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The GB Rowing Team is the high performance arm of British Rowing. Rowing is the nation’s most continuously successful Olympic sport, having won a gold medal in every Olympic Games since 1984, and has won six Paralympic golds since the sport was introduced to the Paralympic Games programme in 2008.
GB Rowing Team
Rower // Men's Squad
Adam Neill recovered from a serious back injury to win his first senior GB vest in 2017, going on to row in the men's eight at the World Rowing Championships.
After several years out of the sport, Neill returned strongly in 2016, winning the Ladies Plate at the Henley Royal Regatta and taking the openweight men’s title at the British Rowing Indoor Championships.
In 2017 he was invited to train full-time with the GB Rowing Team, winning a seat in the men’s eight, where he was ever-present throughout the summer. Silver and bronze medals at World Rowing Cups one and two were followed by seventh place at the World Rowing Championships in Sarasota-Bradenton.
Neill capped his year by retaining his BRIC title, ahead of GBRT teammates Tom Jeffery and Matt Rossiter.
He made his Great Britain debut in 2008, winning silver in the men’s single at the Coupe de la Jeunesse. The same year he took the Fawley Cup title at Henley.
With Rio firmly on the horizon for the core group of Olympic squad rowers, the next wave will be looking to impress at the third GB Rowing Team assessment of the season.