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Medals from all contested International Classes

Great Britain rounded off a good day at Lucerne’s Rotsee venue with medals from all four  international class finals that they contested after 11 crews had earlier qualified for tomorrow’s Olympic class finals through heats, repechages, semi-finals and seeding races. […]

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Eleven crews in Olympic class finals

Britain has 11 finalists in Olympic class events at the world cup finals here in Lucerne after some solid semi-final and repechage performances today including semi-final wins for the Siemens-backed men’s double scull of Stephen Rowbotham and Matt Wells alongside […]

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More Crews through to semis

Alan Campbell, a medallist at the season’s first world cup and a finalist at the second seemed largely unruffled – despite some pressure applied by Sweden’s Lassi Karonen – in qualifying for the semi-finals of the season’s third and final […]

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Eleven crews progress in Lucerne

Eleven British crews progressed from their heats this morning at this season’s third and final world cup of the season in Lucerne. The men’s four, racing with a substitute, and the women’s quadruple scull, both sponsored by Camelot, were amongst […]

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Medal hopes in Lucerne

Great Britain’s rowers contest the season’s final world cup in Lucerne, Switzerland, starting Friday (13 July) and finishing on Sunday with hopes of medals despite injury problems for some leading Olympic-class boats. With 876 athletes from 41 countries in action […]

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Partridge out for Henley and Lucerne

Just when it looked as if the Great Britain squad –  announced today for the third and final 2007 world cup due to take place in Lucerne, Switzerland, from July 13-15 – would have a more familiar look to it […]

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Two medals for GB eights

Britain’s men took gold and bronze in the final of the men’s eight at the world cup in Amsterdam today to make a little piece of history all of their own. Britain had never qualified two eights for a world […]

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Britain takes inaugural adaptive world cup gold

Britain has won the inaugural world cup race for  adaptive rowers – the mixed adaptive four- sponsored by Siemens at the world cup in Amsterdam. Coxed by Tamsin Cottle, the four which  includes Naomi Riches, Vicki Hansford, Alan Crowther and […]

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Twelve crews in final as eights make history

Twelve British crews – eight of them Olympic classes – will race in tomorrow’s finals of the world cup in Amsterdam.  The tally includes, for the  first time ever in a world cup final, two men’s eights. Britain’s semi-final winners […]

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Two head-turning eights

Both of the British men’s eights turned a few heads on Amsterdam’s Bosbaan lake in today’s world cup racing but for different reasons. The "new" composite eight, sponsored jointly by Siemens and Camelot, stroked by Olympic champion Steve Williams and […]

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