Three crews into finals

GB Rowing’s junior women’s four as well as the junior men’s coxed four and eight have this morning come through their repechages at the World Senior (non-Olympic) and Junior Championships in Linz, Austria, to qualify for the finals.

The junior women’s four were confident winners of their repechage whilst the junior men’s coxed four and eight were second.

There was also a win for the junior women’s double scull who move through to a semi-final. Only the junior men’s pair have failed to progress to the main semis and finals. They were fifth today.

Tomorrow’s races include semi-finals in the senior Championships for Mathilde Pauls in the lightweight women’s single scull and for Chris Bartley and Daniel Harte in the lightweight men’s pair. The junior women’s double scull and the junior men’s four will also contest semis.

"Our crews today produced the performances we expected of them and the results and times today showed that we were involved in some tough heats yesterday.  I was particularly pleased with the way Rachel Gamble-Flint stroked the junior women’s double. For an athlete of such a young age, she did very well" said team manager John Layng.

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RESULTS
(Events featuring British crews only. Full
results at:  www.worldrowing.com)

JUNIOR

WOMEN

OPEN

Four

Repechage

1.  Amber Anderson/Olivia Carnegie-Brown/Jenny Arnold/
    Joanna Fitzsimons  (GREAT BRITAIN) 7:04.30
2.  USA 7:10.40
3.  Czech Republic 7:13.26
4.  Hungary 7:34.22

Double scull

Repechage

1.  Olivia Oakes/Rachel Gamble-Flint (GREAT BRITAIN) 7:30.35
2.  Italy 7:32.68
3.  USA 7;38.41
4.  Estonia 7:44.83
5.  Russia 7:49.99

MEN

Coxed four

Repechage

1.  Ukraine 6:27.04
2.  Toby Mumford/Jason Phillips/Matthew Tarrant/Sean Dixon/
      Max Gander (GREAT BRITAIN) 6:28.57
3.  USA 6:39.35

Pair

Quarter-final

1.  Germany 6:59.67
2.  Romania 7:03.37
3.  Georgia 7:03.91
4.  Latvia 7:03.99
5.  Joshua Pendry/Stewart Innes (GREAT BRITAIN) 7:13.40
6.  Hungary 7:14.00

Eight

Repechage

1.  New Zealand 5:48.57
2.  Sam Hayes/Ben Bathurst/Stuart McCluskey/Michael Evans/
     Fearghus Raftery/Daniel Rix-Standing/William Tew/Alex Torbica
     Edward Snaith (GREAT BRITAIN)  5:51.27
3.  Czech Republic 5:58.39

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