98.31. I think

:46:18.:46:25.

we know who the champion is. This is a fantastic finish. My goodness,

:46:25.:46:35.
:46:35.:46:37.

he has leapfrogged Martikan. The Spaniard is out of the medals

:46:37.:46:44.

altogether. He finished 4th in Beijing, he finishes fourth this

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time. The champion for the third time in his career, Tony Estanguet

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produced a remarkable finish. That was brilliant, worthy of a champion.

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It's certainly was, he kept his cool and he knew what he had to do

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and there was absolute delight when he crossed the line. There is

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Michael Martikan, for the 5th time on the podium. It almost breaks out

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into a smile. But Sideris Tasiadis produced one of the performances of

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this competition so far. If it had not been for the superlative form

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of Tony Estanguet, he would have been champion. I do not know a huge

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amount about canoe slalom, but that was genius. How was it for you?

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First, I want to say it is a real pleasure to be with you here today.

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Yes, it is a special moment for me. It was a big fight for me to return

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after Beijing and my knight plays. I am really, really satisfied. It

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is like a dream because in this water, just one detail can put you

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off. I am really satisfied. After you saw Michael Martikan go down,

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what were your emotions? I was sure he would be at the meeting today

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and tea is really strong and I knew all so I could do it. I just tried

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to stay focused on my line and looked at the gates and the speed

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of the current and go as fast as possible. One of your best runs

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ever? No, probably not, because with this it is hard to be at your

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best, but for the Olympics it is not so bad. Congratulations. Thank

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you Johnathan and thank you for the He is the only person saying thank

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you for the rain. Congratulations to Tony. Two times Olympic champion

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and he finished 9th in 2008, so what an incredible year for him.

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The women's 10m synchronised diving has just finished. No medal

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yesterday for Tom Daley and Pete Waterfield and the same applies

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today. Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow were looking for a medal. There was

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plenty of hope for them, but they finished in 5th. That is despite

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the fact they came into this in good form. Surprise, surprise,

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China picked up the gold medal. Tonight at Wembley Stadium they are

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expecting a crowd of around 75,000 people for Team GB's women's match.

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If you are planning to go to Wembley, please get there early.

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And from Wembley Stadium to Wembley Arena. This is the Badminton. This

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it has been an extraordinary match. Rajiv won the first set and was

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leading 14-11 and had a sitter at the net and missed it. Now it is

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was cross it and that was the best shot he could do. He moved it away

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from Kevin's forehand. Rajiv was a silver medallist in the

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Commonwealth Games in New Delhi in 2010. The last British hope to

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reach the knockout stages. This is in effect a knockout match. Whoever

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wins this match goes through to the last 16. Whoever loses his out of

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the tournament. That was long. That was just on that far baseline. 19-

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19. It is the first to 21 provided you have a two-point lead. That was

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a brilliant shot. He reaches match point first. That is clever play.

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He has been so effective with his smash. Rajiv was expecting the

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badminton tournament is over. Reggie kicks his racket away in

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disgust. Guatemala is a country with no history of Badminton at all.

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Stunned the world in the World Tour Championships to reach the quarter-

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finals. Now he has reached the last 16. Rajiv we look back on that City

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that he had when he led in the final game. He won no that was his

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chance. I'm afraid he blew it. had all the chances to win that

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match. Especially in the first half of that last game, he was so

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dominant at the neck. He was using his attack and his angles so well.

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Just some really basic errors. In the end they were just so costly.

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It has to be said this has been a desperately disappointing

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tournament for the British badminton team. They did not

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qualify in the men's doubles or women's doubles, and now no-one has

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got through to the knockout stages. That was the last British interest

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But plenty of interest in the equestrian. We can go live it back

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to Greenwich. A wonderful silver medal for Great Britain. Here they

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are about to receive their medals. They gave it everything and were so,

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so close. Her Royal Highness presenting the first silver medal

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to William Fox-Pitt. He is the world's number one, but he could

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not quite clinch it for Britain. Now for Nicola Wilson, a late call-

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up. Now Zara. Yes, how good to see you. Tremendous, such a lovely

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young lady. One that can only do the sport proud in the future. Then

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Mary King, what a performance. Then finally Tina Cook. She has now got

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a team bronze and a team silver. Will it be Rio de Janeiro where it

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is Britain's turn to win gold again? Don't they look happy? And

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so they should. A nice hug from the Princess, the president of the

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The gold medallists and Olympic champions representing Germany.

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step forward for their second Olympic title in a row and they

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deserve it. They were excellent in all phases. Peter Thomson, his

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second gold medal. Dirk is becoming a regular member of the team.

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Sandra Auffarth is certainly going to become a regular member. This is

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the first Olympic Games for this man. And now on his birthday today

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he wins his first Olympic gold and one hesitates to say it could be

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the first of many. Ingrid would have loved and Olympic gold, but

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she withdrew her horse for the last round. It is her second team gold

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that she will cherish. Here come the flowers. What a birthday

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present for Michael Jung. And this looks a very powerful team. Britain

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is going to have to pull out all the stops, as are any of the other

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teams, to get ahead of this very powerful German team, the Olympic

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champions. Peter Thomson on the left, the senior member. But now we

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 75 seconds

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come to the national anthem of the Congratulations Germany. Great

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Britain sits in 20th place in the medal table. Germany are 7th, that

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was their second gold medal of the Games. Another gold in the Aquatics

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Centre in the diving for China. They are looking strong. We have

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got gymnastics coming up. What did you make of that yesterday? It was

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wonderful and heartbreaking at the same time. It took Great Britain

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The individual honours are awarded in the equestrian three-day event, and the Canadian singles canoe slalom title is decided at the Lee Valley Water Centre. In 2008, David Florence took silver in the canoe slalom C1; this afternoon, he tries to go one better.

Plus a progress report from the sailing at Weymouth.

14.30 Equestrian 15.35 Canoeing

Equestrian commentators: Michael Tucker Ian Stark

Canoe commentators: Paul Dickenson Helen Reeves.


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