The team of Great Britain is very much on song to beat the all-time record for Olympic medals at Rio Olympics after officially touching the best overseas Games tally with a haul of 50.
Another shower of medals in sporting events on Day 11 would eventually mean that Great Britain has overtakenthe Beijing tally of 47 medals, and with five days of action still to go, a lot more medals are still expected to come Great Britain’s way. They are continuing to maintain their good run in Olympic games and hence expectations from great Britain are on a high. By the time, the Rio event comes to an end, Great Britain will be having a lot in their hand as per the expectation and prediction.
As per the predictions, the team of Great Britain was probable to overtake their last performance of the London 2012 tally of 65 medals, and is already ahead of where it was four years ago i.e in London Olympics. After the 11th Day in the home Games, London Olympics 2012, the country’s total tally of medals was 48.
50-up – and more importantly for the standings, 19 golds – puts Britain ahead of China despite having a fraction of the population. This is a huge achievement for the Great Britain team and their lovers.
As a matter of fact, if all the swimming medals were subtracted, Great Britain would be having more gold than the mighty US – and would have topped the medals table.
Day 11 witnessed Laura Trott win gold, sailor Giles Scott take gold, cyclists Rebecca James and Katy Marchant grab silver and bronze respectively in the women’s sprint, and gymnasts Amy Tinkler and Nile Wilson lay their hands on bronze. It eventually turned out to be a really happy day for the Great Britain and their fans and it came with the happy news of medals of all three colours in plenty.
Boxer Josh Buatsi’s lose in his light-heavyweight semi-final officially earned him a bronze medal, which was Britain’s 48th of this Olympic Games.
Minutes after Buatsi’s medal was finalized, cyclist Jason Kenny won in the men’s Keirin to take Team GB’s tally of gold medals to 19 in Rio, which equals the number of medals they won in Beijing.
Later on, diver Jack Laugher grabbed silver in the 3m individual springboard to the gold he won with Chris Mears in the synchronized event, and brought up Team GB’s half century of medals at Rio Olympics.
The target for the entire Rio games was 48. But the the team of Great Britain is well on course to win a handful of many more.
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