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Alistair Brownlee (Gold), Jonny Brownlee (Bronze) (Men's Triathlon) - Team GB Ind. Gold medal winners - Luke Campbell (Boxing, Men's Bantamweight, 56kg), Mo Farah (Running, Men's 5,000 m), Ed McKeever (Canoe Sprint, Men's single kayak), Jade Jones (Taekwondo, Women's 57 kg), Nicola Adams (Boxing, Women's Flyweight, 51kg), Charlotte DuJardin (Equestrian, Ind. Dressage), Sir Chris Hoy (Cycling Men's Keirin), Laura Trott (Cycling, Women's Omnium), Jason Kenny (Cycling, men's sprint), and…

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Edoardo has asked me to write about GB water polo's Olympic experience and what's changing for GB afterwards. The Olympic experience was overall an extremely positive one from the point of view of both GB's teams. For women's polo, it was followed recently by the announcement of a significant improvement in funding: http://www.uksport.gov.uk/sport/summer-2016. My own experience was on the support staff of the men's team: so forgive me for any extra focus on that group, particularly…

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Silver medal teams - Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark (Sailing, Women's 470), Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell (Sailing, Men's 470), Laura Robson and Andy Murray (Tennis, Mixed doubles), Ian Percy and Andrew Simpson (Sailing, Men's Star), Zac Purchase and Mark Hunter (Rowing, Men's Lightweight Double sculls), David Florence and Richard Hounslow (Canoe Slalom, Men's C2), Chris Bartley, Richard Chambers, Peter Chambers, and Rob Williams (Rowing, Men's Lightweight Four) and more ....

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The British men's eight - Bronze Team Medals - Liam Heath and Jon Schofield (Canoeing, Men's 200m Kayak Pairs), Women's Hockey Team, George Nash and Will Satch (Rowing, Men's pair), Rowing Men's Eight (Eington, Ford, Langridge, Partridge, Ransley, Sbihi, Searle, Louloudis, and Hill) and Gymnastics Men's Team (Sam Oldham, Dan Purvis, Kristian Thomas, Louis Smith and Max Whitlock). Well done.

Gold medallist Ed Mckeever of Great Britain during the medal ceremony for the Men's Kayak Single (K1) 200m Canoe Sprint. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

(R-L) Silver medalist Catalina Ponor of Romania, gold medalist Alexandra Raisman of the United States of America and bronze medalist Aliya Mustafina of Russia pose on the podium during the Victory Ceremony for the women's Floor Exercise final on Day 11 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at North Greenwich Arena

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