Team GB Tokyo 2020 – Only One Year to go

With only 365 days left until the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Team GB is spreading Olympic fever across the United Kingdom as the countdown starts in earnest to the next Games. Team GB’s ‘(Only) One Year to Go’ campaign launched as Olympians Greg Rutherford and Beth Tweddle delighted commuters on the tram from Manchester Piccadilly

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Team GB stars dominate New Year’s Honours List

Following a record-breaking year for Team GB, Olympic athletes have once again been recognised in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list. The list of awards includes a damehood for Katherine Grainger, the first female Olympian to win five medals at five games, for services to rowing and charity; and a damehood for Jessica Ennis-Hill for

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Rio stars honoured at the 2016 Team GB Ball

Team GB’s hockey gold medallists were the big winners at the inaugural Team GB Awards last night with the squad picking up three of the five categories. Danny Kerry won Coach of the Year while the BBC Moment of the Games and the publically voted Great Britain’s Choice Award, presented by Aldi, both went to

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Team GB’s ‘Great Britain’s Choice Award’

The British Olympic Association (BOA) is encouraging the nation to vote for the Olympian whose performance inspired them the most at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as the online ballot opens for Team GB’s ‘Great Britain’s Choice Award’. The award, presented by Team GB’s official supermarket partner Aldi, will feature as part of the inaugural

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Rio 2016 heroes enjoy homecoming celebration

Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic medalists received a heroes’ welcome on Wednesday when they celebrated their stunning summer of sporting success with students and staff at the University of Bath. Six Team GB and ParalympicsGB athletes who train at the University’s world-class Sports Training Village – athletes Paul Blake, Emily Diamond and Eilidh Doyle plus

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Historic relay bronze for Diamond and Doyle

University of Bath-based athletes Emily Diamond and Eilidh Doyle helped Team GB make history at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as they won bronze in the women’s 4x400m relay. It was Britain’s 66th medal of the Rio Olympics, meaning they surpassed their total from London 2012 and became the first nation to win more medals

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