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Last Updated: Thursday, 19 August, 2004, 07:47 GMT 08:47 UK
Olympics photos - day six
Kurzer prepares to shoot
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The first gold of day six goes to Germany's Manfred Kurzer, who triumphs in the men's running target shooting
Greece's Sofia Bekatorou and Aimilia Tsoulfa win the women's 470 sailing
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Wild celebrations erupt on the coast when Greece's Sofia Bekatorou and Aimilia Tsoulfa win the women's 470 sailing
Alexander Popov from Russia dives for the men's 50m freestyle
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Former Olympic champion Popov and 100m gold medallist van den Hoogenband fail to qualify for the 50m freestyle final
Phelps celebrates on the podium during the medal ceremony
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Michael Phelps storms to victory in the final of the 200m individual medley to claim his sixth Olympic medal
Galiazzo (front) aims his arrow while his opponent waits for his turn
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European champion Mario Galiazzo claims gold when he edges out Hiroshi Yamamoto in a tense final under the sorching sun
Inoue leaves the floor after he is defeated in the quarter-finals
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Japan's Kosei Inoue, widely regarded as one of the best judokas of all time, suffers a shock exit in the men's 100kg
David Staniforth for South Africa saves a goal attempt
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In Group B of the men's hockey, the Netherlands retain their lead at the top of the table with a 3-2 win over South Africa
Liu Chunhong attempts a lift in the clean and jerk portion
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China's Liu Chunhong breaks three of her own world records to claim the women's 69kg weightlifting crown
Massu (right) celebrates beating Moya (left)
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Carlos Moya becomes the latest casualty in the men's singles after a quarter-final defeat to Chile's Nicolas Massu
Australia try to defend against USA's Tim Duncan (centre)
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The US men's basketball team goes on a 10-0 run in the fourth quarter to come from behind to beat Australia 89-79
Svetlana Khorkina (left) with her silver medal and Carly Patterson with her gold
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USA's Carly Patterson wins gold and ruins Svetlana Khorkina's hopes of a fairytale end to her career in the all-round event

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