EP 35. Photo Finish For Women's Triathlon in London 2012
Duration: 5 mins
The most famous Olympic Records are presented in entertaining packages using recreations, animations and a mix of other visual methods.
After two hours of swimming, cycling and running, a photo finish is almost unheard of, but it happened in women's triathlon at London 2012.
French pole vaulter Renaud Lavillenie loves motorsport and drives to reach new heights, as shown by his success at London 2012 Olympics.
Gail Devers edges out Merlene Ottey in a thrilling photo finish Olympic 100m final at Atlanta 1996 that could barely have been any closer.
Hamish Bond and Eric Murray bring glory and gold to New Zealand with an outstanding performance at the Olympic Games London 2012.
Finland middle-distance runner Paavo Nurmi won an incredible 9 gold medals in the 1920s Olympic games and is still a legend in his homeland.
A gruelling cycling road race event at the Olympic Games Tokyo 1964 sees a gripping finale decide the podium places.
Chinese hurdler Liu Xiang has an Olympic past full of heartache, but also has an historic gold medal to his name from the Athens 2004 games.
Jamaica's Usain Bolt sprints on to the Olympic scene in Beijing 2008, winning the 100m gold medal in historic world record-breaking fashion.
At the Salt Lake City Olympic Games in 2002, Australia speed skater Steven Bradbury defied the odds in his unlikely gold-medal winning race.
Swimming superstar Michael Phelps beats fellow American Mark Spitz with a record eight gold medals won at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
A unique athlete with unique style, Michael Johnson laces up his golden shoes to break the Olympic world record in the 200m at Atlanta 1996.
Close friends and rivals Tina Maze and Dominique Gisin share gold at Sochi 2014 as women's downhill skiing sees its first dead-heat finish.
The face of French alpine skiing, Jean-Claude Killy burst onto the international Olympic scene in style to win three golds at Grenoble 1968.
Ice dancers Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean turn in a flawless display to earn perfect marks and Winter Olympic gold at Sarajevo 1984.