Great Britain's Olympic medals at London 2012 games

10 August 2012 Last updated at 17:25 BST

See pictures of all the Great Britain medal winners from the London Olympics.
Anthony Joshua
Anthony Joshua, 22, celebrates gold following his super-heavyweight win over Italy's Roberto Cammarelle. He had a nervous wait when the Italian team appealed against the judges' decision, but the appeal was rejected.
Samantha Murray
Samantha Murray won Team GB's 65th and final medal of the Olympics, as she finished second in the modern pentathlon. Athletes take part in fencing, swimming, horse riding, running and shooting, all on the same day.
Freddie Evans
Boxer Freddie Evans is taking a silver medal home to Cardiff after losing to Kazakhstan's Serik Sapiyev in the men's welterweight final on day 16. The 21-year-old won four matches to reach the final and said he was "over the moon" to get so far.
Tom Daley
Tom Daley claimed bronze in the men's 10m platform dive. The 18-year-old was allowed to retake his first dive after saying he had been distracted by camera flashes in the crowd.
Mo Farah
Mo Farah is a double gold medallist. On the final night of action in the Olympic stadium, he won the 5,000 metres to add to his 10,000 metres victory. It is the first time a British athlete has won both long-distance track races.
Luke Campbell wins gold
Luke Campbell became team GB's second boxing gold medallist as he beat Ireland's John Joe Nevin in the Bantam 56kg final at the ExCeL Centre. His win followed Nicola Adams' success two days earlier.
Jon Schofield (left) and Liam Heath
Team GB's canoeists were back on the podium as Jon Schofield (left) and Liam Heath won bronze in the final of the men's double kayak 200m sprint. The Russian pair took the gold medal.
Kayak champion Ed McKeever
Ed McKeever won the men's kayak single (K1) 200m final at Eton Dorney on day 15. The 28-year-old from Wiltshire had been described as "Usain Bolt on water" before the Olympics.
Great Britain hockey player Emily Maguire
Great Britain beat New Zealand 3-1 at the Riverbank Arena to claim Olympic bronze in the women's hockey on day 14 in London. The goals came from Alex Danson, Crista Cullen and Sarah Thomas as Emily Maguire celebrates.
Anthony Ogogo
Anthony Ogogo had to settle for a bronze medal as he is defeated by Brazilian Esquiva Falcao Florentino in their semi-final. The Brazilian eventually triumphed 16-9 and goes on to face Ryota Murata from Japan in the final.
Stuart Bithell and Luke Patience
Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell have taken the silver medal in the men's 470 sailing class at Weymouth. They went into the final race needing to beat the Australians with one boat between them to clinch gold but finished fourth.
Saskia Clark and Hannah Mills
Saskia Clark and Hannah Mills have won a silver medal after losing out in their final 470 shootout with New Zealand in Weymouth. The two crews were already assured of a medal and shared the lead going into the final.
Nicola Adams
Nicola Adams made history when she became the first ever female Olympic boxing champion beating China's three-times world champion, Ren Cancan, to take gold in the flyweight competition on day 13.
Charlotte Dujardin
In the dressage, 27-year-old Charlotte Dujardin won her second gold of London 2012 when she was crowned Olympic individual freestyle champion. She became only the fourth British female athlete to win double gold at one Games after Dame Kelly Holmes, Rebecca Adlington and Laura Trott.
Laura Bechtolsheimer
Laura Bechtolsheimer took the bronze in dressage after scoring 84.339% on her horse Mistral Hojris.
Jade Jones
Jade Jones celebrates winning her women's 57kg gold medal taekwondo match against China's Hou Yuzhuo at the London 2012 Olympic Games at the ExCeL arena.
Sir Chris Hoy
Sir Chris Hoy has became Britain's most successful Olympic athlete after winning gold on day 11 in the men's cycling keirin. Hoy's six golds take him past rowing great Sir Steve Redgrave's five.
Victoria Pendleton
Victoria Pendleton had to take silver after competing for the sprint title on day 11 of the games. It was her final race before retiring as she lost her Olympic sprint title to Australia's Anna Meares.
Robbie Grabarz
Robbie Grabarz took home a bronze medal on day 11 of the games in the men's high jump. The 24-year-old bounced back after losing his national lottery funding before competing in the games. He's now ranked 28th in the world.
Laura Trott
Twenty-year-old Laura Trott won her second gold on day 11 of the games. She won the women's omnium after cycling an Olympic record for the 500m time trial. She said: "I can't believe this is happening to me, I really can't."
Alistair Brownlee
Alistair Brownlee wins Great Britain's 19th gold medal of the London Olympics in the triathlon on day 11. That equals the total from the Beijing games four years ago. Alistair Brownlee's brother Jonny won bronze.
Jonathan Brownlee, Alistair Brownlee
Jonathan Brownlee, who won bronze, with his brother Alistair, who picked up gold in the men's triathlon on day 11 of the London 2012 Olympic games.
Nick Dempsey
Nick Dempsey has won the silver medal in the RS:X class windsurfing competition at Weymouth on day 11. The sport is fighting to keep its spot in the Olympics and is due to be replaced by kiteboarding for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Jason Kenny
Jason Kenny added individual sprint gold to his Olympic team title with victory over world champion Gregory Bauge in the final on day 10. The 24-year-old is Great Britain's first double gold medallist of the Games.
Beth Tweddle
Beth Tweddle on the podium with the bronze medal she won in the women's uneven bars of the artistic gymnastics on day 10. Russia's Aliya Mustafina won gold and China's He Kexin won silver.
Nick Skelton riding Big Star
Britain's Nick Skelton riding Big Star led the British team of Ben Maher, Scott Brash and Peter Charles to gold in the team showjumping event. Success came after a jump off against the Netherlands. It's Team GB's first Olympic showjumping gold for 60 years.
Christine Ohuruogu
Christine Ohuruogu finished powerfully to win a silver medal but narrowly failed to defend her 400m Olympic title on day nine of the games. American Sanya Richards-Ross claimed gold with DeeDee Trotter taking bronze.
Andy Murray takes Olympic gold
Andy Murray beat Swiss world number one Roger Federer on day nine in straight sets, 6-2 6-1 6-4, on Centre Court to take gold at Wimbledon. He will now focus on the US Open, which starts on 27 August.
Andy Murray and Laura Robson playing mixed doubles
Andy Murray and Laura Robson had to settle for a silver medal in the mixed doubles tennis final on day nine. They were beaten by Belarusian duo Victoria Azarenka and Max Mirnyi.
Zac Purchase and Mark Hunter
Zac Purchase and Mark Hunter finished second in the men's lightweight double sculls on day eight. The pair needed a restart after their seat broke.
Ed Clancy
Great Britain's Ed Clancy produced a blistering final ride to claim a bronze medal in the omnium on day nine. Clancy had to win the sixth event of the multi-discipline challenge to have a chance of a medal and did.
Louis Smith and
Louis Smith won a dramatic gymnastics silver medal on the pommel horse, missing out on gold by the narrowest margins on day nine. Max Whitlock scored a superb 15.600 on his Olympic debut, securing the bronze medal.
Ben Ainslie
Great Britain's Ben Ainslie edges out Denmark's Jonas Hogh-Christensen in the men's Finn medal Race in Weymouth on day nine. Ainslie has won the event four times in a row.
Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson
Sailors Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson win silver in Star class on day nine of the Games. They were beaten in the closing stages by Sweden.
Mo Farah
A hat-trick of athletics gold medals for Team GB on day eight was completed by Mo Farah. He became the first British athlete to win the 10,000m in the Olympics.
Greg Rutherford
Greg Rutherford won gold in the men's long jump on day eight. His leap of 8.31m helped Great Britain win the event for the first time since 1964.
Jessica Ennis
Heptathlete Jessica Ennis helped Team GB enjoy their most successful day at an Olympics in 104 years on day eight. They won six gold medals, with three of those coming in the athletics.
Laura Trott, Dani King and Joanna Rowsell
Laura Trott, Dani King and Joanna Rowsell crushed the United States to win the team pursuit on day eight. They claimed victory in a time of 3:14.051 to set their sixth successive world record.
Sophie Hosking and Katherine Copeland
Sophie Hosking and Katherine Copeland took the women's double skulls on day eight. Their success came just minutes after Team GB's rowers had won the men's four at Eton Dorney.
Andrew Triggs-Hodge, Pete Reed, Tom James, and Alex Gregory
On day eight of the Games Andrew Triggs-Hodge, Pete Reed, Tom James, and Alex Gregory won gold in the men's fours. Team GB has won the event in four consecutive Olympics.
Rebecca Adlington
Swimmer Rebecca Adlington wipes away the tears after losing her 800m freestyle title to American Katie Ledecky on day seven of the Games. Adlington, 23, finished third and claimed her second bronze medal of London 2012.
Victoria Pendleton
Victoria Pendleton celebrates after winning gold in the women's keirin event on day seven. The cyclist plans to retire from the sport after the Games.
Steven Burke, Ed Clancy, Geraint Thomas and Peter Kennaugh
Team GB's track cyclists Steven Burke, Ed Clancy, Geraint Thomas and Peter Kennaugh retained their men's team pursuit title in the velodrome. They broke their own world record to take the gold medal on day seven of the Games.
Anna Watkins and Katherine Grainger
Team GB's Anna Watkins and Katherine Grainger celebrate after winning gold in the women's double sculls final of the rowing on day seven. Grainger, 36, was a silver medallist at three previous Games.
Alan Campbell and Karina Bryant
Alan Campbell and Karina Bryant both claimed bronze on day seven. His performance was enough to win Team GB's first medal in the men's single sculls since 1928 and 33 year-old Bryant came from behind to win the women's +78kg judo.
William Satch and George Nash
William Satch and George Nash won bronze in the men's rowing pair final. The two were only put in the pair boat earlier this year after Andy Triggs Hodge and Pete Reed were moved back into the men's four.
Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy c
Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy celebrate with their gold medals after setting a new world record in the Men's Team Sprint Track Cycling final on day six of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Velodrome.
Chris Bartley, Richard Chamber, Rob Williams and Peter Chambers.
Team GB Lightweight mens rowing four silver medallists Chris Bartley, Richard Chambers, Rob Williams and Peter Chambers on day six.
Peter Wilson
Peter Wilson shot his way to gold in the men's double trap competition at the Royal Artillery Barracks on 2 August. It's Britain's first shooting medal in the Olympics since Sydney 2000.
Philip Hindes
Team GB's Philip Hindes celebrates after setting a new world record and winning gold in the Men's Team Sprint Track Cycling final on Day six of the London 2012 Olympic Games in the Velodrome.
Etienne Stott and Tim Baillie
Etienne Stott and Tim Baillie also won a gold in the canoe slalom C2 event, Britain's first ever in the event. The pair, ranked sixth in the world, produced an error free run to claim the shock win. Another British duo claimed the silver.
Richard Hounslow, David Florence, Mark Delaney
Richard Hounslow and David Florence celebrated their second place in the C2 by taking a dip with coach Mark Delaney.
Gemma Gibbons
Gemma Gibbons was another silver medal winner for Team GB on 2 August. She was in tears after winning her semi-final in the women's 78kg judo, but ended up losing in the final to American Kayla Harrison.
Peter Chambers, Rob Williams, Richard Chambers and Chris Bartley
Peter Chambers, Rob Williams, Richard Chambers and Chris Bartley take the applause of the crowd after getting a silver in the men's lightweight four rowing. They were edged out by a fraction of a second by winners South Africa.
Bradley Wiggins
Bradley Wiggins has added Olympic gold to his Tour de France victory by winning the cycling time trial. He completed the 44km (27.5 mile) course in 50 minutes 39 seconds to triumph by 42 seconds ahead of German Tony Martin.
Chris Froome
Britain's Chris Froome won the bronze medal in the Olympic cycling time trial. He finished second in the Tour de France last month behind Bradley Wiggins. The time trial race started and finished outside Hampton Court Palace.
Michael Jamieson
Michael Jamieson won Olympic 200m breaststroke silver and broke his own British record in the Aquatics Centre. Hungary's Daniel Gyurta won gold in a new world record time with Japan's Ryo Tateishi in third.
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning
Great Britain have claimed their first gold medal of the London Olympics. Rowers Helen Glover and Heather Stanning won the women's pair. The world silver medallists become the first British female rowers to win an Olympic title.
Great Britain's men's eight rowing team
GB's men's eight claimed a bronze medal at Eton Dorney. Constantine Louloudis, Alex Partridge, James Foad, Tom Ransley, Ric Egington, Mo Sbihi, Greg Searle, Matt Langridge and cox Phelan Hill were beaten by Germany and Canada.
Zara Phillips
Zara Phillips competes in the eventing at Greenwich Park. The Queen's grand-daughter said she was "disappointed" with her performance but the team still went on to win the silver medal behind Germany. Royals including Prince Harry, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge watched the competition.
Daniel Purvis, Max Whitlock, Louis Smith, Kristian Thomas and Sam Oldham from Great Britain
Great Britain's men have won an Olympic bronze medal in the gymnastics team final. Louis Smith, Sam Oldham, Kristian Thomas, Max Whitlock and Dan Purvis sealed the first Olympic GB team medal since a bronze in 1912.
Rebecca Adlington
Rebecca Adlington saw Camille Muffat of France take her Olympic 400m freestyle crown but came through late on to take bronze. At the halfway mark she was down in sixth. She now goes for another medal in the 800m freestyle.
Lizzie Armitstead
Lizzie Armitstead won Britain's first medal of the 2012 Olympics in the women's road race on day two. Nicole Cooke, who won the race four years ago, finished 31st with team mate Emma Pooley in 40th position.