Rio 2016 - 100 days to go

Olympic Games begin 5 August

UK Sport has predicted Britain could win as many as 79 medals in Rio, where the Games begin on 5 August.

Mo Farah will be attempting to win another Olympic double after taking 10,000m and 5,000m gold in London, while Jessica Ennis-Hill will defend her heptathlon crown.

Performance analysts Gracenote have predicted both to win medals again in Rio - and say while Team GB will fall "somewhat short" of UK Sport's target, "it is looking like having its best ever Olympic Games when not hosting", with 65 medals.

Ellie Simmonds and Bethany Firth break world records at British Para-swimming trials ahead of Rio 2016
Ellie Simmonds took S6 400m freestyle best to five minutes 18.69 seconds
Bethany Firth, meanwhile, clocked 2:03.70 in S14 200m freestyle
So far, 21 GB swimmers have achieved qualification standard for Rio 

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