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Hands up if you're a winner

London 2012 - Helen Glover (left) and Heather Stanning are jubilant on the podium after becoming the first British women ever to win a rowing gold. Australia took silver and New Zealand bronze in the Women's Pair Final A at Eton Dorney.
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Eton winners on the podium

London 2012 - Team GB Women's Pair rowing gold medallists Helen Glover and Heather Stanning on the podium at Eton Dorney, with second-placed Sarah Tait and Kate Hornsey of Australia (left), and New Zealand bronze winners Rebecca Scown and Juliette Haigh.
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Victory is sweet for Team GB rowers

London 2012 - delighted Royal Artillery Captain Heather Stanning (right) shows off her medal after she and partner Helen Glover became the first British women ever to win a rowing gold. Australia took silver and New Zealand bronze in the Women's Pair Final A at Eton Dorney.
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Golden Glover fights back tears

London 2012 - Team GB's Helen Glover fights back the tears as she and Heather Stanning celebrate becoming the first British women to win a rowing gold. Australia won silver and New Zealand won bronze in the Women's Pair Final A at Eton Dorney.
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British rowing's golden day

London 2012 - Team GB's Helen Glover (left) and Heather Stanning celebrate becoming the first British women to win a rowing gold. Australia won silver and New Zealand won bronze in the Women's Pair Final A at Eton Dorney.
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Britons take a bow

London 2012 - Following their silver medal finish in men’s lightweight four, team Great Britain take a bow before an appreciative crowd.
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