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Andrew Hoy (equestrian 1984-2004), Colin Beashel (sailing 1984-2004), and Colin Coates (speed skating 1964-1984) with 6 Olympic game appearances each.

Hoy won 4 medals (3 gold, 1 silver), Beashel won 1 medal (bronze), and Coates did not win a medal.

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ray beeney, he lost his legs when his wife caught him shagging a sheep called gareth

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