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Last Updated: Friday, 27 August, 2004, 07:51 GMT 08:51 UK
Olympics photos - day 14
Zsuzsanna Voros claims gold ahead of Latvia's Jelena Rublevska
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After a day of five gruelling events, Hungary's Zsuzsanna Voros wins the modern pentathlon with a score of 5448
Poland's Robert Korzeniowski celebrates after winning the men's 50km walk
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Poland's Robert Korzeniowski captures a record third consecutive men's 50km walk gold medal
Maike Nollen, Katrin Wagner and Carolin Leonhardt join Birgit Fischer on the podium
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Germany's now eight-time kayaking gold medalist Birgit Fischer (right) helps to take her team to victory in the K4 500m final
Gunn-Rita Dahle finishes ahead of Canada's Marie-Helene Premont
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Gunn-Rita Dahle wins the women's cross-country mountain bike event to give Norway their first cycling gold for 32 years
Argentina celebrate defeating the USA as USA's Allen Iverson walks off dejected
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USA's 'Dream Team' are ousted in the Olympic semi-finals by Argentina, losing 89-81 in the men's basketball
Australia's Brent Livermore dribbles against the defense of Holland's Karel Klaver
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Australia win the hockey gold medal for the first time in history after beating Holland 2-1 with a golden goal
O'Connor clears a fence on his way to gold with his horse Waterford Crystal
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Cian O'Connor secures Ireland's first gold medal of the Games when he wins the men's showjumping final
Russian silver medalist Simagina (left), gold medalist Lebedeva (centre) and bronze medalist Kotova celebrate with their country's flag
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Russia's Tatyana Lebedeva (centre), who won bronze in the triple jump, wins gold ahead of Marion Jones who finishes 5th
Lauryn Williams (left) and Marion Jones fumble the baton
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A dreadful baton handover ends USA' hopes of victory in the 4x100m relay - Jamaica clinch the gold medal
France's pre-race favourite Ladji Doucoure stumbles in last behind winner Xiang Liu (red)
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China's Xiang Liu equals Colin Jackson's world record of 12.91 seconds to win the Olympic men's 110m hurdles
China's Xing Huina celerbates her golden victory
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There is a massive shock as Xing Huina sprints to gold in the 10,000m - China's second gold medal in less than an hour
Timothy Mack celebrates after winning the men's pole vault final
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In a compelling final, USA's Timothy Mack sets a new Olympic record of 5.95m to win the men's pole vault gold medal

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