The Brownlee brothers have received the fruits of their labours around central London today in the Olympic men's triathlon.
Alistair Brownlee, 24, came first to win Team GB's 19th gold medal of the Games before Jonathan Brownlee, 22, claimed bronze despite serving a 15-second penalty during the race.
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