Britain’s men’s eight retain title
Britain's men's eight retain their title at the World Rowing Championships as GB finish second in the medal table.
Glover and Stanning relieved to win
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning describe winning their first World Championship gold medal together as a "relief".
Video & Audio
- Listen Chambers happy with preparations
- Watch Stanning sets sights on world gold
- Watch Tanner explains Campbell's GB omission
- Watch Campbell 'devastated' by GB squad om…
- Watch Copeland happy out of the spotlight
- Listen Pacific rowers 'saved just in time'
- Watch Watkins visits the next generation
- Watch GB rower Copeland 'focused on Rio'
- Watch Coxes - The Boat Race 'goalkeepers'
- Watch Day in the life of a Boat Race rower
- Watch Rowbotham on retirement struggle
- Watch Freak waves end Atlantic rowing bid
- Watch Remembering those we have lost
- Watch Heather Stanning on life in the army
- Watch Pressure to switch boats - Campbell
- Watch Grainger seeks triathlon secret
- Watch Oxford power to 2013 Boat Race win
- Watch Cox hails Oxford's 'devastating rhyt…
- Watch The Boat Race 2013
- Watch Pinsent to make debut as umpire
- GB secure double gold at Worlds
- Britain win world silver and bronze
- Copeland and Walsh in shock defeat
- GB men's eight reach World final
- Lightweight men's four reach semis
- Strong start for Britain at Worlds
- Rowing back to the top of the world
- Triggs Hodge confident of gold
- Glover feels pressure of title bid
- GB's Houghton ruled out of Worlds
Around the Web
- External link: Great Britain topped table at World University Rowing Championships
- External link: British Rowing helping to deliver Invictus
- External link: Squad of 28 off to World University Rowing Championships
World Rowing Championships, Amsterdam, 24-31 August
GB's rowers impressed with six Olympic-class medals at the World Championships - but there is room for improvement.