Silver for Australia's Joshua Booth, Australia's Joshua Dunkley-Smith, Australia's Alexander Hill and Australia's William Lockwood behind Britain's Alex Gregory, Britain's Constantine Louloudis, Britain's George Nash and Britain's Mohamed Sbihi during the Men's Four final rowing competition at the Lagoa stadium during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro on August 12, 2016. / AFP / Damien MEYER
Eton College's appearance on this list won't surprise Lord Moynihan, and with three Old Etonians in Team GB it certainly has an impressive record. The independent boy's boarding school produced Lawrence Clarke, who takes part in the athletics (110m hurdles), Constantine Louloudis in the rowing (eights), and William Fox-Pitt in the equestrian (eventing).
Team GB’s 2012 5th Olympic medal was a Bronze won by: Constantine Louloudis, Alex Partridge, James Foad, Tom Ransley, Ric Egington, Mo Sbihi, Greg Searle, Matt Langridge and cox Phelan Hill on Wednesday 1st August 2012 in a time of 5:51.18 at Eton Dorney, Windsor.