Rowing: Men's Lightweight Four Final
12:10pm BBC Olympics 2
Our guys - Richard and Peter Chambers, Rob Williams and Chris Bartley - are cracking. They'll either win or come last. That's how tight the event is. This is one of the most competitiuve events in the regatta programme. You've got the world's best lightweights in there because they tend to focus on the four.
In any final of a lightweight four, there are usually six boats in a line at 1,500m. At 1,750m there are five in a line. Then it's a mad scramble. But at the Munich World Cup meet recently these guys were a length clear at 1500m. They destroyed the field, which very rarely happens in this event. My main worry is that they've peaked too early. It's going to be hard to keep that going.
Richard and Peter Chambers are the first brothers to row together for GB since the Searles in 1992. Hopefully they can get the same result. Garry Herbert