Result: Team GB clinch four more medals at Youth Olympics in Singapore

Team GB add four more medals to their tally at the Youth Olympics in Nanjing to equal the 13 medals won at the Games in Singapore four years ago.

Team GB have secured four more medals at the Youth Olympics in Nanjing in triathlon, judo and swimming.

Triathlete Ben Dijkstra took the first victory of the day by winning the mixed relay event, while Sian Rainsley nabbed silver.

Eighteen-year-old judoka Peter Miles helped the team move into the semi-finals with a quarter-final win by ippon, and despite missing out on the final, the teen was able to secure a bronze medal.

Finally, Jess Fullalove secured a silver medal for Great Britain and her third of the Games by coming second in the 50m backstroke final.

Team GB have now equalled the 13-medal haul earned at the Youth Olympics in Singapore four years ago.

Gold medalist Ben Dijkstra of Great Britain celebrates during the medal ceremony in the Men's Triathlon on August 18, 2014
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