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Olympics

2012

BBC One: Day 11: 09.00-11.15

Duration: 2 hours, 15 minutes

on BBC One HD

More athletics from the Olympic Stadium, with a first look at Britain's Phillips Idowu as he attempts to qualify for the men's triple jump final. Plus two men's canoe sprint heats. Show more

Contributors

Commentator:
Andrew Cotter
Commentator:
Steve Cram
Commentator:
Paul Dickenson
Commentator:
Brendan Foster
Commentator:
Phil Jones

Olympics

2012

BBC One: Day 11: 11.15-13.30

Duration: 2 hours, 15 minutes

on BBC One HD

Hazel Irvine and Sonali Shah present coverage of the eagerly-awaited men's triathlon. Team GB have the world's top two triathletes, brothers Alastair and Jonathan Brownlee. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Hazel Irvine
Presenter:
Sonali Shah
Commentator:
Matt Chilton
Commentator:
Steve Trew

Olympics

2012

BBC One: Day 11: 14.15-16.00

Duration: 1 hour, 45 minutes

on BBC One HD

Hazel Irvine and Matt Baker present coverage from the final day of artistic gymnastics, featuring the remaining apparatus finals - the men's parallel bars and women's beam. Show more

Olympics

2012

BBC One: Day 11: 19.00-22.00

Duration: 3 hours

on BBC One HD

Gary Lineker and John Inverdale present as British interest centres on sprint hurdler Tiffany Porter, while the eyes of the world are on the men's 1500m final. Show more

Contributors

Director:
Paul Davies
Director:
Paul Davies
Presenter:
Gary Lineker
Presenter:
Gary Lineker
Presenter:
John Inverdale
Presenter:
John Inverdale
Commentator:
Steve Cram
Commentator:
Steve Cram
Commentator:
Paul Dickenson
Commentator:
Paul Dickenson
Commentator:
Jonathan Edwards
Commentator:
Jonathan Edwards
Commentator:
Brendan Foster
Commentator:
Brendan Foster

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