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ATHENS
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August 20, 2004 
Britain's four-time Olympic champion Pinsent celebrates gold after men's fours final at the Athens 2004... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
Britain's four-time Olympic champion Pinsent celebrates gold after men's fours final at the Athens ...... 
Britain's four-time Olympic champion Pinsent celebrates gold after men's fours final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Britain's four-time Olympic champion Matthew Pinsent (L) is comforted by team mate James Cracknell (R) and Ed Coode (C) during the medals ceremony after the men's fours final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 21, 2004. Pinsent won his fourth gold medal as Britain won with a time of six minutes 06.98 seconds. REUTERS/Kin Cheung Pictures of the Year 2004 
OLYMPICS ROWING
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August 18, 2004 
Britain's men's coxless fours (from L-R) Steve Williams, James Cracknell, Ed Coode, and Matthew Pinsent... 
Athens, Greece 
Britain's men's coxless fours take their semi-finals start at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. 
Britain's men's coxless fours (from L-R) Steve Williams, James Cracknell, Ed Coode, and Matthew Pinsent take their semi-finals start at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 18, 2004. The men won the race in a time of five minutes 50.44 seconds. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KPC/JS/MD 
OLYMPICS ROWING
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August 15, 2004 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent and his men's four crew practice just after dawn prior to competition at the... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
British rower Pincemt and crew practice at dawn during Olympic Games in Athens. 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent and his men's four crew practice just after dawn prior to competition at the Athens 2004 Olympics August 15, 2004. Many rowers are out at dawn to train before the daily competition begins at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC/SV 
OLYMPICS
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August 14, 2004 
British men's four react after winning their heat at the Shinias Olympic Rowing Centre at the Athens... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
British men's four react after winning their heat at the Shinias Olympic Rowing Centre at the Athens... 
British men's four react after winning their heat at the Shinias Olympic Rowing Centre at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. British men's four (L to R) Steve Williams, James Cracknell, Ed Coode and Matthew Pinsent react after winning their heat at the Shinias Olympic Rowing and Canoeing Centre at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 14 2004. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
SPORT ROWING
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June 19, 2004 
James Cracknell, Steve Williams, Alex Partridge and Matthew Pinsent of Great Britain compete in the Rowing... 
Rotsee, Switzerland 
BRITISH CREW COMPETES IN ROWING WORLD CUP SEMIFINALS OF MEN'S FOUR ON LAKE ROTSEE. 
James Cracknell, Steve Williams, Alex Partridge and Matthew Pinsent of Great Britain compete in the Rowing World Cup semifinals of the men's four on Lake Rotsee near Lucerne June 19, 2004. The Britons won the race and qualified for the A-final on Sunday. REUTERS/SCHWEIZ/Marcel Bieri STD/MR/ACM 
GENEVA CAR SHOW
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March 02, 2004 
Britain's three-time Olympic Gold Medal rowing champion Matthew Pinsent displays his gold medals next... 
Geneva, Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) 
MATTHEW PINSENT DISPLAYS HIS GOLD MEDALS NEXT TO MG ROVER XPOWER SV-R AT GENEVA CAR SHOW. 
Britain's three-time Olympic Gold Medal rowing champion Matthew Pinsent displays his gold medals next to he new MG Rover XPower SV-R during its presentation at the Geneva car show in Geneva, Switzerland, March 2, 2004. The MG Rover XPower SV-R is powered with a V8 engine with 320 horse power. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse PLA/CR/ACM 
GENEVA CAR SHOW
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March 02, 2004 
Britain's three-time Olympic Gold Medal champion Matthew Pinsent unveils the new MG Rover XPower SV-R... 
Geneva, Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) 
MATTHEW PINSENT UNVEILS MG ROVER XPOWER SV-R AT GENEVA CAR SHOW. 
Britain's three-time Olympic Gold Medal champion Matthew Pinsent unveils the new MG Rover XPower SV-R during its presentation at the Geneva car show in Geneva, Switzerland, March 2, 2004. The MG Rover XPower SV-R is powered with a V8 engine with 320 horse power. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse PLA/CR/ACM 
ITALY
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August 30, 2003 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent (R) and James Cracknell show their dejection
after losing their men's pair... 
Milan, Italy (Italian Republic) 
BRITAIN'S PINSENT AND CRACKNELL LOSE MEN'S PAIR FINAL AT WORLD ROWING
CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MILAN. 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent (R) and James Cracknell show their dejection
after losing their men's pair final, placing fourth, at the World
Rowing Championships in Milan August 30, 2003. Australian team placed
first followed by Croatia and Republic of South Africa. REUTERS/Alessia
Pierdomenico

AMP/CRB 
ITALY
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August 29, 2003 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent sits out rain and high wind in his team stand
at the World Rowing Championships... 
Milan, Italy (Italian Republic) 
BRITAIN'S PINSENT SITS OUT RAIN AND WIND IN TEAM STAND AT WORLD ROWING
CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MILAN. 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent sits out rain and high wind in his team stand
at the World Rowing Championships in Milan August 29, 2003. Due to rain
and strong wind Pinsent could not train ahead of tomorrow's final.
REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico

AMP/WS 
ITALY
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August 29, 2003 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent reads a book in his team stand at the World
Rowing Championships in Milan... 
Milan, Italy (Italian Republic) 
BRITAIN'S PINSENT READS A BOOK AT WORLD ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MILAN. 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent reads a book in his team stand at the World
Rowing Championships in Milan August 29, 2003. Due to rain and strong
wind Pinsent could not train ahead of tomorrow's final. REUTERS/Alessia
Pierdomenico

AMP/WS 
JV
RTRZKTV 
August 28, 2003 
File photograph shows Britain's four-time Olympic champion Matthew Pinsent who has announced his retirement... 
Milan, Spain 
File photograph shows Britain's four-time Olympic champion Matthew Pinsent who has announced his ... 
File photograph shows Britain's four-time Olympic champion Matthew Pinsent who has announced his retirement from rowing. A file photograph shows Britain's four-time Olympic champion Matthew Pinsent (R) who announced his retirement from rowing, November 30, 2004. In this file photograph taken on August 28, 2003, Pinsent is seen with James Cracknell (L) rowing to victory during the men's pair semi-finals at the World Rowing Championship in Milan. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
SPORT ROWING
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August 28, 2003 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent (R) and James Cracknell row to victory during
men's pair semi-finals at the... 
Milan, Italy (Italian Republic) 
BRITAIN'S PINSENT AND CRACKNELL ROW DURING SEMI-FINALS FOR WORLD ROWING
CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MILAN. 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent (R) and James Cracknell row to victory during
men's pair semi-finals at the World Rowing Championships in Milan
August 28, 2003. The World Rowing Championship run until August 31 at
Milan's Idropark. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico REUTERS

AMP 
ITALY
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August 28, 2003 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent (R) and James Cracknell row to victory during
men's pair semi-finals at the... 
Milan, Italy (Italian Republic) 
BRITAIN'S PINSENT AND CRACKNELL ROW DURING SEMI-FINALS FOR WORLD ROWING
CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MILAN. 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent (R) and James Cracknell row to victory during
men's pair semi-finals at the World Rowing Championships in Milan
August 28, 2003. The World Rowing Championship run until August 31 at
Milan's Idropark. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico REUTERS

AMP 
ITALY
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August 24, 2003 
British Matthew Pinsent (R) and James Cracknell row to victory during
heats in the World Rowing Championships... 
Milan, Italy (Italian Republic) 
BRITISH PINSENT AND CRACKNELL ROW DURING HEATS IN THE WORLD ROWING
CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MILAN. 
British Matthew Pinsent (R) and James Cracknell row to victory during
heats in the World Rowing Championships in Milan on August 24, 2003.
The World Rowing Championship will take place until August 31 in
Milan's Idropark. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico

AMP/JV 
ITALY
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August 24, 2003 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent (R) and James Cracknell row to victory during
heats in the World Rowing Championships... 
Milan, Italy (Italian Republic) 
BRITAIN'S PINSENT AND CRACKNELL ROW DURING HEATS IN THE WORLD ROWING
CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MILAN. 
Britain's Matthew Pinsent (R) and James Cracknell row to victory during
heats in the World Rowing Championships in Milan on August 24, 2003.
The World Rowing Championship will take place until August 31 in
Milan's Idropark. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico

AMP/JV 
SPORTS ROWING
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September 21, 2002 
British rowers James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent (R) celebrate after
winning the gold medal in the... 
Seville, Spain 
CRACKNELL AND PINSENT CELEBRATE WINNING THE PAIRS FINAL IN THE WORLD
ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SEVILLE.... 
British rowers James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent (R) celebrate after
winning the gold medal in the pairs event at the World Rowing
Championships in Seville on September 21, 2002. REUTERS/Marcelo del
Pozo

MDP 
SPORTS ROWING
RTRYQWW 
September 21, 2002 
The British pair of James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent (R) celebrate
victory after winning the pairs... 
Seville, Spain 
CRACKNELL AND PINSENT CELEBRATE VICTORY IN SEVILLE. 
The British pair of James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent (R) celebrate
victory after winning the pairs race at the World Rowing Championships
in Seville on September 21, 2002. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo

MDP 
SPORTS ROWING
RTRYQWM 
September 21, 2002 
The British pair of James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent (R) celebrate
victory with their girlfriends... 
Seville, Spain 
CRACKNELL AND PINSENT CELEBRATE VICTORY WITH THEIR GIRLFRIENDS IN
SEVILLE. 
The British pair of James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent (R) celebrate
victory with their girlfriends after winning the pairs race at the
World Rowing Championships in Seville on September 21, 2002.
REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo

MDP 
SPORTS ROWING
RTRYQW6 
September 21, 2002 
British rowers James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent (R) celebrate after
winning the gold medal in the... 
Seville, Spain 
CRACKNELL AND PINSENT CELEBRATE WINNING THE PAIRS FINAL IN THE WORLD
ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SEVILLE.... 
British rowers James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent (R) celebrate after
winning the gold medal in the pairs event at the World Rowing
Championships in Seville on September 21, 2002. REUTERS/Marcelo del
Pozo

MDP 
SPORT ROWING
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September 19, 2002 
The British pair of James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent (L) row during
a semifinal race in the World... 
Seville, Spain 
BRITISH CRACKNELL AND PINSENT OF MEN'S 2-ROW DURING SEMIFINAL IN THE
WORLD ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SEVILLE.... 
The British pair of James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent (L) row during
a semifinal race in the World Rowing Championships in Seville on
September 19, 2002. The British team won the race and qualified for the
final. The World Rowing Championship will take place until September 22
in Spain's Guadalquivir river. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo

CLH/ 
SPORT OLYMPICS
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February 07, 2002 
Three-time Olympic rowing gold medalist Matthew Pinsent of Britain
poses at the Luge track at Utah Olympic... 
Park City, United States of America 
OLYMPIC ROWING GOLD MEDALIST MATHEW PINSENT OF BRITAIN POSES AT LUGE
VENUE AT PARK CITY. 
Three-time Olympic rowing gold medalist Matthew Pinsent of Britain
poses at the Luge track at Utah Olympic Park, Park City February 7,
2002. Pinsent, who won gold with Sir Steven Redgrave at the Sydney
Olympics, is a newly-elected British member of the International
Olympic Committee. REUTERS/Dan Chung

KM/CRB 
SPORT ROWING
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August 25, 2001 
Great Britain's James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent row to win the
men's pairs final at the rowing world... 
Rotsee, Switzerland 
GREAT BRITAIN'S CRACKNELL AND PINSENT WIN THE MEN'S PAIRS FINAL. 
Great Britain's James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent row to win the
men's pairs final at the rowing world championships in Lucerne August
25, 2001. The gold was their second of the championships.

RS/ 
SPORTS ROWING
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August 25, 2001 
GREAT BRITAIN'S CRACKNELL AND PINSENT CELEBRATE AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S
PAIR AT ROWING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS.


Great... 
Rotsee, Switzerland 
GREAT BRITAIN'S CRACKNELL AND PINSENT CELEBRATE AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S
PAIR AT ROWING WORLD ... 
GREAT BRITAIN'S CRACKNELL AND PINSENT CELEBRATE AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S
PAIR AT ROWING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS.


Great Britain's James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent celebrate after
winning the men's pairs final at the rowing world championships in
Lucerne August 25, 2001. The team from Yugoslavia finished in second
place. 
SPORTS ROWING
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August 25, 2001 
Great Britain's James Cracknell, Matthew Pinsent (R) and cox Neil
Chugani (L) win the men's coxed final... 
Rotsee, Switzerland 
GREAT BRITAN'S CRACKNELL, PINSENT AND CHUGANI WIN COXED PAIR FINAL AT
ROWING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS. 
Great Britain's James Cracknell, Matthew Pinsent (R) and cox Neil
Chugani (L) win the men's coxed final at the rowing world championships
in Lucerne August 25, 2001. Great Britan won ahead of Italy.

RS/ 
SPORTS ROWING
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August 25, 2001 
Great Britain's James Cracknell, Matthew Pinsent and Neil Chugani (B)
win ahead of team Italy (F) the... 
Rotsee, Switzerland 
GREAT BRITAIN'S CRACKNELL, PINSENT AND CHUGANI WIN COXED PAIR FINAL AT
ROWING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS. 
Great Britain's James Cracknell, Matthew Pinsent and Neil Chugani (B)
win ahead of team Italy (F) the men's coxed final at the rowing world
championships in Lucerne August 25, 2001.

RS/ 
SPORT ROWING
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June 16, 2001 
Britain's coxless pair rowing team James Cracknell (L) and Matthew Pinsent (R) row on the way to win... 
Seville, Spain 
BRITISH COXLESS PAIR ROW TO WIN FINAL OF 2001 ZURICH ROWING WORLD CUP IN SEVILLE. 
Britain's coxless pair rowing team James Cracknell (L) and Matthew Pinsent (R) row on the way to win the final at the Zurich Rowing World Cup on June 16, 2001 in Seville. Britain's team came first and clocked 6 minutes 56.13 seconds, followed by Germany.

DB/CRB 
SPORT ROWING
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June 16, 2001 
Britain's coxless pair rowing team James Cracknell (L) and Matthew Pinsent (R) celebrate on the podium... 
Seville, Spain 
BRITISH COXLESS PAIR CELEBRATE AFTER FINAL OF 2001 ZURICH ROWING WORLD CUP IN SEVILLE. 
Britain's coxless pair rowing team James Cracknell (L) and Matthew Pinsent (R) celebrate on the podium after the final at the Zurich Rowing World Cup on June 16, 2001 in Seville. Britain's team came first and clocked 6 minutes 56.13 seconds followed by Germany.

DB/CRB 
BRITAIN
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May 01, 2001 
Britain's five time olympic gold medallist, Sir Steven Redgrave (L) poses after he received a Knight... 
London, UK 
BRITISH OLYMPIANS REDGRAVE FOSTER CRACKNELL AND PINSENT RECEIVE HONOURS AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE. 
Britain's five time olympic gold medallist, Sir Steven Redgrave (L) poses after he received a Knight Bachelor from Queen Elizabeth II, fellow Olympians (L-R) Tim Foster, James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent all received OBE's, at Buckingham Palace London, May 1, 2001. Redgrave was honoured after winning his record-breaking fifth Olympic Gold medal at the Sydney games in the coxless fours.

BR/AA 
SPORT ROWING
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February 15, 2001 
Britain's Olympic rowers Matthew Pinsent and Tim Foster (R) pose for photographers during a news conference... 
Henley, UK 
BRITISH ROWERS PINSENT AND FOSTER ANNOUNCE THEY ARE TO CONTINUE ROWING. 
Britain's Olympic rowers Matthew Pinsent and Tim Foster (R) pose for photographers during a news conference in Henley on Thames February 15, 2001. Pinsent and Foster, part of Britain's gold medal winning coxless fours at the Sydney Olympics, have announced that they intend to compete in the 2004 Olympic games in Athens.

PS 
ROWING
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September 23, 2000 
British rower Steve Redgrave (2nd R) leans back as team mates celebrate their gold medal victory in the... 
Sydney, Australia 
British rower Steve Redgrave (2nd R) leans back as team mates celebrate their gold medal victory in ..... 
British rower Steve Redgrave (2nd R) leans back as team mates celebrate their gold medal victory in the Men's Coxless Four at The Sydney Olympics, September 23, 2000. The win gave Redgrave his fifth successive gold medal at the Olympics. Crew members are L to R: Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Redgrave, James Cracknell. 
ROWING
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September 23, 2000 
Matthew Pinsent, James Cracknell, Tim Foster and Steven Redgrave (R to L) wave the British flag after... 
Sydney, Australia 
Matthew Pinsent, James Cracknell, Tim Foster and Steven Redgrave (R to L) wave the British flag afte..... 
Matthew Pinsent, James Cracknell, Tim Foster and Steven Redgrave (R to L) wave the British flag after winning the gold medal in the men's coxless four rowing event at the Sydney Olympics September 23, 2000. Great Britain won the gold medal [ahead of Italy and Australia.] 
OLYMPICS
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September 23, 2000 
Matthew Pinsent, Steven Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning the gold medal... 
Sydney, Australia 
Pinsent, Redgrave and Cracknell celebrate after winning the gold medal in the men's coxless four rowing... 
Matthew Pinsent, Steven Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning the gold medal in the men's coxless four rowing event at the Sydney Olympics September 23, 2000. Great Britain won the gold medal ahead of Italy and Australia. Steve Redgrave of Britain claimed his fifth gold in successive Olympics. Redgrave won his first gold in the coxed fours in Los Angeles in 1984 followed up with wins in the men's coxless pairs at Seoul (1988), Barcelona (1992) and Atlanta (1996). BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/Andy Clark 
SPORT OLYMPIC ROWING
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September 23, 2000 
Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell.

AC 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITISH MEN'S FOUR ROWING TEAM STRAIN AT OARS DURING OLYMPIC RACE. 
Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell.

AC 
SPORT OLYMPIC ROWING
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September 23, 2000 
Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Redgrave, James Cracknell.

AC/HB 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITISH MEN'S FOUR ROWING TEAM WIN GOLD AT OLYMPICS. 
Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Redgrave, James Cracknell.

AC/HB 
SPORT OLYMPICS ROWING
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September 23, 2000 
Matthew Pinsent, James Cracknell, Tim Foster and Steven Redgrave (R to L) wave the British flag after... 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITONS CELEBRATE AFTER WINNING THE GOLD MEDAL IN THE MEN'S COXLESS FOUR ROWING EVENT. 
Matthew Pinsent, James Cracknell, Tim Foster and Steven Redgrave (R to L) wave the British flag after winning the gold medal in the men's coxless four rowing event at the Sydney Olympics September 23, 2000. Great Britain won the gold medal ahead of Italy and Australia.

LE 
SPORT OLYMPICS
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September 23, 2000 
Britons Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steven Redgrave and James Cracknell (R to L) smile on the podium... 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITONS CELEBRATE AFTER WINNING THE GOLD MEDAL IN THE MEN'S COXLESS FOUR ROWING EVENT. 
Britons Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steven Redgrave and James Cracknell (R to L) smile on the podium after winning the gold medal in the men's coxless four rowing event at the Sydney Olympics September 23, 2000. Britain won the gold medal ahead of Italy and Australia. Redgrave claimed his fifth gold in successive Olympics. Redgrave won his first gold in the coxed fours in Los Angeles in 1984 followed up with wins in the men's coxless pairs at at Seoul (1988), Barcelona (1992) and Atlanta (1996).

LE 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR10TUD 
September 23, 2000 
Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steven Redgrave and James Cracknell (R to L) of Britain celebrate after... 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITONS CELEBRATE AFTER WINNING THE GOLD MEDAL IN THE MEN'S COXLESS FOUR ROWING EVENT. 
Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steven Redgrave and James Cracknell (R to L) of Britain celebrate after winning the gold medal in the men's coxless four rowing event at the Sydney Olympics September 23, 2000. Britain won the gold medal ahead of Italy and Australia.

LE 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR10TTY 
September 23, 2000 
Britons Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steven Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning... 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITONSS CELEBRATE AFTER WINNING THE OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL IN THE MEN'S COXLESS FOUR ROWING EVENT. 
Britons Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steven Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning the gold medal in the men's coxless four rowing event at the Sydney Olympics September 23, 2000. Britain won the gold medal ahead of silver medallists Italy and bronze medallists Australia. Steve Redgrave claimed his fifth gold in successive Olympics. Redgrave won his first gold in the coxed fours in Los Angeles in 1984 followed up with wins in the men's coxless pairs at at Seoul (1988), Barcelona (1992) and Atlanta (1996).

LE 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR10TTA 
September 23, 2000 
Matthew Pinsent falls into the water as Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell (R to L) look on after Britain... 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITS CELEBRATE AFTER WINNING THE GOLD MEDAL IN THE MEN'S COXLESS FOUR ROWING EVENT. 
Matthew Pinsent falls into the water as Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell (R to L) look on after Britain won the gold medal in the men's coxless four rowing event at the Sydney Olympics September 23, 2000. Britain won the gold medal ahead of Italy and Australia. Redgrave claimed his fifth gold in successive Olympics. Redgrave won his first gold in the coxed fours in Los Angeles in 1984 followed up with wins in the men's coxless pairs at at Seoul (1988), Barcelona (1992) and Atlanta (1996).

ACLA 
SPORT OLYMPICS ROWING
RTR10TRW 
September 23, 2000 
Matthew Pinsent, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning the gold medal in... 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITS CELEBRATE AFTER WINNING THE GOLD MEDAL IN THE MEN'S COXLESS FOUR ROWING EVENT. 
Matthew Pinsent, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning the gold medal in the men's coxless four rowing event at the Sydney Olympics September 23, 2000. Great Britain won the gold medal ahead of Italy and Australia. Redgrave claimed his fifth gold in successive Olympics. Redgrave won his first gold in the coxed fours in Los Angeles in 1984 followed up with wins in the men's coxless pairs at at Seoul (1988), Barcelona (1992) and Atlanta (1996). PP04010115
ACLA 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR10TRN 
September 23, 2000 
Tim Foster, Matthew Pinsent, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning the... 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITS CELEBRATE AFTER WINNING THE GOLD MEDAL IN THE MEN'S COXLESS FOUR ROWING EVENT. 
Tim Foster, Matthew Pinsent, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning the gold medal in the men's coxless four rowing event at the Sydney Olympics September 23, 2000. Great Britain won the gold medal ahead of Italy and Australia. Steve Redgrave of Britain claimed his fifth gold in successive Olympics. Redgrave won his first gold in the coxed fours in Los Angeles in 1984 followed up with wins in the men's coxless pairs at Seoul (1988), Barcelona (1992) and Atlanta (1996).

ACLA 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR10TRC 
September 23, 2000 
Matthew Pinsent, Steven Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning the gold medal... 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITS CELEBRATE AFTER WINNING THE GOLD MEDAL IN THE MEN'S COXLESS FOUR ROWING EVENT. 
Matthew Pinsent, Steven Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning the gold medal in the men's coxless four rowing event at the Sydney Olympics September 23, 2000. Great Britain won the gold medal ahead of Italy and Australia. Steve Redgrave of Britain claimed his fifth gold in successive Olympics. Redgrave won his first gold in the coxed fours in Los Angeles in 1984 followed up with wins in the men's coxless pairs at Seoul (1988), Barcelona (1992) and Atlanta (1996). ACLA
Also refer to: GF2DUSCLLUAC 
YEAREND
RTR12D81 
September 22, 2000 
Matthew Pinsent, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning the gold medal in... 
Sydney, Australia 
YEAREND PICTURES 2000. 
Matthew Pinsent, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell (L to R) celebrate after winning the gold medal in the men's coxless four rowing event at the Sydney Olympics September 23, 2000. Great Britain won the gold medal ahead of Italy and Australia. Redgrave claimed his fifth gold in successive Olympics. Redgrave won his first gold in the coxed fours in Los Angeles in 1984 followed up with wins in the men's coxless pairs at at Seoul (1988), Barcelona (1992) and Atlanta (1996). REUTERS/Andy Clark

ACLA/FMS 
SPORT OLYMPIC ROWING
RTR10IH9 
September 17, 2000 
James Cracknell, Redgrave, Tim Foster and Matthew Pinsent.

AC 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITISH ROWER STEVEN REDGRAVE AND CREW AFTER QUALIFYING HEAT AT OLYMPICS. 
James Cracknell, Redgrave, Tim Foster and Matthew Pinsent.

AC 
OLYMPICS
RTXJZFV 
September 15, 2000 
British coxless fours rower Matthew Pinsent carries the Union Jack during the opening ceremony of the... 
Sydney, Australia 
British coxless fours rower Matthew Pinsent carries the Union Jack during the opening ceremony of th..... 
British coxless fours rower Matthew Pinsent carries the Union Jack during the opening ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, September 15, 2000. Athletes from 199 nations are participating in the XXVII Summer Olympic Games which will continue until October 1. 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR10ER4 
September 15, 2000 
British rower Matthew Pinsent, a past double Olympic gold medallist, carries his country's flag during... 
Sydney, Australia 
PINSENT CARRIES BRITISH FLAG AT OLYMPICS OPENING. 
British rower Matthew Pinsent, a past double Olympic gold medallist, carries his country's flag during the opening ceremony of Sydney's Olympic Games September 15, 2000. Athletes from 199 nations are participating in the XXVII Summer Olympic Games which will continue until October 1.

CLH/JDP 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR10EJA 
September 15, 2000 
Great Britain's Olympic rower and flag bearer Matthew Pinsent waves to the crowd as he marches into the... 
Sydney, Australia 
GREAT BRITAIN'S OLYMPIC ROWER AND FLAG BEARER MATTHEW PINSENT MARCHES INTO THE STADIUM. 
Great Britain's Olympic rower and flag bearer Matthew Pinsent waves to the crowd as he marches into the stadium during the opening ceremony of the Sydney Olympic Games September 15, 2000. Athletes from 199 nations are participating in the XXVII Summer Olympic Games which will continue until October 1.

JOH 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR10E7V 
September 15, 2000 
British coxless fours rower Matthew Pinsent carries the Union Jack during the opening ceremony of the... 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITISH ROWER PINSENT CARRIES THE UNION JACK DURING OLYMPIC OPENING CEREMONY. 
British coxless fours rower Matthew Pinsent carries the Union Jack during the opening ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, September 15, 2000. Athletes from 199 nations are participating in the XXVII Summer Olympic Games which will continue until October 1.

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September 15, 2000 
British rower Matthew Pinsent waves to spectators as he enters the Olympic Stadium with a British flag... 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITISH ROWER MATTHEW PINSENT ENTERS OLYMPIC STADIUM AT OPENING CEREMONY OF SYDNEY 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES.... 
British rower Matthew Pinsent waves to spectators as he enters the Olympic Stadium with a British flag during the Opening Ceremony of the XXVII Olympic Games September 15, 2000. Athletes from 199 nations are participating in the Games which will continue until October 1.

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September 15, 2000 
Great Britain's Olympic rower and flag bearer Matthew Pinsent marches into the stadium during the opening... 
Sydney, Australia 
GREAT BRITAINS OLYMPIC ROWER AND FLAG BEARER MATTHEW PINSENT MARCHES INTO THE STADIUM. 
Great Britain's Olympic rower and flag bearer Matthew Pinsent marches into the stadium during the opening ceremony of the Sydney Olympic Games, September 15, 2000. Athletes from 199 nations are participating in the XXVII Summer Olympic Games which will continue until October 1.

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September 15, 2000 
British rower Matthew Pinsent, a past double Olympic gold medallist, carries his country's flag during... 
Sydney, Australia 
PINSENT CARRIES BRITISH FLAG AT OLYMPICS OPENING. 
British rower Matthew Pinsent, a past double Olympic gold medallist, carries his country's flag during the opening ceremony of Sydney's Olympic Games September 15, 2000. Athletes from 199 nations are participating in the XXVII Summer Olympic Games which will continue until October 1.

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September 15, 2000 
British rower Matthew Pinsent, a past double Olympic gold medallist, carries his country's flag during... 
Sydney, Australia 
PINSENT CARRIES BRITISH FLAG AT OLYMPICS OPENING. 
British rower Matthew Pinsent, a past double Olympic gold medallist, carries his country's flag during the opening ceremony of Sydney's Olympic Games September 15, 2000. Athletes from 199 nations are participating in the XXVII Summer Olympic Games which will continue until October 1.

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OLYMPICS
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September 09, 2000 
Britain's Olympic gold medal hopefuls in the uncoxed four row on Hinze lake in the dusk September 9,... 
Hinze, Australia 
Britain's Olympic gold medal hopefuls in the uncoxed four row on Hinze lake in the dusk September 9,..... 
Britain's Olympic gold medal hopefuls in the uncoxed four row on Hinze lake in the dusk September 9, 2000. The team ( L to R) Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell who hope to help Redgrave to his British record breaking fifth gold medal in the event. 
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September 09, 2000 
Britain's Olympic gold medal hopeful Steve Redgrave takes a rest during training on Hinze lake September... 
Hinze, Australia 
BRITAIN'S STEVE REDGRAVE TAKES A BREAK DURING TRAINING. 
Britain's Olympic gold medal hopeful Steve Redgrave takes a rest during training on Hinze lake September 9, 2000. His team Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell hope to help Redgrave to his British record breaking fifth gold medal in the event.

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September 09, 2000 
Britain's Olympic gold medal hopefuls in the uncoxed four row on Hinze lake in the dusk September 9,... 
Hinze, Australia 
BRITAIN'S UNCOXED FOUR ROW IN THE DUSK. 
Britain's Olympic gold medal hopefuls in the uncoxed four row on Hinze lake in the dusk September 9, 2000. The team ( L to R) Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell who hope to help Redgrave to his British record breaking fifth gold medal in the event.

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September 09, 2000 
Britain's Olympic gold medal hopefuls in the coxless four row in the evening light on Hinze September... 
Hinze, Australia 
BRITAIN'S UNCOXED FOUR ROW IN THE EVENING SUN. 
Britain's Olympic gold medal hopefuls in the coxless four row in the evening light on Hinze September 9, 2000. The team ( R to L) Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell who hope to help Redgrave to his British record breaking fifth gold medal in the event.

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September 09, 2000 
Britain's Olympic gold medal hopefuls in the uncoxed four row in Hinze lake September 9, 2000. The team... 
Hinze, Australia 
BRITAIN'S UNCOXED FOUR ROW IN HINZE LAKE. 
Britain's Olympic gold medal hopefuls in the uncoxed four row in Hinze lake September 9, 2000. The team ( R to L) Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell who hope to help Redgrave to his British record breaking fifth gold medal in the event.

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September 09, 2000 
Britain's Olympic gold medal hopefuls in the uncoxed four row set off under a setting sun on Hinze lake... 
Hinze, Australia 
BRITAIN'S UNCOXED FOUR ROW PAST THE BURNING FORESTS. 
Britain's Olympic gold medal hopefuls in the uncoxed four row set off under a setting sun on Hinze lake September 9, 2000. The team ( R to L) Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell who hope to help Redgrave to his British record breaking fifth gold medal in the event.

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September 03, 2000 
Britain's Olympic gold hopeful in the coxless four during gently row after time trials on the tree lined... 
Hinze, Australia 
BRITAIN'S COXLESS FOUR TRAIN ON THE TREE LINED HINZE DAM. 
Britain's Olympic gold hopeful in the coxless four during gently row after time trials on the tree lined Hinze dam September 3, 2000. The team (L to R) Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell hope to help Redgrave to his British record breaking fifth gold medal in the event.

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OLYMPICS BRITISH
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September 03, 2000 
Britain's Olympic gold hopeful in the coxless four during time trials on the Hinze dam September 3, 2000.... 
Hinze, Australia 
BRITAIN'S COXLESS FOUR TRAIN THROUGH LANES ON THE HINZE DAM. 
Britain's Olympic gold hopeful in the coxless four during time trials on the Hinze dam September 3, 2000. The team (R to L) Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster (obscured), Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell hope to help Redgrave to his British record breaking fifth gold medal in the event.

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