Britain tops rowing medals table with 4 golds
WINDSOR, England -- Britain confirmed its status as rowing's dominant nation by winning two golds on the final day of the Olympic regatta Saturday to finish atop the medals table.
Triumphs by the men's four and the lightweight women's double sculls sparked more scenes of jubilation at Dorney Lake and took the host country's tally of golds to four, one more then New Zealand.
With the British also claiming a silver in a controversial final of the lightweight men's double sculls, they ...
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