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Team Gb 1992 Olympics

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Ohuruogu and co race to impressive relay bronze

Great Britain’s women won their first Olympic 4x400m relay medal since 1992, securing bronze behind the United States, who retained their title, and Jamaica. In doing so, they ensured that the British team surpassed the country’s record medal haul of 65, achieved at London four years ago.

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Barcelona

Team GB's Linford Christie victorious after winning gold during Men's 100M Final at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona

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Team GB finalise 366-strong party to compete at for Rio 2016

Team GB finalise 366-strong party for Rio 2016 including most women ever for an overseas Olympics

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Olympics hockey: GB women beat New Zealand to bronze

Great Britain's women won their first Olympic medal since 1992 - and only their second ever - with a 3-1 win over New Zealand in the bronze medal match.

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Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys

Team GB's complete medal count for the 1992 Barcelona Olympic games

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L'ile

Team GB's total medal count from the 1992 winter Olympic games in Albertville

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Hotel de Savoie Albertville (France)

Team GB's Wilf O'Reilly leads the pack during the final on the mens 1000m short track speed skating competition at the 1992 Albertville Olympic Games

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Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys

Official logo for the 1992 Olmypic games in Barcelona

Sometimes it is not any one individual feat that defines someone’s “greatness” as much as it is the culmination of the many accomplishments they have made as a whole. Sir Stephen Geoffrey Redgrave is one such example that exemplifies this very scenario. Stephen Redgrave (Now known as Sir Stephen Redgrave after receiving the prestigious Knighthood during the 2001 New Year’s Honors List) was born on March 23rd of 1962 in Marlow, England.

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L'anneau de vitesse 1992

Team GB's Mark Tout (front and Paul Lenox (back) at the start of their 2 man bob-sleigh run at the 1992 winter Olympic Games in Albertville.

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