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Last Updated: Monday, 23 August, 2004, 07:58 GMT 08:58 UK
Olympics photos - day ten
The 20-year-old clocks 44 seconds - the best time in the event since American legend Michael Johnson won gold at the 2000 Games
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USA's Jeremy Wariner produces the fastest time of the year to win Olympic gold in the men's 400m final
Catalina Ponor wins the beam final with a score of 9.787 and the floor with 9.750
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Romania scoop two golds when gymnast Catalina Ponor wins the balance beam and floor exercise finals
Defar wins in a time of 14 minutes, 45.63 seconds
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Ethiopia's Meseret Defar runs a fast last 300m to steal the women's 5,000m Olympic crown from Kenya's Isabella Ochichi
Irini Merleni makes history by becoming the first Olympic female wrestling champion
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Ukraine's Irini Merleni becomes the Games' first female wrestling champion after a thrilling 48kg freestyle final
USA win softball gold again
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Reigning champions the USA celebrate after beating Australia 5-1 to clinch softball gold for the third time running
Francoise Mbango Etone jumps 15.30m to win
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Cameroon's Francoise Mbango Etone disappoints the locals by beating Greece's Hrysopiyi Devetzi in the women's triple jump
Gervasio Deferr pips Latvia's Evgeni Sapronenko for the title
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Spanish gymnast Gervasio Deferr celebrates gold in the men's horse vault with a score of 9.737 points
Tsoumeleka celebrates victory in the gruelling 20km walk
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Greece's Athanasia Tsoumeleka wins the home nation's first track and field gold medal with victory in the 20km walk
South Korea's Ryu Seung Min serves for gold
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South Korea's Ryu Seung Min clinches the individual gold medal ending Chinese domination in the table tennis event
The formidable Australian quartet broke the world record while qualifying for the final
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World champions Australia beat Britain's team pursuit quartet for the gold medal in a time of three minutes 58.233 seconds
Nicolas Massu wins the men's tennis final
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Chile's Nicolas Massu celebrates after beating Mardy Fish in a nail-biting final to collect his second gold of the Games




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