TEAM GB have added two stunning golds, a silver and two bronzes so far on a triumphant Day 14 of the Tokyo Games.
Laura Muir took home the silver in the 1500 metres and we’ve got both men’s and women’s 4x100m relays coming up.
Laura Kenny bagged her historic FIFTH gold medal in the women’s Madison alongside Katie Archibald, while Kate French won in the modern pentathlon.
Kenny’s fifth gold sees the cycling star become the first British woman to win five Olympic golds.
It was also the first time a women’s Madison race had taken place in the Olympics.
And the cycling medals did not stop there – Jack Carlin added a bronze in the men’s sprint.
While in the women’s hockey, Great Britain beat India 4-3 in a thrilling match to seal bronze.
GB had been 2-0 up before India fought back to go 3-2 ahead, but the Brits proved they were the best side by winning.
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