TWO girls from Sacred Heart Primary School in Henley met Olympic legends Sir Steve Redgrave and Sir Matthew Pinsent when they visited the royal regatta.
HENLEY Royal Regatta could add a sixth day, chairman Sir Steve Redgrave said today (Thursday)
FIVE-TIME Olympic rowing gold medallist Sir Steve Redgrave visited youngsters at Frieth School for their careers day.
SIR STEVE REDGRAVE, the five-time Olympic rowing gold medalist, is the new chairman of Henley Royal Regatta
We follow Henley’s victorious crews in the 175th Royal Regatta and meet Olympic rowing hero Sir Steve Redgrave.
OLYMPIC champion Sir Steve Redgrave invited some of his fellow contestants from The Jump to soak up the atmosphere at Henley Royal Regatta today.
Five-times Olympic gold medalist Sir Steve Redgrave has admitted he was “a little disappointed” that he was not picked to light the flame at the Olympics opening ceremony.
Thousands of spectators have lined the streets and river banks at Henley to watch the Olympic Torch procession as it came through town. Torchbearers included Sir Steve Redgrave, who spoke to the Standard at his pride of being ‘on home turf’ as he carried the torch from Leander.
On Tuesday 15th March, to coincide with 500 days to go until the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, as part of its See Britain campaign has launched a short film with Sir Steve Redgrave, talking about a variety of themes including sport, winning, endurance and Britain. View the film on […]