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The Olympics a year on: Which GB winners do you remember?

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Great Britain won a whopping 29 gold medals at last year's Olympic Games in London - but how many of this video selection can you still recognise?

On the track, in the water, on the bike and in the ring - Team GB surpassed even their own high expectations by finishing third in the overall medals table, behind the USA and China but ahead of the likes of Russia, Germany and a very disappointing Australia.

Not bad for a country with only an above-average population, and previously with a mediocre reputation at the summer games.

Some of the winners are pretty easy to identify - and if you don't get a couple of these, you probably shouldn't be wasting your time reading sports articles.

Some are a lot harder though - particularly in those sports that did not take place in the Olympic Park. How's your rowing knowledge nowadays?

There are 13 of the 29 gold medals on show in this video, and 22 individuals to name if you take into account the team events.

The answers are given below - so scroll down beyond the two pictures once you've answered as many as you can.

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THE ANSWERS:

1. Mo Farah (5,000m)

2. Jessica Ennis (heptathlon)

3. Greg Rutherford (long jump)

4. Chris Hoy (keirin)

5. Victoria Pendleton (keirin)

6. Laura Trott, Dani King, Joanna Roswell (women’s team pursuit)

7. Peter Kennaugh, Ed Clancy, Geraint Thomas, Steven Burke (men’s team pursuit)

8. Jason Kenny (sprint)

9. Nicola Adams (boxing)

10. Luke Campbell (boxing)

11. Anthony Joshua (boxing)

12. Andy Triggs Hodge, Pete Reed, Alex Gregory, Tom James (men’s coxless fours)

13. Katherine Copeland and Sophie Hosking (women’s lightweight double sculls)

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