This section contains a variety of sets representing mainly British Gold medal winners but also headliners from various tournaments.
This is a 9 card set representing Great Britain's Gold medal winners at the 1980 Moscow Olympics: Duncan Goodhew, Steve Ovett, Sebastian Coe, Alan Wells and Daley Thompson.
Also incuded are 4 headliners athletes: Pietro Mennea, Miruts Yifter, Teofilio Stevenson and Nellie Kim.
Their achievemenst at the games are noted on the reverse of the cards
This is a 9 card set depicting Britain's Gold medal winners at the Athens Olympic Games of 2004. On the front is the image of the winner and on the reverse are details of their Olympic feats.
This is a 27 card set depicting Britain's 19 Gold medal winners at the Beijing Olympic Games of 2008. On the front is the image of the winner and on the reverse are details of their Olympic feats. Also included are 8 other cards depicting some of the other headliners such as Usain Bolt and Michael Phelps.
This 45 card set represents the TEAM GB Gold medal winners at the London 2012 Olympics plus headliners.
The first 29 cards show all of the TEAM GB Gold medal winners including Ben Ainslie, Jessica Ennis, Chris Hoy, Mo Farah, Jason Kenny, Andy Murray, Anthony Joshua, Nicola Adams, Greg Rutherford, Peter Wilson, Victoria Pendleton, Alastair Brownlee, Charlotte Dujardin and the teams who rowed to glory, the cyclists and also the Equestrian winners. The details of their victories are shown on the reverse of each card.
The last 16 cards represent headline makers from the games such as Michael Phelps, Oscar Pistorious, Kirani James, Shiwen Ye, the USA basketball team and of course, Usain Bolt. Once again the details of their games are shown on the reverse of the cards.
This 45 card set represents Great Britain's Gold medal winners at the Rio Olympics in 2016. The first 27 cards show champions such as Adam Peaty, Max Whitlock, Joe Clarke, Mo Farah, Andy Murray, Jason Kenny, Justin Rose, Giles Scott, Nicola Adams Charlotte Dujardin, Nick Skelton, Liam Heath, Jade Jones, Laura Trott and Alastair Brownlee. Plus all the victorious rowers, cyclists and Hockey teams
The last 18 cards represent the major stars of other nations such as the Fiji Rugby Sevens, Carolina Marin, Simone Biles, Rafaela Silva, Elaine Thompson, Mariana Pajon, Tah Akgul, Tony Roka, Ruth Jebet, Michelle Carter, Eluid Kipchoge, Ashton Eaton, Fehaid Al-Deehnai, Nafissatou Thiam, Usain Bolt and Yana Egorian.