Bexleyheath's Sam Nunn believes Great Britain's coxless four can find another level despite progressing comfortably from their World Championship semi-final.
The British quartet of Nunn, Will Stewart, Freddie Davidson and David Ambler swept to victory in Racice on Thursday afternoon ahead of fellow finalists Australia and Ukraine.
Ad The team were dealt a blow prior to the heats, with Matt Aldridge ruled out through illness, only for Ambler to step in and set up a chance of World glory to add to their European gold.
RowingBooth finishes third in semi-finals to set up shot at gold2 HOURS AGO «It was good, obviously, given the regatta and the situation that we have with Matt being out at the moment,» said Nunn, reflecting on the semi-final success. «Dave is doing a phenomenal job and all credit to him, he's slotted in really, really well.Read more on eurosport.com