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PLEASE NOTE: THIS EDIT CONTAINS CONVERTED 4:3 MATERIAL SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA (AUGUST 15, 2012) (ORIGINALLY 4:3) (RU24 - NO ACCESS RUSSIA) 1. VARIOUS OF PUTIN AWARDING MEDALS TO OLYMPIANS 2. ATHLETES LISTENING 3. (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) RUSSIAN PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN, SAYING: "On behalf of all Russian fans, I thank you for this performance, for the success of our country at the Olympics. Your accomplishments without a doubt - and I think you all understand this yourselves - filled the hearts of millions of our country's fans with pride for our country." 4. ATHLETES LISTENING STORY: Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted his country's national Olympic team in the Kremlin on Wednesday (August 15) to congratulate them for their success at the 2012 London Games. Russia came in fourth at the medals table in the summer olympics with 24 gold medals, 25 silver and 32 bronze in London. "On behalf of all Russian fans, I thank you for this performance, for the success of our country at the Olympics. Your accomplishments without a doubt - and I think you all understand this yourselves - filled the hearts of millions of our country's fans with pride for our country," Putin said. Putin, himself a black belt judoka, made a trip to London to watch Russia compete in Judo and was on hand to embrace Tagir Khaibulaev after he won his country's third judo gold. That success has been put down to Italian coach Ezio Gamba, a gold medalist himself in 1980, who overhauled Russia's judo set-up and introduced a centralized training regime. Their men will now be the team to beat in Brazil.