Steve Redgrave won his first Olympic gold medal in 1984 LA Olympics.
Steve Redgrave's first Olympic gold medal was at the 1984 Games in Los Angeles in men's coxed fours.
Steve redgrave 5 times olympic gold. record
He won his first Olympic gold medal (men's coxed fours) at the age of 22 at the 1984 Summer Games in Los Angeles.
Sir Steve Redgrave won his fifth Olympic Gold medal at the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. He was rowing with Tim Foster, James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent in the Coxless Four final.
Steve Redgrave is a five-time Olympic gold medalist in the sport of rowing.
1984 Summer Games in Los Angeles ... he won gold in men's coxed fours rowing with teammates Andy Holmes, Martin Cross, Richard Budgett, and coxswain Adrian Ellison.
There was only one gold medal won by the UK in the 1996 Olympics, that was by Matthew Pinsent and Steve Redgrave in the Rowing, Men's Coxless Pair
Sir Steven Redgrave has won 17 gold medals including the olympics, the commonwealth games and world championships!
Sir Steve Redgrave, as he is now known as he has been knighted, first entered the Olympics in 1984 and went onto win Gold Medals for five consecutive times. The 1984 Olympics were held in the American of Los Angeles.
5, each from a different Olympic game.
1997, before his last Olympic gold in Sydney
Steve Redgrave (5).
STEVE REDGRAVE Redgrave won gold in 1984 in the Coxed Pair ... 1988, 1992, and 1996 in the Coxless Pair ... and 2000 in the Coxless Four.
Steve Redgrave (born March 23, 1962 in Marlow, Buckinghamshire) is an English rower who won five gold medals at five successive Summer Olympic Games, between 1984 and 2000.
Linford Christie, Sally Gunnell, Jonathan Edwards, Steve Redgrave, Matthew Pinsent, Christine Ohurugu, Rebecca Adlington, and Kelly Holmes to name a few.