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Nash and Satch bag bronze
George Nash and William Satch delivered Great Britain's fourth rowing medal of the Olympic Games by winning a bronze in the men's pair.
New Zealand's dominant crew of Hamish Bond and Eric Murray claimed gold in stunning fashion..
France held on to win the silver medal after fighting off Britain's desperate late surge in a thrilling sprint for the line.
Britain have now won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals at the Olympic regatta - with the promise of more to come.
The men's quadruple sculls crew came fifth in the opening final as Germany took the gold with Croatia in silver and Australia won the bronze.
The Germans set the pace for the length of the final and then accelerated clear of the Croatians, who had been unbeaten in 2012 up until the Olympic final.
Australia's world champions finished with bronze as Britain's medal bid faltered over the second 1,000 metres after a strong start.
Stephen Rowbotham, Charles Cousins, Tom Solesbury and Matt Wells were third at the halfway stage, having had to battle through the worst of the water in blustery conditions.
Despite missing out on the podium, they could be proud of their achievement after becoming the first British men's quad to qualify for an Olympic final.
And trailing behind them in sixth were the reigning Olympic champions from Poland.