One year ago today, Samantha Murray won silver in the modern pentathlon to claim Great Britain's final medal of a spectacular Olympic Games.
Samantha's silver was Team GB's 17th of the Games and their 65th medal in total - 18 more than their Beijing haul.
Murray started the final run-shoot event in fourth with an eight second delay, but excelled in one of her strongest events to win a fantastic silver medal. British pentathletes have won medals at all four Games since the women's event was first introduced in 2000.
Lithuania's Laura Asadauskaite won gold in the event, while the very last medal of London 2012 was aptly won by Brazilian Yane Marques, who took bronze ahead of Rio 2016.
Did you know? UK Sport is aiming for GB to be the first host nation in recent years to win more medals and the next Games post-hosting, which would mean winning at least 66/121 Olympic/Paralympic medals in Rio.
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