Greg Searle Speaker Profile
Olympic Gold Medallist
Greg Searle Biography
Gregory ("Greg") Mark Pascoe Searle MBE was born 20 March 1972 in Ashford, Surrey, England and 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 and cox Garry Herbert. He also won a World Championships gold medal in 1993 with his brother. In the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, he finished third in the coxless four event. Following Atlanta, he converted briefly to competing in the single scull (coached by Harry Mahon), and won bronze at the 1997 Rowing World Championships. He was a finalist in the coxless pairs at the 2000 Sydney Olympics with Ed Coode, finishing a disappointing and close fourth, having led much of the way.
After his retirement as an international rower, Searle joined the British team in the America's Cup. He was a "grinder" in the 2002 Challenger Series.
He returned to international rowing at the age of 38 for the 2010 World Rowing Championships and won an Olympic bronze medal, age 40, in the men's eight at London 2012.
Searle was awarded an MBE in the 1993 New Year's Honours, following his gold at Barcelona.
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Posted on 21 May 2013 | 4:20 pm
Rowing Gold Medallist Greg Searle will be delivering a keynote speech at next month’s Cheltenham Science Festival. Searle, who won the coxed pairs at the 1992 Barcelona Games with his brother Jonny and cox Garry Herbert, will be taking part in a session on “The mind of an Olympic champion”. “The mind of an Olympic champion” takes place on Tuesday 4 June (8-9 p.m.) in the...[Read More]
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