Sir Steve Redgrave Video Highlights

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Sir Steve Redgrave won gold medals at five consecutive Olympic Games from 1984 to 2000. He has also won three Commonwealth Games gold medals and nine World Rowing Championships gold medals. In 2011 he received the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award

Redgrave is one of only four Olympians to have won a gold medal at five consecutive Olympic Games. This achievement led to him being hailed as Britain's greatest Olympian.

THE OLYMPICS

Year: 2000
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Four
Time: 5.56,24

Year: 1996
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Pairs
Time: 6.20,09

Year: 1992
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Pairs
Time: 6.27,72

Year: 1988
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Pairs
Time: 6.36,84

Year: 1984
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxed Four
Time: 6.18,64

Year: 1988
Achievement: Bronze Medal Coxed Pair
Time: 7.01,95

Year: 1996
Flagbearer for British Olympic Team

Year: 1992
Flagbearer for British Olympic Team

THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Year: 1999
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Four

Year: 1998
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Four

Year: 1997
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Four

Year: 1995
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Pairs

Year: 1994
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Pairs

Year: 1993
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Pairs

Year: 1991
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Pairs

Year: 1987
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Pairs

Year: 1986
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxed Pairs

Year: 1989
Silver Medal Coxless Pairs

Year: 1987
Silver Medal Coxed Pairs

Year: 1990
Bronze Medal Coxless Pairs

THE COMMONWEALTH GAMES

Year: 1986
Achievement: Gold Medal Single Sculls

Year: 1986
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Pairs

Year: 1986
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxed Four

THE WORLD CUP

Year: 2000
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Four

Year: 1999
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Four

Year: 1997
Achievement: Gold Medal Coxless Four

HENLEY ROYAL REGATTA

Year: 2001
Achievement: Queen Mother (Ian Lawson, Simon Cottell, Pete Gardner: Time 7:05)

Year: 2000
Achievement: Stewards' Cup (Matthew Pinsent, Ed Coode, James Cracknell: Time 6:50)

Year: 1999
Achievement: Stewards' Cup (Matthew Pinsent, Ed Coode, James Cracknell: Time 6:51)

Year: 1998
Achievement: Stewards' Cup (Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, James Cracknell: Time 6:41)

Year: 1997
Achievement: Stewards' Cup (Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, James Cracknell: Time 6:47)

Year: 1995
Achievement: Prince Philip (Matthew Pinsent, Larry Reed, Joe Michels: Time 6:44)
Achievement: Silver Goblets (Matthew Pinsent: Time 7:18)

Year: 1994
Achievement: Silver Goblets (Matthew Pinsent: Time 7:22)

Year: 1993
Achievement: Stewards' Cup (Ben Hunt-Davis, Rupert Obholtzer, Richard Manners: Time 6.44)
Achievement: Silver Goblets (Matthew Pinsent: Time 7:22)

Year: 1991
Achievement: Silver Goblets (Matthew Pinsent: Time 7:38)

Year: 1989
Achievement: Silver Goblets (Simon Beresford)

Year: 1987
Achievement: Silver Goblets (Andy Holmes)

Year: 1986
Achievement: Silver Goblets (Andy Holmes)

Year: 1985
Achievement: Diamond Sculls

Year: 1984
Achievement: Prince Philip (Andy Holmes, Richard Budgett, Martin Cross and Cox, Adrian Ellison)

Year: 1983
Achievement: Diamond Sculls

Year: 1982
Achievement: Double Sculls (Adam Clift)
Achievement: Queen Mother (Adam Clift, Eric Sims, Julian Scrivener)

Year: 1981
Achievement: Double Sculls (Eric Sims)

Achievement: Queen Mother (Adam Clift, Eric Sims, Julian Scrivener)

Year: 1981
Achievement: Double Sculls (Eric Sims)

INDOOR EVENTS

Indoor Event: World Rowing Championships
Year: 1990
Achievement: Indoor World Rowing Champion

 

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