Alan Campbell - Rowing Bronze

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"No fuss" was Lynn Morgan's mantra when she decorated her Savannah row house: "I wanted it simple, clean-lined, and inviting, with a little bit of glamour and a lot of comfort." An ottoman in Zig Zag by Alan Campbell lends modern oomph between a pair of Louis XV style bergères. To highlight the architectural details, she painted moldings in high-gloss white. A David Hockney lithograph hangs above an antique mercury glass mirror. Garden stools from Emissary.   - HouseBeautiful.com

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Alan Campbell (Rowing - bronze)

Britain's Allen Campbell was knocked out at the semi-final stage in the Men's Single Sculls

Injury rules Alan Campbell out of Great Britain Rowing trials

Injury rules Alan Campbell out of Great Britain Rowing trials

Coleraine's Alan Campbell is forced to withdraw from the GB Rowing trials after picking up an injury while training in Italy.

Alan Campbell with bronze medal for single sculls / rowing

Great Britain's Alan Campbell celebrates winning bronze in the final of the Men's Single Sculls.

A tearful Alan Campbell after receiving his Bronze Medal in the Men's Single Scull rowing final.

Olympics: The thrill and the agony

Alan Campbell of Great Britain cries after receiving his bronze medal during the medal ceremony for the Men's Single Sculls final on Day 7 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Eton Dorney on August.

Mahe Drysdale and Ondrej Synek Photos - (L-R) Mahe Drysdale of New Zealand, Ondrej Synek of Czech Republic and Alan Campbell of Great Britain celebrate after coming second, first and third respectively in the Men's Single Sculls Final during day seven of the World Rowing Championships at Lake Karapiro on November 6, 2010 in Cambridge, New Zealand. - World Rowing Championships - Day 7

Mahe Drysdale and Ondrej Synek Photos Photos: 2011 Samsung World Rowing Cup III - Day 3

Mahe Drysdale and Ondrej Synek Photos - (L-R) Mahe Drysdale of New Zealand, Ondrej Synek of Czech Republic and Alan Campbell of Great Britain celebrate after coming second, first and third respectively in the Men's Single Sculls Final during day seven of the World Rowing Championships at Lake Karapiro on November 6, 2010 in Cambridge, New Zealand. - World Rowing Championships - Day 7

Alan Campbell. Bronze medalist for single sculls

Olympics rowing: Alan Campbell wins bronze for GB in single sculls

Great Britain's Alan Campbell wins bronze in the men's single sculls as New Zealand take gold and Czech Republic silver.

Alan Campbell took bronze for Team GB in the single sculls

Glorious Grainger ends long wait for gold

Tears flowed at Eton Dorney as Katherine Grainger’s long awaited first Olympic gold medal after three silvers finally came in the women’s double sculls final with Anna Watkins.

Mahe Drysdale and Ondrej Synek Photos - (L-R) Mahe Drysdale of New Zealand, Ondrej Synek of Czech Republic and Alan Campbell of Great Britain celebrate after coming second, first and third respectively in the Men's Single Sculls Final during day seven of the World Rowing Championships at Lake Karapiro on November 6, 2010 in Cambridge, New Zealand. - World Rowing Championships - Day 7

Mahe Drysdale and Ondrej Synek Photos Photos: FISA Rowing World Cup - Day Three

Mahe Drysdale and Ondrej Synek Photos - (L-R) Mahe Drysdale of New Zealand, Ondrej Synek of Czech Republic and Alan Campbell of Great Britain celebrate after coming second, first and third respectively in the Men's Single Sculls Final during day seven of the World Rowing Championships at Lake Karapiro on November 6, 2010 in Cambridge, New Zealand. - World Rowing Championships - Day 7

Great Britain's Alan Campbell cries on the podium with his bronze medal won for the men's single sculls final A of the rowing event at Eton Dorney Rowing Center in Eton, west of London, on August 3, 2012.

Great Britain's Alan Campbell cries as he poses on the podium with his bronze medal won for the men's single sculls final A of the rowing event, at Eton Dorney Rowing Centre in Eton, west of London, Aug.

Individual sculling bronze medallist Alan Campbell is helped out of his boat by Sir Steve Redgrave (I was there!)

Bronze medallist Alan Campbell is helped out of the boat by Sir Steve Redgrave after the men's single sculls rowing final

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The Pips & Drums of The Black Watch Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland on tour with The Military Band of The Scots Guard USA The Pipes & Drum.

New Zealand's Mahe Drysdale is hoisted aloft by silver medalist Ondrej Synek and Bronze medalist Alan Campbell after taking gold in the Olympic Games men's single scull rowing at Eton Dorney. Photo / Mark Mitchell

New Zealand's Mahe Drysdale is hoisted aloft by silver medalist Ondrej Synek and Bronze medalist Alan Campbell after taking gold in the Olympic Games men's single scull rowing at Eton Dorney.

BOYNTON BEACH CLUB: A NEW MUSICAL IN CONCERT at Park Vista Theatre. Bottom Row: Barbara Minkus, Heather MacRae, Barbara Walsh, Scott Burkell, Joan Barber, Nora Mae Lyng. Top Rows: Janice Lynde, Cliff Townsend, Mark Zimmerman, Stephen Berger, Jerold Goldstein, Alan Campbell, Bethe B. Austin, Michael Colby, Ned Paul Ginsburg.

BOYNTON BEACH CLUB: A NEW MUSICAL IN CONCERT at Park Vista Theatre. Bottom Row: Barbara Minkus, Heather MacRae, Barbara Walsh, Scott Burkell, Joan Barber, Nora Mae Lyng. Top Rows: Janice Lynde, Cliff Townsend, Mark Zimmerman, Stephen Berger, Jerold Goldstein, Alan Campbell, Bethe B. Austin, Michael Colby, Ned Paul Ginsburg.

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