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ROWING: When the waters calmed at the end of the eight day Olympic rowing regatta at Eton Dorney, Kim Crow had established herself as a new Australian rowing legend after creating history in the women’s single and double scull for Australia.
ROWING: Drew Ginn labelled his silver medal in the coxless fours “a huge achievement” – and as disappointing as it was not to get the gold, nobody will be arguing with him.
ROWING: Australia’s men’s four crew have narrowly missed out on the gold medal in a tremendous all-the-way battle with Great Britain at the Eton Dorney rowing site.
ROWING: The Australian rowing team’s men’s four appeared very comfortable with having finished second to Great Britain in their semi-final at Eton Dorney on Day 6.
ROWING: Australia’s rowers have gone from strength-to-strength on Day 3 of competition at Eton Dorney, with the men’s four leading the way with an Olympic record in their heat.
ROWING: Four Australian crews were in action on Day 3 of competition and all progressed well with the women's quad scull, women's double scull and men's four outstanding.
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The rowing section of the Australian Olympic Team has been announced today with 46 athletes off to the London Olympic Games. Australia’s “lucky 13” crews are charged with the task of lifting the Australian medal tally at the Eton Dorney rowing course.
The men’s four has led Australia’s on the final day of World Cup 3 with an excellent gold medal as Australian crews won five medals in OLympic events Sunday in Munich, Germany.