Nick Dempsey of Great Britain is carried onshore on his windsurf board by Team GB team mates

Nick Dempsey of Great Britain is carried onshore on his windsurf board by Team GB team mates

Sporty Duchess of Cambridge meets record-breaker Ben Ainslie and his team in Weymouth

Duchess of Cambridge takes to the water in Weymouth before paying a visit to record-breaking Ben Ainslie and the Team GB sailing team on tenth day of the Games

Sporty Duchess of Cambridge meets record-breaker Ben Ainslie and his team in Weymouth

Team GB sailors Hannah Mills, Saskia Clark forced to wait for gold

Team GB sailors Hannah Mills, Saskia Clark forced to wait for gold

Day fourteen: Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell of Team GB celebrate finishing second and winning the silver medal in the Men's 470 Sailing.

Day fourteen: Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell of Team GB celebrate finishing second and winning the silver medal in the Men's 470 Sailing.

Nick Dempsey of Great Britain is carried onshore on his windsurf board by Team GB team mates after winning the silver medal in the RS:X Men's Sailing on Day 11 of the London 2012 Olympic Games

London 2012 Olympics: Greatest celebrations

Nick Dempsey of Great Britain is carried onshore on his windsurf board by Team GB team mates after winning the silver medal in the RS:X Men's Sailing on Day 11 of the London 2012 Olympic Games

Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson of Great Britain compete in the Men's Star Sailing

Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson of Great Britain compete in the Men's Star Sailing

Kate Middleton Photos: Olympics Day 10 - Sailing

Kate Middleton Photos Photos: Olympics Day 10 - Sailing

Sir Ben Ainslie awe-struck by accolade | Team GB.  Ben Ainslie has labelled it an "incredible honour" to receive a knighthood in the New Year Honours for services to sailing.  The knighthood caps an incredible year in which he retired from Olympic competition after winning his fourth gold in the waters around Weymouth and Portland before switching his attention to British success at the America's Cup.

Sir Ben Ainslie awe-struck by accolade | Team GB. Ben Ainslie has labelled it an "incredible honour" to receive a knighthood in the New Year Honours for services to sailing. The knighthood caps an incredible year in which he retired from Olympic competition after winning his fourth gold in the waters around Weymouth and Portland before switching his attention to British success at the America's Cup.

Large image of the Team GB Gold Medal Winner First Day Cover Overseas - Ben Ainslie

Large image of the Team GB Gold Medal Winner First Day Cover Overseas - Ben Ainslie

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