How many medals did Great Britain win in 2016 Olympics?

How many medals did Great Britain win in 2016 Olympics?

Team GB at Rio 2016 Great Britain pulled off an incredible second place finish at Rio 2016, winning 67 medals in total. This included 27 gold medals, 23 silver and 17 bronze.

How many gold medals did UK win in last Olympics?

67 medals
These Games were the most successful for Great Britain since 1908, winning a total of 67 medals, which exceeded its London 2012 tally of 65 medals, therefore becoming the first nation to surpass its medal total at the Olympics immediately following one that it hosted.

Who is the most decorated UK Olympian?

Cyclist Jason Kenny
Which Team GB athlete has won the most Olympic medals? Cyclist Jason Kenny tops the all-time British Olympian medal table with eight medals in all – seven golds and two bronze.

How many gold medals did Great Britain win?

List of Gold, Silver & Bronze medals won by Great Britain in 2012 Olympic games. Great Britain at 2012 Olympics. Great Britain competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, United Kingdom, as the host nation. Team Great Britain sent a total of 541 athletes, including 279 men and 262 women, and participated in all 26 sports.

How many medals did Great Britain win in the 2012 Paralympics?

Stephanie Millward won four silver medals and one bronze in swimming events. The following Team GB competitors won multiple medals at the 2012 Paralympic Games. UK Sport, the body responsible for the distribution of National Lottery funding to elite sport, set the British team a target of winning 103 medals across at least 12 different sports.

Who are the gold medal winners of the 2012 Olympics?

Missy Franklin tied with Michael Phelps for most gold medals won at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Both U.S. swimmers won four gold medals. Michael Phelps won six medals in total. China defended the men’s team event title in table tennis. Victoria Pendleton won the first ever gold medal in the women’s Keirin event.

What did Team GB win in London 2012?

Boxer Anthony Joshua took Team GB’s gold-medal tally to 29 after defeating Italy’s Roberto Cammarelle in the super-heavyweight final on Sunday. Samantha Murray then won Great Britain’s 65th and final medal when she took silver in the modern pentathlon in the final event of the Games.

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