Great Britain is currently topping the medals table at the European Youth Olympic Festival in Finland.
Britain have 12 medals – six gold, three silver and three bronze.
Team GB’s Mark England said;
We’re delighted to be leading the 49 nation European Youth Olympics with just two days of competition remaining. We have witnessed a number of truly outstanding performances from Team GB athletes.
It bodes well for the next generation of British Olympic sport that we’re now consistently winning at the highest level, and it’s great that we’re beating powerful Olympic nations such as Russia, Germany, Italy, and France.
The current standings are as follows:
Here is the breakdown of where the winning team have made their gains:
Ieuan Lloyd, swimming, men’s 200m medley
Myles Crouch-Anderson, men’s 400m freestyle
Amelia Maughan, swimming, women’s 100m freestyle
Jennifer Batten, athletics, women’s 100m
Callum Hawkins, athletics, men’s 3000m
Joshua Papworth, cycling, criterium
Jonathan Dibben, cycling, men’s individual time trial
Myles Couch-Anderson, Rachel Martin, Matthew Parks and Kathryn Woolston-Thomas, swimming, mixed 4x200m relay
Jonathan Dibben, cycling, criterium
Grant Halsall, swimming, men’s 200m backstroke
Natasha Hofton, Rachel Martin, Amelia Maughan, Kathryn Woolston-Thomas, swimming, women’s 4x100m freestyle relay
Daniel Lyon, judo, -66kg