NewsGB Rowing Team GB Rowing Team Viewing Page 179 of 180 Munich provides next World Cup Test for GB Tuesday, 14 June 2005 GB Rowing today named 35 rowers in 16 boats to contest the BearingPoint World Cup in Munich, Germany, this weekend (17-19 June). The British team, whose leadsponsor is Camelot, travels to Munich as winners of two golds and four bronzes […] Read More Report on Versailles International Match Monday, 6 June 2005 GB Crews reached all four finals at the International Regatta held in the Gardens of the Chateau of Versailles on Saturday but were denied gold in the high quality competition. GB achieved a 2nd and three third places over the […] Read More British Crews Compete in Another Historic Location Tuesday, 31 May 2005 A British rowing team, flush with its successes at last weekend’s Rowing World Cup at Eton, travels to another historic location to compete in an international regatta this weekend. Four British crews – two eights and two quadruple sculls – […] Read More GB Medals and gold medal crowd Saturday, 28 May 2005 World Cup Final day round-up. The British Rowing Team’s two lead boats, decked out in their new Camelot livery, delivered gold in front of packed grandstands today. The men’s four dominated their race from the first stroke, while the women’s […] Read More British Team On Course for Medals Friday, 27 May 2005 The British rowing team remains on course to deliver an exciting day of racing, with the strong promise of medals in the air, at the BearingPoint Rowing World Cup at Eton tomorrow. With 10 Olympic class finals – making 13 […] Read More More success through Repechages Thursday, 26 May 2005 Repechage update. Two more British rowers qualified for Friday’s semi-finals from this afternoon’s repechages. Ian Lawson finished second in his repechage, while GBR 2 took third place in the Lightweight women’s doubles. News SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE =============================== =============================== RESULTS […] Read More GB Team Off to Good Start at World Cup Thursday, 26 May 2005 Great Britain made the most of home advantage with a solid start to the Bearing Point World Cup regatta at Eton, with five wins, including an impressive victory by the new-look men’s four. With Camelot being announced as the lead […] Read More Pinsent to Receive Rowing’s Top Honour Wednesday, 18 May 2005 Sir Matthew Pinsent of Great Britain is to be the recipient of the 2005 Thomas Keller Medal for an "outstanding career in rowing" awarded by the International Rowing Federation (FISA). The medal has been established as the highest honour in […] Read More GB Announces Full Eton World Cup Team Wednesday, 18 May 2005 Great Britain today announced its full team, supported by Lottery Funding through UK Sport, for the BearingPoint World Cup due to be staged at Dorney Lake, Eton, from May 26-28th. It is the first time in almost two decades that […] Read More Grainger wins in ‘Olympic’ level final Thursday, 12 May 2005 Six Olympic medallists went to the start line today in the GB Rowing Senior Trails in Hazewinkel, Belgium, and Scot, Katherine Grainger, emerged the winner of the women’s single scull final in a time of 7:47.80. The already double Olympic […] Read More « Previous 1 … 177 178 179 180 Next » Stay up to date...Get the latest rowing news, tips, event info and updates straight to your inbox.Sign up now!