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  • News | London 2012

    World's best time for New Zealand duo

    New Zealand men's Pair Hamish Bond and Eric Murray smashed the world's best time, previously held by Matthew Pinsent and James Cracknell on the first day of Rowing at London 2012.
    06 Dec 2012 | Rowing, New Zealand
  • News | Olympic News

    Olympic values: Q&A with titanic rowing pair Redgrave & Pinsent

    Great Britain’s Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent won a mind-blowing nine Olympic gold medals between them, dominating rowing from Los Angeles in 1984 to Athens in 2004. Here, in the first of a new series featuring stars past and present analysing the enduring magic of the world’s greatest sporting spectacle, the titanic duo reveal how the Games have defined their lives.
    16 Jun 2019 | Olympic News, Great Britain, Rowing
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    Atlanta 1996-Rowing-Coxwainless Pairs in point-REDGRAVE Steven / PINSENT Matthew (GBR) 1st.
    Friday, July 26, 1996 10:00 PM | Photo
  • News | Olympic News

    Great Olympic Duos: The secret behind Redgrave and Pinsent

    An open, unflinching, unashamed desire to each prove themselves the best rower on the team was the driving force behind Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent’s extraordinary triple Olympic gold medal-winning partnership. That is the truth according to the man who joined the then already two-time Olympic champion to deliver an unprecedented glut of golds for Great Britain. 
    29 May 2019 | Olympic News, Great Britain
  • News | IOC News

    Great Olympic Duos: the drive behind Redgrave & Pinsent

    An open, unflinching, unashamed desire to each prove themselves the best rower on the team was the driving force behind Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent’s extraordinary triple Olympic gold medal-winning partnership. That is the truth according to the man who joined the then already two-time Olympic champion to deliver an unprecedented glut of golds for Great Britain.
    29 May 2019 | Olympic News
  • News | Olympic News

    Great Olympic Duos: the drive behind Redgrave & Pinsent

    An open, unflinching, unashamed desire to each prove themselves the best rower on the team was the driving force behind Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent’s extraordinary triple Olympic gold medal-winning partnership. That is the truth according to the man who joined the then already two-time Olympic champion to deliver an unprecedented glut of golds for Great Britain.
    29 May 2019 | Olympic News
  • Matthew Pinsent Tim Foster Steve Regrave and James Cracknell

    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
    Wednesday, September 20, 2000 10:00 PM | Photo
  • Matthew Pinsent Tim Foster Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell

    Matthew Pinsent Tim Foster Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell

    21 Sep 2000: Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell 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: Ross Kinnaird /Allsport
    Wednesday, September 20, 2000 10:00 PM | Photo
  • Matthew Pinsent Wins His 4th Consecutive Gold | Video

    Matthew Pinsent Wins His 4th Consecutive Gold

    The British quartet, Ed Coode, Matthew Pinsent, Steve Williams and James Cracknell, paddle to Olympic triumph capturing the coxless fours gold medal. The British crew crosses the finish line in 6:07:00, followed closely by the Canadian team. The bronze medal is received by the Italian crew. With this win, Matthew Pinsent clinches his fourth consecutive gold medal. Rowing Four Without Coxswain Men's Final - Athens 2004 Summer Olympics - GBR, CAN, ITA
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