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Olympics August 2
This live event has finished
USA Win, GB 5th
GB still last at 1500m
USA lead, GB 6th at 1000m
At the start now in lane 6
After Medal ceremony for first final
One final to go, come on women's eight
A fine silver behind South Africa
GB in contention, close 3rd at 1500m
GB pushing, 3rd at 1000m
GB in lane 3, third at 500m
Come on boys!
The sun has come out, hopefully a good omen
Now for a real gold medal chance with the Chambers brothers in the lightweight four at 12.10
GB a solid fifth
But not out of it
GB finding it tough
Are we about to see Britain's third rowing gold of the Games?
Light rain has started falling, but nobody seems to be complaining
First final at 11.50 has Lucas and Townsend going for Britain in double sculls
That's 3 British wins from 3 semis!
Crowd roars as they approach line to win
Looking good now, lead at 1500m
GB lead at 1000m
GB 3rd at 500m
They're off, nail it boys!
First three will make final
Purchase and Hunter are defending Olympic champions and seem to have hit form at the right time
Purchase and Hunter go in second lightweight double semi at 11
GB finish well to record great win
Copeland and Hosking third
Britain's women's lightweight double sculls racing their semi
That was pulsating stuff, next Oxon rowers race at 11am
GB power home to win
Australia lead by 1.2 secs at 1500m
Top 3 make final, GB second at 1000m
GB and Australia neck and neck, GB just 2nd at 500m
They're at the start, come on GB
One more race before Triggs Hodge and co
The grandstands are packed and fans eager to cheer on British success
Having lost their last two races to the Australians at the Munich World Cup regatta, Britain's men's four are drawn in the nextdoor lane to them in their semi-final. Plenty of psychological points up for grabs as well as a final place
Not long until the first race of the day featuring Oxon rowers here at Eton Dorney.
The schedule is as follows...
10.10: men's four semi-final (Andrew Triggs Hodge, Alex Gregory, Pete Reed, Tom James)
11.00: lightweight men's double sculls semi-finals (Zac Purchase and Paul Hunter)
12.10: lightweight men's four final (including Richard and Peter Chambers)
12.30: women's eight final (including Oxford Academy teacher and cox Caroline O'Connor, Wallingford's Katie Greves, Wallingford RC's Lindsey Maguire, plus Leander's Louisa Reeve, Victoria Thornley and Annabel Vernon)