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Sydney 2000 Official Bud Greenspan Film (in full)Enjoy the full length cut of our retrospective of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games in this in-depth documentary film from Bud Greenspan. 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.
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Murray Rose Tribute Dinner Greats of the Olympic family gather for the Murray Rose Tribute Dinner at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney on 26 November, 2013.
Murray Rose Tribute DinnerThe Murray Rose Tribute Dinner at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney on 26 November, 2013.
Star-Studded panel at the Murray Rose Tribute Dinner(L-R) Sandra Morgan Beavis, John Devitt, Herb Elliott, Dawn Fraser and Ian Thorpe at the Murray Rose Tribute Dinner at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney on 26 November, 2013.
Host Ian ThorpeIan Thorpe hosts the Murray Rose Tribute Dinner at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney on 26 November, 2013.
Herb Elliott and Ian ThorpeOlympic Champions Herb Elliott (athletics - 1960) and Ian Thorpe (swimming - 2000-2004) at the Murray Rose Tribute Dinner at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney on 26 November, 2013.
Thorpe - Sydney 2000 400m Olympic and World ChampionIan Thorpe wins the gold medal in the men's 400m freestyle in World Record time at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Grant Hackett finished 7th. Copyright IOC/Channel 7
Olympic Glory - 4x100m freestyle Sydney 2000Olympic film-maker Bud Greenspan looks at the historic 4 x 100m freestyle race at the Sydney 2000 Olympics, interviewing Ian Thorpe and Gary Hall.
Men's 4x100 freestyle goldThe Australian team of Ian Thorpe, Michael Klim, Christopher Fydler and Ashley Callus win gold in the 4x100m relay in World Record time. Vision Copyright IOC.
Thorpedo's ComebackAustralia's most successful Olympian Ian Thorpe talks about his comeback to competitive swimming after a five year break. Thorpe explains what motivated him to return, what the Olympic Games mean to him and how his training is progressing.
Thorpedo on track for 2012Ian Thorpe returned to Australia for training on 18th May 2011. A very fit Thorpedo talks to media about his progress since announcing his return to competitive swimming in February 2011.
Thorpe on trackIan Thorpe discusses his training progress and his excitement about the next stage of his comeback.
Thorpe trains in front of media packAfter revealing his secret comeback on Wednesday the 2nd of February, five-time Olympic champion Ian Thorpe opened up his training session the next morning to media at the Aquatic Centre in Sydney, named after him. Thorpe is aiming for the a third Olympics in London 2012.
100m goal for ThorpeIan Thorpe announced his comeback to elite swimming and has identified the 100m and 200m freestyle relays as his goal events
Thorpey's big comebackAustralia's greatest Olympian Ian Thorpe announced his return to competitive swimming at a packed press conference in Sydney on 2 February 2011.
London - 2 years to goA look at London's progress as it prepares for the 2012 Olympic Games.
Thorpe Leads Closing Ceremony FarewellIan Thorpe carries the Australian flag during the Closing Ceremony of the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000.
Thorpedo Grabs 400m Gold in 2000Australia's Ian Thorpe wins the men's 400m freestyle final at the Sydney Olympics and breaks his own world record in the process.
Sydney 2000 10th AnniversaryThe 15th of September 2010 marked the 10th Anniversary since Sydney 2000, with a huge day of celebrations. A re-enactment of the opening ceremony with 1,200 primary school kids, sporting activities with Olympians and Paralympians, commemorative plaqu
Early Morning Media CallGrant Hackett, Cathy Freeman and Ian Thorpe share a joke during an Australian Olympic Team Appeal Breakfast at Sofitel Wentworth Hotel
Klim, Thorpe and Fydler InterviewedAustralian Olympians Michael Klim, Ian Thorpe and Chris Fydler are interviewed by Giaan Rooney during the Sydney 2000 Anniversary dinner. Klim, Thorpe and Fydler (along with Ashley Callus not pictured) won gold at the Sydney 2000 Olympics in the 4x10
Sydney 2000 magic moments podcastsTo commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games nine podcasts have been created to celebrate some of the finest moments at the Games. These include Cathy Freeman’s win, Hackett taking the crown from Perkins, the water polo girls last second victory and much more. Special thanks to ABC Radio Grandstand and Getty Images.
The smashing guitars raceThe Americans were undefeated in the 4x100m freestyle relay until Michael Klim, Chris Fydler, Ashley Callus and Ian Thorpe swam one of the best relays in history. Klim opened for the Aussies and broke the world 100m freestyle record. After strong swims from Fydler and Callus enters Thorpe- who broke his swimsuit and made it on deck just in time for the race. Thorpe mowed down Gary Hall Jnr in the final 25 metres and the Aussies smashed the world record. They celebrated in response to Hall Jnr's quip that the USA would 'smash them like guitars'. Special thanks to ABC Radio Grandstand and Getty Images.