Another superb Olympic Games has come to a close for Team GB, with British athletes having finished the Games with a grand total of 65 medals made up of 22 gold, 21 silver and 22 bronze.
The total puts Team GB in fourth place in the medal table overall with only China, USA and hosts Japan ahead – meaning that Great Britian has become the most successful European country for the third Games in a row.
The total also means that Great Britain has comfortably surpassed the pre-games medal target – even though it is narrowly short of beating the record haul of 67 from the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
There were two more golds for Team GB on the final day, with Jason Kenny becoming the first-ever Briton to win seven Olympic gold medals after successfully defending his men’s keirin title, and Lauren Price defeating China’s Li Qian in the women’s middleweight final – becoming the first Welsh boxer to win gold.
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Team GB’s chief Mark England described the haul as “the greatest achievement in British Olympic history” citing the “most complex and most challenging and difficult environment that we will face certainly in my lifetime.”
It’s been an Olympics full of records for British athletes, with Team GB flagbearer Hannah Mills becoming the most successful female sailor ever after a gold in the Women’s 470 with Eilidh McIntyre, while thirteen-year-old Sky Brown has become Britain’s youngest ever Olympic medallist with a bronze in Women’s Park Skateboarding.
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Team GB medals 2021
Here is a list of all of the Team GB medal winners so far at the Tokyo Olympics:
Team GB Gold medals
Lauren Price – Women’s Middleweight (Boxing)
Jason Kenny -Men’s Keirin (Cycling)
Joe Choong – Men’s Modern Pentathlon
Galal Yafai – Men’s Flyweight (Boxing)
Kate French – Women’s Modern Pentathalon
Laura Kenny & Katie Archibald – Madison Cycling
Matt Walls – Omnium Cycling
Ben Maher – Individual Showjumping
Team GB – Women’s 470 Sailing
Giles Scott – Men’s Finn (Sailing)
Dylan Fletcher & Stuart Bithell – Men’s 49er class (Sailing)
Beth Shriever – Women’s BMX racing
Charlotte Worthington – Women’s BMX freestyle
Max Whitlock – Men’s Pommel Horse (Gymnastics)
Team GB – Eventing
Team GB – Mixed triathlon relay
Team GB – Mixed 4x100m medley relay (Swimming)
Team GB – Men’s 200m relay team (Swimming)
Tom Dean – Men’s 200m freestyle (Swimming)
Adam Peaty – Men’s 100m breaststroke (Swimming)
Tom Daley & Matty Lee – Men’s synchronised 10m platform (Diving)
Tom Pidcock – Men’s cross-country mountain biking
Team GB Silver medals
Ethan Hayter & Matt Walls, Men’s Madison (Track cycling)
Team GB – Men’s 4x100m relay
Laura Muir – Women’s 1500m
Ben Whittaker – Men’s Light-heavyweight (Boxing)
Keely Hodgkinson – Women’s 800m
John Gimson & Anna Burnet – Mixed Nacra 17 (Sailing)
Team GB – Women’s team pursuit (Track cycling)
Team GB – Men’s team sprint (Track cycling)
Pat McCormack – Men’s Welterweight (Boxing)
Emily Campbell – Women’s +87kg weightlifting
Tom McEwen – Individual eventing
Kye Whyte – Men’s BMX racing
Team GB – Men’s quadruple sculls (Rowing)
Georgina Taylor-Brown – Women’s Triathalon
Duncan Scott – Men’s 200m freestyle (Swimming)
Duncan Scott – Men’s 200m individual medley (Swimming)
Team GB – Men’s 4x100m medley relay (Swimming)
Alex Yee – Men’s Triathlon
Bradly Sinden – Men’s -68kg Taekwondo
Lauren Williams – Taekwando women’s -67kg
Mallory Franklin – Women’s Canoe Slalom
Team GB Bronze medals
Josh Kerr – Men’s 1500m
Tom Daley – Men’s 10m platform (Diving)
Team GB – Women’s 4x100m relay
Jack Carlin – Men’s Sprint (Cycling)
Team GB – Women’s Hockey team
Holly Bradshaw – Women’s Pole Vault
Liam Heath – Men’s Kayak Single 200m
Frazer Clarke – Men’s Super-heavyweight (Boxing)
Sky Brown – Women’s Park Skateboarding
Jack Laugher – Men’s 3m springboard (Diving)
Bryony Page – Women’s trampolining (Gymnastics)
Luke Greenbank – Men’s 200m backstroke (Swimming)
Team GB – Men’s eight (Rowing)
Chelsie Giles – women’s -52kg Judo
Bianca Walkden – Taekwando women’s +67kg
Team GB – Women’s team final (Gymnastics)
Team GB – Team dressage final
Matthew Coward-Holley – Men’s Trap (Shooting)
Charlotte Dujardin – Individual dressage
Emma Wilson – Windsurfing
Karriss Artingstall – Women’s featherweight boxing
Declan Brooks – Men’s BMX freestyle
What is the Team GB medal target in Tokyo?
Team GB’s funding body, UK, Sport has set Great Britain’s Tokyo medal target to between 45 and 70.
This is a considerable dip from the original target set back in 2018, which was 54 to 92 medals. UK Sport explained that the reduced broad target is a result of taking into account the “extraordinary circumstances” of the past year, and how athletes and staff have had to adapt in the build-up to the Games.
It follows on from Team GB’s stellar performance in Rio, which saw them win 67 medals, 27 of them gold. They went on to finish in second place in the medal table, with the United States beating them to the top spot and China following close behind.
Beating that record haul may be unlikely, but Team GB has plenty of medal contenders in the mix, and we’ll update this page with winners as the Games take place.