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Ellen van Langen (1966). Barcelona, 1992. Athletics - Women's 800m

Ellen van Langen (1966). Barcelona, 1992. Athletics - Women's 800m

The 1992 Nigerian women’s 4x100m relay team as they react to the scoreboard announcing their bronze medal victory at the Bacelona Olympics of 1992.

The 1992 Nigerian women’s 4x100m relay team as they react to the scoreboard announcing their bronze medal victory at the Bacelona Olympics of 1992.

Leontien van Moorsel (1970), Sydney 2000. Cycling - Women's road race / Women's road time trial / Women's individual pursuit

Leontien van Moorsel (1970), Sydney 2000. Cycling - Women's road race / Women's road time trial / Women's individual pursuit

Petra van Staveren (1966), Los Angeles 1984. Swimming - Women's 100m breast stroke

Petra van Staveren (1966), Los Angeles 1984. Swimming - Women's 100m breast stroke

Ria Stalman (1951), Los Angeles 1984. Athletics - Women's discus throw

Ria Stalman (1951), Los Angeles 1984. Athletics - Women's discus throw

Nel van Vliet (1926-2006). London 1948, Swimming - Women's 200m breast stroke

Nel van Vliet (1926-2006). London 1948, Swimming - Women's 200m breast stroke

Athletics - Women's 4x100m relay (London 1948). Fanny Blankers-Koen, Xenia Stad-de Jong, Gerda van der Kade-Koudijs, and Nettie Witziers-Timmer

Athletics - Women's 4x100m relay (London 1948). Fanny Blankers-Koen, Xenia Stad-de Jong, Gerda van der Kade-Koudijs, and Nettie Witziers-Timmer

Triumph: Yorkshire athlete Katherine Copeland (left) won gold with Sophie Hosking (right) in the lightweight women's double sculls

Ee bah gum! If Yorkshire was a country, it would be higher in the Olympic medal table than South Africa, Japan and Australia

Triumph: Yorkshire athlete Katherine Copeland (left) won gold with Sophie Hosking (right) in the lightweight women's double sculls

UK:  Mary Rand  Athlete  Born 1940  A remarkable athlete, Rand was the first British woman to win an Olympic gold in a track and field event. She won the gold for a record-breaking long jump of 6.76m in the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, but was such an all-rounder that she also took home a silver and a bronze for the pentathlon and 100m relay.

UK: Mary Rand Athlete Born 1940 A remarkable athlete, Rand was the first British woman to win an Olympic gold in a track and field event. She won the gold for a record-breaking long jump of 6.76m in the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, but was such an all-rounder that she also took home a silver and a bronze for the pentathlon and 100m relay.

Women's Swimming team for Great Britain Olympic Games, London 1908

Women's Swimming team for Great Britain Olympic Games, London 1908

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