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Canadian Men’s Eight show off their gold medals at the Shunyi Olympic Rowing-Canoeing Park during the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in Beijing Aug 17, 2008. The Canadian Men’s eight won the gold while Great Britain took silver and USA bronze.

Canadian Men’s Eight show off their gold medals at the Shunyi Olympic Rowing-Canoeing Park during the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in Beijing Aug 17, 2008. The Canadian Men’s eight won the gold while Great Britain took silver and USA bronze.

Great Britain, South Africa and Denmark on the podium for the lightweight men's four at the 2012 Olympic Rowing Regatta at Eton-Dorney, Great Britain.

Great Britain, South Africa and Denmark on the podium for the lightweight men's four at the 2012 Olympic Rowing Regatta at Eton-Dorney, Great Britain.

Day 8 - Australia won silver in the Men's Four. Great Britain won the gold ahead of Joshua Dunkley-Smith, Drew Ginn, James Chapman and William Lockwood. Photos - Olympic Rowing | London 2012 Olympics

Day 8 - Australia won silver in the Men's Four. Great Britain won the gold ahead of Joshua Dunkley-Smith, Drew Ginn, James Chapman and William Lockwood. Photos - Olympic Rowing | London 2012 Olympics

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Great Britain's, bottom left to right, Andrew Triggs Hodge, Tom James, Pete Reed and Alex Gregory, bottom, and Australia's, top from left, Joshua Dunkley-Smith, Drew Ginn, James Chapman and William Lockwood compete during a men's rowing four semifinal  in Eton Dorney, near Windsor, England, at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. Great Britain finished first and Australia second.   #olympics #rowing

Great Britain's, bottom left to right, Andrew Triggs Hodge, Tom James, Pete Reed and Alex Gregory, bottom, and Australia's, top from left, Joshua Dunkley-Smith, Drew Ginn, James Chapman and William Lockwood compete during a men's rowing four semifinal in Eton Dorney, near Windsor, England, at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. Great Britain finished first and Australia second. #olympics #rowing

It had been 24 years since Germany last won the most significant race in Olympic rowing, so they didn't miss the chance to celebrate.  The German men's eight team tossed coxswain Martin Sauer high in the air and into Dorney Lake after out-dueling Canada, Great Britain and the United States to take gold.

It had been 24 years since Germany last won the most significant race in Olympic rowing, so they didn't miss the chance to celebrate. The German men's eight team tossed coxswain Martin Sauer high in the air and into Dorney Lake after out-dueling Canada, Great Britain and the United States to take gold.

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Prince Harry Photos Photos - Nick Beighton of Great Britain is presented with his gold medal by Prince Harry after competing in the IV4 sprint indoor rowing at Olympic Park on September 13, 2014 in London, England. Photo: - Invictus Games - Day Three - Indoor Rowing

Prince Harry Photos Photos - Nick Beighton of Great Britain is presented with his gold medal by Prince Harry after competing in the IV4 sprint indoor rowing at Olympic Park on September 13, 2014 in London, England. Photo: - Invictus Games - Day Three - Indoor Rowing

Prince Harry Photos Photos - Prince Harry presents Nick Beighton of Great Britain with his medal during a medal ceremony after the Indoor Rowing at Here East during day three of the Invictus Games, presented by Jaguar Land Rover at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on September 13, 2014 in London, England. - Invictus Game: Day 3

Prince Harry Photos Photos - Prince Harry presents Nick Beighton of Great Britain with his medal during a medal ceremony after the Indoor Rowing at Here East during day three of the Invictus Games, presented by Jaguar Land Rover at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on September 13, 2014 in London, England. - Invictus Game: Day 3

Helen Glover and Heather Stanning of Great Britain achieved a new Olympic Best of 6:57.29 to win their heat in the Women's Pairs, on Day 1 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Eton Dorney on 28 July.

Helen Glover and Heather Stanning of Great Britain achieved a new Olympic Best of 6:57.29 to win their heat in the Women's Pairs, on Day 1 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Eton Dorney on 28 July.

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