Team GB's medal winners from Rio 2016 Olympics
Last Updated: 22/08/16 8:11am
Team GB are raking in the medals at Rio 2016
All of Team GB's Olympic gold, silver and bronze medal winners at Rio 2016 as they set a new record for medals at an overseas games.
Adam Peaty kicked off Team GB's 2016 medal haul with gold in the pool on day two and for good measure broke his old world record - claiming gold to become the first British man since Adrian Moorhouse in 1988 to win an Olympic swimming gold.
And that medal was to be the start of a rush as GB achieved their target of 48 medals with five days of competition remaining.
That total was achieved when Jason Kenny claimed his sixth Olympic gold medal to join Sir Chris Hoy as Britain's greatest ever Olympian and GB moved to 50 in total on day eleven.
GB claimed 65 medals at London 2012 but set the target for Rio 2016 at 48, a feat they achieved with a whole host of historic achievements in gymnastics, swimming, athletics, rowing, diving and utter dominance in the velodrome.
Adam Peaty celebrates his gold medal in Rio
Adam Peaty (Swimming, men's 100m breaststroke) Joe Clarke (Canoeing, slalom K1) Jack Laugher, Chris Mears (Diving, men's synchronised 3m springboard) Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny, Callum Skinner (Cycling, men's team sprint)
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning (Rowing, women's pairs)
Great Britain's Helen Glover (left) and Heather Stanning (right) celebrate winning gold in the Women's Pair Final
Alex Gregory, Mohamed Sbihi, George Nash and Constantine Louloudis (Rowing, men's four) Bradley Wiggins, Owain Doull, Stephen Burke, Ed Clancy (Cycling, men's team pursuit) Scott Durant, Tom Ransley, Andrew Triggs-Hodge, Matthew Gotrel, Pete Reed, Paul Bennett, Matt Langridge, William Satch, Phelan Hill (Rowing, men's eight) Joanna Rowsell-Shand, Laura Trott, Elinor Barker, Kate Archibald (Cycling, women's team pursuit) Mo Farah (Athletics, men's 10,000m and 5,000m) Max Whitlock (Gymnastics, men's floor and men's pommel horse) Justin Rose (Golf, men's individual) Jason Kenny (Cycling, men's individual pursuit) Andy Murray (Tennis, men's singles) Charlotte Dujardin (Equestrian, individual dressage) Giles Scott (Sailing, men's finn) Laura Trott (Cycling, women's omnium) Jason Kenny (Cycling, men's keirin) Alistair Brownlee (men's Triathlon) Hannah Mills and Saskia Clarke (Sailing, women's 470) Jade Jones (Taekwondo, women's -57kg) Nick Skelton (Equestrian, individual showjumping) Maddie Hinch, Laura Unsworth, Crista Cullen, Hannah MacLeod, Susannah Townsend, Kate Richardson-Walsh, Alex Danson, Giselle Ansley, Sophie Bray, Hollie Webb, Nicola White, Georgie Twigg, Helen Richardson-Walsh, Sam Quek, Shona McCallin, Lily Owsley (Hockey. women's tournament) Liam Heath (Canoeing, men's 200m single kayak) Nicola Adams (Boxing, women's flyweight division) Silver (23)
Jazz Carlin secured a well-deserved silver
Jazz Carlin (Swimming, women's 400m freestyle and women's 800m freestyle)
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor (Swimming, women's 200m individual medley)
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor proudly displays her silver medal
Duncan Scott, Stephen Milne, Dan Wallace, James Guy (Swimming, men's 4x200m freestyle) Katherine Grainger and Vicky Thornley (Rowing, women's double sculls) David Florence and Richard Hounslow (Canoeing, slalom C2 double) Men's Team (Rugby Sevens) Carl Hester, Charlotte Dujardin, Fiona Bigwood, Spencer Wilton (Equestrian, Team Dressage) Bryony Page (Women's Trampoline) Katie Greves, Melanie Wilson, Frances Houghton, Polly Swann, Jessica Eddie, Olivia Carnegie-Brown, Karen Bennett, Zoe Lee, Zoe De Toledo (Rowing, women's eight) Becky James ( Cycling, women's keirin and women's sprint) Chris Walker-Hebborn, Adam Peaty, James Guy, Duncan Scott (Swimming, men's 4x100m medley) Jessica Ennis-Hill (Athletics, women's heptathlon) Nick Dempsey (Sailing, RS:X) Louis Smith (Gymnastics, men's pommel horse) Callum Skinner (Cycling, men's individual pursuit) Mark Cavendish (Cycling, men's omnium) Jack Laugher (Diving, men's 3m spring) Liam Heath and Jon Schofield (Canoeing, men's 200m double kayak) Jonathan Brownlee (men's Triathlon) Lutalo Muhammad (Taekwondo, men's -80kg)
Joe Joyce (Boxing, men's Super-heavyweight)
Silver medalists Great Britain pose during the medal ceremony for the Men's Rugby Seven
Daniel Goodfellow and Tom Daley won bronze
Chris Froome (Cycling, men's time trial) Tom Daley & Daniel Goodfellow (Diving, men's 10m synchro) Edward Ling (Shooting, men's trap) Steven Scott (Shooting, men's double trap) Sally Conway (Judo, women's -70kg) Max Whitlock (Gymnastics, men's all-around) Greg Rutherford (Athletics, men's long jump) Sophie Hitchon (Athletics, women's hammer) Amy Tinkler (Gymnastics, women's floor) Nile Wilson (Gymnastics, men's high bar) Katie Marchant (Cycling, women's sprint) Marcus Ellis and Chris Langridge (Badminton, men's doubles) Asha Philip, Desiree Henry, Dina Asher-Smith, Daryll Neita (Athletics, women's 4x100m relay) Vicky Holland (women's Triathlon) Bianca Walkden (Taekwondo, women's +67kg)
Eilidh Child, Anyika Onuora, Emily Diamond, Christine Ohuruogu (Athletics, women's 4x400m relay)