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Super Sunday: The medals continue to roll in for Team GB

British athletes have made history, with Max Whitlock claiming two gold medals in the men's gymnastics events.

Team GB Justin Rose also won gold in the golf and cyclist Jason Kenny took first place in the men's sprint final, while Nick Dempsey became the first male windsurfer to win three Olympic medals.

It puts Great Britain second in the overall medals table behind the US, with 14 gold medals, 16 silvers and seven bronzes so far.

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Jason Kenny brings home gold in men's sprint final

Team GB cyclist Jason Kenny has scooped a gold medal in the men's sprint final.

Jason Kenny took gold in the men's sprint final Credit: PA

It's the fifth Olympic gold for Kenny, while teammate Callum Skinner took the silver medal.

His win marks the fourth gold medal for Team GB on Sunday alone, with two historic wins in the gymnastics and another top placing in the golf.

With 14 golds and 16 silvers so far, Great Britain is now in second place in the medals table overall behind the US, after overtaking China.

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