July 26, 2013

British World Champions - Sport 2013
Following Olympic 2012 success (Total of 65 medals - 29 in Gold)

Following Olympic 2012 success (Total of 65 medals - 29 in Gold). http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/olympics/article-2187459/London-2012-Olympics-Great-Britains-29-gold-medals.html 

Success of British World Champions this year:

Tennis - July 2013: Andy Murray wins the cup (first British win in 77 years)  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-magazine-monitor-23225058

Rugby - July 2013: Lions Rugby Union (first win in 16 years)

Golf - June 2013: US Open Golf Justin Rose wins the cup ( a first British win in 43 years)

Tour de France - July 2013: Chris Froome

Canoeing - June 1013: Wildwater Canoeing New World Champion–
Congratulations to Hannah Brown

After success of GB’s women this season, which started with Fiona Pennie becoming K1 European Champion in Krakow, Lizzie Neave winning K1 gold at World Cup 1 and in C1 Kimberley Woods winning gold and bronze and Mallory Franklin winning bronze and silver at World Cups 1 and 2.

Mountain Biking - June 2013: at Fort William, Scotland (downhill event only)
Men's Elite winner:  Gee Atherton
Women's Elite winner:  Rachel Atherton

Rowing World Cup winner - June 2013: Great Britain win thrilling men's eight
Andy Triggs Hodge, Pete Reed, Will Satch, Mo Sbihi, James Foad, Tom Ransley, Dan Ritchie and Oliver Cook
Glover and Swann win World Cup gold
Aggar Para-Rower World Cup DISABILITY SPORT http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/disability-sport/23013937

Triathlon - May & June 2013: at Yokohama & Madrid: Jonathan Brownlee

Motor Racing - April -May 2013 WTCC: Robert Huff (2012 world champion- standing for 2013) http://www.fiawtcc.com/drivers/detail/id/2

International GT Open: Duncan Cameron

WTCC  (RML) Race of Australia: James Nash (Bamboo Engineering)
Grand Prix motorcycle racing:  Scott Redding
WEC 6 Hours of Silverstone: Allan McNish

Cycling - February 2013: UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Minsk, Belarus UK won both the gold and overall medals tallies
(2R Superbikes) Chaz Davies, R3: Assen Chaz Davies

Tour de Romandie Road Cycling: Chris Froome (Team Sky) 
Endurance racing 24 Hours of Le Mans: Allan McNishAllan McNish

Hope to see more achievements

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