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Thursday 04 August 2011
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Sunday 24 July 2011
A one-two for Audi-sponsored boats in the Audi-sponsored MedCup crowned some spectacular and close racing on the final day of the Sardinia Trophy.
Sunday 24 July 2011
Saturday 23 July 2011
Magnifique! Wunderbar! The Franco-German All4One hammered home an emphatic win in the high-scoring coastal race off Sardinia to extend its lead in the Audi MedCup.
Friday 22 July 2011
Multiple Olympic champion Jochen Schumann is on a charge in Italy. After a patchy performance in the opening pair of regattas, two firsts and two thirds in the opening five races of the third not only consolidated the lead of the Franco-German All4One but confirmed that grit and grip have been applied in liberal quantities.
Wednesday 20 July 2011
Pete Reed and Andy Triggs-Hodge have been given the chance to make it 14th time lucky when they take on the dominant New Zealand pair of Eric Murray and Hamish Bond at next month's World Championships in Bled, Slovenia.
Monday 11 July 2011
Britain won 10 medals, including four golds, in the final round of the World Cup here yesterday, showing that the rowing team is in great shape for qualifying boats for next year's Olympics and next month's world championships in Bled, Slovenia.
Sunday 10 July 2011
A second consecutive win on the World Match Race Tour saw Britain’s Ian Williams give notice that he is again a serious contender as he moved up to third overall on the 2011 tour.
Monday 04 July 2011
Great Britain's Olympic men's squad won five trophies in a show of power at Henley yesterday in their last appearance at the Royal regatta before the 2012 Olympics. The sculler Alan Campbell, the pair of Pete Reed and Andy Hodge, the double scullers Matt Wells and Marcus Batemen, the coxless four and the quadruple scullers all led the way as records tumbled.
Monday 04 July 2011
The Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup, the biggest prize of the year in schoolboy rowing circles, was won by Abingdon School at the Henley Royal Regatta, beating a US team by almost two lengths in the final.
Wednesday 22 June 2011
William and Kate's itinerary is out for their official tour of Canada, activities will include a dragon boat race and cookery workshops.
Sunday 19 June 2011
That Marseille joker called the Mistral pinned the Audi MedCup ashore today for what should have been the final race, meaning that the German yacht Container took the trophy.
Saturday 18 June 2011
Did Columbus discover America? It is true that he discovered certain islands that we now know to be in the Americas, but he believed that they were off the coast of Asia.
Thursday 16 June 2011
Every kind of shake of the dice was thrown at the Audi MedCup fleet on the second day of the Marseille Trophy. There were more traps and windless bunkers than on a championship golf course. But out of it came an astonishing win in the second race for Britain’s Tony Langley on Gladiator as the overall leader, the American boat Quantum was last.
Wednesday 15 June 2011
Some fast footwork has enabled the America's Cup organisers to announce a 10-boat fleet for the first group of World Series races, which kick off in Cascais, Portugal, in August.
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