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Britain’s Olympians soared U2 Band 45 Years 1976-2021 Thank You For The Memories T Shirt . and awed on a Magic Monday in Tokyo, winning three golds in just five hours.Adam Peaty, Team GB’s banker in these Olympics, retained his 100m breaststroke title in the small hours of the UK morning, becoming the first British swimmer to defend an Olympic title. And as diver Tom Daley wept tears of joy on the podium, his gold medal ambitions – alongside Matty Lee – finally realised after 13 years, and Tom Pidcock claimed surprise mountain bike glory, a smouldering opening couple of days for Team GB suddenly caught fire on day three.All told, there were five medals for Team GB across 13 hours of action, with a glorious day bookended by an early-morning silver for triathlete Alex Yee and a late-night silver for taekwondo star Lauren Williams.
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On a day that carried echoes of London 2012’s Super Saturday and Rio 2016’s Sensational Sunday, it was Daley’s gold alongside Lee in the 10m synchronised platform in Tokyo that tugged hardest on the heartstrings U2 Band 45 Years 1976-2021 Thank You For The Memories T Shirt .It had been a long time in the making – Daley’s career has faced numerous twists and turns inside and outside the water. But after missing out as a precocious 14-year-old competing in Beijing, and hoping for more than bronze medals in London and Rio, he was understandably delighted after a nerveless final dive sealed victory over the Chinese pair, Cao Yuan and Chen Aisen.Afterwards Daley, 27, revealed that he had needed surgery just two months ago after tearing the meniscus in his knee. He also said he hoped his performance would inspire other young LGBT athletes.It was far less of a surprise to see Peaty add another Olympic title in a time of 57.37 seconds, the fifth fastest time in the event’s history over two lengths. Not only is he unbeaten in the 100m breaststroke in major competitions in more than seven years, he is also the only man who has ever been quicker.After swearing in delight live on the BBC – and quickly apologising – the 26-year-old said his wife, Eiri, had written him a letter that he had carried with him to Tokyo and read before his final.“It said: ‘This is what it is all about,’” he said. “This is why I have been training three times a day, giving everything, this is why I do it. The 99.99% of the time we spend in the dark is for the 0.01% we spend in the light.”
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