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> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-09 02:30:00
The British Olympic Association has a target of fourth place in 2012, a position not achieved since 1924. The BOA's chairman, Lord Moynihan talks to Rob Bonnet.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-09 01:30:00
The British Olympic Association has a target of fourth place in 2012, a position not achieved since 1924. The BOA's chairman, Lord Moynihan talks to Rob Bonnet.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-08 23:30:00
The British Olympic Association has a target of fourth place in 2012, a position not achieved since 1924. The BOA's chairman, Lord Moynihan talks to Rob Bonnet.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-08 22:30:00
The British Olympic Association has a target of fourth place in 2012, a position not achieved since 1924. The BOA's chairman, Lord Moynihan talks to Rob Bonnet.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-08 04:30:00
Interviews with newsworthy sports personalities.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-08 03:30:00
Interviews with newsworthy sports personalities.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-08 02:30:00
Interviews with newsworthy sports personalities.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-08 01:30:00
Interviews with newsworthy sports personalities.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-07 02:30:00
Rob Bonnet talks to 1968 Mexico City Olympics long jump champion Bob Beamon. Beamon's jump was so long that it remains the Olympic record at more than 8.90 metres.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-07 01:30:00
Rob Bonnet talks to 1968 Mexico City Olympics long jump champion Bob Beamon. Beamon's jump was so long that it remains the Olympic record at more than 8.90 metres.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-06 23:30:00
Rob Bonnet talks to 1968 Mexico City Olympics long jump champion Bob Beamon. Beamon's jump was so long that it remains the Olympic record at more than 8.90 metres.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-06 22:30:00
Rob Bonnet talks to 1968 Mexico City Olympics long jump champion Bob Beamon. Beamon's jump was so long that it remains the Olympic record at more than 8.90 metres.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-06 04:30:00
David Eades speaks to USA Olympic basketball player Jason Kidd about whether the team can recapture past glories after a bronze medal at the Athens Games in 2004.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-06 03:30:00
David Eades speaks to USA Olympic basketball player Jason Kidd about whether the team can recapture past glories after a bronze medal at the Athens Games in 2004.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-06 02:30:00
David Eades speaks to USA Olympic basketball player Jason Kidd about whether the team can recapture past glories after a bronze medal at the Athens Games in 2004.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-06 01:30:00
David Eades speaks to USA Olympic basketball player Jason Kidd about whether the team can recapture past glories after a bronze medal at the Athens Games in 2004.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-05 23:30:00
David Eades speaks to USA Olympic basketball player Jason Kidd about whether the team can recapture past glories after a bronze medal at the Athens Games in 2004.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-05 22:30:00
David Eades speaks to USA Olympic basketball player Jason Kidd about whether the team can recapture past glories after a bronze medal at the Athens Games in 2004.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-05 04:30:00
A series of Extra Time Olympic specials. In-depth interviews with the stars, coaches and power brokers, including 1968 long jump champion Bob Beamon.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-05 03:30:00
A series of Extra Time Olympic specials. In-depth interviews with the stars, coaches and power brokers, including 1968 long jump champion Bob Beamon.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-05 02:30:00
Nick Bryant meets the President of the World Anti-Doping Agency, John Fahey. Are the cheats still ahead of the anti-doping authorities?

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-05 01:30:00
Nick Bryant meets the President of the World Anti-Doping Agency, John Fahey. Are the cheats still ahead of the anti-doping authorities?

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-04 23:30:00
Nick Bryant meets the President of the World Anti-Doping Agency, John Fahey. Are the cheats still ahead of the anti-doping authorities?

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-04 22:30:00
Nick Bryant meets the President of the World Anti-Doping Agency, John Fahey. Are the cheats still ahead of the anti-doping authorities?

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-04 04:30:00
Nick Bryant meets the President of the World Anti-Doping Agency, John Fahey. Are the cheats still ahead of the anti-doping authorities?

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-08-04 03:30:00
Nick Bryant meets the President of the World Anti-Doping Agency, John Fahey. Are the cheats still ahead of the anti-doping authorities?

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-03-27 16:00:00
Rob Bonnet talks to South African sports administrator, Ali Bacher.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2008-02-16 19:00:00
Victor Conte spent four months in jail for distributing steroids and says he now wants to help the anti-doping authorities. But how sincere is he? He talks to Rob Bonnet.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2007-10-06 02:30:00
Tennis star Serena Williams talks to Rob Bonnet about her life and career.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2007-10-06 01:30:00
Tennis star Serena Williams talks to Rob Bonnet about her life and career.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2007-09-09 21:30:00
Rob Bonnet talks to South African sports administrator, Ali Bacher.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2007-08-11 02:30:00
Victor Conte spent four months in jail for distributing steroids and says he now wants to help the anti-doping authorities. But how sincere is he? He talks to Rob Bonnet.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2007-08-11 01:30:00
Victor Conte spent four months in jail for distributing steroids and says he now wants to help the anti-doping authorities. But how sincere is he? He talks to Rob Bonnet.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2007-08-10 04:30:00
Victor Conte spent four months in jail for distributing steroids and says he now wants to help the anti-doping authorities. But how sincere is he? He talks to Rob Bonnet.

> Extratime on BBC News 24 at 2007-08-10 03:30:00
Victor Conte spent four months in jail for distributing steroids and says he now wants to help the anti-doping authorities. But how sincere is he? He talks to Rob Bonnet.

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