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Contrasting fates in Poland

Britain’s flagship crews, both sponsored by Camelot, experienced contrasting fates in today’s heats of the season’s second World Cup in Pozan, Poland. Whilst the men’s four, stroked by Andy Hodge and featuring Olympic gold medallist Steve Williams, were comfortable winners, […]

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Stiff Test in Poland

GB Rowing re-enters the world cup fray in Poznan, Poland, from Thursday-Saturday (15-17 June) after a solid start to the World Cup season in Munich three weeks ago. 19 crews (61 rowers) will represent Great Britain at the regatta which […]

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Four golds, two bronzes in Munich

Britain won four golds and two bronzes – with all the golds coming in Olympic class boats – at the World Cup in Munich today. Alan Campbell, described by one expert as the best young talent to emerge since Sir […]

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Stimulating semi-final day in Munich

Great Britain’s rowers enjoyed a series of semi-final successes at the World Cup in Munich today with eight from ten starters qualifying for tomorrow’s finals. That brings Britain’s tally of finalists to 11 when the qualifiers from yesterday are added […]

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Campbell shines as more crews move into semi-finals

Alan Campbell made his mark on the world of senior international single scull racing in Munich this afternoon at the World Cup. The man from Coleraine won his quarter-final, leadingthroughout, and held his form despite pressure from seasoned racer Luka […]

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More sparkle from the men’s four

The British world champion men’s four won their heat by over two lengths this morning in Munich at the season’s opening  world cup and, according to GB Rowing’s PerformanceDirector David Tanner,  "have lost nothing of their sparkle from last year" […]

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Early Taste of World Cup Action in Germany

There will be an early taste of World Cup action in Germany this weekend when 17 British crews take part in the opening Rowing World Cup of the season on the 1972 Olympic course in Munich from  May 25-27th. The […]

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Jurgen Grobler honoured

Jürgen Grobler, 59, Chief Coach to the British men’s rowing squad, has been awarded an Honorary OBE. The award recognises his immense contribution to Britain’s Olympic success in rowing since he began his job with the Amateur Rowing Association in […]

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World Cup Team Announced

Britain has kept faith with a winning formula by today naming an unchanged men’s four of Steve Williams, Peter Reed, Alex Partridge and Andy Hodge – for the first World Cup of the 2006 rowing season (Munich,  May 25-27) – […]

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Pinsent and Redgrave open Caversham

Sir Matthew Pinsent said it was a “pretty magical moment” when the Redgrave Pinsent Rowing Lake and Sherriff Boathouse were opened today at Caversham, near Reading. “Steve and I trained in lots of different places and they all had their […]

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