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Felix spoils Campbell-Brown's historic threepeat

American Allyson Felix wins the women's 200m gold ahead of Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, while Veronica Campbell-Brown finishes out of the medals, as Jo Ankier reports.

(01:54) | August 9, 2012



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Vanessa-Mae handed skiing ban

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(00:34) | Nov 11, 2014

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London Paralympic Games 'set a high bar' for Rio

Olympics: The Executive Director of Communications for Rio 2016 has said that the London Paralympics were the best ever staged.

(01:35) | Oct 29, 2014

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Visacki opposes Kosovo IOC membership

Olympics: Serbia Olympic Committee Secretary General Djordje Visacki is strongly opposed to Kosovo being given full membership by the IOC.

(01:10) | Oct 24, 2014

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WATCH: Wolf saves Arslan from terrible miss

Bundesliga: Watch as Werder Bremen's goalkeeper accidentally parried the ball into his own net.

(00:31) | Nov 24, 2014

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Bundesliga: Top 5 goals of week 12

Bundesliga: Relive the best goals of week 12 in the Bundesliga, highlighted by Mario Gotze's long-range effort.

(01:48) | Nov 24, 2014

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Highlights: Hamburg 2-0 Werder Bremen

Bundesliga: A 2-0 victory for Hamburg over Werder Bremen kept their opponents in the Bundesliga relegation zone.

(01:08) | Nov 24, 2014

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Taking a look at the second legs

MLS: ESPN FC's Adrian Healey, Taylor Twellman, and Alexi Lalas take a look ahead to the second legs of the MLS Conference Finals.

(02:10) | Nov 24, 2014

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Donovan: We are full of confidence

MLS: The LA Galaxy's Landon Donovan was pleased as his side held Seattle to a clean sheet in the first leg of the Western Conference finals, and remains confident they can perform even better at CenturyLink Field.

(00:59) | Nov 24, 2014

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Henry: It is a bad result

MLS: The New York Red Bulls' Thierry Henry believes his side will continue to fight back in the second leg, despite losing 1-0 to the New England Revolution at Red Bull Arena.

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