London Olympics Stamps (Sitting Events)
The British Royal Mail issue a commemorative stamp for each British gold medal winner at the 2012 Olympic Games. Here are the gold medallists at sitting events.
Rowing: Women's Pairs
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning won their gold medals in the Women's Pair's rowing final.
The Royal Mail will also paint a red post box in the rowers' home town gold in honour of the occasion.
Cycling: Men's Time Trial
Bradley Wiggins Gold Medal Stamp
Rowing: Women's Double Sculls
Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins triumph in the Women's Double Sculls. Katherine Grainger wins Olympics rowing gold at fourth attempt.
Men's Team Pursuit
What a wonderful performance by our Golden boys in the Men's Team Pursuit Olympic Final. World Record and Gold. Well done Geraint Thomas, Ed Clancy, Steven Burke and Peter Kennaugh.
Victoria Pendleton: Women's Keirin
Victoria Pendleton wins Gold in the women's Keirin - what a brilliant and heart stopping finish.
Sir Chris Hoy: Keirin
Sir Chris Hoy wins a 6th and historic Gold medal in the Cycling Keirin event. He has now won more gold medals in the Olympics than the legendary oarsman, Sir Steve Redgrave who surprised Hoy after his presentation by appearing on TV at the velodrome to congratulate him in person. A touching moment for both great Olympians.
Laura Trott: Omnium
Laura trot wins her second Gold of the 2012 London Olympiad in the Women's Cycling Omnium.
GB's Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott win Gold in canoe slalom and Britain's David Florence and Richard Hounslow win Silver.
Cycling: Men's Team Sprint
Men's GB Team Sprint trio, Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy, break the World Record to win Gold.
Rowing: Men's Fours
Olympic Men's Coxless Four Final Gold Medal Winners: Pete Reed, Andy Triggs Hodge, Tom James and Alex Gregory.
Rowing: Lightweight Women's Double Skulls
One of the most endearing features of the Women's win in the Olympic lightweight doubles was when Katherine Copeland turned to her rowing partner, Sophie Hosking, and shouted, 'We're gonna be on a stamp.'
Sailing: Finn Men's Heavyweight Dingy
Equestrian Dressage: Charlotte Dujardin
Great Britain's run of gold medals continued as Ben Ainslie became the most-decorated sailor in Olympic history with victory in the Finn class at Weymouth, on the south coast of England. It was the 35-year-old's fourth Olympic title and fifth overall medal, taking Britain's tally of gold medals to 15 on Day Nine of London 2012.
Charlotte Dujardin won Britain's second dressage gold medal of the Olympics, on Valegro, as the host nation's equestrian team finished London 2012 with three titles. Laura Bechtolsheimer took bronze to add to the British overall total.
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