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Bronze for GB’s men’s eight on final day of 2018 World Rowing Championships

‘The win streak is incredibly impressive and it’s great to be a part of that and carry on the legacy’

Gold and bronze for GB crews on penultimate day of 2018 World Rowing Championships

USA takes the title as Great Britain finishes third at the 2018 SH Netz Cup

USA win the cup for the first time in 12 years, ahead of Germany, Great Britain and the Netherlands

Great Britain squad to compete at SH Netz Cup announced

Great Britain will compete against crews from Germany, USA and Netherlands at the SH Netz Cup in Rendsburg

‘I’d much rather have a bronze round my neck than be sitting on the pontoon crying my eyes out’

Moe Sbihi and Tom Ransley explain the emotions of winning a bronze medal in the men’s eight at the 2018 World Rowing Championships

Ellie Piggott looking forward to building on lightweight double’s fifth-place finish

Ellie Piggott and Emily Craig were in the mix for the medals a in the lightweight women’s double sculls final at the World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv


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‘I didn’t lie in my hospital bed dreaming of training – it’s these moments you dream of’

Zoe Lee expects a competitive women’s quadruple sculls final on Saturday, with all six crews in with a shout of winning a medal

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Imogen Grant wins bronze for GB on the first day of finals at 2018 World Rowing Championships

Imogen Grant adds senior World Championships bronze to her World U23 gold in the lightweight women’s single sculls in Plovdiv

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Maddie Arlett expects another feisty race in lightweight quadruple sculls World Championships final

Maddie Arlett knows the GB lightweight women’s quadruple sculls will be in for a tough race in their medal final on Friday

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Four more British crews reach medal finals at 2018 World Rowing Championships

Great Britain secures four more medal final places in the lightweight women’s single sculls, lightweight women’s double sculls, women’s quadruple sculls and men’s four

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‘In the last hundred metres I was an absolute bag of sand, knowing that I should have paced myself better’

Zak Lee-Green discusses his lightweight men’s double sculls quarter-final – raced into a strong headwind – and the row that sealed him and Jamie Copus a semi-final berth

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Lightweight women’s quad secure place in final on weather-affected day at World Rowing Championships

Four GB crews completed their races before weather intervened on day four of the World Rowing Championships, with the lightweight women’s quad reaching the medal final

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