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Pictures: All of Team GB's medal winners at Rio Olympics 2016

Check out our photo gallery of all of Team GB's medal winners at the Rio Olympics.
Joe Joyce won Team GB's very last medal of the Games - a silver in the super heavyweight boxing. It means Britain end with a total of 27 gold medals, 23 silvers and 17 bronze medals from the 2016 Rio Games.
Joe JoycePA
Come on the Mo Bot! Long-distance runner Mo Farah has won gold in the 5,000m race, meaning he has managed a double double, winning gold medals in the 5,000 and 10,000m races in two different Olympic Games!
Mo Farah with gold medalAFP/Getty
Nicola Adams has managed to defend her title by winning gold in the women's flyweight boxing making her officially the most successful amateur boxer Great Britain has ever had.
Nicola AdamsPA
Anyika Onuora, Emily Diamond, Christine Ohurougu, and Eilidh Doyle raced to an amazing bronze medal in the women's 4x400m relay.
4x400m relay teamAFP/getty
Bianca Walkden joined her team-mate Jade Jones by winning Team GB a medal in taekwondo! She won a Bronze medal in the women's +67kg category.
Bianca WalkdenPA
Vicky Holland broke records when she bagged Team GB a Bronze medal, by becoming the first British woman to win an Olympic Triathlon.
Vicky HollandReuters
Liam Heath has paddled his way to victory in the men's kayak 200m finals winning a gold!
Liam HeathAFP/Getty
The Team GB Women's Hockey Team bagged themselves their first Olympic gold medal after an epic penalty shoot-out against world champions, the Netherlands. What's particularly awesome, is that Team GB didn't lose a single game the entire Olympics! You go ladies!
Team GB HockeyALLSPORT/Getty
Team GB's fantastic four have won bronze in the Women's 4x100m relay race. Asha Philip, Desiree Henry, Asher-Smith and Daryll Neita ran a British record of 41.77 seconds in Rio's Olympic Stadium - Amazing!
Women's 4x100m relay raceAFP/Getty
Heroic horse-rider Nick Skelton jumped his way to a gold medal in the Team Jumping event, becoming our second-oldest Olympian! He initially retired from horse-riding 16 years ago, after he badly hurt his neck, but we're pretty glad he decided to get back his horse again!
Nick SkeltonReuters
Lutalo Muhammad was set to follow in team-mate Jade Jones' footsteps in the men's -80kg taekwondo final. However a last second defeat against Cheick Sallah Cisse of the Ivory Coast meant he won silver instead of gold.
Lutalo MuhammadPA
Jade Jones fought to hold on to her gold title in the -57kg taekwondo. She's now a double Olympic champion, having won gold at London 2012 as well.
Jade Jones with gold medalGetty Images
The second British gold of day 13 came from Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark in women's 470 sailing event. The pair had built up such a big lead that they only need to finish the medal race to take gold.
Hannah Mills and Saskia ClarkReuters
Alistair Brownlee won gold in the men's triathlon. He is the first person to successfully defend his title, having won gold at London 2012 as well.
Alistair BrownleePA
Alistair beat his brother, Jonny, into second place. Jonny gets the silver medal - an improvement from the bronze he won at London 2012.
Jonny Brownlee and Alistair BrownleePA
Look at that face! Chris Langridge and Marcus Ellis celebrate after winning the men's badminton doubles bronze medal match.
Chris Langridge and Marcus EllisAllsport/Getty Images
Jon Schofield and Liam Heath won Team GB's first medal of day 13. The pair took silver in the 200m kayak double event. It's an improvement on the bronze medal they got at London 2012.
Jon Schofield and Liam HeathAFP/Getty Images
Jack Laugher won a silver in the men's individual 3m springboard diving. It's his second medal of the Games, after he won a gold with teammate Chris Mears in the 3m synchro. His silver brought Team GB's total medal count to 50 at the end of day 11.
Jack Laugher with silver medalGetty Images
Joshua Buatsi won Team GB's first boxing medal at Rio, with a bronze in the light-heavyweight. He said he would have liked to get a gold, but winning any medal at all was more than he expected.
Joshua Buatsi wins Olympic bronzeGetty Images
Nile Wilson is the first Briton to win a medal in the gymnastics horizontal bar, with a bronze at Rio 2016. He's the first British man to even qualify for an Olympic high bar final, so getting a medal as well is pretty impressive!
Nile Wilson poses for photographs after the medal ceremony for the Horizontal BarGetty Images
The youngest member of Team GB, Amy Tinkler, won a bronze medal with her gymnastics floor routine. The 16-year-old said she'd never expected to get a medal, and was inspired by fellow gymnasts Max Whitlock and Louis Smith who won gold and silver in the men's pommel horse.
Amy Tinkler recieves bronze medalGetty Images
Becky James won her second silver medal of the Rio Games, coming second in the cycling women's sprint.
Becky James with silver medalGetty Images
Katy Marchant joined Becky James on the podium. She added another bronze to GB cyclists' medal haul. Becky used to be a heptathlete, but switched to cycling in time to train for Rio.
Katy Marchant with bronze medalGetty Images
Jason Kenny bagged his sixth gold medal by winning the keirin cycling event. That means he's got as many Olympic golds as the record holder, Sir Chris Hoy, who's also a cyclist.
Jason Kenny with keirin gold medalGetty Images
Laura Trott became the first ever British woman to win four Olympic gold medals, with victory in the omnium. The omnium is a bit like a heptathalon for cycling. Competitors have to complete six different races. Laura came first in three, second in two, and seventh in one, winning her a gold overall.
Laura Trott celebrates winning omniumGetty Images
Sailor Giles Scott took GB's 17th gold medal of the Rio Games, with a victory in the Finn class competition. It's the fifth time in a row that the competition has been won by Team GB.
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Cyclist Mark Cavendish achieved his ambition of winning an Olympic medal by taking silver in the omnium. Mark's won four world titles on the road and track but missed out on a medal in his previous two Olympic Games.
Mark CavendishReuters
Charlotte Dujardin became the second British woman to win three Olympic gold medals by retaining her individual dressage title in Rio. "It means the absolute world to me to come out here and finish off being individual gold medallist again," Charlotte said, after winning her gold medal aboard horse Valegro.
Charlotte DujardinAP
Sophie Hitchon won a bronze medal in the women's hammer at the Rio Olympics. She threw a British record of 74.54 metres on her final attempt to snatch a medal.
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Gymnast Max Whitlock won two Olympic gold medals in the space of just a few hours...
Max WhitlockPA
...He was crowned champion of the floor exercise and then champion on the pommel horse.
Max Whitlock in the pommel horse finalAllsport/Getty Images
Close behind Max in the men's pommel horse was Louis Smith, who took the silver medal. It's his third Olympic Games in which he's won a medal - he won bronze at Beijing in 2008 and silver in London in 2012.
Louis SmithGetty Images
Following on from his Wimbledon win this summer, British tennis star Andy Murray successfully defended his Olympic title and got his hands on a gold medal once again in the men's tennis singles. He beat Argentina's Juan Martin del Potro in an epic final match.
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Out on the water, Team GB's Nick Dempsey took silver to become the first male windsurfer to win three Olympic medals. His first Olympic medal was in 2004 and then he won silver in London in 2012.
Nick DempseyAP
Cyclist Jason Kenny won his fifth Olympic gold medal in the men's sprint final at Rio 2016. Victory takes Kenny's gold tally in Rio to two after he was part of the British team that won the men's team sprint earlier in the week.
Jason KennyPA
To get gold Jason beat his GB teammate Callum Skinner, who took the silver medals. It's his second cycling medal at Rio too after he was part of the winning men's sprint team.
Callum SkinnerPA
Team GB's Justin Rose became golf's first Olympic champion since 1904, when the sport was last in the Games. He beat Sweden's Henrik Stenson in a thrilling final round at Rio 2016.
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Team GB's men took silver in the swimming 4x100m medley relay. They set a new British record, finishing the race in three minutes 29.24 seconds. They couldn't catch the American team, led by superstar Michael Phelps, who won his 23rd gold medal - more than any other Olympian in history.
Chris Walker-Hebborn, Adam Peaty, James Guy and Duncan Scott with silver medalsGetty Images
Mo Farah held on to his gold 10,000m title, despite falling over during the race! He's the first British track athlete to win three Olympic gold medals. He said: "I've won an Olympic gold for three of my children." Now he's hoping to get one more for his fourth child before the end of the Games.
Mo Farah with gold medalGetty Images
Defending champion Jessica Ennis-Hill narrowly missed out on gold in the heptathlon. She finished first in the 800m, the last event of the seven-part competition, but that wasn't quite enough. Jess was emotional after the race, hinting that it might be the last time she competes.
Jessica Ennis-HillReuters
Greg Rutherford took bronze in the long jump with a final leap of 8.29m. But he said he was disappointed not have been able to hold on to top spot after having won gold at the London Olympics back in 2012.
Greg Rutherford after winning bronzeAP
Cyclist Becky James bagged a silver medal for Team GB in the keirin on day eight. Becky was in last position with one lap to go, but pushed forward with enough speed to cross the line in second position.
Becky James with silver medalGetty Images
Team GB's women set a new cycling world record as they won gold in the team pursuit. The victory saw Laura Trott (second from right) become the first British woman ever to win three Olympic gold medals. She and her team, including Joanna Rowsell Shand, Elinor Barker and Katie Archibald clocked a time of four minutes 10.236 seconds, beating the United States to hold on to the title.
Joanna Rowsell Shand, Elinor Barker, Laura Trott and Katie Archibald celebrate during the medal ceremony for the women's team pursuitEPA
The rowing men's eight team stormed their way to a gold medal for the first time since the Sydney Olympics in 2000. Scott Durant, Tom Ransley, Matt Langridge, William Satch, Andrew Triggs-Hodge, Matthew Gotrel, Pete Reed, and Paul Bennett, made up the rowing team, along with Phelan Hill as cox.
Scott Durant, Tom Ransley, Matt Langridge, William Satch, Andrew Triggs-Hodge, Matthew Gotrel, Pete Reed, and Paul Bennett and Phelan Hill pose with their medalsReuters
Team GB won their first ever Olympic medal in the women's eight rowing, with a silver in the final on Saturday. The team of Katie Greves, Melanie Wilson, Frances Houghton, Polly Swann, Jessica Eddie, Olivia Carnegie-Brown, Karen Bennett, and Zoe Lee and Zoe de Toledo (coxing) came in two seconds behind the US.
Katie Greves, Melanie Wilson, Frances Houghton, Polly Swann, Jessica Eddie, Olivia Carnegie-Brown, Karen Bennett, Zoe Lee and Zoe de ToledoReuters
Jazz Carlin snatched a second silver medal, in the women's 800m swimming freestyle. With two medals from one Olympic Games, she's one of Wales's most successful swimmers ever.
Jazz Carlin with silver medalGetty Images
Team GB's cycling team pursuit quartet took the gold, and set a new world record in the process. Steven Burke, Owain Doull, Edward Clancy and Bradley Wiggins beat their Australian rivals by almost a second, completing the 4km race in three minutes 50.265 seconds.
Owain Doull, Edward Clancy, Steven Burke and Bradley Wiggins with gold medalsGetty Images
Bryony Page was over the moon to land a silver medal in the trampolining. She's the first British woman ever to win an Olympic trampoline medal and said that her final performance was the best she'd done all year.
Bryony Page with silver medalGetty Images
GB's dressage team, Fiona Bigwood, Charlotte Dujardin, Carl Hester and Spencer Wilton secured a silver with the help of their talented horses. Carl Hester praised their four-legged partners: "These horses have travelled halfway across the world and the fact they can perform at this level is so incredible. We're very happy with how they have gone."
Fiona Bigwood, Charlotte Dujardin, Carl Hester and Spencer WiltonEPA
Alex Gregory, Mohamed Sbihi, George Nash and Constantine Louloudis waved to crowds after winning gold in the men's rowing four. It's the fifth time in a row that Team GB has won the men's four, and previous winners include Sir Steve Redgrave.
Mohammed Sbihi, George Nash, Constantine Louloudis and Alex GregoryAP
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning defended their Olympic gold, winning the women's pair in rowing. The duo were the first British female rowers to win an Olympic title when they won back in 2012, and they've now been unbeaten for 39 races over five years.
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning with gold medalsGetty Images
"It has been a hard eight years, we've worked really hard and to come out with a medal at the Olympics is fantastic," said David Florence and Richard Hounslow as they won silver in the canon slalom double.
David Florence and Richard NarrowlyGetty Images
Team GB won silver in the ever first rugby sevens final in the Olympics, after losing the gold medal match 43-7 to Fiji at the Deodoro Stadium.
Team GB men's rugby teamPA
Callum Skinner, Jason Kenny and Philip Hindes defeated New Zealand in the men’s cycling sprint final to earn Great Britain a fourth gold medal at the Olympics.
Team GB men's sprintAFP
Rowers Victoria Thornley and Katherine Grainger won silver in the women's double sculls event on Thursday. It was Katherine's fifth medal from five Games - making her the most successful Team GB female Olympian in history.
Katherine Grainger and Victoria ThornleyGetty Images
Gymnast Max Whitlock won bronze in the men's individual all-around event on Wednesday night.
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Jack Laugher and Chris Mears made history by winning Team GB's first ever Olympic diving gold. They beat the USA and China in the men's synchronised 3m springboard on "Wonderful Wednesday".
Jack Laugher and Chris MearsGetty Images
Sally Conway smiles as she celebrates getting a bronze medal in the judo -70kg event.
Sally ConwayGetty Images
Joe Clarke jumps for joy after winning Team GB's second gold of the Games in the kayak slalom on Wednesday.
Joe ClarkeGetty Images
Steve Scott beat fellow Brit Tim Kneale to a bronze in the men's double trap shooting.
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Tour de France champion Chris Froome won the first of six Team GB medals on "wonderful Wednesday" - he got a bronze in the men's time trial event.
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The men's 4x200m freestyle relay team powered to a silver medal in the pool on Tuesday night.
Team GB men's 4x200m freestyle relay teamGetty Images
"It is the best feeling in the world," said Siobhan-Marie O'Connor after she won silver in the 200m individual medley.
Siobhan-Marie O'ConnorGetty Images
Tom Daley and Dan Goodfelow have only been training together since October but they dived their way to a bronze in the synchronised 10m platform.
Tom Daley and Dan GoodfellowGetty Images
Ed Ling is a farmer from Somerset - and now he's also a bronze medal winner in Olympic trap shooting.
Ed LingGetty Images
Jazz Carlin took silver not long after Adam Peaty's world record-breaking gold. She finished second in the women's 400m freestyle.
Jazz CarlinGetty Images
Adam Peaty kicked off Team GB's Rio medal wins in style - by breaking his own world record. The 21-year-old won the 100m breaststroke final on Sunday night.
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