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Glanfield says dwindling chances of Olympic gold are behind his...
Joe Glanfield says his dwindling chances of claiming an elusive Olympic gold medal at Rio in 2016 were behind his decision to retire from racing.
SAILING: Willis joins Patience for 470 glory bid
PORTLAND'S Luke Patience and new crew Elliot Willis are both looking forward to addressing 'unfinished business' as they embark on their new 470 partnership in the wake of Joe Glanfield's retirement.
Exmouth Olympian Glanfield sails into retirement
Glanfield, 34, who claimed Olympic silver in Athens and Beijing, returned to the double-handed 470 class just a year ago after a four-year break, teaming up with London 2012 silver medallist Luke Patience in a bid to claim a first ever British Olympic gold in the class at Rio 2016.
AFLOAT: Patience's blow as Glanfield retires
LUKE Patience's hunger for Olympic glory in Rio hasn't wavered despite Joe Glanfield's surprise decision to retire with immediate effect.
SAILING: Golden hat-trick for British stars
GILES Scott, Bryony Shaw and the 470 women's pairing of Sophie Weguelin and Eilidh McIntyre ensured a golden hat-trick for Britain's sailors on the final day of the ISAF World Cup in Miami.