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Redgrave also strongly defended the men's rowing eight including Greg Searle Greg Searle (born 20 March 1972) is a British Olympic rower educated at Hampton School and London South Bank University.
Greg Searle is an Olympic gold medalist, winning the coxed pairs event at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics with his brother Jonny Searle. claiming they had sacrificed a "safe silver" in a bid to land gold.
Redgrave said: "It's an historic day for British rowing, the first ever women's gold medal in the Olympics and it won't be the last."
That was a reference to Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins in the double sculls tomorrow, while he was full of praise for the men's eight including 40-year-old Greg Searle who pushed Germany all the way before the scale of their effort saw them overtaken on the line and have to settle for bronze.
Asked if that was a disappointment, Redgrave added: "No - no disappointment.
"The eight made the decision to go for gold - they could have played it safe and won silver."