Redgrave, Pinsent Signed 16x20 in. Team GB Photo- Golden Strokes (Limited Edition #96 of 212)
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Two of the greatest rowers of all time, Sir Steve Redgrave and Sir Matthew Pinsent jointly hold the distinction of winning a total of 14 gold medals at the World and Olympic level; a feat not matched by any other rower in history. As partners in the Olympics, they won gold in the Coxless Pairs at Barcelona 1992 and again at Atlanta 1996 before switching to the Coxless Fours for a final victory together during the Sydney 2000 Games. In a Limited Edition Series of only 212, both Steve and Matthew have personally autographed this 16x20 in. photo from the Atlanta 1996 Games. Each photo in the series is individually numbered by hand, displays the Team GB logo in the lower left corner and Official Sporting Memorabilia hologram in the lower right. Online Product Registration Card is also included.
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