Mohamed ‘Moe’ Sbihi MBE is a British Olympic Rowing champion.
Moe is recognised as one of the most prominent figures in the world of rowing.
A graduate of the GB Rowing Team ‘Start Programme’, Moe’s talent was spotted at just 15 years old.
With a number of International titles to his name, Moe was a member of the men’s four who took Gold at Rio 2016.
After being crowned World Champion in 2013, 2014 and 2015, Moe completed a golden Olympiad at Rio 2016 as he helped GB secure a fifth successive Olympic men’s four title.
Other titles include two European Crowns, two golds and a silver at the World Cup Regattas.
Moe, who represented GB at Junior and U23 level, also won a bronze medal with the men’s eight at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
At 6’6” tall, Moe also holds the British 2km erg (rowing machine) record, having beaten an 11 year old record set by Sir Matthew Pinsent in 2015 in a time of 5:41.8.
Moe was born in Kingston upon Thames to a British mother and Moroccan father. A practising Muslim, Moe manages to incorporate Ramadan, a month of fasting, into his training schedule.
In 2017 Moe was awarded the MBE in the Queen’s New Year Honours list for Services to Rowing.
Moe Sbihi is available to deliver inspirational speeches and take part in Q&A sessions.