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The Sydney 2000 Olympics - The Complete Film | Olympic History
 
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Enjoy the full length cut of our retrospective of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games in this in-depth documentary film. Focusing on the Games Swimming, Cycling, Horse Riding, Baseball and Athletics events we speak to some of the icons and fans of the Games in this amazing look back at the first Games of the 21st century. This video contains older content and is therefore published in 4:3 aspect ratio to maintain video quality. Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 Find more about the Olympic Games at http://www.olympic.org/olympic-games
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Sydney 2000 Olympic Games - Olympic Flame & Opening Ceremony
 
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In the first part of our look back at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games we relive the journey of the Olympic Flame from Athens to the Olympic Stadium in Sydney where it was greeted by a spectacular Opening Ceremony. Part 2 of our look back at the Sydney Olympics is coming soon. This video contains older content and is therefore published in 4:3 aspect ratio to maintain video quality. Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 Find more about the Olympic Games at http://www.olympic.org/olympic-games
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Magic Voices - Australia (Sydney 2000 Olympic Games)
 
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Just the song with some pics enjoy =)
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Australia win Men's 4x200m freestyle relay gold | Sydney 2000
 
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Watch the full race replay of the Men's 4x200m freestyle relay final from Sydney 2000 as Australia win gold in a world record time. Ian Thorpe, Michael Klim, Todd Pearson and Bill Kirby broke the 4x200m freestyle world record by 1.74 seconds as they claimed gold for Australia at the Sydney Olympics ahead of the United States and the Netherlands. Watch more from Sydney 2000: http://bit.ly/1LHX7IV Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 Find more about the Olympic Games at http://www.olympic.org/olympic-games Follow your favourite athletes on the Olympic Athletes Hub: http://hub.olympic.org/
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2000 Olympic Games - Sydney Penrith, Australia - Final MLW 2X (Doppio "Pesi Leggeri" Maschile)
 
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Canottaggio - Leonardo Pettinari e Elia Luini conquistano la prima medaglia olimpica italiana (argento) nella categoria "Pesi Leggeri".
Views: 14284 Claudio Loreto
Highlights of the 2000 Summer Olympics from Sydney, Australia.
 
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The Olympics of the Aussies, great performances by Ian Thorpe. (thorpedo), and Cathy Freeman. American Rulon Gardner and Michael Johnson were also among the stars of the games.
Views: 1262 On'ry Waymore
Men At Work 2000 Sydney Olympic Games Closing
 
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Men At Work Land Down Under 2000 Sydney Olympic Games Closing Live
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heroes live forever, 2000 Australian Olympics
 
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Olympic Games in Sydney Australia 2000. Vanessa Amerossi gives her best live Performance ever.
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The Flame by Tina Arena
 
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The Theme Song of Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
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The Games: Sydney 2000 Promotional Show Sydney Olympic Stadium Special
 
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Prior to the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympic Games the host broadcaster Channel 7 produced a weekly magazine TV show looking at aspects of the upcoming games. Hosted initially by Tracy Holmes and Neil Brooks and known as 'The Games', it ran on a Saturday afternoon from 1998 to its change to 'The Olympic Show'. In this episode The Games looks at the then just finished Sydney Olympic stadium (aka Millenium Stadium or ANZ Stadium)
Views: 3571 MrAgm65
Phil & Tommy Emmanuel - Terra Firma - Closing Ceremony, Sydney 2000 Olympics
 
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Brothers Phil and Tommy Emmanuel perform "Terra Firma" during the Closing Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Sunday 1st October 2000, Sydney Olympic Stadium (Stadium Australia).
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Absolutely Everbody -Vanessa Amorosi
 
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Olympics 2000
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Nikki Webster - Under the Southern Skies @ Sydney 2000 Olympics | Music Monday
 
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On September 15, 2000, the Sydney Olympic Games began in the Australian city, kicking off an unforgettable edition of the Olympics. The young star Nikki Webster took stage and sang "Under the Southern Skies" promoting the integration of all ethnicities in Australia. Watch the complete Opening Ceremony for free at: http://bit.do/MusicMondayENG Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5
Views: 60198 Olympic
Kylie Minogue - Dancing Queen @Sydney 2000 Olympics | Music Monday
 
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Kylie Minogue gets the Sydney Olympic Stadium dancing with ABBA's hit song "Dancing Queen" during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Closing Ceremony. Enjoy more memorable musical moments from the Olympic Games with our Music Mondays: http://bit.do/MusicMondayENG Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5
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Gold Coast Horse Riding - 2000 Olympic Games Opening Cerempny
 
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Sydney 2000 | Opening Ceremony Intro
 
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The Opening Intro for the Sydney 2000 Opening Ceremony. Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oGary86/
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AUSTRALIA: SYDNEY OLYMPICS: FLAME
 
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Natural XFA SUGGESTED LEAD-IN: The Sydney Olympic Games officially ended on Sunday night as an F-111 flew over the stadium and extinguished the Olympic Flame. More than a hundred thousand people witnessed the end of the competition and the start of Australia's largest party. Fireworks would light the sky all the way from the main Olympic venue at Homebush to the famous Sydney Opera House and Harbour bridge. SUGGESTED VOICE-OVER: The first Games of the New Millennium came to end Sunday in a joyous affair at Stadium Australia, bringing the curtain down on the 17-day sports extravaganza that saw some 15 thousand athletes and officials from 200 nations compete in 300 events. The closing ceremonies spectacular came to a climax as the Royal Australian Air Force F-111 roared over the packed stadium, putting out the torch in an illusion that awed the crowd. The biggest Olympic Games ever, and the first in the southern hemisphere since the Melbourne Games of 1956, were also the most widely watched in the venues and on television worldwide. Nearly seven million tickets were sold to the Games' events while hours of television coverage was beamed to 220 countries around the world. International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Juan Antonio Samaranch hailed the athletes in his closing speech for their "best performances" and "best spirit of fair play." Then in the moment all Sydney-siders had waited for, Samaranch said "(These Games) could not have been better. Therefore, I am proud and happy to proclaim that you have presented to the world the best Olympic Games ever." As the closing ceremony got under way, gold medal winners entered the stadium, cheered on by over 100 thousand spectators and followed by the flags of the 200 countries that took part in the Sydney Games. Sydney Lord Mayor Frank Sartor presented the Olympic flag to Athens Mayor Dimitri Avramopoulos before an Athens cultural presentation that gave a hint of what was to come in the 2004 Olympic Games. Finally, the Olympic flag was lowered and the Olympic flame, ignited on September 15 by women's 400-metre champion Cathy Freeman, was brought down and extinguished to mark the end of the Games of the 27th Olympiad. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/14f9ffcac5c33424100ff0a26aba715c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Womens 4x400m Relay Final - Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
 
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Womens 4x400m Relay Final - Sydney 2000 Olympic Games featuring Tamsyn Lewis, Nova Peris, Melinda Gainsford-Taylor and Cathy Freeman for Australia
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Men's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay Sydney Olympics 2000 - www.WobblyBlock.com
 
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The greatest swimming race in history. Going into the 2000 Olympics the Americans had never lost the event and anchor leg swimmer Gary Hall Jr predicted before the games that the Australians would be 'smashed like guitars'. The Aussies, featuring Michael Klim and Ian Thorpe were determined to use home advantage to make sure that didn't happen. This is what happened next . . . .
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SYDNEY 2000 OLYMPICS (1/6) - JOHN PAUL YOUNG - LOVE IS IN THE AIR
 
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SYDNEY 2000 OLYMPICS - JOHN PAUL YOUNG SINGING "LOVE IS IN THE AIR"
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Sydney 2000 Opening Ceremony Part 11 Heros live Forever
 
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Passed over the heads of spectators and assembled athletes -- Vanessa Amorosi sang ‚Heroes Live Forever' Carried into the arena by Australian Olympians; raising of the flag; 200 Millennium children's Choir of the Greek Archdiocese of Australia sang Olympic hymn in Greek.
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Sydney winning the 2000 Olympics - September 1993.
 
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"The winner is Sydney". News footage recorded on the morning of Sept 24, 1993 showing Sydney Australia winning the right to host the 2000 Olympics. Also reaction from the unsuccesful cities, Beijing and Manchester.
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James Morrison - Sydney 2000 Fanfare HD
 
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James Morrison with Swing City performing a fanfare at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
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The Sydney Olympics Part 7 | Olympic History
 
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In the final part of our look back at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games we focus on the Athletics events taking place in the Olympic Stadium. Following the incredible Olympic stories of such athletes as Cathy Freeman, Michael Johnson and Anier Garcia we complete our Sydney retrospective with some incredible Olympic moments from Sydney Games. This video contains older content and is therefore published in 4:3 aspect ratio to maintain video quality. Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 Find more about the Olympic Games at http://www.olympic.org/olympic-games
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Events At Sydney 20160824 - Olympic Team Welcome Home
 
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A Qantas special charter, Flight 6032, carried the Australian Olympic Team home from the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. The aircraft taxied directly to Qantas Hangar 96 where the officials, family and media were waiting to welcome the team home. Boeing B744 VH-OEG was towed into Hangar 96, where the Olympians walked down the red carpet to be reunited with their families and friends, as the Qantas Choir sang "I Still Call Australia Home". Gadigal Elder Uncle Charles "Chicka" Madden, Governor General Sir Peter Cosgrove, and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull were on hand to make the official welcome, following the Australian National Anthem sung by Jessica Mauboy. With the formalities over, it was time for the Athletes to share their stories with family, friends and the media. www.16Right.com images.16Right.com news.16Right.com adsb.16Right.com
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2000 | Australia Olympic Silver | Mens 4x100 Medley Relay | Welsh Harrison Huegill Klim
 
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Team Australia takes silver, behind the mighty USA, in the Mens 4x100 Medley Relay at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games | Australias team of Matt Welsh, Regan Harrison, Geoff Huegill and Michael Klim swim a new Commonwealth Record of 3:35.27 | This footage has been taken from a Channel 7 Australia broadcast | If this is a breach of copyright please advise and it will be removed
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Savage Garden - Affirmation (Sydney Olympics 2000 Live)
 
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Savage Garden - Affirmation (Sydney Olympics 2000 Live) All videos are copyrighted and property of their respective owners.
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AUSTRALIA: SYDNEY OLYMPICS: PRESSER
 
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English/Nat XFA After a thrilling opening ceremony to the 2000 Olympic Games, the organisers and selected performers spoke about the show at a press conference in the early hours of Saturday morning. The explanation for the slight glitch that delayed the raising of the Olympic flame was hydraulic failure. SUGGESTED VOICEOVER: After the first Olympics of the new millennium was formally opened in Sydney , the organisers and selected performers of the Opening Ceremony attended a press conference. An estimated 4 billion (b) people watching worldwide saw the extravaganza. The highlight was the lighting of the flame which unfortunately bore the only glitch of the evening. There was a three minute-delay from the point that the runner, Cathy Freeman, lit the cauldron to it actually being lifted into place atop the Olympic Stadium. Freeman carried the torch into the middle of the pool and lit a ring of fire around her. The cauldron was then raised above her by hydraulics where it stuck for a brief time. Organisers admitted to a hydraulic failure which engineers worked on in the dark to solve. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We're not sure exactly how they solved the problem, there was a connection problem, and as I said it was always designed to stop at that point. Obviously no one had seen it until tonight, but the lift of the cauldron happens in three stages - the release from the pond, then the second stage which is the move through the audience and then the final lift. It was always, and if you looked at the structure, that was the way it was meant to happen. The exchange between the first and second movements was where the delay occured." SUPER CAPTION: David Atkins, Artistic Director The procedure of lighting the flame amid a pool and waterfall was an ambitious artistic engineering project that many people worked on to bring to fruition. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The moment people saw it they were so captivated and so excited by the idea that the engineers, the architects, the designers, the hydraulic engineers, the gas engineers, a vast number of people who normally don't work on projects quite as exotic as this, not one of them ever questioned the idea of it and for that we have a huge amount of gratitude." SUPER CAPTION: Ric Birch, Director of Ceremonies Thirteen-year-old Nikki Webster played a central role in the ceremony as an Australian 'Alice in Wonderland', who swam through a 3-D underwater world and watched Australia through the ages. She was able to keep the details of her role in the show secret from her parents. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Well they kept asking and I said it won't be a surprise if I tell you. And they were lucky enough to get tickets to watch and I just phoned my Mum and she was crying and so was my Dad, so they were very excited." SUPER CAPTION: Nikki Webster, performer Even seasoned performers found the atmosphere in the Olympic Stadium made them nervous. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I was just focusing on not tripping-up on the way down the stairs and just the people that were there, the excitement and the feeling was so amazing in there you couldn't think beyond it. It was fantastic." SUPER CAPTION: Olivia Newton-John, Singer Australian crooner John Farnham slapped hands with the athletes as he sang a duet with Newton-John. SOUNDBITE: (English) "That's pretty much how I felt. I was concentrating on not dropping Olivia and just soaking up what was happening to us. To be able to walk in among the athletes - we were told that that had never been done before. We really took something from that. To be able to look these people in the eyes while they were in that particular venue at that time was an absolute joy. I'll never forget it." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a3a7d4e1ae0b3f783ebd47f67ab18f9c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 2287 AP Archive
Olympic Games Sydney 2000
 
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impressions of the 2000 Olympics with Australia song
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F-111 Dump and burn during the Sydney Olympics
 
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After getting special permission from a nervous civil aviation authority an RAAF F-111 was granted permission to fly at under 500 feet altitude - practically IN the stadium during the closing ceremony. As it passed over the flame the pilot engaged afterburner and then dumped fuel, resulting in the trademark 100 foot plus trail of fire - as if a chariot of the gods had picked up the flame on the way to Greece. As it flew 14 kilometres towards the Sydney Harbour Bridge it was accompanied by a sea of flame as the Parramatta River seemed to explode, with fireworks every 500 metres. More on the F-111 at http://www.migman.com
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Sydney 2000 Olympic Games - Mens 4x100m Medley Relay - Australia Highlight
 
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The Men's 4 x 100m Medley Relay was held on the final day of swimming, Saturday September 23, 2000 and was won by the USA with Australia taking silver in a new Commonwealth record. This is a tribute clip I made for the Aussie boys back in 2000. The Australian team members were as follows. Matt Welsh - Backstroke Regan Harrison - Breaststroke Geoff Huegill - Butterfly Michael Klim - Freestyle
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【HD】Nikki Webster - We'll Be One _ Sydney 2000 Olympics Closing Ceremony Song
 
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2000年悉尼奥运会闭幕式歌曲——妮基·韦伯斯特(Nikki Webster)的《We'll Be One》(我们将团结在一起/我们将会变成人类共同体) Nikki Webster - We'll Be One _ Sydney 2000 Closing Ceremony Music. We'll Be One (Theme Song of the Summer Olympics 2000 Sydney) (as perf. by Nikki Webster). It was written by Kylieann Hewitt and Philip Turcio, produced by Chong Lim and is featured on the 2000 Olympic Game's Closing Ceremony soundtrack. It was released in October 2000 as a CD single in Australia. The song is about all the nations coming together and becoming one. We'll Be One - Lyrics: I am a child who has a dream, A dream to be strong, To stand for where I'm from, Now I can see all the world around me, Holding me close, In this world where we belong, And I know in my heart, We'll be flying, For I believe the day has come, When we all raise our hands, Together, And hope that this day brings peace to all, We can walk side by side, Forever, To follow our dreams, And hope that this means, We'll be one, I will remember forever, This day we said goodbye, To the heroes by our sides, And as the flame burns so brightly around us, Shining a light, As a journey's on tonight, So let's all raise our hands, Together, And hope that this day brings peace to all, We can walk side by side, Forever, To follow our dreams, And hope that this means, We'll be one, I can't believe the end has come, When friendship's just begun, When nations join to be a better world, So let's reach up to the stars, Together we'll get hope and joy, To walk the world, So let's all raise our hands, Together, So let's all raise our hands, Together, And hope that this day brings peace to all, We can walk side by side, Forever, To follow our dreams, And hope that this means, We'll be one, And hope that this means, We'll be one.
Views: 4148 Hongzi Liu
Men's Four Race - Sydney 2000
 
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Steve Redgrave attempts to win a 5th consecutive gold medal in this close and exciting race between Australia, Italy, Slovenia, and Britain
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Mens 4x400m Relay Final - Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
 
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Mens 4x400m Relay Final - Sydney 2000 Olympic Games featuring Brad Jamieson, Blair Young, Patrick Dwyer and Michael Hazel for Australia
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SYDNEY 2000 OLYMPICS (2/6) - KYLIE MINOGUE - DANCING QUEEN
 
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SYDNEY 2000 OLYMPICS - KYLIE MINOGUE SINGING "DANCING QUEEN"
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Sydney 2000 - Men's Eight Olympic final
 
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Relive the full race of the Men's Eight Olympic Rowing final from Sydney 2000. Watch As Great Britain become Olympic champions as they finish ahead of Australia and Croatia. Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 Find more about the Olympic Games at http://www.olympic.org/olympic-games Follow your favourite athletes on the Olympic Athletes Hub: http://hub.olympic.org/
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AUSTRALIA: SYDNEY OLYMPICS: SUPERDROME STADIUM
 
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Korean/Italian XFA Sydney has started clearing up after the big finale to the 2000 Olympic Games. Olympic Park was like a ghost town on Monday as work men began the removals. A few of the thousands of volunteers where still on site at Homebush Bay while the rest of Sydney recovered from last night's party. Olympic Park was eerily quiet on Monday without the crowds which have packed the venues for the last 17 days. The Olympic flame which has burned throughout the Games was extinguished during Sunday's closing ceremony and an empty cauldron now sits on the top of Stadium Australia. Workmen were already on site to start the clear up at the Olympic Stadium, though many of the fixtures will remain for the Paralympics which begin later this month. Many of those who have been based at Homebush for the last fortnight were packing up their equipment. The dismantling of the main press centre was one of the jobs underway, even though some of the last few inhabitants were still hard at work. A few of the multitude of Olympic volunteers were still on hand to help with the clear up and they reflected on their experiences. SOUNDBITE: (Korean) "I didn't think it would end but it did its just a big crash I suppose. Personally because there were such high expectations and a lot of fun, I think it will take time to get over that it's all over after all this time. SUPER CAPTION: Margaret Won, Olympic volunteer SOUNDBITE: (English) "Very exciting, definitely worth doing and I'll probably do another one actually. Not sure about Athens but maybe one after that. It's been great fun." SUPER CAPTION: Ian Jones, Olympic volunteer SOUNDBITE: (Italian) "Well, I feel a little bit sad because I see a lot of people that we used to know packing and we have to take everything down. It's like a beautiful party and it has to finish and so we just have to go home so to speak and we've made many friends and we've know a of people from different countries and we realize that we are all one nation. They liked us, they appreciated the help that we've given them and we are happy even though we have to say goodbye to them." SUPER CAPTION: Isabella Piccolruaz, Olympic volunteer Olympic Park may be quiet for now but it won't be long until the venues see more competition because Sydney will host the Paralympics in a few weeks time. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6284d6412cf80ec7f8285d3761994697 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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AUSTRALIA: SYDNEY OLYMPICS: OSAKA BID
 
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English/Nat XFA With the world's media concentrating on Sydney on the day of the opening ceremony, Osaka used the opportunity to promote its bid to host the 2008 Olympic games. The Japanese city faces stiff competition however from Beijing in the bidding process. All eyes may be on Sydney at the moment for the 2000 Games, but Japan is already planning for 2008. On Friday, the city of Osaka presented the reasons why it should play host to the Olympics in eight years time. The city has lavish plans - including using three man made islands as the locations for the main venue, the athletes' and media village and the press and broadcast area. Osaka faces competition from Beijing for the Games, but the city's Mayor is confident that they will win. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Osaka City is confident that it has the experience, political stability and strength to host the 2008 Olympics and Paralympic games." SUPER CAPTION: Isomura Takafumi, Mayor of Osaka Situated in the Kansai region with the ancient Japanese capitals of Kyoto and Nara nearby, the Osaka committee believes the city can offer a true cultural Olympiad. And they used the services of a former Japanese athlete to back up their claims that Osaka is the logical place to hold the 2008 games. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Many of you might have experienced at Nagano, at the Olympic Games that we Japanese have a very good organisation for sport and plus, I am originally from Tokyo and but my mother is from Osaka and I have spent so much time in Osaka and you would not believe how friendly those people in Osaka are, they are very eager to help, enjoy the sports and they really admire the sport and sportsmanship." SUPER CAPTION: Kotani Mikako, former athlete The President of the Japanese Olympic Committee meanwhile put his full weight behind the bid. SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) "I believe that all the candidates that got through to the first bidding round have brilliant ideas for the Olympics but Japan has already held three Olympiads. Myself and the Olympic committee in Japan are convinced that Osaka's Olympics would be the best ever, combining brilliant ideas with all problems solved." SUPER CAPTION: Yagi Yushiro, President of the Japanese Olympic Committee The I-O-C will announce in July 2001 who has won the bid for the 2008 Games. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/15ae54fc33e7a5547f7ba13315349c33 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Sydney 2000 Olympic Games - 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay - Australia Tribute
 
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This is a video clip I made back in 2000 for our Aussie swimmers after they won a gold medal in the Men's 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games in a world record time. The song used in this clip is Saltwater by Chicane. Released: 1999 Record Label: Xtravaganza This clip was made as a memento for the guys and was not intended for public viewing but all these years later it's found itself on Youtube for others to relive. The Australian 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay Team was made up of the great Ian Thorpe, Michael Klim, Todd Pearson and Bill Kirby. What made the event even more interesting was that Bill Kirby along with fellow Western Australian team mate, Todd Pearson, had to out swim legendary Australian team mates Grant Hackett and Daniel Kowalski just to earn their positions in the final team with Thorpe and Klim. Just making the final team was a huge achievement considering the strength of all six relay swimmers. The final of the Men's 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay at the Sydney 2000 Olympics was held on September 19, 2000. The Aussies won the relay by 15 meters and finished a clear body length in front of the world record line. The splits are shown below. GOLD -- Australia 7.07.05 World Record Ian Thorpe 1.46.03 Michael Klim 1.46.40 Todd Pearson 1.47.36 Bill Kirby 1.47.26 Heat Swimmers Grant Hackett 1.50.31 Daniel Kowalski 1.48.52 At the 2001 World Championships in Fukuoka Thorpe, Klim, Hackett and Kirby again won gold in another World Record time for the 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay in 7m 4.66s. That record stood for almost six years.
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Sydney 2000 - Cauldron Lighting - Glitchless Redux
 
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The Sydney 2000 cauldron as it was intended with no glitch/delay.
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2000 | Australia Olympic Silver | Womens 4x200 Free Relay | ONeill Rooney Thomson Thomas | 1 of 2
 
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Part 1 of 2 | Team Australia takes silver, behind the mighty USA, in the Womens 4x200m Freestyle Relay at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games | Australias team of Susie ONeill, Giaan Rooney, Kirsten Thomson and Petria Thomas swim a new Commonwealth Record of 7:58.52| This footage has been taken from a Channel 7 Australia broadcast | If this is a breach of copyright please advise and it will be removed
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AUSTRALIA: SYDNEY OLYMPICS: SECURITY 2
 
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English/Nat xfa There's fresh concern over security at the 2000 Olympics after it emerged that several athletes have been briefly halted at the entry to the Olympic Village because a computer check showed that somebody had already entered on their pass. The Olympic village is meant to be a security fortress. And it was not immediately clear if the cause of the security alert was counterfeiting or confusion in the system of checks. Among those stopped was champion Australian swimmer Grant Hackett, a favourite in the 15-hundred metre freestyle and, according to Australian media reports, top Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe. Liz Smylie, a spokeswoman for the Games organising committee, said there was no evidence anyone had actually entered the village on a false pass. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Sydney 2000 and the police are working together. I can tell you that it did involve a handful of athletes but no athletes were actually stopped from getting into the village. It's something Sydney 2000 and the police are working on together." SUPERCAPTION: Liz Smylie, Olympics Spokeswoman Security of athletes inside the village has been a major issue since 1972 when a bloody terrorist attack on the Israeli team overshadowed the Munich games. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f13d1bc71331f95abb6afffdcfd7ad19 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Conan in Australia in 2000
 
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Conan goes to Australia for the 2000 Summer Games.
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Sydney Olympics 2000 Phil and Tommy Emanuel
 
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Closing Ceremony
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The Gruff Ride to Grounds (32) Sydney Olympic ANZ stadium, Sydney, Australia
 
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Built for the 2000 Olympic games, the ANZ stadium, Sydney, Australia
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The Sydney Olympics Part 6 | Olympic History
 
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In the sixth instalment of our retrospective of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games we focus on the Games equestrian events, following the performances of Australia's Andrew Hoy and the USA David O'Connor specifically. The Olympic History series looks back a the various editions of the Olympic Games, giving an in-depth insight into specific events with athlete interviews, coaching opinion and classic Olympic footage. Part 7 of our look back at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games will be coming soon. This video contains older content and is therefore published in 4:3 aspect ratio to maintain video quality. Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 Find more about the Olympic Games at http://www.olympic.org/olympic-games
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