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Team GB keep the medals coming

A look back at the action and excitement from Day 7 in London.

(03:42) | August 4, 2012



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(01:28) | Jul 15, 2014

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Olympics: The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics Bid Committee react, after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) unanimously agreed that the city would progress to the Candidate City Phase in the bid to host the Olympic Winter Games 2022.

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Tevez's father returned after kidnapping

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