Alexander Matthew "Alex" Partridge ( born January 25, 1981 in San Francisco ) is a British rower. He won by 2011 three world titles and an Olympic silver medal.
Alex Partridge rowing since 1995, since his studies at Oxford Brookes University, he rowed for the Leander Club.
1998 Partridge won at the Junior World Championships, the bronze medal in pairs with coxswain, followed in 1999, silver in the coxless four. 2001 Partridge won bronze in the coxed four his first World Championship medal in the senior category. In 2002 Partridge in the British Eighth; In 2003 he also won a bronze medal here at the World Championships.
In the World Cup season 2004 Partridge rowed in the coxless four, who won the regatta in Poznan and finished in third place in Lucerne to a fifth place in Munich. Partridge was, together with Matthew Pinsent and Steve Williams in all three races of the crew, while trying at the fourth position Ed Coode, Tom Stallard and James Cracknell. Together with Pinsent, Cracknell and Williams Partridge was nominated for the Olympic Games in Athens, but then you put him in a collapsed lung fixed. Pinsent, Williams, Coode and Cracknell won the Olympic gold medal in a boat, which they had named after Alex Partridge.
2005 Partridge returned to the uncontrolled four, the new crew with Steve Williams, Peter Reed, Alex Partridge and Andrew Triggs Hodge won all three World Cup regattas and also secured the world title; 2006 could repeat the quadruple success in the same occupation, the crew members. 2007 won the four rowers in the first World Cup regatta in Linz; for the second World Cup regatta they were up in the eighth and won here. At the World Championships, the four rowers started again in the quad, but only occupied the fourth place. 2008 Partridge began as a batsman in the British Eighth and reached the World Cup, each with a first, second and third place three times the podium; at the Olympic Games in Beijing, the British Eighth won the silver medal.
2009 Partridge returned back into the coxless four, who won two World Cup races and the finals at the World Championships with a new crew. In 2010, won two World Cup regattas and the crew took the third race in third place at the World Championships the boat, however, came only fourth place. 2011 Partridge rowed again in the British eight that took second place behind Germany eighth at two World Cup regattas and at the World Championships.
- 2008: 2nd place in the aft (Alex Partridge, Tom Stallard, Tom Lucy, Richard Egington, Josh West, Matt Langridge, Alastair Heathcote, Colin Smith and coxswain Acer Nethercott )
- 2012: 3rd place in the aft (Alex Partridge, James Foad, Tom Ransley, Richard Egington, Mohamed Sbihi, Greg Searle, Matt Langridge, Constantine Louloudis and helmsman Phelan Hill )
- 2001: 3rd place in the foursome with ( Chris Martin, Henry Adams, Alex Partridge, Dan Ouseley and helmsman Peter Rudge )
- 2002: 6th place in the aft (Alex Partridge, Dan Ouseley, Jonathan Devlin, Andrew Triggs Hodge, Ben Burch, Phil Simmons, Robin Bourne - Taylor, Joe Malt tooth and Peter Rudge )
- 2003: 3rd place in the aft (Alex Partridge, Dan Ouseley, Jonathan Devlin, Andrew Triggs Hodge, Ed Coode, Phil Simmons, Robin Bourne - Taylor, Tom James and helmsman Christian Cormack )
- 2005: 1st place in the four without ( Steve Williams, Peter Reed, Alex Partridge and Andrew Triggs Hodge )
- 2006: 1st place in the four without ( Steve Williams, Peter Reed, Alex Partridge and Andrew Triggs Hodge )
- 2007: 4th place in four without ( Steve Williams, Peter Reed, Alex Partridge and Andrew Triggs Hodge )
- 2009: 1st place in the four without ( Alex Partridge, Richard Egington, Alex Gregory and Matt Langridge )
- 2010: 4th place in four without ( Alex Partridge, Richard Egington, Alex Gregory and Matt Langridge )
- 2011: 2nd place in the aft ( Nathaniel Reilly - O'Donnell, Cameron Nichol, James Foad, Alex Partridge, Mohamed Sbihi, Greg Searle, Tom Ransley, Daniel Ritchie and cox Phelan Hill )