With just 51 days to go until the start of the London 2012 Olympics, the British Olympic Association has announced that 19 London rowers have been selected to form part of the squad which will represent Team GB at the Games.
George Nash, Molesey BC
Tom James, Molesey BC
Andrew Triggs Hodge, Molesey BC
James Foad, Molesey BC
Mohamed Sbihi, Molesey BC
Greg Searle, Molesey BC
Phelan Hill, Cox
Bill Lucas, London RC
Sam Townsend, Reading University BC
Charles Cousins, Reading University BC
Tom Solesbury, Petts Wood
Jo Cook, Sunbury-on-Thames
Jessica Eddie, University of London BC
Louisa Reeve, London
Melanie WIlson, London
Rob Williams, London RC
Mark Hunter, Romford
Zac Purchase, Marlow RC
Sophie Hosking, London RC
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Britain's top rowers will be finding out shortly whether they've made the grade for London 2012.
The British Olympic Association is holding a press conference at 2pm, at which it will reveal which athletes have been chosen for Team GB.
Mark Hunter, shown below, is one of those hoping to be named for the squad.
He won a gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the lightweight men's double scull with his partner Zac Purchase.
The rowers who'll be part of team GB for next month's games are expected to be announced today, by The British Olympic Association.
Great Britain took a team of 43 rowers to Beijing, winning a haul of six medals.
Londoners were among the medal-winners for the GB Rowing Team at the first World Cup of 2012.
All 12 GB Rowing Team crews that started Sunday's finals at the world cup in Belgrade finished their journey on the podium as Britain won four golds, six silver and two bronze medals.
Wimbledon's Sophie Hosking and her new partner Kat Copeland won silver in the women's equivalent, Mel Wilson from Imperial College Boat Club won bronze in the revamped women's quadruple scull.
The women's eight was coxed by Caroline O'Connor from Ealing.