With a total of 5 medals won at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, Team GB has delivered its best performance in the history of the games, beating its previous record of 4 medals won at Chamonix 1924 and Sochi 2014.
The record-breaking result came courtesy of the skeleton athletes, who between them amassed one gold and two bronze medals, with the women’s skeleton champion defending her title from Sochi 2014. The women’s slopestyle competition garnered a further bronze medal, and a thrilling final of the inaugural men’s snowboard big air earned Team GB its last medal, a fourth bronze.
With these results Team GB has finished its most successful Olympic Winter Games ranked 19 on the overall medal table, leaving us with countless moments excitement, of nail-biting races, and hard-won victories, and inspiring us to chase our dream - despite the cold and snow - no matter what!
We had an amazing time inspiring people to chase their dream, no matter what at this year’s Sky Sports British Masters, and want to say a huge thank you to all of you who came to visit our Bridgestone activations.
Our ambassador and double Olympic gold medalist Daley Thompson celebrated his 60th Birthday on July 30th, 2018. To mark the occasion, we created a pop-up gym on London’s Southbank to encourage people to keep moving and chasing their dreams, whatever their age.
Double Olympic gold medallist, Daley Thompson, turned 60 in July 2018. While most people would celebrate with a party, maybe even a cake, our ambassador celebrated the momentous occasion by taking on an exciting new challenge, climbing Snowdon with a group of 60+ year olds to show that age is merely a number and shouldn’t be a barrier to achieving (...)