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Olympic round up 2

Posted by Chloe Bennett on 6th August 2012

After a terrific weekend of relentless success our Olympic arenas, Team GB are up to 3rd place in the medal tables with 16 Gold, 11 silver and 10 bronze medals.

9th medal won by Michael Jamieson in the pool. Awarded silver medal for his race in the Men’s 200m Breaststroke final.

10th medal won by Britain’s lightweight men’s rowing four; awarded silver.

11th medal is gold, won by Time Baillie and Etienne Stott in the Canoe Slalom.

12th medal is silver also won by Team Gb’s canoe slalom team consisting of David Florence and Richard Hounslow.

13th medal is gold for GB shooting legend Peter Wilson who wins the medal in the Men’s Double Trap.

14th medal won by Gemma Gibbons who takes a fabulous Silver medal in the Judo.

15th medal is an incredible team effort in the Britain’s team sprint who takes home the gold to give Sir Chris Hoy his fifth Olympic gold.

16th medal is gold for Women’s rowing pair Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins.

17th medal is bronze for Men’s rowing pair, George Nash and Will Satch.

18th medal is bronze for Alan Campbell in the Men’s single sculls.

19th medal is gold, awarded to Men’s team pursuit in the cycling. Well done to Steven Burke, Ed Clancy, Peter Kennaugh and Geraint Thomas.

20th medal is gold for our girl Victoria Pendleton as she finishes first in the Women’s Keirin.

21st medal is bronze for Judo competitor Katrina Bryant.

22nd medal is bronze for swimmer Rebecca Adlington in the 800m freestyle.

23rd medal is won by the Britain men’s four who claim the gold and defend their title of Olympic champions. Won by Gregory, Reed, James and Triggs-Hodge.

24th medal is another gold for Women’s lightweight double sculls team Katherine Copeland and Sophie Hosking.

25th medal is silver for lightweight duo Zac Purchase and Mark Hunter.

26th medal is a marvellously won gold by GB team Dani King, Joanna Rowsell and Laura Trott in the Women’s Team Pursuit.

27th medal is awarded to the stunning Jessica Ennis in the Heptathlon as she takes home the gold.

28th medal is for Greg Rutherford as he takes home the gold in the long jump.

29th medal is claimed by Mo Farah who takes home the gold in the Men’s 10,000m.

30th medal is a well-deserved gold for tennis legend Andy Murray and he beats Rodger Federer at Wimbledon in the Men’s singles.

31st medal is for Ben Ainslie as he seals his fourth Olympic title by winning gold in the sailing.

32nd medal is silver and won by sailing Men’s Star team Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson.

33rd medal is for the tennis mixed pair that was Andy Murray and Laura robson as they take home a silver.

34th medal is silver for gymnast Louis smith as he narrowly misses out on gold, won by Krisztian Berki.

35th medal is a bronze, won by Max Whitlock in the same event, pommel horse final.

36th medal won by Ed Clancy in the Men’s Cycling Omnium.

37th medal is silver for Christine Ohuruogu in the Women’s 400m final.

Click the following links to see various medal winners. 1st - 8th medal winners, 38th - 48th medal winners and 49th - 65th medal winners.


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