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Steven Redgrave (GBR)

By winning a gold medal in rowing (coxless four) at the Sydney Games, Great Britain’s Steven Redgrave joined the very small group of athletes who have won a gold medal at five successive editions of the Olympic Games. Indeed, before his win in Sydney, Redgrave had already won gold medals at the Los Angeles 1984 (coxed four), Seoul 1988 (coxless pair), Barcelona 1992 (coxless pair) and Atlanta 1996 (coxless pair) Games. ©Getty Nick Wilson
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Georgeta Damian Viorica Susanu Ioana Olteanu Veronica Cochela Maria Magdalena Dunitrache

24 Sep 2000: Georgeta Damian, Viorica Susanu, Ioana Olteanu, Veronica Cochela, Maria Magdalena Dunitrache, Elisabeta Lipa, Liliana Gafencu, Doina Ignat and Elena Georgescu of Romania win Gold in the Womens Eight at the Sydney International Regatta Centre on Day Nine of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. \ Mandatory Credit: Jamie Squire /Allsport
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Sydney 2000-Repechage-Rowing-Coxswain 8 in point-The team of the USA 6th, of AUS 5th, of GBR, of BLR 4th
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17 Sep 2000: Tim Foster, Steven Redgrave and James Cracknell of Great Britain in the Men's coxless four qualifying round first heat during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games at the Sydney International Regatta Centre, Sydney, Australia. Mandatory Credit: StuForster/ALLSPORT
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Matthew Pinsent Tim Foster Steve Regrave and James Cracknell

21 Sep 2000: Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steve Regrave and James Cracknell of Great Britain in action in the Men's Coxless Four Rowing Semi-Finals at the Sydney International Regatta Centre on Day Six of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. \ Mandatory Credit: Clive Brunskill /Allsport
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