Sebastien Vieilledent and Adrien Hardy of France, 2003 Milan world champions, came back from behind to win the men's double sculls at the 28th Olympic Games Saturday morning.
|Sebastien Vieilledent (L) and Adrien Hardy of France celebrate after winning the gold medal of the men's double sculls with a time of 6:29.00 at the Athens Olympic Games in Greece, Aug. 21, 2004.|
The French pair were clocked six minutes and 29.18 second for the title.
Slovenian Luka Spik and Iztok Cop, defending champions in Sydney, won the silver with 2.51 seconds behind.
Italian Rossano Galtarossa and Alessio Sartori, who led the race from the start, had to content with the bronze at 3.79.