Rower Hamish Bond is a double Olympic gold medallist having won gold in the coxless pair with crewmate Eric Murray at both the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Together with Eric Murray, Bond won the two Olympic gold in addition to six consecutive world titles, with the duo unbeaten in 69 races between Olympiads.

In the years following Rio, Bond switched codes, trying his hand at road cycling. An outstanding athlete he won the national title in 2018, after a solid 39th at the world championships after suffering a puncture.

At the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games he claimed bronze in the time trial.

Bond has since returned to rowing where he is a part of the men's eight.

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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