Sir Chris Hoy has described Philip Hindes as one of the best sprinters in the world and believes the Manchester-based star is capable of winning Olympic gold once again.
Justin Rose and Danny Willett will make their long-awaited Team GB bows on day six of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as golf makes its return to the Olympic programme.
Jack Laugher and Chris Mears came through an almighty battle to become Team GB’s first diving champions in the history of the Olympic Games after the men’s 3m synchro final.
The narrative of the gymnastics team final saw as many twists and turns as the actual competition itself with Great Britain narrowly missing out on a medal.
Team GB won two quick-fire swimming silver medals on day four of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games as Siobhan-Marie O’Connor and the men’s 4x200m relay squad ensured they made a splash in the pool.
Sir Ben Ainslie may not be gracing Rio’s waters after three straight Olympic titles in the Finn class but Giles Scott is ready to continue Great Britain’s dominance in the event on Tuesday.
Now with an Olympic bronze to go with the flat they already share together – everything is rather neatly synchronised for Tom Daley and Dan Goodfellow.
Diver Tom Daley will take centre stage on Monday as he looks to add to the 10m platform bronze he won four years ago at London 2012.
It was a night to remember in the pool as Adam Peaty ended Great Britain’s 28-year wait for an Olympic male swimming champion, while Jazz Carlin also chipped in with a silver medal.
There is an aquatics medal in Team GB’s sights on day two as Alicia Blagg and Rebecca Gallantree go for glory in the 3m springboard final.
Team GB’s male gymnasts shone on the opening day of action at the 2016 Olympic Games and will have their sights set on the medals next week.