Silver for rowing quad scullOur men's quad scull took home our first Olympic rowing medal in Rio with a hard fought silver against reigning champions Germany. Hear from all four crew members: Karsten Forsterling, Cameron Girdlestone, James McRae and Alexander Belonogoff.
Big first day for Australian rowersDay one of competition proved to be a busy one for Australia's rowers with seven boats racing. Hear from Team Leader Ray Ebert, and heat-winning quad scull members James McRae and Cameron Girdlestone.
Off the water with Aussie rowersMembers of the Australian Rowing Team share how they like to spend their time off the water, when they aren't training and racing.
Men's Quad Sculls - Heat 2 London 2012The Australian Men's Quad Sculls team compete in heat two of their event, coming third with a time of 5:41.56 on Day 1 of the London 2012 Games. Copyright IOC and Nine Network
Men's Quad Sculls team take the BronzeOur heroes Forsterling, McRae, Morgan and Noonan fight hard in a tough race dominated by Germany, narrowly losing the Silver to Croatia.
London 2012: RowingAll of the action from Rowing at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Photos courtesy of Getty Images
Men's Quadruple Sculls(L-R) Christopher Morgan, James McRae, Karsten Forsterling and Jared Bidwell row in the men's quadruple sculls during Day 1 of the 2012 Samsung World Rowing Cup III on Lucerne Rotsee on May 25, 2012 in Lucerne, Switzerland.
Winners Are GrinnersAustralia's World Champion Quad Scull crew: (L-R) Daniel Noonan, Karsten Forsterling, James McRae and Chris Morgan pre race on Day 1 of the trials. Australian Rowing Olympic Trials, March 2012, Sydney International Rowing Centre
Men's Quad Scull - GoldChristopher Morgan, James McRae, Karsten Forsterling and Daniel Noonan pose with their gold medals after winning the Men's Quadruple Sculls final during the FISA Rowing World Championships at Lake Bled in Bled, Slovenia.