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John Curry became a British figure skating legend when he won gold in the Men's Singles competition at the Innsbruck 1976 Olympic Winter Games, having been the Team GB flag bearer at the Opening Ceremony.

Famous for combining b...

Robin Cousins, alongside Vancouver 2010 Olympic gold medallist Amy Williams, is an official Team GB Ambassador for 2014.

A former British Figure Skater, Robin Cousins  won his first national title in 1969 at the age of just twelve ...

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Countdown to Rio: Summer sports week in review

British Olympic sailing manager Stephen Park insists he is looking forward with confidence at the conclusion at the World Championships in Santa...

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Pennie takes 'awesome' silver at canoe slalom worlds

Fiona Pennie powered to canoe slalom world silver with a fast and flawless run in Maryland.

Last year's European champion won her last wo...

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Scott takes World Sailing Championships gold

Giles Scott says he is happy with the course he is on after he added a second world title to his collection at the ISAS Sailing World Championsh...

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Franklin takes silver again at canoe slalom worlds

Great Britain's Mallory Franklin struck silver at the canoe slalom World Championships but there was more disappointment for double Olympic silv...

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Mills and Clark strike world sailing bronze

Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark admitted their relief after scooping 470 bronze at sailing's World Championships in Santander.

The Olympic ...

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Game Facts

Host Nation Austria
Duration 4 February - 15 February 1976
Competing Athletes 1123 (892 Men, 231 Women)
Team GB Athletes 54
Sports 6
Events 37
Competition Venues 8