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Welcome to Olympic Park. We have beach volleyball, the British women

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in action and the latest from the sailing. If you're looking for the

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women's team event gymnastics it is now on BBC Three for the final

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rotation. But these are the headlines from today. Great Britain

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land a brilliant silver medal in the team eventing competition but

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it missed out on the individual medals. Good form at Eton Dorney

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continues. There is disappointment for Beijing's silver-medallist,

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David Florence two exits the Kanu slalom at the semi-final stage. No

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stopping Andy Murray as he reaches the last 16 of the men's tennis

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the last 16 of the men's tennis with another straight sets win. So,

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this is what we have coming up. Next is Great Britain against Italy

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at the beach volleyball. Then the latest news at 6:30pm it with

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Just a reminder on BBC Three, the women's team final with the final

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rotation and Beth Tweddle on the uneven bars. Plenty of options on

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the red button as well, including tennis. We are now off to the beach

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volleyball. We are fans of this. Are you ready for the music,

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Mexican waves and the sport. Not what you would expect in the back

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garden of Number Ten Downing Street. The British women kicked off their

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campaign with an outstanding win against Canada. Zara Dampney and

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Shauna Mullin face the European champions of Italy. We can join it

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in the first set. 11-10 and It is an ace! Great start for Great

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Britain. It refers ace for the British pair. Forcing the Italian

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 52 seconds

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Wonderful! Great pick up from Zara Dampney. That was the pick up, out

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stretch right arm and that was the Well left! That was quite generous.

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I think they were relieved to sue see it drop behind the back line.

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They are in front for the first time since the start of the match

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Shauna Mullin tried to go it alone. The Italian Red this mood. She

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Both British players were somewhat stuck in the mid- court. Wasn't

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much they could do. Italy now back A gap of two has opened up. That is

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 52 seconds

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the cue for a time-out called by Italy in the driving seat, but they

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They were in the driving seat. But So close to being amazed, were left,

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Well left, that was long. Union Jacks everywhere in Horseguards

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 52 seconds

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The Italian was wise to the block. Zara Dampney ran out of sand. Now

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Italy have a very decent lead. 18- Zara Dampney goes it alone and

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finds the sideline. Just did enough to keep it in. Very close, but good

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Sprinting towards the net and taking off and producing a decent

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Now Italy are at the Downing Street The clock is out. Gap is back down

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to two. -- the block. What the crowd would give to a couple of big

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 52 seconds

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threatening Serbs from Zara Dampney. Unlucky. Zara Dampney annoyed with

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herself because possibly the ball Shauna Mullin let it go and that it

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 52 seconds

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was a mistake. It to retake the It was pretty evenly matched for

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most of the 20 minutes of play. That is a great block from Shauna

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The Italians saying was that really necessary, as Shauna Mullin waved

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That was a poor set. A catalogue of errors. Shauna Mullin was late in

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deciding to take the serve and they never improve their position after

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That was left and that it was an ace. Shauna Mullin's judgment is

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Malin makes Dampney work. -- Mullin. That was always going to be Italy's

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An early time-out called to try and limit the damage here by the

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Italy off to a good start in the second set. They took the first

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But was an ace. Italy are beginning to run away with this second set

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now. A change of ends after seven points have been played. Dampney

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and Mullin in all sorts of trouble That was more promising. They

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cannot afford any mistakes. Every Serb has to count. -- every server

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 52 seconds

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Mullin's confidence appears to be A second service fault from Marta

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Menegatti. She has also serve but Great Britain are five points

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Shauna Mullin's Serb has been trouble son. That is her third

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fault. Italy are in double figures, 10-four. Right now, Italy are in

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total command of this contest on Mullin has really struggled since

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the start of the second set. The crowd have gone eerily quiet as

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They need a lot of things happen here, they need the Italians to

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start missing and their own attacks And the blocks from the Italians

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have been working. It is turning into a bit of a thumping here in

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the second set for the British pair. They still have a match to come on

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Thursday at 3:30pm in the afternoon, against the Russian pair. They have

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won their first. Are winning their first-round gives them still a

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pretty good chance of going through to the knockout stages which is

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still happen here. Who knows, they Two touches called against Zara

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Dampney. 21 points in the second set have been and gone, it is the

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After the drama of Sunday afternoon, a nail-biting victory over the

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Canadians, the crowds have come in expecting more of the same. It was

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always going to be a tall order against the highly rated Italian

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pair and so it has proved. Great Britain had them in check in the

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first set but it has been a one- sided second. Menegatti serving.

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Nothing is going right for Mullin This looks better. It was well

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picked up. Menegatti was right there and she came sprinting

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Menegatti has been to the bench to sort herself out. We can now

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continue, 7-16. I think it is damage limitation for Great Britain.

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That was a very solid block from Shauna Mullin. Her second block of

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Mullin came charging in and lifted it over the top. A plucky shot from

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the Italians. They really had to dig that one out from the top

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service of the court here. It ended up with a mighty hit, a wonderful

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pick up. Cicolari and loaded. -- unloaded. This is just a stay of

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execution, this match cannot be won now for Mullin in Dampney. The

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Italians are simply in a different Menegatti was able to produce even

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when she was out of shape and out of position. It really need two

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points for victory over the host Mullin was considering letting it

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go but she recovered. Great Britain Water shot. -- what a shot. It was

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called out by the chair referee. He saw it differently to the line

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A bit more noise about Horse Guards Good positional play from the

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British. Desperate stuff. That was a great rally. It brings up match

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Grether Cicolari. The Germans save 10 match points earlier. Britain

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will need to do the same. Shauna Mullin finds the line. They have

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It is over. Great Britain have played two, one won and lost one,

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but they are still in the Olympic tournament. It is not the end of

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the Olympic dreams of Shauna Mullin and Zara Dampney at the Grether

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Cicolari and Marta Menegatti out classed the British players. There

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are a few Italians around Horseguards Parade this afternoon.

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Horseguards Parade this afternoon. They have enjoyed the occasion.

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Lots of noise and as ever a fabulous atmosphere. The Italians

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have won in straight sets. What happened, you got off to an

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absolute flyer? The crowd were amazing. The Italians played very

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well. We needed to push further in the second set. We are disappointed,

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but we need to pick ourselves up. It was an extremely tight first

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set? We played well, but the second set, I could not hold up to the

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pressure. You have played the Italians four times and you have

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not beaten them. But you came out looking like you fancied it today?

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We have usually had very good matches. We need to do what we did

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in the first set a little bit more. If you had beaten the Italians, you

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would have gone top of the group, are you confident you can get to

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the final stage? We have Russia next on Thursday. We are going to

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go home and watch the video, and work on it and come back fighting

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on Thursday. This is my 8th venue of the London 2012 experience and

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this is the best. This place rocks. The atmosphere is amazing. It is

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amazing to have the home support, we don't have it very often and we

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love it. We met this time last year for a test event, this place has

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changed? 10 times more people. You get a great atmosphere on the court.

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It is an amazing atmosphere and we have the best venue. Best of luck

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on Thursday. Victory on Thursday will ensure

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they go through to the knockout stage and even if they lose they

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could go through as one of the 4th lucky losers. Another four gold

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medals to be decided at the aquatic centre. Now the latest news from

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the sailing. Defending Olympic champions, Andrew "Bart" Simpson

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and Iain Percy were the only British sailors to shine.

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We are in the heart of the competition and all three of our

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Olympic defending gold-medallist are in action. Alison Young, 24

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years old, one of the last to be picked for Team GB, had a day she

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Young. Annelise Murphy from Ireland who has won every race so far won

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first place and Alison Young was second. Ireland led around the top

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and Annelise Murphy is going to lead around the bottom mark. About

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to make it a number three, is she? Along way to go. As Great Britain

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come round, Alison Young from Great Britain heart on her heels. Mexico

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round at the same time. On the second downwind leg Alison Young

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was feeling the pressure from behind. She held her nerve. Alison

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Young, downwind and she was gaining. She is on a chase to the finish.

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Annalisa Murphy fire and, when number three. The British sailor

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his second in the Laser radial. Four Radio race was almost a carbon

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copy of the third. The Irish sailor managed to sail away from the fleet

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with Alison Young in the chasing pack. Alison Young needing all of

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her tactical nous to see off her rival. Alison Young is in the

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leading pack. Talking to Ben Ainslie and he has huge respect.

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She is battling in the front of this fleet with the wind behind.

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One boat to making the move, Spain is on the attack, forcing her to

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swerve. Very aggressive sailing from the Spaniard. Other sailors in

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this fleet are seeing the new girl as a real threat. Alison Young is

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making her mark. The Irish sailor maintain her unblemished record in

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Weymouth, taking her 4th win in a row. Alison Young, took another

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second place, launching her up the overall standings to 4th. Many

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people's favourite from the Netherlands inferred. Total

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domination for Ireland. Alison Young had a fantastic day. -- in

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It has been a tough day, but you were flying? Great day out there,

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two seconds, and a great place to build the rest of the regatta from.

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Did it feel as though a few nerves had settled down? I started better

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today and made life a bit easier. How surprised are you by the Irish

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girl? You don't expect someone to come to an Olympic regatta and win

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the first four races on the bounce? She is quick in the breeze is, she

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has proved that. Could you have envisaged before the regatta began

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he would be in this position coming up to the halfway point? Definitely

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not. There are so many good competitors. I have been trying to

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take it race by race, not make many mistakes and keep it simple. We are

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talking about how many British fans there are, but we saw quite a few

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Irish fans, could you hear them? Yes, it was my family and any other

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Irish people they could gather together.

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Great excitement for Britain would Alison Young on the cusp of the top

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three. Eight out of 10 of classes whether gold medal could be one

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were in action. There is a lot to Alison Young was good news, Iain

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Percy and Andrew Simpson past the halfway mark in the regatta in

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second place. With a day after Myra, Bayley the Star class by four

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points. You have laid down a marker you are here with intent to defend

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your title? We are definitely here to defend our title. They are only

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four points behind and they won't stand by to let us have this one,

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it will be a fight to the end. Things started well, but a capsize

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ruin their chances later in the day. The only good news came in the form

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of a capsize from their rivals, Australia. They ended up taking our

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win, and we were not locked into the boat because we were coming out

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of a manoeuvre. Basically made a mistake. The British trio had a

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battle with the French medal hope. That went their way and they lie

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joint 4th in their group. In the men's Laser, a story that started

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badly for Paul Goodison yesterday when he could not get into the top

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10, got even worse today when he came 16th. He rallied to post a

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second place, but he emerged on the slipway almost in tears following

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the reoccurrence of a back injury. Not the way his rival wants to take

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the gold? I know he has had problems in the past with his back.

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I want him to do well and I hope he gets some good physiotherapy

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tonight and is feeling better tomorrow. We have had our

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differences but you don't want to see anyone in pain. You probably

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noticed that there is one sailor we have not told you about. Ben

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Ainslie was back in action and he's has spent the last four races

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behind the day in this -- Danish sailor. He was looking to

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comfortable in the gold medal position and Ben Ainslie went out

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to change that today. Head ing out to the Racecourse and

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before the start Ben Ainslie had the Danish sailor in his sights.

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Denmark look to be in clear wind at the bottom of your picture. It

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wasn't a perfect start for Ben Ainslie. He is heading a way to the

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other side of the course. Whilst he was struggling in 21st, the Danish

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way in the leading pack. At the second mark, the great Dane was

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leading, but Ben Ainslie had made ground. The Danish sailor rounds

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the top mark. Ben Ainslie coming round. He will be in third place.

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His see inside the Spanish solar? He is. He is a two-second and

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chasing the man from Denmark. What can he do now. And what the wind

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behind, Ben Ainslie is often in a class of his own. But at London

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2012 he has met his match. Downwind with the wind behind, Ben Ainslie

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is in a different league to everyone else. That is what we said

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on the first day, but I don't think we are saying it now because the

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Danish sailor is looking very slippery. The Danish sailor is

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looking good upwind and down wind, it is troubling. Ben Ainslie

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finished 4th. Denmark is about to finish. Race 5, then Mark when and

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Ben Ainslie is inside the top five. It is a good result by any

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standards, except the standards he set himself today. Today was about

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going out to try and beat the Danish sailor who is getting a grip

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on a class Ben Ainslie has dominated for so many years. The

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Danish sailor has beaten Ben Ainslie in every single race.

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the final race, things were much closer. 200m from the finish. Ben

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Ainslie is in third. Can he get past the Danish sailor for the

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first time? He is trying. He is not going to do it. Six races, Ainslie

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beaten in every single one. That was better than yesterday. But this

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Dame is proving elusive? He is sailing really well. He is on fire

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at the moment. Where ever he goes on the course pays off. Credit to

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him. I can only do the best I can do. I gave it everything today. It

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was better, but it needs to be better for the remaining races.

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is a strange position for you to be, because if you dismount your 12th

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place, it is a good card? It is not bad, but it is about winning. In

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most events, if you want to win you have to win a few races. I need to

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pick the game up and hopefully get some better races. Be honest, have

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you surprised yourself so far in this a Olympic regatta? Yes, for

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sure. Coming in and after six races having won three of them and two

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seconds, you could not ask for any more. I'm very happy and very

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pleased and a little bit surprised. You have got a twinkle in your eye,

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do you believe you can win this regatta? Yes, I do believe. I think

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we talked before the regatta and I said I believe I could win it back

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then as well. Now it is looking a bit better. They are still four

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races to go, Ben Ainslie is not that far behind. It is still open.

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We will take it will one day at a time, have a nice rest tomorrow and

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be back on Thursday. You so often demonstrate an iron will to win, do

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you believe you can still produce this magic moments we are so

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craving on Sunday? I will keep going until the end, what ever

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happens. It won't change. Hopefully he has had it all his way so far

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this week, hopefully he has if you tough races. It is never over until

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the fat lady sings. Let's hope the fat lady sings. Far Olympic knew, -

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- new,, Alison Young a fantastic start. Concerned that Beijing gold-

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medallist, Paul Goodison with his back injury. We wish him all the

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best. For Ben Ainslie, he has passed the halfway stage and is yet

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to beat his Danish rival. He has the day after Myra, so plenty of

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time for contemplation. I don't know if you have seen the weather

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forecast but it looks pretty windy in Weymouth and Portland. Whatever

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happens, there will be plenty of We will be back with all of the

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latest tomorrow and hopefully Britain were playing hockey but

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without Kate Walsh who was hit-in overhead. We are all set for Great

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Britain against South Korea. They are captained by Helen Richardson

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in the absence of Kate Walsh. They are playing in their white strip

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It has gone right through the team well but frankly, as you say...

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That can only be put down as an absolute goalkeeping shocker. She's

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probably aiming for the far side where Helen Richardson was waiting.

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The goalkeeper did not know whether to go with her -- de Gea with her

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pad or her blood and she did first goal against Beth Storry in

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the tournament. That was fantastic by the Korean captain.

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Unfortunately for Great Britain, I think Beth Storry had the shot

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covered and Clary Rogers has Rogers. I think the Koreans are

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feelings if Christa: Could push this home. She answers in the

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affirmative. -- Christian Cullen. It flew like a bullet. The ball

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went between the two players. That was a brilliant goal by Christian

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by Great Britain. It was started by Danson. These girls would spend

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hours on the training field on these kind of corners and that was

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a brilliant routine for a start excellent, absolutely excellent.

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opportunity for Korea. Grey it build-up play by the Koreans --

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of worry. A great corner by Korea. The Player was unmarked at the far

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post. Questions need to be asked about defensive play. Beth Storry

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in goal needs to demand more of her players. Whether they cannot hear

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her call what the situation has. penalty corner has been won. I

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think that is the appropriate word. Hanham a cloud lifts the ball over

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the first defender's stick -- Richardson, she missed trapped the

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ball on top of the circle but managed to work her way round and

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great composure by Georgie Twigg. I thought she was going to take the

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shot on the reverse-stick but she rolled back inside. Well played by

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Thomas. The goalkeeper mystic and mental approach of this British

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side, they have let go a two goal lead to 3-3 and then come back to

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lead. The goalkeeper flapped at that and Chloe Rogers probably has

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scored the easiest goal of her caught. That is not good news.

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is her ankle. Let's hope this is not as bad as potentially it looks

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and that Alex Danson comes back and plays.

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SUE BARKER:. Injuries are another blow but the British team won. We

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are going to take you to Wimbledon because a marathon has been taking

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part on court number one between two man mountains. We can join it

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in the third set. Commentary from want to know how they both still

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have challenges remaining. They get three more each so they get back up

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to three and when they get to 9-9, every six games, they revert back

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to three. You are wise in the ways of the world. If this goes to 24-24,

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they will both go back up to three song go with the net cord. -- Jo-

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Wilfried Tsonga. Excellent finesse Tsonga. Suddenly, at 23-24, finds

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Wilfried Tsonga leaps into the air. He wins this epic match. Epic it

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was. The longest ever match in Olympic tennis. Smiles and slaps as

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they embrace. What a match, what entertainment. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

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is through and still has energy to spin. It is fitting that it had a

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point like that to end it. absolutely phenomenal point with

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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga or slipping behind the baseline. A huge round

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of applause for Raonic. He deserves it. Great sportsmanship. He

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represented Canada beautifully. will be Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, listen

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to the score again, 25-23 in the final set. Truly a marathon for

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these Olympics. SUE BARKER: A great match and

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tremendous scenes at Wimbledon. You can watch the next match on Court

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One on the red button. That is it from me. Gary Lineker will be

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continuing over on BBC One with the four gold medals decided in the

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