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Rowing: The British team of James Cracknell (left), Steven Redgrave, Edward Coode and Matthew Pinsent

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BRITAIN'S ROWING team opened its season with a long and confusing time trial in the first round of the International Rowing Federation World Cup at Hazenwinkel in Belgium yesterday. The FISA Cup transferred here from Munich after the German Federation objected to a beer sponsorship, the sponsor then resigned and the Cup was left to continue without either money or a German team.

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Rowing: Redgrave keeps command

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THE BRITISH men's team left it to the last gasp to regain the stage from the women in the Krombacher Rowing World Cup here yesterday. The women's crews took four medals from five finals, with a lone silver medal going to the men's eight in the last race of the cup.

Sporting digest: swimming

FINA, swimming's ruling body, will introduce semi-finals for events up to 200m despite protests from the Australian Swimming Association.

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