‘I time training around my kids’: Helen Glover seals spot at fourth Olympics

<div><p>Two-time Olympic rowing champion and mother of three has been named in women’s four aged 37 – and is targeting podium</p><p>Helen Glover is targeting Olympic glory in her fourth games after being named in a revitalised Team GB squad for this summer’s showpiece in Paris.</p><p>There is realistic hope that Great Britain will consign their sub-standard showing at Tokyo 2020 to distant memory. A medal for Glover and company in the women’s four would put the team firmly on course for success and the 37-year-old, who won gold in the coxless pairs at London 2012 and Rio 2016, feels ready to push for a third.</p> <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/sport/article/2024/jun/05/family-mum-of-three-helen-glover-2024-olympics-paris-rowing-team-gb">Continue reading...</a></div>

Two-time Olympic rowing champion and mother of three has been named in women’s four aged 37 – and is targeting podium

Helen Glover is targeting Olympic glory in her fourth games after being named in a revitalised Team GB squad for this summer’s showpiece in Paris.

There is realistic hope that Great Britain will consign their sub-standard showing at Tokyo 2020 to distant memory. A medal for Glover and company in the women’s four would put the team firmly on course for success and the 37-year-old, who won gold in the coxless pairs at London 2012 and Rio 2016, feels ready to push for a third.

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Two-time Olympic rowing champion and mother of three has been named in women’s four aged 37 – and is targeting podium

Helen Glover is targeting Olympic glory in her fourth games after being named in a revitalised Team GB squad for this summer’s showpiece in Paris.

There is realistic hope that Great Britain will consign their sub-standard showing at Tokyo 2020 to distant memory. A medal for Glover and company in the women’s four would put the team firmly on course for success and the 37-year-old, who won gold in the coxless pairs at London 2012 and Rio 2016, feels ready to push for a third.

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