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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 ...

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...

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Emotional Murray on the hunt for more success in 2014

He may have ended his title drought by lifting the Shenzhen Open trophy over the weekend but Andy Murray is already eyeing up more success befor...

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Countdown to Rio: Summer sports week in review

Sir Bradley Wiggins admitted completing an historic treble at his last Road World Championships had been the ideal way to end a difficult season...

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Murray fights back to take Shenzhen glory

Andy Murray admitted he needed Lady Luck on his side after he saved five match points before going on to beat Tommy Robredo in the final of the ...

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GB's most decorated female Olympic high jumper Tyler dies

Great Britain’s first female individual athletics Olympic medallist and most decorated female Games high jumper Dorothy Tyler has died aged 94.<...>

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Wiggins delighted at World Champs time trial gold

Sir Bradley Wiggins admitted his delight after claiming his first world time trial title and completing a historic treble at his last Road World...

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Game Facts

Host Nation Austria
Duration 29 January - 9 February 1964
Competing Athletes 1091 (892 Men, 199 Women)
Team GB Athletes 36
Sports 6
Events 34
Competition Venues 8