‘I have to admit, I am more familiar with the last 40 years or so and find it difficult to compare rowers from pre-war who were generally so much smaller than today’s guys.
‘So, here is my all-star eight of the last 40 or so years and my top 5 scullers from the same period.’
|Holmes and Redgrave|
2. T. Crooks
3. J. Cracknell
4. G. Searle
5. S. Redgrave
6. M. Pinsent
7. T. Foster
Str. A. Triggs-Hodge
Cox P. Sweeney
‘…and then S. Williams and M. Cross to round out the top ten sweeps rowers. It would be interesting to see how this eight would have done against a similar German eight that could call on so many powerhouse East German crews? Or eights from Australia, Canada, USA and New Zealand for that matter!’
|Alan Campbell and his coach Bill Barry|
1. A. Campbell
2. C. Baillieu
3. G. Searle
4. S. Redgrave
5. H. Matheson (or T. Crooks)
Thank you, David!
So, all you HTBS readers which rowers and scullers would you have own your lists?
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