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Tim Foster

Olympic gold winning rower turned Olympic coach

Tim Foster Biography

Now an elite coach, Tim Foster became a household name during his career as a British Olympic rower. Part of the coxless four who won Gold at the Sydney Games in the year 2000, Foster’s determination and technique have served to inspire a new generation of sportsmen and women.

Having retired from professional competition after reaching the pinnacle of his career, Foster has since concentrated on working as a coach, helping new rowers at all stages of their journey towards Olympic stardom.

  • British rower and coach
  • Olympic gold winner
  • Nine times Rowing World Championship medallist
  • Motivational speaker

Speaking Style

Relaxed and approachable, Foster's humour and ability to recount his experiences with vitality and purpose have enabled him to become a truly motivational and entertaining speaker.

Tim Foster Videos


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Tim Foster‘s Topics

Winning & Success

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Overcoming illness

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Part of the Best

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