Diver Jack Laugher was born in Yorkshire, and became one of Britain's first ever Olympic diving champions at Rio 2016. He made his Olympic debut at London 2012, and was awarded both a gold and silver medal at Rio 2016.
Born and raised a few miles from London’s Olympic stadium, martial artist Lutalo Muhammad has been practicing taekwondo since age 3. He won a bronze medal at his debut Olympic competition at London 2012, and a silver at Rio 2016.
Back for her second games, Morgan Lake made her Olympic debut at just 19 in Rio 2016 where she qualified for the women’s high jump finals. Morgan is from Reading and recently notably achieved a high jump effort of 1.95m at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London.
After making her Olympic debut at Rio 2016, diver Lois Toulson was crowned European Champion in the mixed 10m synchro, as well as winning an individual gold in 2017. The Yorkshire diver has also been awarded a platform gold at the European Games in Baku.
Born in Leyton, Asha Philip was the first British woman to ever earn a global 100m title, winning gold at the 2007 World Youth Championships. She made her Olympic Games debut at Rio 2016 where she won a bronze in the 4x100m team relay event.
The younger brother of two fellow boxers, Birmingham-born Galal Yafai made his Olympic boxing debut at Rio 2016. He has since earned a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games on Australia’s Gold Coast in 2018.
Born in Frimley, rugby player Phil Burgess joined England 7s in 2013 and made his World Series debut in the same year. Burgess was selected as England 7s vice-captain, earning a silver at his first Olympic games at Rio 2016.