Constantine Louloudis wins Gold at Rio

Trinity Old Member, Constantine Louloudis (2010), has won a gold medal at the Olympic Games in Rio.

Constantine was stroke in Britain’s men’s coxless IV, which comfortably beat its main rivals, Australia, and won the fifth consecutive Olympic Gold Medal in the coxless IVs for Great Britain.

Constantine, rowing with the British men’s VIII, won a Bronze Medal at the 2012 Olympics and Gold at the World Rowing Championships in 2014. Away from the water, he achieved a First Class degree in Classics in 2015. Trinity is delighted to be able to congratulate him once again on his rowing success!

Posted: 12 August 2016

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