EP 28. Who is the oldest Olympian ever?
Duration: 5 mins
The most famous Olympic Records are presented in entertaining packages using recreations, animations and a mix of other visual methods.
A salute to age-defying champions, including Sweden's Oscar Swahn who competed in the individual and team running deer shooting events.
In his first Olympic Games, Jamaica's Usain Bolt bursts onto the scene in Beijing, winning the 100m in historic fashion.
Unique training methods and nerves of steel make South Korea's archers the most accurate and dominant in the world.
At the Salt Lake City Games in 2002, Australia speed skater Steven Bradbury defied the odds in his unlikely gold-medal winning race.
Swimming superstar Michael Phelps surpasses fellow American Mark Spitz with the most gold medals won at a single Olympic Games.
Kazuyoshi Funaki found fame and ski jumping perfection on home snow en route to gold at the Olympic Winter Games Nagano 1998.
A look back to when some of the world's most famous sportsmen descended on the Olympic Games to dominate men's basketball for the USA.
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.
After years of heartbreak, the USA women's 4x100m relay team finds redemption in world record-breaking form at London 2012.
Gail Devers edges out Merlene Ottey in a thrilling Olympic 100m final at Atlanta 1996 that could barely have been any closer.
The status quo of women's softball is shaken when Japan beat the formidable USA team to earn Olympic gold at Beijing 2008.
Legendary Olympic gymnast Larissa Latynina dominated her sport, collecting a record 18 medals between 1956 and 1964.
Hamish Bond and Eric Murray bring glory and gold to New Zealand with an outstanding performance at the Olympic Games London 2012.
Da Silva became Brazil’s first Olympic champion in athletics at Melbourne 1956, breaking his own world record twice in the process.
A gruelling cycling road race event at the Olympic Games Tokyo 1964 sees a gripping finale decide the podium places.