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Peterborough Summer Regatta 2012

Saturday 11th - Sunday 12th August

Previous event: Sudbury International Regatta - Following event: Thames Row

1st Men's Coxed IV

Bow: Martyn Higson, 2: Sean True, 3: Anton Wright, Stroke: Jordan Ward‑Williams, Cox: Christina Pettit

Heat: 3rd in 3:44.6


Clare/De Burgh 1st Men's VIII

Bow: Anton Wright, 2: Jordan Ward‑Williams, 3: Philip Garsed, 4: Sean True, 5: Tim Daines (99s), 6: Chris Baker, 7: Will Kerr‑Muir, Stroke: Ben Evans, Cox: Esther Momcilovic

Sunday IM2 Final: 2nd/4 in 1:31.6

Photos of the Clare/De Burgh 1st Men's VIII: click to view full size.

Find out about DBBC at deburghboatclub.org.uk.


De Burgh 1st Men's Coxed IV

Bow: Philip Garsed, 2: Will Kerr‑Muir, 3: Chris Baker, Stroke: Ben Evans, Cox: James Tidy

No opposition brave enough...

Find out about DBBC at deburghboatclub.org.uk.


De Burgh 1st Women's IV

Bow: Christina Pettit, 2: Becky Minnich, 3: Alice McNamara, Stroke: Nicola Pocock, Cox: Esther Momcilovic

Sunday IM2 Final: 3rd in 2:06.7

Photos of the De Burgh 1st Women's IV: click to view full size.

Find out about DBBC at deburghboatclub.org.uk.


Sean True / Martyn Higson (Men's Double Scull A)

Saturday, Semi Final: 2nd in 3:42.3, Final: 3rd in 3:49.8 Sunday, Semi Final: 2nd in 1:49.8, Final: 4th in 1:50.6

Video of the Men's Double Scull A: click to watch the video.

Video

Final IM3 2x Saturday

Clare crashing into the bank in the final, placing 3rd overall (footage at 2m 2s)


Jordan Ward‑Williams (Men's Single Scull A)

No results yet...


Christina Pettit / Martyn Higson (Mixed Double Scull A)

Sunday Mx IM3 2x. 4th/11 2nd in heat with a time of 1:56.7 Winner in Repechage with a time of 1:56.8 4th in Final with a time of 1:57.0

Martyn Higson reports:

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Whilst at Spoons on Suicide Sunday, Esther devised MASHEEN. MASHEEN was an unstoppable force capable of destroying words and drinks. Upon seeing the categories for Peterborough, MASHEEN decided to give rowing together a go and, despite a considerable height difference, the result was fairly fast.

Unfortunately, MASHEEN did not have a start come Saturday afternoon and so a second outing was had, deemed by some as cheating. Come Sunday morning, Martyn decided that he did not like lane 3 and was determined to race in lane 2. This was a controversial decision but paid off. Whilst Martyn was giving up on steering, Steen decided not to sprint for the line. These facts led to coming second by 1.1s.

Second place in the heat was not the end of MASHEEN for a repechage was held. There were supposed to be 2 opponents although one of these took one look at MASHEEN and scratched. Anton was unphased by MASHEEN and turned up to be their sole opponent. This race was to determine MASHEEN's rowing destiny as Anton could not be allowed to finish higher in the competition. On the start, Anton requested a Masters' head start but was politely refused. The start went well, MASHEEN stayed about a canvas ahead with frequent calls for strokeside pressure and upcoming buoys. Anton's double then made an interesting choice and tried to play the same game, changing into the marshalling lane. This did not have the desired effect, leading to a victory for MASHEEN (who *technically* stayed in lane this time).

MASHEEN now had to contend with the big shots in the final. Going down off the start, and with the water once again looking bluer in the neighbouring lane, a lane change was executed. This time it did not pay off. MASHEEN's Peterborough campaign ended in 4th place.

Undeterred by the competition in the final, MASHEEN vowed to train, even if it constitutes cheating, and return stronger and faster next year...

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