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Second gold for Great Britain at Worlds

Britain won its second gold of the World Rowing Championships in Gifu, Japan, today when the women’s quadruple scull edged out Germany to win in 6:09.59. Germany, usually dominant in this boat class, had even added their female equivalent of  […]

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Gold For Four, Silver for Purchase

Who said it would be unlucky thirteenth? The British men’s four, sponsored by Camelot, won their thirteenth consecutive international race of this year and took the World Championships title with it in Gifu, Japan, today in a time of 6:11.59 […]

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Three more crews into World Championships Finals

Three more British crews qualified today for the weekend’s finals at the BearingPoint Rowing World Championships in Gifu, Japan. The British men’s four of Steve Williams, Peter Reed, Alex Partridge and Andy Hodge, who are sponsored by Camelot, converted an […]

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Full House for GB on Repechage Day in Japan

All seven British crews competing in today’s repechages – or "second chance" races – qualified either for semi-finals or finals at the BearingPoint World Rowing Championships in Gifu, Japan. The men’s and women’s eight both made the finals by finishing […]

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Women’s Quadruple Scull into Final

Katherine Grainger stroked the women’s quadruple scull to an impressive victory in the second day’s heats at the BearingPoint World Cup in Gifu, Japan, today to make the Camelot-backed crew the first GB boat to qualify for a final here. […]

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Five from seven through to semis

Five of the seven British crews racing in the opening day’s heats of the Bearing Point World Championships in Gifu, Japan, qualified for Thursday’s semi-finals. The Camelot-backed men’s four and the two lightweight single scullers all won their heats.  Annie […]

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Typhoon skirts Gifu to give World Rowing a Monday start

Typhoon Mawar skirted around Gifu, Japan, and the World Rowing Championships can now start this Monday (29 August). British rowers in Gifu, Japan, like their international counterparts, had hunkered down over the past few days to shelter from expected typhoon […]

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Morale High Despite Typhoon Delay

David Tanner, Manager of the British Rowing Team, insisted that "team morale is very high" despite the news announced by the world rowing federation (FISA) today that the start of the World Rowing Championships in Gifu, Japan, will be delayed […]

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Full Team List for World Championships, Gifu, Japan

GB Rowing today named a new-look men’s eight for the World Championships later this month as well as adding a men’s single and women’s lightweight quadruple scull to its previoulsy announced squad for the event taking place in Gifu, Japan, […]

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Three medals for GB Junior crews in Brandenburg

17 of Great Britain’s junior rowers will fly home from the World Junior Championships in Brandenburg tomorrow with medals including the whole of the women’s squad that competed here.  On a blustery finals day Germany and Romania were the dominant […]

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