Hamilton College head rowing coach Rob Weber guided the U.S. women's four to a gold medal at the 2015 World Championships on Lake Aiguebelette in France on Sept. 4.

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The U.S. boat posted a time of 6:25.22, which was more than six seconds faster than the runners-up from Great Britain. More than 1,300 athletes from 76 countries competed in the largest World Rowing Championships ever.

Weber coached the nationally ranked No. 3 Hamilton women to a bronze medal in the varsity 8 and fourth place in the team standings at the 2015 NCAA Division III Rowing Championships in Gold River, Calif., back in late May.

Hamilton's André Matias '12 represented Angola in the lightweight men's double sculls at the championships. Matias and another Angolan rower finished sixth in the "E" final with a time of 6:56.960.

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