Mahe Drysdale Wins Men's Rowing Single Sculls Gold - London 2012 Olympics. Full replay from the Eton Dorney as New Zealand's Mahe Drysdale wins gold in the men's single sculls rowing event at the London 2012 Olympic Games (3 August 2012).
Ondrej Synek (CZE) won silver in the event with Alan Campbell (GBR) claiming the bronze medal.
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Rowing has been staged at all the editions of the Olympic Games, except in 1896 in Athens. It was, however, on the programme, but a stormy sea compelled the organisers to cancel the events.
Women made their debut at the Games in 1976 in Montreal. They competed in a smaller programme. The Olympic Games in 1996 in Atlanta marked the introduction of the lightweight events.
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