coxless pairs


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coxless pairs

[ˌkɒkslɪsˈpɛəz] Ndos m sin timonel
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The women's coxless pairs was the second final of the day to feature Newcastle University rowers.
1 YEAR AGO A FORMER student of Cardiff Metropolitan University broke Britain's Olympic gold drought as she triumphed in the women's coxless pairs.
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning made history when they triumphed in the coxless pairs.
Redgrave has golds for the coxed fours in Los Angeles in 1984, the coxless pairs in Seoul in 1988, Barcelona in 1992 and Atlanta in 1996.
STANNING/GLOVER Helen Glover and Heather Stanning won GB's first gold of the Games in the coxless pairs with a dominant performance at Eton Dorney GRAINGER/WATKINS Katherine Grainger, who won silver medals in the last three Games, finally claimed gold with double sculls partner Anna Watkins REED/TRIGGS-HODGE/ GREGORY/JAMES Pete Reed, Andrew Triggs-Hodge, Tom James and Alex Gregory won the coxless fours.
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning are long odds-on for the coxless pairs having set a new Olympic record in their heat, while the men's eight won their repechage to reach today's final and are 3-1 shots.
Known as Jumbo Edwards, this athletic star won two golds in the 1932 Los Angeles Olympics in the coxless pairs and coxless fours category.
Charles Wiggins won bronze in the 1980 coxless pairs in Moscow before Tom James and Tom Lucy won gold and silver respectively in the men's fours and eights at the 2008 Games in Beijing.
Holmes, whose death at the age of 51 was announced last night, and Redgrave were part of the coxed four team that won gold in Los Angeles in 1984, before teaming up for victory in the coxless pairs in Seoul.
Ran Laurie won an Olympic gold medal in the coxless pairs at the 1948 London Games, while Hugh represented Britain at the 1977 Junior World Rowing Championships and took part in the 1980 Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race.
Gold medals: Coxed Four - Los Angeles 1984; Coxless Pairs - Seoul 1988, Barcelona 1992 and Atlanta 1996; Coxless Four - Sydney 2000
Suzie Francis and Laura Hunter-Smith competed in the Women's Coxless pairs and finished in 23:47.