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British four blow Aussies away to maintain record of Sir Steve and Co On the podium, Andrew Triggs Hodge boogied without fear of embarrassment as 25,000 people roared their approval from the banks of the Olympic lake at Eton Dorney.

In pictures: Team GB's golden stamps

Great Britain's Men's Four of (left to right) Pete Reed, Andrew Triggs Hodge, Alex Gregory and Tom James

Rower Tom James claims Wales' second 2012 Olympics gold

Great Britain's Men's Four of Andrew Triggs Hodge, Tom James, Pete Reed and Alex Gregory

2x Olympic Champion Andrew Triggs Hodge is setting the tone this morning. How hard are you training? #MondayMotivation

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Andrew Triggs Hodge, MBE, born Halton, Bucks, 1979. Triple Olympic Gold medalist, twice in coxless fours, once in the eight. Four World's Golds in coxless fours, and once in the eight.

Our greatest Games: The record-breaking fortnight for Team GB that saw the men and women clinch 29 Olympic gold medals

Great Britain's Alex Gregory, Pete Reed, Tom James and Andrew Triggs Hodge (Olympics 2012, London)

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GOLD! Team GB take gold in the Men's Heavyweight Coxless Four's They're not immortalised in LEGO! Congratulations to Andrew Triggs Hodge, Tom James, Pete Reed and Alex Gregory, sensational rowing gentlemen.

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The first of 6 Gold's won on Super Saturday came from rowers Peter Reed, Andrew Triggs Hodge, Alex Gregory and Tom James in the men's coxless four.