Triple Olympic rowing champion Andrew Triggs Hodge has retired from international competition.

Andrew Triggs Hodge
Triggs Hodge Also Won One European And Four World Titles

The 37-year-old was part of the Great Britain crews that won gold in the coxless fours in Beijing and London, before helping the men’s eight to victory in Rio last summer.

Triggs Hodge also won one European and four world titles.

Hodge won two of his Olympic and three of his world titles in the coxless four, an event the British men have now won at five consecutive Olympic Games.

He began his international career with a last-place finish as part on the men’s eight at the 2004 Athens Olympics, but would go on to claim his first world title as part of the coxless four in Japan the following year.