Team Great Britain Olympic medallists Andy Triggs Hodge and Heather Fell's Earth Hour 2013 IWIYW challenge is a fun one. Each of them will leave their comfort zone and train in a different sport as part of the challenge if 300 people will switch off their lights in support of Earth Hour. Andy will train with Heather as a pentathlete and Heather will train with Andy as a rower. #EarthHour #IWIYW
SRL15709a Rowing (London 2015 Olympic Games: Wang Min and Zhu Weiwei, China (women’s double scull), Great Britain team (men’s coxless four), Mahe Drysdale, New Zealand (men’s single scull), USA team (rowing women’s eight))
Olympics rowing: Glover and Stanning win gold for Britain
London 2012: These two late-blooming rowers - Heather Stanning and Helen Glover - ended the gold medal drought for Team Great Britain, winning the 2000m Women’s Pairs. It’s the first-ever Olympic gold won by a British women’s crew.
The silver medallists from Great Britain in the rowing eights during the Summer Olympic Games in Montreal, circa July 1976. The team included Richard Lester, John Yallop, Timothy Crooks, Hugh Matheson, David Maxwell, James Clark, Frederick Smallbone, Leonard Robertson and coxswain Patrick Sweeney.
Olympics equestrian: Great Britain win showjumping gold
Nick Skelton - Gold winning teams - Carl Hester, Laura Bechtolsheimer and Charlotte Dujardin (Equestrian Team Dressage), Ben Maher, Nick Skelton, Scott Brash, and Peter Charles (Equestrian Men's Team Showjumping), Dani King, Joanna Rowsell and Laura Trott (Cycling Women's Team pursuit), Katherine Copeland and Sophie Hosking (Rowing, Women's Lightweight Double Sculls), Pete Reed, Alex Gregory, Andy Triggs Hodge, and Tom James (Rowing Men's Coxless fours) and even more ....