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Seven Medals on Super Sunday

Against the backdrop of the Swiss foothills surrounding Lucerne’s Rotsee, Britain today won seven medals at the BearingPoint World Cup Finals. Whilst pride of place goes to the gold won by the British men’s four, the men’s quadruple scull also […]

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Four enjoy close contest

Athens Olympic gold medallist Steve Williams said that his crew "had enjoyed" today’s win in the semi-final of the BearingPoint world cup in Lucerne despite it being one of the closest finishes yet at his level for this season’s British […]

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Rowers to wear black ribbon tribute

GB Rowing’s team currently competing at the BearingPoint Rowing World Cup in Lucerne, Switzerland, will wear black ribbons in tomorrow’s (Sunday’s) finals as a mark of respect for those who lost their lives in Thursday’s bomb attacks in London. The […]

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Double Withdrawn from Lucerne

Britain withdrew its men’s double scull from this afternoon’s repechages here in Lucerne at the BearingPoint World Cup Finals because Alex Gregory had not recovered sufficiently, from the asthma attack he suffered during the morning’s heats, to race again. “I’m […]

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Six semi-finalists, one finalist

British rowers qualified for six semi-finals at the BearingPoint World Cup Finals in Lucerne, this morning.   Eight more crews have the opportunity to progress through repechages today or tomorrow. The Camelot-sponsored women’s quadruple scull, current world cup leaders, raced with […]

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Winckless Fully Fit for Lucerne

Sarah Winckless, who raced and won with the women’s quad at the Munich World Cup last month despite a painful left wrist injury, is back to full fitness and will race in  Lucerne this weekend a tthe BearingPoint  World Cup […]

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GB Crews for Henley and Lucerne

GB Rowing today announced its crews for Henley Royal Regatta (29 June-3 July) and the final stage of the World Cup series in Lucerne, Switzerland (July 8-10), in the knowledge that the men’s four, sponsored by Camelot, have already won […]

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Two golds in Munich

Alex Partridge, the man who missed Athens through illness, believes that the 2005 British men’s four needs to prove it is an "excellent" rather than just a "good" crew. They went some way to establishing their credentials in an event […]

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Poznan to host 2009 World Championships

Poznan in Poland, a World Cup Venue in 2004,  has been named as the FISA (World Rowing Federation) Council choice to host the 2009 World Championships. News The FISA Council, meeting in Munich during the 2005 BearingPoint World Cup this […]

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Ten GB Crews in Munich finals

GB Rowing has qualified ten boats for the finals of the BearingPoint World Cup in Munich tomorrow – seven in Olympic classes and three in non-Olympic. News After a frustrating two and a half hour delay the Camelot-sponsored men’s four […]

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