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The Committee by RTT - Mon 14th Jan 2002, 4:25pm
Having read the forthcoming events info, I am amazed to discover that our Committee is organising nearly everything in the rowing world. Who would have thought that 1+3 ran the Head of the Nene? Or the Pembroke Regatta? Interestingly Guy appears to be kicking up his heels and leaving Simon Blackburn to organise the GoR again this year. What I want to know is, how do they manage? No wonder JW always seems to be awake into the small hours before early morning training!

Also, are they organising Henley this year, and if so
a) Will 1st Trinity get pre-qualified for the Grand as is traditional?
b) Can I get a Stewards pass?
by jwe - Mon 14th Jan 2002, 4:45pm
RTT said: No wonder JW always seems to be awake into the small hours before early morning training!

At least I turn up Tom.
by RTT - Mon 14th Jan 2002, 4:57pm
jwe said: At least I turn up Tom.
That's because you are scheduled to do all the weights sessions, whereas Adrian recommended I skip some and do running instead to help me lose weight. Maybe you'll be allowed to too once you're as fat as me (keep eating those waffles!!!).
by jwe - Mon 14th Jan 2002, 5:18pm
RTT said: That's because you are scheduled to do all the weights sessions, whereas Adrian recommended I skip some and do running instead to help me lose weight.
Conveniently ignoring the sessions where you stayed up too late the night before.
by Ouch! - Mon 14th Jan 2002, 5:28pm
Something tells me that the lwt's dieting must now have begun in earnest...
by jwe - Mon 14th Jan 2002, 5:33pm
Ouch! said: Something tells me that the lwt's dieting must now have begun in earnest...
Only for fat bastards!
by RTT - Mon 14th Jan 2002, 6:30pm
jwe said: Conveniently ignoring the sessions where you stayed up too late the night before.
I think you'll find there is no need to ignore something which never happened. When do you think it did?
by de-stressed - Tue 15th Jan 2002, 7:42am
Strange how the one who supposedly doesn't have to diet seems at least as hormonal as he that does. Perhaps one should spend more time doing one's own training and less worrying about who is or isn't there too?
by mjb - Fri 1st Apr 2005, 9:46am
RTT said, a few years ago: Having read the forthcoming events info, I am amazed to discover that our Committee is organising nearly everything in the rowing world. Who would have thought that 1+3 ran the Head of the Nene? Or the Pembroke Regatta? Interestingly Guy appears to be kicking up his heels and leaving Simon Blackburn to organise the GoR again this year. What I want to know is, how do they manage? No wonder JW always seems to be awake into the small hours before early morning training!

Also, are they organising Henley this year, and if so
a) Will 1st Trinity get pre-qualified for the Grand as is traditional?
b) Can I get a Stewards pass?
Further to this, it seems that now our esteemed secretary is organising the World Cup Regatta next month (according to the FaT Diary), whilst Michael Parker is going to be running Bumps as usual (and rightly so).

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