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Croyde: Olympic Rower & Son Save Drowning Pair
Former Olympic rower James Cracknell has said he is "so proud'' of his son Croyde after they rescued a drowning grandfather and grandson at a beach in north Devon.
The double gold medallist, who was with his 11-year-old son at Croyde Bay on Saturday, said he was relieved everyone had walked away from the accident unharmed.
The young boy, Emerson Fairclough, declared "I'm 7. I'm too young to die'' as Cracknell approached him in the water, the sportsman's wife Beverley Turner said.
Croyde alerted his father to the emergency and they were able to help the pair, with Emerson's grandfather Jim Greatorex, 67, stunned by who their rescuers were.
Ms Turner tweeted: "Everyone walked away, shaken but fine.
The nearly-drowned granddad: 'that lad on that board saved my life' + 'bloody hell. It's the rower!'''
She added: "You never know how your kids will respond in a crisis... @croydecracknell was cool, quick thinking, kind and brave.''
Mr Greatorex had gone into the water fully clothed to help to Emerson when the pair spotted them.
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