Olympics 2012

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Olympics 2012
Coverage from London of the 2012 Olympic Games
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  • Day Four Sue Barker

    Sue Barker introduces further coverage from day four of the Games, featuring the latest tennis matches at Wimbledon, and Great Britain v Brazil in the men's basketball at the Basketball Arena. The Group B basketball encounter will be in its concluding stages and the British squad are looking to boost their chances of a top-four finish and a place in the quarter-finals, as they continue to compete at their first Olympics since London last hosted the Games in 1948. Over on the famous grass courts of Wimbledon, the men's and women's second-round singles matches are scheduled to continue, with the doubles disciplines at the quarter-final stage. Mike Carlson and John Amaechi commentate on the basketball, with Tim Henman among those at the tennis

  • Day Nine Clare Balding

    The women's marathon. Clare Balding and Tanni Grey-Thompson present coverage from the streets of London. The race begins at 11.00 on The Mall, where it will also conclude 26.2 miles later, passing many of the capital's most famous landmarks on the way. While the field may not have time to appreciate St Paul's Cathedral, the Houses of Parliament and Tower of London, the pavements will be packed with crowds cheering on British runners Paula Radcliffe, Mara Yamauchi and Claire Hallissey. With commentary by Steve Cram and Brendan Foster

  • Day Nine Clare Balding

    Clare Balding introduces coverage of the first-ever women's Olympic boxing bout, the conclusion of the men's Finn class sailing and the men's singles tennis final. The ExCeL London is the venue for the women's boxing at 1.30, which begins with a bout from the last-16 of the flyweight division, followed by sailing from 1.45 at the Weymouth and Portland National Academy, where Ben Ainslie is hoping to clinch another gold medal in the men's Finn class. That is followed by the concluding tennis action of the Games from Wimbledon from 3.00, where the men's singles final takes place on the famous grass courts. Rafael Nadal won gold four years ago, beating Fernando Gonzalez in the final in Beijing, but is unable to defend his title due to injury. Ronald McIntosh and Lucy O'Connor commentate on the boxing, with Richard Simmonds and Shirley Robertson at the sailing and Andrew Castle at the tennis

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