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cox

a coxswain, esp of a racing eight or four
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The 28-year-old and rowing partner Cath Bishop captured a silver in the women's coxless pair.
Without even waiting to get their medal they were back at the boathouse for a shower, a massage and some food before climbing back into the boat for the coxless event.
The Olympic champions from the Sydney coxless four were totally dominant, going out in front by six to seven lengths in the coxed race with the former Oxford cox Neil Chugani steering, and taking an economical ride in the coxless event less than three hours later.
Rowers Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent won the coxless pairs rowng event at Lake Lanier, near Atlanta.
The senior men's intermediate coxless quad of Joe Owen, Nick Spong, Nicholas Baird and David Rutter was also successful, as was the intermediate double of Nicholas Baird and David Rutter.
1980 MOSCOW Michelle Probert, 4x400m relay - BRONZE Charles Wiggin, Coxless pair rowing - BRONZE
"I would like to see medals from all the categories - the coxless four should be looking for gold again, despite the big-name retirements - I think the women's quad could produce a gold medal and the lightweight men as well.
Pelham and Buckworth won the open elite coxless pairs, while the Cooper brothers won the veteran C double sculls competition.
-THE coxless fours truly deserved their BBC team of the year award.
Britain's Olympic coxless fours were 10-1 for the BBC Sports Personality Team Of The Year award - and shrewdies filled their boots.
The 33-year-old claimed he and his fellow oarsmen - James Cracknell, Steve Williams and Ed Coode - were spurred to victory by Katherine and Cath Bishop's silver medal triumph in the women's coxless pairs.
The five-time Olympic gold medallist has decided to return to the sport, despite retiring after winning the coxless fours in Sydney.