Video B-Roll available via CNW - Brazilian Olympic champion César Cielo runs
at New Brunswick's Hopewell Rocks for 2010 Olympic Torch Relay

VANCOUVER, Dec. 19 /CNW/ - Brazil's César Cielo, Olympic gold medallist and current world-record holder in the 100-m freestyle, ran with the Olympic Flame at the stunning Hopewell Rocks, on the coast of New Brunswick's Bay of Fundy. César experienced New Brunswick and Toronto, tasting some east coast lobster and exploring the CN Tower, even fitting in practise time in a local pool, before running with the flame amongst rock formations created by the highest tides in the world.

Video package includes footage of César Cielo's torch run at Hopewell Rocks, work out swim in a local pool, lobster feast, journey up Toronto's CN tower, visit to the bustling St Lawrence Market, and his thoughts on competing in 2012. Package also includes 2010 Olympic Torch Relay highlights from PEI and New Brunswick, including a crossing on the 12.9 km long Confederation bridge, and a ride on a military mine sweeping vehicle.

    
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