Hamish first started rowing at Otago Boys High School. Outside of rowing Hamish was always a keen and talented cyclist.  Together with Eric Murray, Hamish won two Olympic gold medals and six consecutive world titles, unbeaten in 69 races between Olympiads. An outstanding athlete who has switched from rowing to road cycling after the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Hamish moved to time trialling, winning the national title in 2018, after a solid 39th at the world championships after suffering a puncture.

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Hamish's Games History

  • Commonwealth Games Gold Coast 2018

  • Olympic Summer Games Rio 2016

    • Rowing (Pair - Men)
      Men's Pair Finals A (Bond, Murray) 6:59:71
      Men's Pair Semifinals (Bond, Murray) 6:23:36 Q
      Men's Pair Heats (Bond, Murray) 6:41:75 Q
  • Olympic Summer Games London 2012

    • Rowing (Coxless Pair - Men)
      Final A 6:16.65
      Semifinal A/B 1 6:48.11 FA
      Heat 1 6:08.50 S_A/B
  • Olympic Summer Games Beijing 2008

    • Rowing (Coxless Four - Men)
      Final B 6:06.30
      Semifinal A/B - Race 01 5:57.31
      Heat 02 6:00.73
      Placed 7 of 13