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Name Lewis Westbury, LG
Side cox

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Rowing Career

According to our records, Lewis Westbury has rowed in 7 events with First & Third (or BPBC) in Miscellaneous women's VIIIs and most recently on 29 Aug 2005.

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Number of posts  2
Most recent post  14 Sep 2005 11:35pm, re: should we laugh or cry?
Posts as  hindsightedly gifted cox, spanky

Full results record

2004 - 2005

Oxford City Royal Regatta (WS1 4+): lost to Meles (Bath University Alumni) by quarter of a length in the final (Light and Dark Trinity, coxswain)
Oxford City Sprint Regatta (Senior3 VIII): won by several lengths against Newnham in the semi finals and won by three-quarters of a length against Wallingford in the final (FaT/Queens'/Catz/Trinity Hall/Newnham/Peterhouse/LMBC composite, in 'Sir Bryan', coxswain)
Itchen Imperial (Senior Ladies): won by a couple of lengths in the heats and lost by 3 feet to Southampton Coalporters in the final (Light and Dark Trinity, in "the Byrne", coxswain)
Bristol Avon Regatta (WS2 4+): won, easily, against City of Bristol in the final (Light and Dark Trinity, coxswain)
Bristol Avon Regatta (W Elite 4+): won by half a length against Molesey in the final (Light and Dark Trinity, coxswain)
Bristol Avon Regatta (Victrix Ludorum): Won! in the final (Light and Dark Trinity, coxswain)
Ross Regatta (WS2 4+): Beat Belvoir (pronounced "beaver") (easily) in the semi finals and won by a few lengths against Llandaff in the final (Light and Dark Trinity, coxswain)

Number of events: 7
Total number of races: 10


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