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The GB Rowing Team is the high performance arm of British Rowing. Rowing is the nation’s most continuously successful Olympic sport, having won a gold medal in every Olympic Games since 1984, and has won six Paralympic golds since the sport was introduced to the Paralympic Games programme in 2008.
GB Rowing Team
17 athletes competed for Great Britain in all nine boat classes at the World Rowing Beach Sprint Finals in Saundersfoot, Wales from 14-16 October.
This was the first World Rowing event to take place in Wales.
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Updates on the event will be shared on the World Rowing Website, on World Rowing social media and on our event website.
There will be a livestream on the World Rowing website, or you can follow along on our social media channels.
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Gregor Hall (Stirling RC)
Helen Glover (Marlow RC)
Charles Cousins (Rob Roy BC)
Clare Jamison (Christchurch RC)
Jerry Owen (Fishguard and Goodwick Jemima RC)
Bo Hughes (Cardiff University RC)
Jade Lindo (Twickenham RC)
Laura McKenzie (University of Glasgow BC)
Cox: Ryan Glymond (University of St Andrews BC)
Kath Coleman‐Jones (BTC (Southampton) RC)
Des Nevitt (Jersey RC)
James Cox (Queens Park High School RC)
Isla MacCallum (Stirling RC)
Oliver Robertson (Newark RC)
Evelyn Pakule (Lea RC)
Robert Collen (Queen Elizabeth High School RC/Tyne Amateur RC)
James Purves‐Liddell (Durham School BC)
Isabel Lancaster (Bradford Amateur RC)
Elisabeth Sekinger (Wycliffe College BC)