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Chasing Perfection

From Rio Gold with Team GB to redefining the indoor rowing market with Italian fitness giant Technogym. Row360 catches up with Scott Durant.
Scott Durant in the bow seat of the GB men’s eight

Describe your journey from novice to Olympian?

I started rowing at school when I was 14. I was pretty bad at it at first, but I soon grew to love the sport and everything about it. I loved the teamwork element and achieving something with others. Obviously, I was growing and getting stronger all the time. Then I went to university at Oxford Brookes and things really took off from there. I was selected to row for Great Britain as an U23 at the U23 world championships and then joined the senior national team in 2012, after the London Olympics. I raced in a variety of boats over the next few years. I did the four, the coxed pair and ultimately was selected for the eight in Rio where we won Olympic gold.

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