Olympic Memories - Martin on players 'signing behaviour contracts' on way to hockey gold
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Hockey player Stephen Martin reveals how the competition amongst the Great Britain Olympic hockey squad was so tough that some players had to sign contracts to say they would pass to each other.
Martin played in three Games, winning the bronze medal in Los Angeles in 1984 and helping the GB team to take gold in Seoul four years later.