Seb Coe enthused as Team GB double their medals tally on better day in Rio

• BOA president believes ‘managing victory’ strategy is working
• In London four years ago Britain won 65 in total, 29 gold

The British Olympic Association chairman, Sebastian Coe, said he hoped winning would become infectious after a day on which Team GB notched up six medals to double their total during the Rio Games so far.

The BOA’s so-called “managing victory” strategy can begin to swing into gear after several days of near misses as Team GB athletes won two gold medals and racked up four more bronzes.

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