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Nicola is the first female Olympic boxing champion and the first Brit to successfully defend an Olympic boxing title. Along with themes of dedication and focusing on goals, she considers the isolation of facing an opponent one on one.

Arguably one of the greatest tennis players of all time, eight-time grand slam winner and Olympic gold medalist Andre speaks about philanthropy and the power to improve communities and the lives of others.

Ben is the first sailor to win medals at five Olympics. After seeing off the Danish boat in Weymouth Bay he masterminded tactics for the victorious US team in the America’s Cup - with his sights now firmly set on leading a British challenge. Ben demonstrates the physicality, techniques and strategic nous needed to compete at the highest level. He might also confess that his blocking tactics, now universally used, once led him to require police protection.

Alistair won triathlon gold at London, while Jonny settled for a 15-second penalty and a bronze medal. However, Jonny is now World Sprint Champion.

The ‘poster girl’ of 2012 coped with the pressure of public expectations and led from the front, securing heptathlon gold in a magnificent 800m finale.

Drawing on a deep friendship, Bruno and his after dinner sparring partner Garry Richardson dish up an entertaining, thought-provoking and poignant look at Frank’s life – both in and out of the ring. Without pulling punches they conjure up the triumphs and defeats, the laughter and the tears.

Alongside her rowing partner Heather Stanning, Helen wrote herself into the history books by winning Team GB’s first gold medal at London 2012. They cruised through the heats and lined up for the final as the favoured crew. With spectacular determination they pulled clear of the field, and maintained their lead to the line - becoming the first British oarswomen ever to claim gold.

Alongwith former teammate Sir Chris Hoy, Jason is Britain’s most successful Olympian with six gold medals from three Games to his name.

Britain’s most successful woman Olympian, cyclist Laura won double-gold at both London and Rio in the team pursuit and the omnium. Her win in the multi-disciplinary event formed a part of one of the most memorable Olympic occasions and Britain’s most successful Games ever.

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