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Team GB Going for Gold

Great Britain is the team that sends athletes from the United Kingdom (UK), all but three of its overseas territories, and the three Crown dependencies to the Olympic Games. It is organised by the British Olympic Association (BOA) as the National Olympic Committee for the UK. While the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and BOA both refer to the team as 'Great Britain' and the team uses the brand name Team GB, the BOA explains that it is the Great Britain and Northern Ireland Olympic Team.

Great Britain was one of 14 teams to compete in the first Games, the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens, and is one of only three nations (France and Switzerland are the others) to have competed at every Summer and Winter Olympic Games. Athletes representing Great Britain have won 780 medals at the Summer Olympic Games, and another 22 at the Winter Olympic Games. Great Britain is the only team to have won at least one gold medal at every Summer Games and lies third globally in terms of both gold medals and total medals.

Here are the althletes from Team GB that have earned us gold medals in Toyko this year.

Adam Peaty – Swimming

GoldGold – Men's 100 m breaststroke
GoldGold – Mixed 4 × 100 m medley relay
SilverSilver – Men's 4 × 100 m medley relay

James Guy – Swimming

GoldGold – Men's 4 × 200 m freestyle relay
GoldGold – Mixed 4 × 100 m medley relay
SilverSilver – Men's 4 × 100 m medley relay

Tom Dean – Swimming

GoldGold - Men's 200 m freestyle
GoldGold – Men's 4 × 200 m freestyle relay

Duncan Scott – Swimming

GoldGold – Men's 4 × 200 m freestyle relay
SilverSilver – Men's 200 m freestyle
SilverSilver – Men's 200 metre individual medley
SilverSilver – Men's 4 × 100 m medley relay

Georgia Taylor-Brown – Triathlon

GoldGold – Mixed relay
SilverSilver – Women's individual

Alex Yee – Triathlon

GoldGold – Mixed relay
SilverSilver – Men's individual

Tom McEwen – Equestrian

GoldGold – Team eventing
SilverSilver – Individual eventing

 

Matthew Walls – Cycling

GoldGold – Men's Omnium
SilverSilver – Men's Madison

Jason Kenny – Cycling

GoldGold – Men's Keirin
SilverSilver – Men's team sprint

Laura Kenny – Cycling

GoldGold – Women's Madison
SilverSilver – Women's team pursuit

Katie Archibald – Cycling

GoldGold – Women's Madison
SilverSilver – Women's team pursuit

Tom Daley – Diving

GoldGold – Men's synchronized 10 metre platform
BronzeGold – Men's 10 metre platform

Matty Lee – Diving

GoldGold – Men's synchronized 10 metre platform

Oliver Townend – Equestrian

GoldGold – Individual jumping

Ben Maher – Equestrian

GoldGold – Team eventing

Laura Collett – Equestrian

GoldGold – Team eventing

Ben Maher – Equestrian

GoldGold – Individual jumping

Matt Richards – Swimming

GoldGold – Men's 4 × 200 m freestyle relay

Kathleen Dawson – Swimming

GoldGold – Mixed 4 × 100 m medley relay

Anna Hopkin – Swimming

GoldGold – Mixed 4 × 100 m medley relay

 

Jess Learmonth – Triathlon

GoldGold – Mixed relay

Jonathan Brownlee – Triathlon

GoldGold – Mixed relay

Tom Pidcock – Cycling

GoldGold – Men's cross-country

Bethany Shriever – Cycling

GoldGold – Women's BMX racing

Charlotte Worthington – Cycling

GoldGold – Women's BMX freestyle

Matthew Walls – Cycling

GoldGold – Men's Omnium

Max Whitlock – Gymnastics

GoldGold – Men's pommel horse

 

Stuart Bithell – Sailing

GoldGold – 49er

Dylan Fletcher – Sailing

GoldGold – 49er

Hannah Mills – Sailing

GoldGold – Women's 470

Eilidh McIntyre – Sailing

GoldGold – Women's 470

Giles Scott – Sailing

GoldGold – Finn

 

Kate French – Modern pentathlon

GoldGold – Women's individual

Eilidh McIntyre – Modern pentathlon

GoldGold – Men's Individual

Galal Yafai – Boxing

GoldGold – Men's flyweight

Lauren Price – Boxing

GoldGold – Women's middleweight


Other multiple medallists in Tokyo:

Charlotte Dujardin – Equestrian

BronzeBronze – Team dressage
BronzeBronze – Individual dressage

 

Charlotte Dujardin's two bronze medals added to her two golds from London 2012 and her gold and silver from Rio 2016 to make her the first female British athlete to win six Olympic medals. Dujardin also became the first British athlete to win multiple medals at three consecutive Games (two in London, two in Rio and two in Tokyo).