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It’s finally that time of year again – the pinnacle of the season for the vast majority of these crews – the National Schools’ Regatta 2019. The J16 2nd 8+ has a fairly slim entry this year, with only seven crews battling it out for a coveted gold medal on the waters of Eton Dorney. …
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The National Schools’ Regatta is one of the biggest regattas of the year in schoolboy rowing, if not the biggest. This year’s looks to include some ferocious racing and close finals. The Second Eight’s category is an often-sought-after accolade to show the depth of the squads, and the power that is to come through next …
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With regatta season well underway, the biggest competition of the year draws closer. The National Schools’ Regatta, held at the iconic Dorney Lake, hosts a 1900 metre time trial to determine the finals over 2k in a six-lane free for all. The straight, long and immensely painful stretch of water will see sweat, blood and …
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For the majority of boys in the Junior 15 Eights races, this will be their first time at National Schools’, and with it come the unique adrenaline of such a race, fuelled by stories of ecstatic heroism, to inconceivable despair. These boys will join over 5,000 other athletes at Dorney Lake; the venue that saw …
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The Junior Girls 16 eight category at National Schools’ has a very strong line-up this year. We will definitely be seeing the typical battle between Headington and Henley taking place next weekend, as well as some very competitive entries from other clubs across the country. It’s always difficult to decide who will take top spots …
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This is it – the end of the road for many J16 rowers this season. The final of J16 Championship Eights may be the last time these oarsmen compete together as a crew before they move into the world of senior rowing. Can Shiplake defend their title? Or will the pack converge to crown a …
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Girls Championship quads are without doubt one of the most highly anticipated events at the National Schools’ Regatta. This event is often a good indicator for clubs to see if any necessary changes are needed before the prestigious Diamond Jubilee event at Henley Royal Regatta later on this season. The coxless quad is unfortunately the …
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The blue riband event for scullers and, for many, the most aesthetic of boat classes. A top quality quad is like little else on the circuit – the precision, finesse and symmetry required to lever this class of boat from point A to point B is unmatched anywhere else in rowing. After Maidenhead’s quest for …
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