Hot racing, World Best Times and new World Champions
The 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam saw a day of fast and furious finals as rowers not only went after gold medals, but also after World Best Times. In tail wind conditions, under drizzly, overcast skies, the best rowers in the world fought it out to become World Champions.
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2014 World Rowing Championship rowers go for gold
The 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, the Netherlands head into the finals of the 14 Olympic boat classes. These finals are spread over two days with racing taking place in the afternoon on the Bosbaan regatta course.
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Tassie rower primed to take on the world
A FREAK incident that cost the women’s lightweight double scull Olympic gold medallists a finals place at the World Rowing Championships has put Tasmanian Ella Flecker on the brink of her maiden world title.
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Laura Dunn claims silver at world championships 2014
Newcastle rower Laura Dunn has claimed a silver medal at the world championships in Amsterdam as part of the Australian women’s lightweight quadruple sculls crew.
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Aust grab silver at rowing world champs
Australia's lightweight quad scull women's team have snatched silver at world rowing championships in Amsterdam on a tough day for their teammates.
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2014 World Rowing Championships Friday finals
The 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, the Netherlands has moved into the second day of finals with the eight International boat classes being contested. Starting at 16:00 CET these include the women's four, men's coxed pair, lightweight men's pair, lightweight men's and women's single sculls, lightweight men's and women's quadruple sculls and lightweight men's eight.
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Para-rowers crowned World Champions
Early evening racing at the 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, the Netherlands presented para-rowing finals on the fifth day of racing. These athletes had worked through heats and some through repechages to make it to today's final and perfect flat water conditions made for great racing conditions.
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Two golds for Aust at rowing world champs
Australia's para-rowers have claimed a golden double at the world rowing championships in Amsterdam, with the team set up for more glory on Friday (Saturday AEST).
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Crow cruises to win at rowing world titles
Kim Crow enjoyed a solid outing as she aims to defend her single scull world title but it was a different story for Australia's men's eight in Amsterdam.
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Lightweight Men’s Pair progress before conditions cancel racing
Darryn Purcell and Alister Foot were the only Australian crew to race on Day 3 of the 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, after racing was cancelled due to unfair weather conditions. The Lightweight Men’s Pair raced their repechage and finished in second place to secure a spot in Thursday's semi-final.
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Trans-Tasman rivalry heats up
AUSTRALIA’S Tasmanian-based men’s lightweight four crew has made a major statement at the rowing world championships in the Netherlands.
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Dunn books finals berth in Amsterdam
NEWCASTLE rower Laura Dunn has qualified for the world championships final with the Australian women’s lightweight quadruple sculls in Amsterdam.
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