Tim Male

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Tim Male (born 7 September 1979) is an Olympic rower who represented Great Britain in the lightweight four at the Olympic Games in 2004 and current Head Coach of King's College London Boat Club

Born in Yeovil, Somerset, Male started to row at The Oratory School after deciding that he was a less–than–exceptional cox. After school he moved on to the University of Southampton to study music and continued with his rowing, winning his first GB vest in the World Under 23 Championships in 1996 and finishing 8th in the singles.

Tim joined Tideway Scullers School after university and graduated to the senior team in 1998. From then until 2002 he raced in the lightweight double and then moved to the lightweight four in the 2002/3 and 2003/4 seasons, qualifying for the Olympic Games at the 2003 World Rowing Championships in Milan and finishing 13th in Athens.

He was selected for the Sydney Olympics in 2000 to compete in the lightweight double scull but broke his wrist in a freak training accident days before the Games were due to start.

Until 2002 he was a sculler and he returned to sculling for the 2005 season, winning a bronze medal in the lightweight men's single scull at the Eton World Cup before finishing fourth at the Lucerne World Cup in July.

He finished second in the lightweight men's single at the 2006 Great Britain Senior Selection Trials in Belgium.

Male is an accomplished violinist. [1] In 2005 he became the father of a daughter[ citation needed ]. He was a rowing coach at St George's College, Weybridge in Surrey.

Competitive records

Olympic Games

World Championships

World U23 Championships

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  1. "New Head Coach 2017/18 – King's College London Boat Club". www.theboatclub.org.uk. Retrieved 24 October 2017.