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ROWING: Australian five-time Olympic rower Anthony Edwards broke down in tears as he talked about his history in rowing and the support of his family after he rowed for the last time in the lightweight men’s four final at Eton Dorney on Day 6.
ROWING: Day 4 of the Olympic rowing regatta provided a variety of results for the Australian crews as three advanced and two bowed out of medals contention at Eton Dorney.
ROWING: There are five crews taking to the Eton Dorney rowing course on Day 4 of the Olympics Games. The Men’s Lightweight Double Scull, Women’s Eight, Women’s Single Scull, Men’s Double Scull, and Men’s Lightweight Four.
ROWING: Australia’s defending double sculls gold medallists David Crawshay and Scott Brennan had a disappointing start to the rowing competition at Eton Dorney today.
The rowing section of the Australian Olympic Team has been announced today with 46 athletes off to the London Olympic Games. Australia’s “lucky 13” crews are charged with the task of lifting the Australian medal tally at the Eton Dorney rowing course.
The men’s four has led Australia’s on the final day of World Cup 3 with an excellent gold medal as Australian crews won five medals in OLympic events Sunday in Munich, Germany.
Australia’s lightweight men’s four world champion crew has won the open men’s four national title after a collision marred the end of the race at the 2012 Australian Rowing Championships.
2011 world champions Anthony Edwards and Sam Beltz have shown their pace in the new year by qualifying directly for the final of the men’s coxless pair at the 2012 Australian Rowing Championships at Champion Lakes in Perth.
The Australian lightweight men’s four crew of Todd Skipworth (WA), Ben Cureton (WA), Sam Beltz (TAS) and Anthony Edwards (TAS) has won gold at the 2011 World Rowing Championships in Bled, Slovenia.