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cox

a coxswain, esp of a racing eight or four
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First Edwards won the coxless pairs with Lewis Clive and then he was a member of the coxless fours, having been brought in as a late sub for Thomas Tyler who contracted flu after arriving in California.
And Britain's proud tradition in the men's coxless four, following in Redgrave and Sir Matthew Pinsent's slipstream, appears in a safe boatyard.
ROWING: Britain's coxless foursome, led by one of the world's most successful pairs, Matt Pinsent and Steve Redgrave, won its heat to advance to the semifinals of the World Rowing Championships.
Scullers Helen McMillan and Gill Prescott triumphed in the women's masters D coxless quad in a composite crew with Eva Rankin of Loch Lomond and Joy Skipper of Upper Thames Rowing Club.
Tenders are invited for supply of singlr scull, double scull, coxless pair and coxless four boats
James will start his campaign at Eton Dorney today in the coxless fours crew that he won gold in Beijing in 2008.
2000: Steve Redgrave, at the age of 38, became the greatest Olympian in an endurance sport with a fifth consecutive gold medal as - alongside Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster and James Cracknell - he led Great Britain's coxless four crew to victory at the Sydney Olympics.
A gold medal winner from Beijing four years ago in the Men's Coxless Four, James, 27, took two years out of rowing to recuperate and concentrate on other commitments.
GREAT BRITAIN won the Olympic title in coxless fours for the third successive Games after a thrilling late surge.
Sean O'Neill (Stroke Men's Coxless 4), Jonno Devlin (3 Men's Coxless 4), Sean Casey (2 Men's Coxless 4), Cormac Folan (Bow Men's Coxless 4), Paul Griffin (Stroke Men's Lightweight Coxless 4), Richard Archibald (3 Men's Lightweight Coxless 4), Gearoid Towey (2 Men's Lightweight Coxless 4), Colin Moynihan (Bow Men's Lightweight Coxless 4)
Gold medals: Coxed Four-Los Angeles 1984; Coxless Pairs-Seoul 1988, Barcelona 1992 and Atlanta 1996; Coxless Four - Sydney 2000
Tees Rowing Club's senior 2 coxless quad took third place behind George Watson's College and Durham University in the Rutherford Head of the River race on the Tyne.