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Olympic funding: who's getting what?

18th December 2012, 05:09pm

UK Sport have invested more money in rowing

UK Sport have invested more money in rowing

A breakdown of the winners and losers after UK Sport announced record funding for the next Olympic Games in Rio.

WINNERS

Athletics £26.8m (from £25.1m) - 6 medals in London (hit target 5-8 medals)
Boxing* £13.8m (£9.6m) - 5 medals (hit target 3-5 medals)
Canoeing £19.1 (£16.2m) - 4 medals (hit target 3-4 medals)
Cycling £30.6m (£26.0m) - 12 medals (surpassed target 6-10 medals)
Diving £7.5m (£6.5m) - 1 medal (hit target 1-3 medals)
Equestrian £17.9m (£13.4m) - 5 medals (surpassed target 3-4 medals)
Fencing* £3.1m (£2.5m) - 0 medals (hit target 0-1 medals)
Gymnastics £14.5 (£10.7m) - 4 medals (surpassed taregt 1-2 medals)
Hockey £15.5m (£15.1m) - 1 medal (hit target 1-2 medals)
Modern Pentathlon £6.9m (£6.3m) - 1 medal (hit target 1-2 medals)
Rowing £32.6m (£27.3m) - 9 medals (surpassed target 6 medals)
Sailing £24.5m (£22.9m) - 5 medals (hit target 3-5 medals)
Shooting £3.0m (£2.5m) - 1 medal (hit target 0-1 medals)
Synchronised Swimming £4.3m (£3.4m) - 0 medals (hit target 0 medals)
Taekwondo £6.9m (£4.8m) - 2 medals (hit target 1-3 medals)
Triathlon £5.5m (£5.3m) - 2 medals (hit target 1-2 medals)
Water Polo*** £4.5m (£2.9m) - 0 medals (hit target 0 medals)
Weightlifting £1.8m (£1.3m) - 0 medals (hit target 0 medals)

LOSERS

Archery £3.1m (£4.4m) - 0 medals (missed performance target)
Badminton £5.9m (£7.4m) - 0 medals (missed performance target)
Basketball zero funding (£8.6m) - 0 medals (missed performance target)
Handball zero funding (£2.9m) - missed performance target
Judo* £6.8m (£7.5m) - 2 medals (surpassed target 0-1 medals)
Swimming* £21.4m (£25.1m) - 3 medals (missed target 5-7 medals)
Table tennis zero funding (£1.2m) - missed performance target
Volleyball** £400,00 (£3.5m) - missed performance target
Wrestling zero funding (£1.4m) - missed performance

* first year only guaranteed, remainder pending approval
** funding only for women's beach volleyball
*** funding only for women's water polo.


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