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Tokyo Olympics 2021: Every Team GB medal winner so far and latest count

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Tokyo Olympics 2021: Every Team GB medal winner so far and latest count

In Rio in 2016, Team GB won 67 medals – 27 of them gold – to finish in second place in the medal table behind the United States and ahead of China.

That record haul was two more medals than they managed at London 2012, which followed on from 51 medals won by British athletes in Beijing in 2008.

UK Sport, the body which funds the Olympic programme through National Lottery funding, has said in the build-up to the Games that there is likely to be a dip of sorts in Tokyo and has set a broad target range of between 45 and 70 medals.

Here is a full list of medals won for Britain in Tokyo so far…

Max Whitlock (gold) – pommel horse

Jess Learmonth, Jonny Brownlee, Georgia Taylor-Brown, Alex Yee (gold) – mixed triathlon relay

Kathleen Dawson, Adam Peaty, James Guy, Anna Hopkin (gold) – mixed 4x100m medley relay

Tom Dean, James Guy, Matthew Richards, Duncan Scott (gold) – men’s 4x200m freestyle relay

Tom Dean (gold) -men’s 200m freestyle

Adam Peaty (gold) – men’s 100m breaststroke

Tom Daley & Matty Lee (gold) – men’s synchronised 10m platform

Tom Pidcock (gold) -men’s cross-country mountain biking

Beth Shriever (gold) – women’s BMX racing

Charlotte Worthington (gold) – women’s BMX park freestyle

Harry Leask, Angus Groom, Tom Barras and Jack Beaumont (silver) – men’s quadruple sculls

Duncan Scott (silver) – men’s 200m freestyle

Georgia Taylor-Brown (silver) – women’s triathlon

Alex Yee (silver) – men’s triathlon

Lauren Williams (silver) – women’s -67kg taekwondo

Bradly Sinden (silver) – men’s -68kg taekwondo

Mallory Franklin (silver) – women’s canoe slalom C1

Duncan Scott (silver) – men’s 200m medley

Kye Whyte (silver) – men’s BMX racing

Luke Greenbank, Adam Peaty, James Guy, Duncan Scott (silver) – men’s 4x100m medley relay

Chelsie Giles (bronze) – women’s -52kg judo

Bianca Walkden (bronze) – women’s taekwondo +67kg

Alice Kinsella, Amelie Morgan and Jennifer and Jessica Gadirova (bronze) – gymnastics women’s team

Carl Hester, Charlotte Fry and Charlotte Dujardin (bronze) – dressage

Charlotte Dujardin (bronze) – individual dressage

Matt Coward-Holley (bronze) – men’s trap

Luke Greenback (bronze) – men’s 200m backstroke

Men’s eight (bronze) – rowing

Bryony Page (bronze) – trampolining

Emma Wilson (bronze) – windsurfing

Karriss Artingstall (bronze) – women’s featherweight boxing

Declan Brooks (bronze) – men’s BMX freestyle

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Heather Knight accepts Pakistan tour withdrawal but hopes England Women can check out in long run

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Heather Knight accepts Pakistan tour withdrawal but hopes England Women can visit in future

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ngland captain Heather Knight suggests the controversial decision to pull out of the prepared tour of Pakistan was “taken out of our hands” and insists it is critical for women’s cricket that they pay a visit to the state in the long run.

England’s ladies were because of to tour Pakistan for the initially time ever as aspect of a joint white-ball tour with the men’s staff, who were returning for the first time since 2005.

Even so, after New Zealand withdrew their men’s workforce from their tour of Pakistan very last 7 days due to a “credible threat”, the ECB announced on Monday that it too was pulling the plug.

That has drawn fierce criticism from Pakistan, who are confident they can give a protected experience for going to teams.

Knight insisted verdicts on the viability of a tour are not for players, or even captains, to take care of and defended the ECB’s ideal to make the phone.

Talking immediately after her side’s a few-wicket defeat to New Zealand at Leicester, she reported: “We found yesterday that the board experienced built the final decision for us not to go and it’s higher than our heads a minimal bit.

“I feel the the dialogue and the communication between the board and PCA (experienced cricketers’ association) is a robust a person, and it was a tough situation with what experienced gone on with New Zealand.

“I feel using it out of our palms is most likely the right issue to do and, and that was finished with a perspective to consider and glimpse soon after the gamers.

“It’s for the persons higher than us to make people selections and for us to to get on with them and take wherever they are.

“Hopefully, someday in the potential we’ll be able to go. I do consider it is significant for them, notably in women’s cricket with what is going on in the location.”

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