Presenter
Hi I'm Natalie and welcome to Talking Sport.
Today we are hearing about a fencer from Ukraine and learning the
word 'glory'.
Olga Kharlan from Ukraine is one of the world's best fencers.
She won a team gold medal in the last Olympics in Beijing.
This week BBC reporter Nicola Pearson has been to meet Olga, who
has been able to build her own house from her winnings.
Listen for the word 'glory' and see if you can hear what Olga is
leaving behind.
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Olga Kharlan, already a national hero and now Ukraine's brightest
hope for Olympic glory in London. Inside her parent's one bed
apartment, where Olga still lives some of the time, she showed me
the souvenirs and trophies of her success. Olga's silverware isn’t
just for show. Her success also means she can leave her family's
small flat behind. Using her winnings to build this. It's big! Yeah.
And all because of fencing? Yeah.
Presenter
Listen again for the word 'glory' and see if you can hear what Olga
is leaving behind
Clip
Olga Kharlan, already a national hero and now Ukraine's brightest
hope for Olympic glory in London. Inside her parent's one bed
apartment, where Olga still lives some of the time, she showed me
the souvenirs and trophies of her success. Olga's silverware isn't
just for show. Her success also means she can leave her family's
small flat behind. Using her winnings to build this. It's big! Yeah.
And all because of fencing? Yeah.
Presenter
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