Aug 10, 2012
Now it's time for Liam Killeen to get on trackUpdated 2:00am Saturday ...
AFTER Upton rower Zac Purchase's heroic silver medal-winning efforts, there are hopes of more home success when Malvern mountain biker Liam Killeen takes to the course for his third games this weekend.
Hunter still feeling raw
Olympic silver medallist Mark Hunter says the pain of his agonising defeat in the men's lightweight double sculls has not gone away.
This is Gloucestershire
Gloucestershire Echo published Zac Purchase considers rowing future after painful London 2012...
IT HURT more than anything he has ever experienced and Zac Purchase admits that he will spend the rest of his life wondering how Olympic gold slipped from his grasp at London 2012.
Nets? Never. Spike Lee will stick with the Knicks
Denmark captured its first gold of the Olympic rowing regatta Saturday, winning a tight lightweight men's double sculls final that had to be restarted after the seat of one of the British crew came off its hinges.
International Business Times
London Olympics 2012: Great Britain Strikes Double Rowing Gold
Great Britain continued its medal rush at Eton Dorney as the men's four and women's double sculls struck rowing gold on Super Saturday at the But GB's medal haul on the water didn't end there, with Kat Copeland and Sophie Hosking rowing to a remarkable gold in the women's sculls.