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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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Waves of jubilation

London 2012 - Team GB's Helen Glover (front) and Heather Stanning celebrate after crossing the finish line to take gold in the Women's Pairs Final A at Eton Dorney. The duo are the first British women to win an Olympic rowing gold.
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Tales of the riverbank

London 2012 - Union Flag-clad fans - some in patriotic Onesies - cheer on Team GB's Helen Glover and Heather Stanning from the banks as they become the first British women ever to win Olympic rowing gold. The pair won the Women's Pairs Final A at Eton Dorney in front of a crowd of 26,000.
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Thumbs up

London 2012 - Team GB's Helen Glover (left) and Heather Stanning celebrate taking gold in the Women's Pair Final A at Eton Dorney in Windsor. The duo are the first British women ever to win an Olympic rowing gold.
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Team GB's third oarswoman

London 2012 - a section of the 26,000-strong Eton Dorney crowd who willed Team GB rowers Helen Glover and Heather Stanning to take gold in a blistering Women's Pairs Final performance.
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