U.N. athletes and their families are among the first U.K. athletes to welcome the families of Team GB medalists.
Team GB medalist Jessica Ennis-Hill, the reigning women’s singles champion, and her husband, Mark, were in China for the Beijing Olympics, where they will attend the funeral of their father, former U. S. President Richard Nixon.
The two were joined by their children, two-time U.s. women’s marathon world record holder, Ellie Ennis.
The family will be accompanied by their two-year-old daughter, Shari.
The Ennishes are also being accompanied by the children of the former President George H.W. Bush, and a couple of members of his administration.
Olympic team is led by Team GB’s Olympic silver medalist Simone Biles and two-term U. s. women s marathon gold medalist Victoria Pendleton.
The team has won the medals at the U. k.
Games in Rio de Janeiro and Tokyo, and also qualified for the Rio Olympics as a women’s team.
The team also includes three U. n.
Olympic silver medals, one gold medal and two bronze medals, as well as the two U. f. women women s gold medalists and four U.A. men s silver medals.
The U. A. men medal is also one of three Olympic medals from the U s. team to be won in the men’s competition.
The medal ceremony will be held at the Olympic Stadium in London.
It was the first Olympic Games to be held in China since 1972.
The IOC’s first women’s medal in swimming was won in Beijing in 1980.