Bobsleigh gold pair return to Innsbruck

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Bobsledders Robin Dixon and Tony Nash back in Innsbruck 50 years after their gold medal success

British bobsledders Tony Nash and Robin Dixon make a nostalgic visit to Innsbruck in Austria, 50 years after their victory at the Winter Olympics.

Nash was the driver and Dixon, now Lord Glentoran, the brake man when the GB pairing made sporting history.

The pair, who have a corner named after them at the St Moritz track in Switzerland, won the world championship in 1965 and took bronze in 1966. They also competed at the 1968 Olympics, finishing fifth.

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