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Thomas David "Tom" Lucy (born 1 May 1988 in Bristol) is a Welsh international rower from Llangovan near Monmouth. He won a silver medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics for Great Britain in the Men's eight.
At 17, he won bronze at the world 2005 junior rowing championships in Brandenburg, Germany, racing in the GB coxless four. A year later, he won gold in the same event at the world juniors in Amsterdam. In 2007, he finished third at the senior British final trials regatta with Colin Smith, earning a place in the GB men's eight that won bronze at the World Cup regatta in Amsterdam and the world championships in Munich, where at 19 he became the second youngest British rower ever to land a senior world championship medal. Called up into the GB flagship four after injury to bowman Tom James, Lucy won gold at the first World Cup regatta of 2008 back on the Munich course, before going on to win World Cup gold in the GB eight in Poznań, Poland, which secured the overall World Cup title for GB, and Olympic silver in Beijing.
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- "Team GB > Beijing 2008 > Athlete profile > Tom Lucy". 2008 Summer Olympics. Retrieved 3 January 2010.
- "Olympic hero Lucy to quit rowing". BBC. 10 January 2009. Retrieved 3 January 2010.