World Olympic Dreams: medallists

This is the full list of medals won by BBC World Olympic Dreams athletes.

World Olympic Dreams followed the athletes for two years as they prepared for London 2012. To find out more about their stories, visit the World Olympic Dreams website.

BBC World Class twinned the schools the athletes attended with schools in the UK - who have shared in the athletes journeys. You can find out more about these partnerships here.

Medals won by World Olympic Dreams athletes

Alistair Brownlee, triathlon: Gold

Alistair Brownlee's triathlon triumph Alistair Brownlee's triathlon triumph

Emily Seebohm, swimming: Gold - women's 4x100m freestyle relay; 2 x Silver - women's 200m backstroke, women's 4x100m medley relay

He Zi, diving: Gold - women's 3m synchro springboard; Silver - women's individual 3m springboard

Im Dong-Hyun, archery: Bronze - men's team

Ivan Ukhov, athletics: Gold - men's high jump

MC Mary Kom, boxing: Bronze - women's flyweight

Olga Kharlan, fencing: Bronze - women's individual sabre

Rohullah Nikpai, taekwondo: Bronze - men's -68kg

Ivan Ukhov beats the bar Ivan Ukhov beats the bar

Sarah Menezes, judo: Gold - women's -48kg

Usain Bolt, athletics: 3 x Gold - men's 100m, men's 200m, men's 4x100m relay

Wu Minxia, diving: 2 x Gold - women's individual 3m springboard, women's 3m synchro springboard

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