Theresa May a definitely a sporty side, although a patriotic one. Here, she wore a pair of Union Flag sequined sneakers at the Team GB Olympic Rowers Homecoming Parade in 2012.

Theresa May a definitely a sporty side, although a patriotic one. Here, she wore a pair of Union Flag sequined sneakers at the Team GB Olympic Rowers Homecoming Parade in 2012.

Theresa May a definitely a sporty side – although a patriotic one. Here, she wore a pair of Union Flag sequinned sneakers at the Team GB Olympic Rowers Homecoming Parade in 2012.

Theresa May a definitely a sporty side – although a patriotic one. Here, she wore a pair of Union Flag sequinned sneakers at the Team GB Olympic Rowers Homecoming Parade in 2012.

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Sir Steve Redgrave (UK) was the first athlete to win gold medals at 5 successive Olympic Games in an endurance sport - Rowing

Sir Steve Redgrave (UK) was the first athlete to win gold medals at 5 successive Olympic Games in an endurance sport - Rowing

Olympic rower Will Satch, 27, has been denied by nearly 50 banks when trying to buy his first home. The athlete from Oxfordshire has enlisted the help of Princess Anne to overcome his troubles.

Olympic rower Will Satch, 27, has been denied by nearly 50 banks when trying to buy his first home. The athlete from Oxfordshire has enlisted the help of Princess Anne to overcome his troubles.

London 2012 Olympics: GB's medallists may be barefooted on podium after BOA take tough stance over sponsorship  Some of Britain’s leading athletes, including Mark Cavendish and Mo Farah, may collect any London 2012 Olympic medals in bare feet to avoid contractual issues with personal sponsors following a row with the British Olympic Association over marketing rights | Flag day: Great Britain's Mo Farah may recieve his medal barefooted Photo: GETTY IMAGES

London 2012 Olympics: GB's medallists may be barefooted on podium after BOA take tough stance over sponsorship Some of Britain’s leading athletes, including Mark Cavendish and Mo Farah, may collect any London 2012 Olympic medals in bare feet to avoid contractual issues with personal sponsors following a row with the British Olympic Association over marketing rights | Flag day: Great Britain's Mo Farah may recieve his medal barefooted Photo: GETTY IMAGES

Team GB's Olympic stamps! Image: Alex Gregory, Tom James, Pete Reed and Andrew Triggs-Hodge

Team GB's Olympic stamps! Image: Alex Gregory, Tom James, Pete Reed and Andrew Triggs-Hodge

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