BBC Two: Day 5: 22.00-22.40 Olympics


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Welcome back. The long wait for British gold is over. Day five has

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given us much to cheer. Bradley Wiggins struck gold in the time-

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trial to become Britain's most decorated Olympia with seven medals.

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Chris Froome won bronze. But his gold was not the first of the Games,

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that came courtesy of Helen Glover and Heather Stanning who won the

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women's pair in the rowing. GB's men's eight were also amongst the

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medals at Eton Dorney, they took bronze behind Germany and Canada.

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Scott Michael Jamieson claimed a superb silver in the men's 200m

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breaststroke. It took a world record from Daniel Gyurta to beat

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him. The gymnastics has kept us thoroughly entertained. Today was

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the men's all-around final. Observe thing for us were Matt Baker, Mitch

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Senna and Christine Still. Welcome to the North Greenwich Arena for

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the men's individual all-around final which involves two British

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gymnasts. Let's listen to the roar of. The first of his six pieces of

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apparatus. Consistency is the key the Arabian, very light of touch on

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the landing. Two-and-a-half twists, into the full twist, very nicely

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done. This is crucial. Very nicely moment. Then the final double

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Arabia. That will do very nicely indeed. Kristian Thomas, what a

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start, terrific. What a start with five pieces to go. It is a big

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score. Daniel Purvis with his first piece. A tiny bit of bent knees,

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but he is swinging beautifully now. Keep your feet together. He lost

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form slightly, but this routine is big difficulty. He looks totally

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determined. Well done. Well done in did. That was a good, battling

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performance. He will be pleased to have it over with. This is after

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the first piece of apparatus. This man has made her real name for

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himself over the past few days. Keep it going. Very difficult

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triple Russian between the handles. Into triple Russian on the end.

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This is nice, just keep it going. That was really nice work from

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something approaching 16. Absolutely precise. Not a step

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wrong. I think he means business today. He is fed up with feeling

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sorry for himself. A huge score. Two-and-a-half twists, but a little

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bit off direction. Having such a great competition so far. This is a

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big routine for him. It is indeed. His physique is not enormously

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suited to rings, but he held that with utter determination. No

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They arrest and rise into the Swinging moods. That is what he is

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good at. He must control the dismount as well. Well done, that

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family. He has a sister in the Japanese women's team. His full

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turn was late, but he did very well. He had to struggle to get the

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the double pike and a little skip backwards. Some lovely, light,

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swinging touches. That is a good score. We are half way round. He

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got Great Britain that bronze. Hoping for something very similar

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here. I am glad it is you commentating on this one. What a

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shame! He just squeezed into hard. That is his first mistake in the

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whole competition. Can he keep his composure? So much at stake. Two

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pieces after this one. Usually a very solid high bar worker. That

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was a very nice out into handstand. The back somersault with full twist.

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Worked really well. Now that close elements in the turns. He needs to

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That will be very costly. He will struggle now. This is the current

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something to date. That was the combination. Just a little hop

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forward. There is that pencil sharp shape that we have come to love. A

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brilliant performance. He can sniff gold. Without surprise he is in

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gold medal position ahead of his all-around gymnast. His coach must

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be very proud of this young man. Luckily, clean, crisp openers. A

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the catch, but, my goodness me, he is going. What a cracker. Look at

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the smile. My word! That was something. He was flying.

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certainly was. So much was expected of him and he looks quite heavy

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hearted. But this is his real strong peace, this and high bar.

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Just look at the time he has on the apparatus. He generates height from

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it. He is another very stylish gymnast. Legs always locked

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together. For a tour gymnast this is very nice. He will be very happy

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with that. That looks more like it. He knew he had to do the

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performance of his life. He is the world champion on parallel bars. He

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is desperately trying to do everything he can to get into the

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medals. That is why he is the world champion. Extra bounce and extra

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 41 seconds

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unfortunate. With that penultimate double, I think he was just a bit

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tentative. A fault was given. Uchimura has been off his game.

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Straight body Kovac, with full feet, and that is a champion's

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performance, if ever I have seen one. Fantastic. He is going to be

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over a marker head of his team-mate. -- over a mark ahead of his team-

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mate. Wraps up this competition. What's in store for him? He has got

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good extension forward on their hips. He swings forward with the

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hits extended fully. Very nice technique. Light work. Ooh! But, my

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goodness me. How easy to let a medal slip away. The medal has gone.

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That was his brother. Japan had a nightmare in a team final on this

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piece of apparatus, and it is exactly what happened last time.

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looked like he was nowhere near. One disappointment. So the door is

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open. Kohei Uchimura, for Olympic gold. Superb. Three and a half

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twists, did you count them? Now he Very quick. He has got a shop must

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now which, even after the four point landing, is impressive. Now,

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the shrug of the shoulders and the composure he needs. It is a triple

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 41 seconds

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twist. That is solid gold. Well just a pace back. You have shown

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you can cope with pressure. At he needs a 15 Winfrey for three to go

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pacy routine, not lots of hanging about. He is not puffin. Can he

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make it to the finish? That was a big challenge for a medal. Lovely

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work. A but there is your leader, and he will not be taught. The

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German has gone into second! That gives him a silver medal in the

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Olympic all-round final. What a Those gymnasts are something else.

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Britain's men's hockey team got off to a flying start when they

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comfortably beat Argentina in the opening game of Group A. Today they

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face South Africa, and were watched by our commentators Sean Curly and

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red, with white collars, for the second match. South Africa are in

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 41 seconds

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their usual gold and green. This is pace. Good save. But a penalty

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corner comes from it because the ball came up high from the

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clearance. It is 1-0 to Great Britain! Great quality from Jackson.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 41 seconds

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This is bread-and-butter to him. He South Africa. Two bits of magic by

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Matt Bailey, first with that lovely little ball here. And secondly, on

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 41 seconds

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his knees, still manages to get a do you see that? Rub more was

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expecting the attacker to control it, but he missed it and

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subsequently hit him on the leg. This could be serious Now the Great

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Britain's chances. Austin Smith, the likely striker, the number two.

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It is a goal! Austin Smith, coming in from behind. It is 1-1.

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often do you see that? South Africa thoroughly deserved this. They have

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put pressure on Great Britain all day, and a beautifully executed

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corner swatted away. South Africa lead by 2-0! How good was that?

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Superb finish. No chance for the goalkeeper. That was an accurate

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strike, right in the far post. minutes and three quarters now to

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 41 seconds

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Or at least saved the day. One point could make such a difference.

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They have called for a referral. Please check if it was a deflection,

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if it was a clear goal or not. will see that here. It looks like

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one. Did Jackson get hold of that? It was not James Tindall, as we

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thought originally. It is not easy for the officials. So my decision

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stands. Thank you very much. goal is given! The umpire's

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decision stands. The score is 2-2. Penalty corner. One drama at the

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finish. Just looking out that we play... -- just looking at that we

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disappointment. But it could have been labelled a disaster if the

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A tough game for you? We knew it would be. We knew they would

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compete with us if we did turn up. As it was, we let them into the

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game and they punished us for being a bit of pace. A bit disappointing.

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We probably got what we deserved. We will take it as it comes and

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move on to the next match. Incredible atmosphere, wasn't it?

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It was. I feel bad that we have not delivered when people have done so

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Still very much in the thick of things. Let's turn our attention to

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water polo and Team GB against Australia. If you see a player with

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bloodshot eyes, it is not from the chlorine, it is because this is the

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only sport where the players give motivation against Australia

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tonight, she was born in New Zealand. We have seen a few too

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many of those. Maybe it is nervous. Some mist passes. Just silly missed

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an exclusion is coming as well. That was a good save in the end.

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get the impression they are a bit too keen. That was a lovely shot.

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Francesca Snell scored a beautiful goal against Russia. Just not there.

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They have drawn the exclusion. The fowls are beginning to rack up now

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She had quite a quiet game. What a lovely shot. She is one of the

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players that Great Britain women will have to watch. They will have

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to find a way to nullify her threat. She was not too good against

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Australia, did not put too many in. But she is on form tonight. GB need

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a goal before the end of the first quarter to give them a foothold and

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give them some confidence in this game. They get another 30 seconds,

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She scored the other night and so she has this evening to get Great

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Britain on the scoresheet. That is the first goal they have scored in

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four power plays and their efficiency needs to be better than

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that. But at least they have scored a goal before the end of the first

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get going. But Chloe Wilcox with the goal just before the end of the

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first quarter. Asli southern with Not a bad first quarter, but the

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Australians won in the end by 16-3. A second consecutive defeat. But

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all the teams will go through to the quarter-finals. But the less

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well they do, the less favourable their draw will be. It is a lovely,

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clear evening. And you are in the studio. I just crept in again.

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can we look forward to. The big successes of the day and I have

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James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent and Denise Lewis in tonight.

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Everyone was so willing Kristian Thomas on today and he went for it.

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You have got to go for the difficulty, which he did, and

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unfortunately in the vault it did not come off for him. Had he got

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the same score is that he caught in the preliminaries comet he would

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have got the bronze. They just go for it. It is the biggest stage.

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Especially if you have already got a bronze, you want to go for it. It

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is the Olympic spirit. It has been an amazing day and at last we have

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won a couple of gold medals. changes everything. It certainly

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does. Make sure you join Gabby on BBC One after a brilliant day from

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Team GB. Bradley Wiggins is unbeaten in a time-trial this year.

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Seven minutes away from Olympic history. The Brits have done well.

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# I will be kink and you'll be Queen.

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# And nothing will drive us away. He is going around like an absolute

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trooper. And Great Britain is coming back. Gold medal! Great

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