BBC Two: Day 4: 22.00-22.40 Olympics


BBC Two: Day 4: 22.00-22.40

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I just thought you might fancy the longer version of that. Good

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evening. Let's see what has been happening on day four of London

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Michael Phelps was denied a third Michael Phelps was denied a third

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straight gold in the butterfly, Chad le Clos beat him in a stunning

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finish. That silver plus gold in the freestyle relay it made him the

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most successful Olympian of all time with 19 medals. Team GB's

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Michael Jamieson stormed into the 200m breaststroke final in a new

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British record time. Andrew Willis also qualified. Great Britain's

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eventing team including Zara Phillips won a Super absinthe --

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silver medal behind Germany at Greenwich Park. Tina Cook and Mary

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King just missed out on a second medal in the individual equestrian

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event as Michael Jung made it a double gold for Germany.

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World number one David Florence was knocked out in the semi-finals as

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Tony Estanguet won gold in the We start with basketball. Before we

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see Team GB's men in action let's meet their star man. He plays in

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the NBA for the Chicago Bulls and made history by becoming the first

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Briton to be selected for the There is the good and the bad, a

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good part is definitely playing basketball at the highest level. I

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don't like sitting with the media. I would rather go out and nobody

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recognise me, the guide at the back with a heart on, nobody coming up

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to me. In a simple manner he sums up life as an NBA superstar.

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But his life has been anything but simple. He is a superstar in the

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United States with the Chicago Bulls, the team made famous by

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Michael Jordan. An all-star of the NBA. President Obama calls him an

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inspiration. It is incredible what he has done. He is British, the

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highest paid British oarsmen in the world and a weekly wage if eclipses

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that off David Beckham. management two years ago, they said

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have you got any more like him. When he walks down the high street

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in Brixton he is barely recognised. If you were to drop me in London

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and a my way around every were. journey to the top began in the

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toughest way possible, he was born during the civil war in Sudan as

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soon after his family fled the country. I lived in Egypt for five

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years without a carrot. -- without my parents. If they were in England

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asking for asylum. Everything we made we shared. He was never likely

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to go off the rails. Professional football was his first green.

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not the guy who sits there and talks about himself, I don't do

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that. When it comes to football, I would admit I am pretty good. I was

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just watching the England Italy match. There is a flashback that

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comes through, and you wonder, if there. Football wasn't his destiny.

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Certainly not once he met the irresistible force that is Jimmy

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ruptures -- Rogers. Your job is to grab babble. Grab the ball. Aware

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he to be hostile, agile, mobile. When I was at Brixton I felt I

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worked very hard, went to practise. I started playing with the older

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guys into a Jimmy Rogers came over. He said you have a chance to be

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something special. He left his sprint -- you have to spring.

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has made him go all the way? Very intellectually shop. When he went

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to the NBA he told me about Madison Square Gardens and said, now the

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hard work starts. Babette be -- I bet that is the only guy in the MBA

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you as that. Does he still scare you? I don't want to talk about

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that. I am who I am because I it was a part of that. Kids let you

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down, then you get a phone call, from somebody in the States, he has

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graduated. A telegram. It gives you the grounding for life. A lot of

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these people come through Brixton, they are great human beings. I have

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been very poor the -- I have been very blessed. I would never take

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advantage of it, that is where I It has always been about giving

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back. He has never been flash. It has always been about so much more.

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I have seen both sides of the world. I have been on bedside. I was a

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refugee and had nothing. I ate no - - I own a lot of money and I am

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known, the balance is not fair. Giving back to south Sudan, the

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place of his birth. The world's youngest country, struggling to

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emerge from the brutal war of independence. Everyone of you guys

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is capable of being somebody special, what ever you dream in

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your head, whatever you want to be, maybe you will be the president of

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this country, and one day you will lead us, be the leader of a great

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country. And right now giving back to British basketball. It is a

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special time for us, all the kids that love basketball can stand out

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and say that is their team. What feeling when you have when he runs

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out for Team GB? I will be very proud, something I never thought I

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would see in my lifetime. The guys on the team are the same guys I

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grew up with, they all we said one day we will put British basketball

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Let's see how he got on with Great Britain in their first game, the

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opposition was provided by Brazil, the commentary, John Amaechi and

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Mike Carlton. We joined it in the final quarter with Britain in white

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onto for Great Britain. A good recovery by Brazil. The isolation

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they could get in that position, away because of the clock. Deng

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hits. Great Britain in the lead by There is you're all staff. As long

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as you don't have to make your key player be spectacular on every

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single played during the game, you can give them the opportunity to be

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spat -- spectacular at the most important times. This is the

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difference. Taking hits, recreating a tough job. Concentrating on him,

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he will not have this energy left. Great Britain up by one, did

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defence did it. -- good defence did We see it time and time again,

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players don't think it is important Four minutes to play. Great Britain

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Sell imported, maintain composure, Brazil will attack. You want to

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know how important this would be. Great Britain beating Brazil in

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football and multiply it by 50. far more unexpected outcome.

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Chris Finch was talking about that Garcia gets the rebound. He runs

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down the lane. In from the corner. Dougie Duke some perspective their

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third three-point shot. The lead Again, tough defence all weight to

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that last second, the hands go on, it will be a foul -- all the way.

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Garcia just manhandling him, pushing him out the attack said.

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They are trying to push him further. Garcia has been doing a fantastic

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job. For Brazil he has been named defensive player of the Year four

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Didn't see that expire, at their home -- they thought maybe it had

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hit the rim. Let's see if it did, 2.5 minutes to play. Brazil up by

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four. The ball comes loose, picked up by a Splitter. That back for it

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turned the corner, talk about fundamentals, -- back for it. --

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foot. Turnover at a crucial time. He wants to go on his own, he loses

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the ball, down the line. It was a good move, at the right move at the

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right time. He was going to go up for that. Brazil have taken another

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We have got to stop here. Let's go red. What do you guys want? Do you

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The coach is an Argentine, but You heard Christopher Finch talking

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about denying the ball and laying Again the hand goes in and the foul

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gets called. The next one will put Brazil in the penalty zone. At the

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moment two players are sandwiched together and you know there is

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What a Caleb that is. That is a dagger because the rest of the

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Defence for GB did not get back and that is fundamental. -- What a

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killer at that is. Nene was bothered by a foot injury, but he

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is not bothered there. Brazil will get another possession with a

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minute and a half to play. rebounds are a nightmare, they take

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the wind out of a team. It is out of bounds. A break for GB. Time Out

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called. Christopher Finch tried to cancel that time-out called.

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might have been an idea. We have to make plays now. You here and you

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You see that foul at a crucial time of the game. You cannot afford to

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give away any extra points. That led directly to another opportunity

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on fence. Extra possessions at this They had a quiet 19 points done in

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the most boring ways. They did everything that had to be done.

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That was knocked away. The basket No want went with him. They went

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patiently with the pick and the role. Garcia again knocks it away.

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That is a foolish foul. Fouling Luol Deng. He knows he has got to

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get the shot off. It is too important to have car seal on the

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bench at this crucial time. -- Andrew Sullivan comes in, he has

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been a very good defender. A lot of strategy going on. Brazil putting

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in fence at players. -- defensive Three for 7. Neither team has shot

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well from the free-throw line. GB have got eight from 14. He makes

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the third of the three. 60-65. Many Sullivan tied him up. You see how

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Brazil spread the floor and forced the defenders to stay at the very

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They want to keep the ball in the hands of the player who is the best

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They will need a quick three and the ball back. It is going to be

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important with 11 seconds left. Whatever is on Christopher Finch's

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11 seconds and a seven-point lead. You heard Christopher Finch talking

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about the flair screen. Maybe a quick kick back to Luol Deng.

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Luol Deng wanted the ball and he did not get it. Another

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heartbreaking defeat for Great They face Spain on Thursday. Great

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Britain's women's hockey team performed well in the opening game

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at beating Japan 4-0. That put them at the top. In today's early match

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of the Netherlands moved clear, thanks to a win over Japan. Kate

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Walsh suffered a fractured his jaw in the match when she was struck in

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the face. She bravely intends to return when she can. We will see

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how Team GB got on against South goalkeeper. An early gift. The

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goalkeeper has not served her team well. That is an absolute

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 57 seconds

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in the tournament. The shot was Rogers. It is great to see. This is

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what she is very good at. bullet. The goalkeeper has been

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Great Britain. The started by Thomas, finished by her inner

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of the goalkeeper. They would have spent hours on the training field

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during these kind of corners, that is a brilliant routine. Excellent,

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for Korea from a penalty corner. They moved to a pitch, using the

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full length. Good save. It couldn't stop the second one. It is 3-2,

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good strike. Disappointment now would turn into a bit of worry.

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Unmarked at the far post. Questions need to be asked of the defensive

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think that is the appropriate word. Hannah MacLeod lifts the ball over

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the first defenders Dick, it is in the air, didn't make contact with

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situation. It was Georgie Twigg. Helen Richardson, she managed to

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work her way around, great composure by Georgie Twigg. I

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thought initially she would take the shot on the reverse stick but

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goalkeeper missed it, and she scores. They have come back to 5-3.

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that is not good news. The that his her ankle. Let's hope this isn't as

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bad as potentially it looks and she I am proud of the goals. We got on

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it and put the two goals away, very proud. Fair play to Korea, they

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didn't give up, when are we to 3-3, you heard the crowd, they lifted

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everybody and gave us that extra buzz, that was the advantage of

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being at home. We kept going, we didn't doubt that we could win this

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game and we played them until the end. That injury did not look good,

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10 -- can you tell us much more? don't know much, I have come from

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the game to the press conference. I saw her out on the crutches

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afterwards, at think it is an ankle twist, that is all I know. The

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crowd of brilliant. Great to see the support. The second game in,

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loud and better than ever. All the cheering, it really spurs us on.

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Great game. Great Britain reclaim Great game. Great Britain reclaim

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top spot ahead of the Dutch on goal difference. The next match is then

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faced Belgium at 7pm on Thursday. You can watch that rival BBC Three.

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The Olympic flame burns. Verities. And you are on BBC One very shortly.

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Another stellar line-up. I had Stella! John McEnroe, Michael

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Johnson,. You are you know he should get, or boat, Chad le Clos's

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father. We put the request in. He is going

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through drug testing at the moment. I hope you get them on, his dad was

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sensational. The moment of the day, that will

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raise was fantastic, a brilliant night in the pool.

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One silver today. The gold rush starts tomorrow.

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We hope so. No pressure, Bradley Wiggins.

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It is how it is, not too many finals in the early stages, things

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are going through heats and semi- finals.

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And the sport we tend to do better at, a little bit later on. She says,

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hopefully. It is a question of we do not want

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to peak too soon. Build it up, a nice crescendo.

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We will build it up towards your show.

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