Published Tuesday, 14 August 2012
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Brothers Richard and Peter Chambers were awarded silver medals in the Lightweight Men's Four on day six of the games.
Team GB colleague Alan Campbell, who also trains at the Bann Club, won bronze for his efforts in the Single Sculls the following day.
The next generation of rowers at the club said it is "amazing" to see how the medallists progressed.
"It's amazing just to see what you can come up from, such a small club as this, just to go up and to compete at that level," said James McAfee.
Keith Leighton, Bann Rowing Club captain described the men as "totally, totally inspirational".
"These guys, the Chambers guys and Alan, come back here any time they get a chance with a break in training. They help to coach these young athletes.
"They are absolute role models. They are very modest, down to earth guys," Mr Leighton added.
After winning, Peter Chambers said the pair were proud to represent their hometown.
"We have so much support from Coleraine and Northern Ireland and we're so thankful for that, it really helped us," he said.
"We're representing Coleraine and Northern Ireland when we go out to race and we're really proud to be from Bann Rowing Club and the whole town."
Alan Campbell said the cheering crowd and support he had received during the "once in a lifetime" race had spurred him on, despite the physical pain of the race.
"I couldn't even stand, I couldn't sit, I couldn't lie down. Everything was just hurting. But it was a huge effort and the crowd really carried me over that last 500m of the race and I have to really thank them for that," he said.
The men are due to return to Coleraine on Wednesday when they will take part in a homecoming parade.