Redgrave hopes for 2012 clean sweep

Five-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Steve Redgrave believes Great Britain has the chance of a medal in all 13 rowing events they have qualified for at London 2012.

Redgrave says winning 10 medals, equalling GB's recent success at the World Championships, would be "tough" and all 13 "really difficult", but believes it is achievable.

The rowing legend, who was attending the Laureus Sport for Good Summit in London, also believes British pair Pete Reed and Andy Hodge, who were Beijing gold medallists in the four, will row in the four again to target another Olympic medal.