Steven Geoffrey (Steve) REDGRAVE

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1962-03-23
Education Marlow C of E First Sch, Holy Trinity Sch Marlow, Burford Sch Marlow Bottom, Great Marlow Sch
Books & Publications Publications A Golden Age (autobiography, with Nick Townsend), Steve Redgrave's Complete Book of Rowing, You Can Win at Life (with Nick Townsend)
Recreations N/A
Clubs Marlow Rowing, Leander
Style Sir Steve Redgrave, CBE
Career sports conslt and former rower; notable achievements incl: runner-up double sculls World Jr Championships 1980, 20 wins Henley Royal Regatta 1981-2001, Gold medal coxed fours Olympic Games Los Angeles 1984, Wingfield Sculls champion 1985-89, Gold medal coxless pairs World Championships 1986 and 1987 (Silver medal coxed pairs 1987), 3 Gold medals Cwlth Games 1986 (single sculls, coxed fours, coxless pairs), Gold medal coxless pairs Olympic Games Seoul 1988 (Bronze medal coxed pairs), indoor world rowing champion 1991, world champion coxless pairs 1991, Gold medal coxless pairs Olympic Games Barcelona 1992, world champion coxless pairs 1993, 1994 and 1995, world record holder coxless pairs 1994, Gold medal coxless pairs Olympic Games Atlanta 1996, world champion coxless fours 1997, 1998 and 1999, Gold medal coxless fours Olympic Games Sydney 2000; flagbearer Olympic Games 1992 and 1996; winner Team of the Year (with M Pinsent) BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards 1992 and 1996, BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2000, Golden Personality BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards 2003; pres Amateur Rowing Assoc (ARA), dir Five Gold (www.fivegold.co.uk), hon vice-pres Diabetes UK; Hon DTech Loughborough Univ 2001; Hon DUniv: Buckingham, Nottingham, Durham, Hull, Buckinghamshire Chilterns UC, Reading, Heriot-Watt, Open Univ, Oxford Brookes, Aberdeen Univ
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Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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