Alison Mowbray

27th August 2004 at 01:00
* Alison Mowbray joined a British medal rush when she won rowing silver at the Athens Olympics last Sunday.

The chemistry teacher at Wycombe high school, a girls grammar, narrowly missed out on gold as part of the women's quadruple sculls crew.

Days earlier, Alison Williamson, 32, became the first teacher on the UK team to win a medal when she secured bronze in the women's individual archery.

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