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Tony Nash, alongside team mate and brakesman Robin Dixon, won a gold medal at the Innsbruck 1964 Olympic Winter Games in the two-man bobsleigh event; the pairs debut Olympic Games. This was the first two-man bob medal Team GB had won in th...

Robin Dixon, alongside team mate Tony Nash, won a gold medal at the Innsbruck 1964 Olympic Winter Games in the two-man bobsleigh event. This was the first two-man bob medal Team GB had won in the history of the Olympic Games.

Dixon was ...

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All systems go for Cho as he eyes up Rio role

Mahama Cho insists it is all systems go for Rio 2016 despite failing to retain his World Taekwondo Grand Prix title in Manchester.

Cho he...

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Adcock sets his sights on All England Championships

After a successful 2014 season, Chris Adcock is already looking forward to next year and taking on the world’s best at the All England Open Badm...

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Jones targets Grand Prix gold

Jade Jones has expressed her determination to add the World Taekwondo Grand Prix title to her Olympic crown when she competes in Manchester this...

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COUNTDOWN TO RIO: SUMMER SPORTS WEEK IN REVIEW

Laura Trott admitted she needed to stop letting things go down to the wire as she defended her European omnium title by a single point in Guadel...

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Vienna Open title moves Murray closer to London

Andy Murray is preparing for a tense finish to the season after he beat David Ferrer to win the Vienna Open and boost his chances of reaching th...

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Game Facts

Host Nation France
Duration 6 February - 18 February 1968
Competing Athletes 1158 (947 Men, 211 Women)
Team GB Athletes 45
Sports 6
Events 35
Competition Venues 10