Team GB’s 43 Gold Medalists

Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Team GB) won 29 Gold medals at this summer’s London 2012 Olympics. It took the dedication, sacrifice and hard work of 43 individual athletes to achieve.  
Team GB - The 42 olympic gold medalists
Team GB – The 43 olympic gold medalists
  Athletics gold medals Greg Rutherford – Long Jump Jessica Ennis – heptathlon Alister Brownlee – Triathlon Mo Farah – 5000m & 10,000m Tennis gold medal Andy Murray – Singles – (Also a silver medal in mixed doubles) Equestrian gold medals Charlotte Dujardin – Individual & Team Laura Bechtolsheimer – team dressage (also a bronze medal in individual dressage) Scott Brash – team jumping Peter Charles – team jumping Carl Hester – team dressage Ben Maher – Jumping Nick Skelton – Team Jumping Cycling gold medals Laura Trott – Omnium & Team Pursuit Victoria Pendleton – Keirin (also a silver medal in the sprint) Ed Clancy – team pursuit (also bronze medal in the omnium) Bradley Wiggins – Time Trial Peter Kennaugh – Team Pursuit Philip Hinds – Team Sprit Joanna Rowsell – Team Pursuit Geraint Thomas – Team Pursuit Steven Burke – team pursuit Dani King – team pursuit Chris Hoy – Keirin & Team Sprint Jason Kenny – Sprint & Team Sprint Shooting gold medal Peter Wilson – Double Trap boxing gold medals Nicola Adams – Flyweight Luke Campbell – Bantamweight Anthony Joshua – Super Heavyweight Taekwondo gold medals Jade Jones – Taekwondo gold medal – 57kg Canoe gold medals Tim Baillie – Slalom Double C2 Etienne Stott – Slalom Double C2 Ed McKeever – Sprint Kayak Single K1 200m Rowing gold medals Helen Glover – pair Katherine Grainger – Double Sculls Alex Gregory – Men’s Four Andrew Triggs Hodge – Men’s Four Katherine Copeland – Lightweight Double Sculls Tom James – Men’s Four Peter Reed – Men’s Four Sophie Hosking – Lightweight Double Sculls Heather Stanning – Pair Anna Watkins – Double Sculls Sailing gold medal Ben Ainslie – Sailing – Finn