Constantine Louloudis

Constantine Louloudis

Rowing

  • Event Eight (M8+)
  • Date of Birth 15/09/1991
  • Born London

BIOGRAPHY

Constantine Louloudis won gold in the pair with George Nash at the World Under-23 Championships in 2011 while he was the youngest member of the victorious Oxford crew in the 2011 Boat Race, aged 19.

At the 2012 Olympic Games in London, Constantine won bronze in the men's eight, alongside Alex Partridge, Tom Ransley, Mohamed Sbihi, Matthew Langridge, Phelan Hill, James Foad, Richard Egington and Greg Searle.

He took a 'gap year' from international rowing in 2013 to concentrate on his studies at Oxford but returned to win back-to-back world titles in the men's eight in 2014 and 2015 and European gold in the men’s four in 2016. 

He crowned off a memorable 2016 by winning Olympic gold as part of the men’s coxless four in Rio.

 

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