Picking a top three out of a sensational Olympics for Great Britain in Rio is no easy job.
You could ask 100 people and they’d come up with 100 different combinations.
The podium I’ve come up with might not be the best three achievements, but they’re the three that will live longest in my memory.
The Eve Muirhead bronze goes to Amy Tinkler.
Two golds and a bronze for Max Whitlock was a bigger deal obviously, but I just loved watching the youngest member of the team getting a medal.
A 16-year-old finishing third and then flying home to get her GCSE results is one of those great stories that the Olympics gives us.
I was involved at a high level in junior curling at Amy’s age but to think that someone so young could hold herself together under that sort of pressure at the biggest sporting event in the world is amazing.
There couldn’t be a better role model than Amy for kids. She’s shown what can be achieved through dedication and hard work.
I’ve chosen Taekwondo for my silver medal.
Jade Jones’ second gold in successive Games is an incredible achievement but the moment I’ll remember is Lutalo Muhammad missing out on his gold by one second.
If any athlete wants a reminder of the importance of maintaining your concentration through to the very end, this was it.
The reaction afterwards was just what you would expect as well. It was all too much for him.
It reminded me of Euan Burton four years ago when his judo dreams were shattered and he was apologising to his family and friends on live TV.
I saw a second interview with Muhammad the day after and he’d managed to put it in perspective and was already learning from what happened.
You can guarantee that if he gets to Tokyo he’ll be someone who’ll get huge publicity and hopefully we can see a happy ending.
My gold is probably less surprising than my bronze and silver.
It has to be a cyclist. Bradley Wiggins and Jason Kenny both could have got it but I’ve gone for Laura Trott.
She’s become Britain’s most successful female Olympian ever and, even though we’re starting to take cycling medals for granted, you just can’t overlook that. Nobody was as dominant as her in the velodrome.
And the way she comes across can’t be an act. She seems to be one of the most grounded athletes out there.
Cyclists have my admiration. Just from the gym sessions I do on a bike gives me an appreciation of the phenomenal work they must do.
We used to look at cycling as a minority sport but with all the stars that have been produced in the last few years, you can’t say that anymore.
* The men’s golf couldn’t have got a better winner.
Justin Rose never wavered in his commitment and, certainly in this country, he guaranteed it got a high profile by taking gold.
The likes of Rory McIlroy made a mistake in not going to Brazil and I’m sure they’ll probably know that. Zika was never likely to be a serious issue.
I haven’t changed my mind on it being an Olympic sport, though.
Winning an major is a bigger deal and that will always be the case.