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Olympic champion

18 Nov 2020
With a large delivery bag on his back Venezuelan Olympic champion fencer Ruben Limardo is out cycling around his adopted hometown in Poland, making ends meet in a strange but heartwarming tale from this time of pandemic. The 35-year-old London Olympics foil gold medallist will go for glory again at the Tokyo Olympics next year, but stunned his fans last week when he made a tweet revealing the nature of his new job.
31 Jan 2017
Olympic champion Bobsleigher Dmitriy Trunenkov becomes the latest Russian sportsman to be banned for violating anti-doping rules.
30 Jan 2017
Multiple Olympic gold medal winner Farah says Queen Elizabeth II made him a Knight of the Realm but President Donald Trump 'seems to have made me an alien.

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