I saw a video on Youtube, can you tell me what its called if you know or seen it?

I saw a video once with a friend on youtube and thought it was funny, it was about a black guy in the Olympics i think, he was swimming a 100m free i think, (i haven't seen it in a while so its hard to remember) but the funny thing was that he was racing against 2 white guys and they dove early and got disqualified, so he had to race by himself, he sucked a lot and was from new guinea i think and the announcers were saying that they don't have pools there and they were laughing hard, can someone tell me what the video was called?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    If you didn't clear out your cache since then, you might

    be in luck. There are actually two different things which

    you can do to find a video you have previously watched.

    Not only that, you can make your results appear either

    in alphabetical or chronological order:

    ALPHABETICALLY (every possible result):

    highlight the URL address bar on top, then simply type

    in the word "youtube". From those results, you will see:

    -- every YouTube address you typed

    -- every YouTube channel you visited

    -- every YouTube video you watched

    but it will be ugly YouTube code like "v=Ab1Cd2eF3Gh".

    CHRONOLOGICALLY (not as many results):

    simply click on your internet browser's "History" button

    or tap "CTRL" and the letter "H" on your keyboard, and

    you will get a daily list of every website which you have

    visited. Every YouTube video will be mixed in with all of

    the different websites, but it'll actually be easier for you

    to find what you're looking for -- because everything will

    be displayed in "plain" English. And because each and

    every YouTube video is in fact its own website, you will

    also be able to see the full title of each video.

    I hope that my double answer is somewhat helpful to U.

    IF YOU FIND THE VIDEO, COULD YOU PLEASE LET

    ME KNOW THE TITLE OR ITS LINK?

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