British kayaker Liam Heath has won Team GB's 25th gold at the Olympics after winning the 200m sprint final

BREAKING NEWS: Kayaker Liam Heath wins Team GB's 25th GOLD

British kayaker Liam Heath has won Team GB's 25th gold at the Olympics after winning the 200m sprint final

Great Britain's Liam Heath and Jon Schofield won the silver medal in the men's 200m kayak double behind Saul Craviotto and Cristian Toro of Spain.

Rio Olympics 2016: Liam Heath and Jon Schofield claim 200m kayak silver

Great Britain's Liam Heath and Jon Schofield won the silver medal in the men's 200m kayak double behind Saul Craviotto and Cristian Toro of Spain.

Result: Canoeist Liam Heath wins Team GB's 25th gold with victory in 200m single final

Result: Canoeist Liam Heath wins Team GB's 25th gold with victory in 200m single final

British Olympic athlete Liam Heath arrives at a reception for Team GB's Olympic and Paralympic teams hosted by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham...

British Olympic athlete Liam Heath arrives at a reception for Team GB's Olympic and Paralympic teams hosted by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham...

Flying the flag: The British pair pick up their bronze medal after the final Olympic event at Eton Dorney

Bronze for British duo as curtain falls on action at Eton Dorney

Flying the flag: The British pair pick up their bronze medal after the final Olympic event at Eton Dorney

Great Britain's Liam Heath and Jon Schofield take silver in Olympic men's kayak…

Great Britain's Liam Heath and Jon Schofield take silver in Olympic men's kayak double 200m as Spain win gold

Great Britain's Liam Heath and Jon Schofield take silver in Olympic men's kayak…

Great Britain's Liam Heath picked up his second medal at Rio 2016 with victory in the men's kayak single 200m sprint.  Heath had already won silver in the K2 200m alongside Jon Schofield.   The 32-year-old held off France's Maxime Beaumont to claim Team GB's 25th gold of the Games in 35.197 seconds.

Rio Olympics 2016: Britain's Liam Heath takes gold in kayak 200m sprint

Great Britain's Liam Heath picked up his second medal at Rio 2016 with victory in the men's kayak single 200m sprint. Heath had already won silver in the K2 200m alongside Jon Schofield. The 32-year-old held off France's Maxime Beaumont to claim Team GB's 25th gold of the Games in 35.197 seconds.

Liam Heath's incredible journey from TGI Fridays to Olympic champion Saturday

Liam Heath's incredible journey from TGI Fridays to golden Olympic Saturday

Liam Heath's incredible journey from TGI Fridays to Olympic champion Saturday

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