Men's four ready for 'biggest race'

Britain's Andrew Triggs Hodge says the final of the men's four at London 2012 will be the "biggest race of his life".

Hodge along with Pete Reed, Tom James and Alex Gregory have lost their last two competitive races to Australia, and Reed urges his crew to "embrace the pressure" surrounding the Games.

James admits the quartet will be "disappointed" with a silver medal, while Gregory says the crew are doing everything in their power to achieve success this summer.

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