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Already forgotten the names and performances of some of our glorious medal winners? Fear not, there’s a lot to remember – eight golds, 14 medals in total.

Here’s a run down of all Great Britain’s medal winning performances from the cycling team. From Nicole Cooke’s gold in the road race that kicked it all off, to Chris Hoy’s gold in the men’s sprint, his third overall.

If you want to re-live all the magic moments, go to our gallery to view the picture from top cycling photographers Andy Jones and Graham Watson. Click here to see all the cycling results from the Beijing Olympics.

GOLD

SUNDAY, AUGUST 10 10.30am
Nicole Cooke outsprints four other riders on the uphill finish to get the Games off to a fantastic start.

SILVER

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13 6.00am
Project Pooley pays off as Emma Pooley gets a silver medal in the women?s time trial.


Performance director Dave Brailsford with Nicole Cooke and Emma Pooley.

GOLD

FRIDAY, AUGUST 15 11.50am
The first track gold goes to Great Britain?s team sprint trio. Chris Hoy, Jamie Staff and Jason Kenny. They batter the French into submission with a new world?s best time.

BRONZE

SATURDAY, AUGUST 16 11.50am
Chris Newton rides a very shrewd points race to win a bronze medal in one of the least predictable events on the programme.

BRONZE

SATURDAY, AUGUST 16 12.10pm
Steven Burke scores the most unexpected of bronze medals. The 20-year-old was only told the morning before the qualifying round he was even in the individual pursuit. Then he beat a man 15 years his senior, Volodymyr Dyudya of Ukraine, in the bronze medal race.

GOLD

SATURDAY, AUGUST 16 12.20pm
Bradley Wiggins, the hot, hot favourite for the individual pursuit delivers the goods in fine style. He broke his own Olympic record on the way to the final.

GOLD

SATURDAY, AUGUST 16 12.30pm
Two events down, two golds in the bag. Chris Hoy wins the Keirin title with plenty to spare. Imperious is the word that springs to mind.

SILVER

SATURDAY, AUGUST 16 12.30pm
To rub salt into the wounds of the other nations, Ross Edgar took silver in the Keirin too.

GOLD

SUNDAY, AUGUST 17 10.20am
Rebecca Romero?s transformation from silver medal-winning rower to gold medal-winning cyclist is complete as she wins the individual pursuit title.

SILVER

SUNDAY, AUGUST 17 10.20am
Another British one-two as Wendy Houvenaghel takes the silver after setting up an all-British pursuit final.

GOLD

MONDAY, AUGUST 18 11.30am
The story of the team pursuit as Ed Clancy, Paul Manning, Geraint Thomas and Bradley Wiggins scorch to gold and a new world record against the Danes.

GOLD

TUESDAY, AUGUST 19 12.20pm
Victoria Pendleton won what was almost a one-sided sprint competition. She was that good. Never in trouble, gold never in doubt. A supreme display of speed throughout.

GOLD

Olympic Games 2008TUESDAY, AUGUST 19 12.30pm
Chris Hoy does his chances of a knighthood no harm at all with his third gold medal of the Games in the sprint.

SILVER

TUESDAY, AUGUST 19 12.30pm
The man Hoy beat in the sprint final was the revelation of the Olympics ? Jason Kenny. Still only 20, and the only man to really worry Hoy in the competition.