atie Walsh (C) and Helen Richardson (L): The Team GB Olympic hockey players got married in September this year, with Walsh captaining the hockey side to a Bronze medal at London 2012 – the nation’s first Olympic medal in the discipline in 20 years – with Richardson also featuring in the third-place play-off team. The pair were together for 5 years before they tied the knot, and have swiftly turned their heads towards Rio 2016 with ambitions of securing Gold.
Welcome to Olympic Mysteries Solved, where we answer your most pressing questions from this year’s Rio Olympic Games. Seen something you don’t understand? Drop us a line and we may solve your mystery in a future installment. Today: the medal ceremony!
Britain's Tom Daley and Dan Goodfellow won Olympic bronze in the men's synchronised 10m platform at Rio 2016. The pair, who began training together last October, clinched only GB's eighth Olympic diving medal after pipping Germany to third place in a tense finish.
What if the Olympic medals table was determined by golds per capita? At the halfway stage it's looking like a very good Olympics for Team GB. With 10 golds, 13 silvers and 7 bronzes, we're well on our way to achieving a best ever away Games.