What now for GB's top male rowers?

Great Britain's Andy Hodge and Pete Reed are two of the top rowers in the world. The trouble is, they're currently the second-best pair in the world behind New Zealand's Hamish Bond and Eric Murray, who have beaten them in 12 straight races.

Ahead of this weekend's World Cup event in Munich, John Inverdale offers an insight into what keeps the British pair motivated in their quest to overturn their Kiwi rivals and asks whether they will be tempted to give up and go back into the four where they claimed Olympic gold in Beijing in 2008.

Read Steve Redgrave's view: Reed & Hodge face tough task

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