Jonathan (Joe) Glanfield

Joe Glanfield, 28, is part of the highly successful Rogers/Glanfield 470 crew, who finished fourth in the Sydney 200 Olympic Games, won silver in Athens 2004 Olympic Games and then most recently silver at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Glanfield was intro...

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Kate Macgregor

Kate Macgregor is the younger half of the family double act that makes up two thirds of the Match Racing team, alongside sister Lucy and Annie Lush. With Lucy four years her senior ‘Mini Mac’ made her 2012 Olympic debut in Weymouth having learn...

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Leigh McMillan

Leigh McMillan, 27, is currently Britain’s top Tornado helm and is ranked sixth in the world. With nine years experience in the class, he has finished on the podium in some of the top international regattas, however is yet to win an Olympic medal. Hav...

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Lucy Macgregor

  Macgregor senior was in contention for a spot in the Yngling crew for Beijing 2008 but lost out to the ‘three blonds in a boat’ Sarah Ayton, Sarah Webb and Pippa Wilson who took gold. Outside of the boat Macgregor plays hockey for Bourn...

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Luke Patience

Luke Patience claimed silver at the World Championships in 2009, just two weeks after joining forces with Stuart Bithell in the 470 class. And the pair confirmed their Olympic spot with second at the 2011 ISAF World Championships in Perth in December. Pat...

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Nick Dempsey

Nick Dempsey became Great Britain’s first-ever Olympic windsurfing medallist with bronze at Athens 2004 in the Mistral class, the last time that event featured at the Games. At Beijing 2008 however he just missed out on the podium, finishing fourth i...

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Nick Rogers

Nick Rogers was a key member of the highly successful ‘Team GB’ that brought home five medals from both the 2000 and 2004 Olympics Games. Not satisfied with his fourth place at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and his silver medal at the Athens 200...

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Paul Goodison

Paul Goodison won his first Olympic title at the second time of asking at Beijing 2008. Goodison went on to hold the European, Olympic and world titles in 2009, having won the latter for the first time in his career in August of that year in Halifax, Canad...

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Penny Clark

Penny Clark, 32, is one of Great Britain’s top female sailors. After several years as a Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Navy, Clark has been granted leave to pursue her dream of winning Gold at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Clark previously campaign...

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Pippa Wilson

After joining forces with Olympic gold medallists, Sarah Ayton and Sarah Webb in the Yngling team Pippa Wilson won her first Olympic Gold Medal at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. For the 2009 season Wilson joined forces with Saskia Clark to race in the wome...

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