Sophie Hosking and Katherine Copeland have said winning Team GB's fourth Olympic rowing gold was "like a dream."
The pair comfortably claimed victory ahead of China in the final of the women's lightweight double sculls final at Eton Dorney to take Great Britain's overall gold medal tally to 10.
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