Category Archives: London 2012 Men

London 2012, Men’s Pool A: Great Britain 2-2 South Africa.

A late equaliser from Ashley Jackson spared Great Britain’s blushes as they stuttered to a hard-fought draw against a resolute and well-drilled South Africa side.

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London 2012 Men’s Pool B: Germany 2-1 Belgium.

Christopher Zeller’s deft deflection in the 45th minute was enough to give Germany a hard-fought win over a spirited Belgium in the final game of the day at the Riverbank Arena.

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London 2012 Men’s Pool A: Great Britain 4-1 Argentina.

A captain’s performance from Barry Middleton set Great Britain on their way to a perfect start to their Olympic campaign, as they defeated Argentina in a pulsating encounter at the Riverbank Arena.

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Olympic Games Preview: Men’s Pool B.

The Top of the D has already given you a break down of Pool A here. Now, take a look at the contenders for Pool B. Germany. World Ranking: 2. Ranked second in the world at present, but they are … Continue reading

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Olympic Games Preview: Men’s Pool A.

With the Olympics looming large on the horizon, you are probably wondering about the teams that are competing in the tournament. Well, fear not, The Top of the D brings you a team-by-team breakdown of those you’ll see at the … Continue reading

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London 2012: Great Britain Men’s Squad. Part 2.

The Top of the D ran through a little about the first half of the squad in part one here. Now, sit back and have read about the rest of the Great Britain squad, going for gold in London this … Continue reading

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London 2012: Great Britain Men’s Squad. Part 1.

And so at 3pm on the 27th of June, the 16 athletes whom Great Britain Coach Jason Lee feels will bring home the gold medal were finally announced to the world. After 3 years of working together in the central … Continue reading

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