Well said, this is why you should always celebrate success, because in sport it very rarely lasts a long time.Indeed.
Also, speaking as a Brit (although not for 'The British' since I'm just one bloke ) I think it's pretty obvious that the medal factory is now closed, at least for the foreseeable future. That's sport - it has cycles (no pun intended) and both athletes and coaches progress through them and out the other side.
I certainly don't know anybody who thinks this is anything other than the natural order of things. You get good, you put yourself above the parapet to be shot at, then someone else takes over. It was ever thus.
Given the resources within the GB team I’m sure it won’t be too long before they are up there again, though with 2 silvers to date, and other chances ahead, it’s far from a disaster.