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Peterborough Summer Regatta, May Term 2002

A knock out multilane regatta over 1000m on the Peterborough City Rowing club rowing lake
Sat 8th June

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2nd men's VIII, Senior4 VIIIs

2nd place behind Emma I
Time: 3:09
In our heat we had a strong row to come second to Emma I (the Head Crew) by only 1 second in a time of 3:09 (only 3 seconds off the MS4 8+ course record)! Heat winners went straight into the Final, second place to the repercharge. (jpd)
2nd place to Winchester School
We again had a good row, although not as aggressive as in the first race. We lost to Winchester School. (jpd)
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2nd VIII - bow IV, Novice IV+

1st place
Time: 3:37
This, the Men's Novice coxed IVs, was the largest event of the day with 20 entries.
Our heat was our first race of the day. We had a very good start and surged to a very smooth 38. After 300m we were 2 lengths up on our opposition, at which point the rate dropped and we held our lead to win the heat. (jpd)
Semi finals
1st place
With two crews going through to the final, and with Will and I trebling up, we had decided that if we were a comfortable second after 500m we would just aim to hold that. In the race, despite being second at 500m we pushed through our opposition to take the lead. At 750m, they had obviously taken the rate down to save themselves for the final. We followed their change to remain about a length in front. (jpd)
Won Novice coxed IVs
Time: 3:24
As in our heats, we lost ground off the start. At 500m Sam told us we were rowing through them, and despite two near-boatstopping incidents between then and the line we pushed all the way to take the win with the course record for MN 4+. (jpd)
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2nd VIII - stern IV, Senior4 IV+

2nd place
I didn't see the heat, but from what I could gather the crew had a technical row to claim second, and a place in the repercharge. (jpd)
Last place
This was not a great race - we had jumped straight from the VIII to the IV, with Will and I having done the MN 4+ just before that. The boat felt very heavy, and at 600m it was obvious we were out of contention, so we took the rate down to save ourselves. (jpd)
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