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Rio Olympics 2016: Great Britain win Olympic canoe slalom silver

David Florence and Richard Hounslow narrowly missed out on Britain's second canoe slalom gold in two days, winning silver in the C2 double at Rio 2016. Florence and Hounslow, both 34, were unable to improve on their second-place finish at London 2012.

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Brazil's first gold, Usain Bolt's samba: Rio Olympics 2016: day three – in pictures

Fiona Pennie of Great Britain competes in a heat of the kayak K1 women canoe slalom. Photograph: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP

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London Olympic hopefuls: David Florence

Great Britain's David Florence gets used to the rapids at the Lee Valley White Water Centre in Hertfordshire. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/Pre...

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100 Iconic Photographs From London 2012

Gold medalist Etienne Stott of Great Britain celebrate after the medal ceremony after the Men's Canoe Double (C2) Slalom final on Day 6 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Lee Valley White Water Centre on August 2, 2012 in London, England. Great Britain won silver and Slovakia won bronze.

Olympics shooting: Peter Wilson wins double trap gold

Olympics shooting: GB's Peter Wilson wins double trap gold - Britain's fourth gold medal of the London Olympics with victory in the double trap competition.

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Rio Olympics 2016: Liam Heath and Jon Schofield claim 200m kayak silver

Great Britain's Liam Heath and Jon Schofield won the silver medal in the men's 200m kayak double behind Saul Craviotto and Cristian Toro of Spain.

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David Florence and Richard Hounslow claim Rio 2016 silver in canoe slalom

David Florence and Richard Hounslow of Great Britain win silver at Rio 2016 for…

Gold stuns GB canoe slalom duo Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott

BBC Sport - Gold stuns GB canoe slalom duo Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott

Athlete: Sean Conway Sean Conway is an extreme endurance adventurer from Zimbabwe . Sean's most famous for completing a triathlon around Great Britain . He swam up the west coast of Britain via the east coast of Ireland in 2013 (900 miles/1400km) - the first person to ever complete the feat. The swim took Sean 135 days 90 of which he spent in the water. He finished his adventure by running from John OGroats to Lands End having already cycled the same distance. Sean has previously…

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