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GB Win FISA Team Cup Trophy

Great Britain today picked up the FISA Team Cup trophy after two days of sprint regatta racing in Seville – after recording five wins on both days. Matthew Wells joined the list of winners today – on a 500m course […]

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Shuffled Four Successful in Seville

Matt Langridge, subbing into the GB men’s four in place of an injured Alex Partridge, tasted victory at the FISA Team Cup – the  traditional pre-season "friendly" international sprints regatta in Seville – despite coach JurgenGrobler  stirring up his seat […]

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Langridge steps into four for Seville outing

Matt Langridge gets a chance to race in the GB men’s four as a replacement for the injured Alex Partridge at this weekend’s FISA Team Cup in Seville – an early season "friendly" sprints regatta which is seen as an […]

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Women’s Quadruple scull presented with World Gold Medals at special ceremony

The British women’s quadruple scull tonight received their World Championships gold medals in a special ceremony at Lords Cricket Ground. The British quartet, sponsored by Camelot, were upgraded this week to world champions – after one of the Russian crew […]

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GB Men’s four are Olympic Athletes of the Year

The British men’s four have been presented with the British Olympic Association’s Athlete of the Year award by Sir Craig Reedie, IOC Member for Great Britain, at a ceremony in London. The Camelot-sponsored four of Andy Hodge, Peter Reed, Alex […]

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GB recognises its medal winners of 2006

GB Rowing is set to recognise its medal winners of the 2006 season at its annual dinner in London with Dame Tanni Grey Thompson as the guest of honour. Dame Tanni Grey Thompson will be on hand to present awards […]

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Women’s Quad are World Champions again

Great Britain’s women’s quadruple scull are world champions once more after the Russians, who won the title at Eton in August 2006, were retrospectively stripped of their gold medals following a drugs positive. "We’re obviously delighted for our women’s quadruple […]

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GB top table

Great Britain’s rowers produced an excellent run of results on the second and final day of the Australian Youth Olympic Festival in Sydney when they won four golds and a silver – bringing their overall tally to six golds, five […]

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Two golds on opening day

Great Britain produced a flying start to its Australian Youth Olympic Festival campaign in soaring temperatures (over 40 degrees C) in Sydney today with two golds, four silvers and a bronze. The wins came from Aylebsury’s Stephanie Mottram in the […]

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Trail-blazing rowers down-under

Twenty GB Rowers are set to trail-blaze for the sport in Australia this week, starting on Friday and finishing on Sunday, when they compete as part of Team GB at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival. This will be the first […]

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