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  1. Mo Farah

    Sir Mo Farah is not only a British distance runner, but he's also been National Lottery funded and a household name.

  2. Steve Redgrave

    Sir Steven Redgrave is a retired British rower who won gold medals at five consecutive Olympic Games from 1984 to 2000, and is one of the country’s greatest Olympians.

  3. David Weir

    David is a Paralympian who has dominated his sport and has become one of the greatest wheelchair racers of all time

  4. Katherine Grainger

    Dame Katherine Grainger is Britain’s most decorated female Olympic athlete

  5. Laura Kenny

    Kenny is now the most decorated female athlete in Team GB history, a title she shares with equestrian's Charlotte Dujardin.

  6. Jason Kenny

    Jason Kenny became Team GB's most successful Olympian of all time after winning his ninth medal, and seventh gold, on the final day of Tokyo 2020. Kenny won team sprint silver alongside Jack Carlin and Ryan Owens, to move level with Sir Bradley Wiggins for the most Olympic medals in British history.

  7. Adam Peaty

    Adam Peaty won the 100th gold medal since National Lottery-funding began with his performance in the 100m Breaststroke final at the Tokyo Olympic games.

  8. Tom Daley & Matty Lee

    Tom Daley and Matty Lee won a gold medal in the men’s synchronised 10m platform dive in Tokyo, beating China’s reigning world champions to the top spot on the podium.

  9. Charlotte Worthington

    Five years ago Charlotte Worthington was rolling burritos, now she's wrapped up one of the most remarkable moments in BMX history.

  10. Max Whitlock

    By winning his third Olympic gold medal and sixth overall, Whitlock is the first man in more than 30 years to retain a pommel horse title at the Games.

  11. Duncan Scott

    Duncan Scott was one of Britain's busiest in the Tokyo 2020 pool, capturing one gold and three silver medals making him Team GB’s most decorated Olympic swimmer of all-time.

  12. Beth Shriever

    Having discovered the discipline at the age of nine, Shriever started training with local club Braintree BMX, the beginning of a career that saw her crowned junior world champion in 2017 and Team GB’s first ever Olympic gold medal in female BMX riding.