Rowing: Coode and James selected
Tuesday 03 June 2003
Tom James, the young Cambridge oarsman, will stroke the British eight in its first appearance of the season at the World Cup in Munich on 20-22 June. Ed Coode, world champion in coxless fours in 1999 and 2001, has also gained a place in the boat after more than a year out with a shoulder injury.
The other six members all rowed in last year's crew which finished sixth in the world championships. A substitute will row in Munich for Oxford's Robin Bourne-Taylor.
GREAT BRITAIN EIGHT (World Cup, Munich, 20 to 22 June): Bow: A Partridge, P Simmons, R Bourne-Taylor, D Ousely, J Devlin, A Hodge, E Coode. Stroke: T James. Cox: P Rudge or C Cormack. Great Britain 2: Coxless four: Bow: J Livingston, J von Maltzahn, H Adams. Stroke: K West.
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