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She won two gold medals at the 2008 Summer Olympics in the 400-metre freestyle and 800-metre freestyle, breaking the 19-year-old world record of Janet Evans in the 800-metre final.

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In 2008 she won the sprint in the Beijing Olympics,

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At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, Ohuruogu won her heat against Yulia Guschina who finished 0.18 seconds behind. She won the semi-final over Shericka Williams by 0.14 seconds. In the final, she became the first ever British female Olympic 400m champion, by beating the pre-race favourite Sanya Richards (bronze) and Shericka Williams (silver), with a time of 49.62s the fastest time of 2008.

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At the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Adlington won bronze in the 400-metre freestyle in a time of 4:03.01 and another bronze in the women’s 800-metre freestyle in a time of 8:20.32. After the Games, Adlington said that she was done with the 800-metre race, and would not compete in Rio.

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London’s 2012 Paralympics Games saw Storey win Britain’s first gold medal, in the women’s individual C5 pursuit. She went on to win three more gold medals, one in the Time Trial C4–5 500m, one in the Individual Road Time Trial C5 and finally one in the Individual Road Race C4–5.

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Katie represented Ireland at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Bridget also developed an interest in boxing and became one of the earliest female referees and judges in Ireland.

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In 2012, Victoria won the gold medal in the keirin at the London Olympics, as well as silver in the sprint.

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Dujardin and Valegro were among the rider/horse pairs selected to represent Great Britain at the 2012 Summer Olympics, In the first round this dressage team set a new Olympic Record of 83.784%. On 7 August 2012 the pair were members of the British team which won the gold medal in the team dressage event. Two days later, in a routine accompanied by music which included Land of Hope and Glory, The Great Escape and the chimes of Big Ben; the pair won the gold medal in the individual dressage event, with a score of 90.089%.

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As an amateur, she became the first female boxer to become an Olympic champion after winning gold at London 2012.

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Ohuruogu won the silver medal at 400m in the 2012 London Olympics. In a close race Sanya Richards-Ross held on to take the gold while Ohuruogu produced a fast finish to beat DeeDee Trotter and Amantle Montsho by just a few hundredths of a second to take the silver.

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Judy was instrumental in Andy Murrays win at the  London 2012 Olympics gold with straight-sets defeat of Roger Federer at Wimbledon.

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At the 2012 London Olympics, Houghton scored three goals in Great Britain‘s four games, including winners against New Zealand and Brazil. 

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At the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, Adlington formed part of the BBC presenting team for the swimming events, along with Helen Skelton and Mark Foster.

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In the Rio 2016 Paralympics Storey became Britain’s most successful female Paralympian when she won the C5 3000m individual pursuit final.

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On 24 May 2016, Taylor qualified for the 2016 Summer Olympics after defeating Victoria Torres in the quarter-finals of the lightweight division at the 2016 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships.Two days later, Taylor lost to Estelle Mossely in the semi-finals which ended her quest for a sixth World title in a row.[36]

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Dina finished fifth in the 200 metres final at the 2016 Rio Olympics

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Dujardin and Valegro also won double individual gold medals at the 2016 Rio Olympics, making her the first British woman to retain an individual Olympic title. With three gold medals and a silver, Dujardin was briefly the most successful female British Olympian in the history of the Games before cyclist Laura Trott surpassed her record with a fourth gold. Dujardin and Valegro set a new Olympic dressage score of 93.857 in the Grand Prix Freestyle.

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Nicola was the first double Olympic champion following a second gold medal at Rio 2016, both in the flyweight division.

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Her relay bronze at the 2016 Summer Olympics made her only the second British track and field athlete, after Steve Backley to win medals at three successive Olympic Games.

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Joanna appeared at the quarterfinal at the Rio Summer Olympics in 2016

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The men’s singles tennis tournament of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro was held at the Olympic Tennis Centre in the Barra Olympic Park in Barra da Tijuca in the west zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The final was played on 14 August 2016.

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In this inspiring new series, we will meet some of the most successful female athletes of all time and the people who inspired and motivated them.

These women are all part of a generation that is addressing the balance of equality in sports for women.

Each episode will feature a female sports star in an open and honest conversation, discussing who empowered, inspired and motivated them to break through the physical and mental barriers that stood in their way.

 

 

EPISODE 1

Episode 1 is a ‘Special’ celebrating the career of our host Judy Murray who was awarded an OBE for her service to tennis, women in sport, and her charity, The Judy Murray Foundation which works with and campaigns for more access to tennis opportunities.

She was and still is the driving force and mentor behind her two sons, world champion tennis players Andy and Jamie Murray, and many others young tennis players coming up through the ranks.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1553108587229{padding-top: 26px !important;padding-bottom: 0px !important;}”]

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