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These Olympic medals and memorabilia were displayed in an exhibition in Parliament in 2010. They are from the collections of Olympians who also became members of the House of Commons or House of Lords.
A number of members of the House of Lords and House of Commons, past and present, have competed in the Olympic and Paralympic Games
Lord Higgins was a member of the British Olympics team in 1946 and 1952
Sir Menzies Campbell competed for the British Olympic team in 1964
Lord Glentoran won gold for the British Olympic team in the 1964 Winter Olympics
Lord Moynihan won silver as cox for the British rowing eights at the 1980 Olympic Games
View Lord Coe's Olympic running shoes, which he wore when he won four Olympic medals in 1980 and 1984
A directory of archival sources relating to the modern Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Written by researchers of the House of Commons Library, Olympic Britain tells the story of social and economic change in the UK since the two previous London Games in 1908 and 1948.