Who could forget the emotional moment last year when Gemma Gibbons upset the odds to become one of the surprise stars of the Olympics by winning Silver in judo and famously thanking her late mother?
One year on, we caught up with Gemma to see what impact that moment's life changed since winning silver. Luke Hanrahan went to find out.
Gemma Gibbons was one of the surprise stars of the London Olympics, upsetting the odds to win a silver medal in the judo.
Since then, she has been encouraging young people to keep fit and active.
And not just in her own sport.
Rags Martel went to meet her at a club in Greenwich:
One of the stars of the London Olympics, Gemma Gibbons, has had a setback - she has broken her wrist.
Gemma won silver in Judo at last year's games. But her injury means she'll be out for at least two months, and will miss four tournaments.
Olympic silver medallist Gemma Gibbons has told ITV London that she has broken her wrist.
It will hit the judo star's training for Rio 2016 - as she'll be out of action for at least two months.
Britain's Gemma Gibbons has won silver in the women's 78kg final. American Kayla Harrison won gold.