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Last Updated: Sunday, 22 August, 2004, 07:22 GMT 08:22 UK
Olympics photos - day nine
Justin Gatlin takes gold ahead of Francis Obikwelu and Maurice Greene
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The long awaited men's 100m final is won by USA's Justin Gatlin in 9.85 seconds ahead of Portugal's Francis Obikwelu
Annus' third-round effort of 83.19m proves enough
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A closely contested men's hammer final is edged by Hungary's Adrian Annus who beats Japan's Koji Murofushi by 28cm
Christian Olsson finishes ahead of Romania's Marian Oprea who took silver and bronze medallist Danila Burkenya of Russia
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Sweden's Christian Olsson lives up to his favourite's tag by producing a leap of 17.79m to claim gold in the triple-jump
Holm, a three-time world indoor champion, equals his own world leading mark this season with his first attempt at 2.36m
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The Scandinavian nation also claim gold in the men's high jump when Stefan Holm records a jump of 2.36m
Poland's Tomasz Kucharski and Robert Sycz celebrate winning the gold medal in the lightweight men's double sculls final
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Poland's Tomasz Kucharski and Robert Sycz celebrate on the podium after winning gold in the lightweight men's double
US celebrate taking gold in the men's eight
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The USA celebrates winning their first men's eight title in 40 years by throwing coxswain Pete Cipollone into the water
Ramadan Yasser (L) of Egypt defends against Marian Simion (R) of Romania
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Romania's Marian Simon (right) lodges a protest following his shock defeat at the hands of Egypt's Ramadan Yasser
Romania are awarded gold in the women's eight
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Romania take top spot in the women's eight, giving crew member Elisabeta Lipa (fourth from left) a fifth Olympic gold
China's Li Ting (L) and Sun Tian Tian (R) win the women's tennis doubles title
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China's Li Ting (L) and Sun Tian Tian (R) fly their national flag after being crowned Olympic tennis doubles champions
Mathhew Emmons fires at the wrong target
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Heartache for American Matthew Emmons as he fires at the wrong target to gift the gold medal to China's Jia Zhanbo
New Zealander Sarah Ulmer (R) and Australian Katie Mactier congratulate each other
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New Zealander Sarah Ulmer (R) storms to gold in a new world record time and hugs silver medallist Australia's Katie Mactier

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