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Olympic Grandstand

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1.30, 5.00 Road to Athens
Hazel Irvine presents today's sporting coverage from the Greek capital, as she reports on how the city is preparing for next year's Olympic Games. Including interviews with Jacques Rogge , president of the International
Olympics Committee, and three-times gold medallist Matthew Pinsent , who assesses Britain's chances in Greece and its bid to host the 2012 Games.
1.45 Slalom Canoe Qualification for Athens is up for grabs at the World championships in Augsburg, Germany. The 15-strong British team is led by Olympic silver medallist Paul Ratcliffe.
2.35 Table Tennis Coverage from the Continental Masters at Sheffield's Crucible. British number one Matthew Syed is up against two of the world's top four- Germany's Timo Boll and Vladimir Samsonov from Belarus.
3.45 London Triathlon Over 5,000 elite, celebrity and amateur athletes are due to compete at the ExCel Exhibition Centre in London's Docklands. Briton
Simon Lessing will be vying for a seventh consecutive title, while current world champion Leanda Cave spearheads the British women's campaign.
TV Presentation (triathlon) Lucy Cutler
Editor Gabrielle Cook (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Jacques Rogge
Unknown: Matthew Pinsent
Unknown: Paul Ratcliffe
Unknown: Matthew Syed
Unknown: Vladimir Samsonov
Unknown: Simon Lessing
Unknown: Leanda Cave
Unknown: Lucy Cutler
Editor: Gabrielle Cook

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