Double Olympic champion Hamish Bond competed at his third Olympic Games defending his 2012 Olympic title, having won gold in the coxless pair with crewmate Eric Murray. The remarkable pair had remained unbeaten internationally since 2009 and hold the world best time in the event (6:08.50) which they set at the 2012 London Olympic games going into the 2016 Rio Olympic games where the secured their second gold medal.
Hamish was born in Dunedin and first started rowing at Otago Boys High School, he now rows for North End Rowing Club. Outside of rowing Hamish is a keen and talented cyclist. Hamish married his wife Lizzie in April 2015 - they live in Cambridge in the house they built together.Read more