🇬🇧Great Britain have prioritised the 🇧🇷Rio ◯◯◯◯◯Olympics in August to be their most successful and have ‘decided’ that they will win a minimum of 48 🏅medals. Britain won 65 🏅medals at 🌉London in 2012 and 47 at 🏙Beijing in 2008. £💷350 M of public funds💰 have been invested into elite sport since 2012 and are optimistic of 79 🏅medals. 🇬🇧UK Sport wants at least 121 Paralympic 🏅medals to surpass the 🌉London 2012 total, to fix the 🎯target range as 113-165. In the 2012 Paralympics, GB won 120 🏅medals (34G, 43S, 43B). 🇬🇧UK Sport chief executive Liz Nicholl said🔉, “Those of us who were in London felt the impact of medal success on the whole nation. We felt the pride and how it brought people together like never before and it's something that was very significant which made people proud to be British, so there's a real opportunity that our athletes can do the same in Rio."