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Team Great Britain Olympic Archers

A detail view of the hand and nail varnish of Amy Oliver of Great Britain in action during the Women's Team Archery Eliminations match between Great Britain and Russia on Day 2 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Lord's Cricket Ground on July 29, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)

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Mel Patton, left, anchor man of the U.S. men's 4 x 100-meter relay team, crosses the finish line well ahead of Britain's Jack Archer, during the Summer Olympics at Wembley Stadium, in London Aug. 7, 1948. Olympic judges disqualified the U.S. team on the grounds that their first exchange of the baton was not made within the 20-meter zone, but reversed their decision three days later giving the U.S. the gold medal and Britain the silver.(AP Photo) less The U.S. Summer Olympic rowing team…

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Olympic fingernails

Britain's Union flag is painted onto the fingernails of archer Alison Williamson at the London 2012 Olympic Village.

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America's Harrison Dillard, second left, hands over the baton to Melvin Patton, third left, for the final leg of the men's Olympic Games 4 x 100metres Relay Final at Wembley Stadium, London, Aug. 7, 1948, to win the race. Britain's John Archer, second right, came in second. The American team were disqualified for a wrong baton change. (AP Photo)

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Lego Team GB Olympics Minifigures Complete Set of 9 Characters #8909 (UK Exclusive) by Lego Exclusives. $89.95. Includes: Gymnast, Boxer, Horse Rider, Archer, Tennis Player, Relay Runner, Judo Fighter, Swimmer and Weight Lifter. Rare Release and Exclusive to United Kingdom. Every minifigure comes with accessories and display plate. Complete Set of All 9 Olympics Team GB Mini-Figures. Each Figure Comes sealed in its own Zip-Lock Bag.. Capture the bronze, silver and gold w...

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Mel Patton, left, anchor man of the U.S. men's 4 x 100-meter relay team, crosses the finish line well ahead of Britain's Jack Archer, during the Summer Olympics at Wembley Stadium, in London Aug. 7, 1948. Olympic judges disqualified the U.S. team on the grounds that their first exchange of the baton was not made within the 20-meter zone, but reversed their decision three days later giving the U.S. the gold medal and Britain the silver.(AP Photo)...

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