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Pete Reed

Seahawks’ DT Jarran Reed and TE Jimmy Graham practicing = Tight end Jimmy Graham has been described as “full go” by head coach Pete Carroll. That doesn’t mean he’ll play in Week One, but he’s at least practicing all out. With more than a week until that first game, it does.....

from art.com

Traditiona Totora Reed Boat & Aymara, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia / Peru, South America

Traditiona Totora Reed Boat & Aymara, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia / Peru, South America Photographic Print by Pete Oxford at Art.com

Pete Reed - A really nice start to the day with the lads from the GBR Men's 8. Don't tell them, but I've been missing them already. @andrewthodge took this one on our aimless walk around the South Bank. First shot with me and 3x Olympic Golds. Dead chuffed and honoured to share those twelve years with the blond bear too. Onwards! #Rowing

pete reed - This photo of me and Hodgey (@andrewthodge) was taken about two hours after the M8+ Olympic final in Rio. We'd just been to the press conference and it was our first time to relax. Great memories from then and the previous twelve years with this old horse. We went through a lot of ups and downs together and I wouldn't change anything. #Rowing #Family #Olympians

from BuzzFeed

Here Are All The Medals Team GB Won At The Rio Olympics

Pete Reed, Andrew Triggs Hodge, William Satch, Matthew Langridge, Matt Gotrel, Tom Ransley, Scott Durant, Paul Bennett, and Phelan Hill: Gold in the men’s eight (13 August)

from Mail Online

Reed hails his crew as Great Britain storm to victory in men's eights

Pete Reed hails his crew as Great Britain storm to victory in men's eights... and the women's eight add silver to top the rowing medal table | Daily Mail Online

1900. The Last Portrait of Queen Victoria by the lost gallery. Grandfather would have been six when she died in January 1901.

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from British Vogue

“Everyone Wants It”

Pete Reed Rowing Team GB Olympic Interview (Vogue.com UK)

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from Mail Online

Our greatest Games: The record-breaking fortnight for Team GB that saw the men and women clinch 29 Olympic gold medals

Great Britain's Alex Gregory, Pete Reed, Tom James and Andrew Triggs Hodge (Olympics 2012, London)