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12:47pm 22nd August 2012
(Updated 12:47pm 22nd August 2012)

Team GB's athletes have turned into internet sensations.

Sir Chris Hoy, Jessica Ennis and Victoria Pendleton are among the medal winners starring in a YouTube video, singing along to Queen's "Dont Stop Me Now".

The two minute film features David Beckham as its director.

12:47pm 22nd August 2012

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