Inside Lines: Sunday 3rd July, 2011

Daily briefing notes from the Press Office at Henley Royal RegattaToday at HenleyToday is Finals day at the Henley Royal Regatta with a programme of races starting at 11.30am.  A host of Olympic and World Champions will be in action from across the world.  Trophies for the winners will be presented by Sir Chris Hoy […]

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GB men’s eight hold off Australians to book place in tomorrow’s final

Henley Steward and 1992 Olympic gold medallist Greg Searle, on the Olympic comeback trail after a ten-year break, was part of the GB men’s eight that held off Australia in today’s semi-finals of the Grand Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta to win in 5:59.The GB eight, stroked by Dan Ritchie and coxed by Phelan […]

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Inside Lines: Saturday 2nd July, 2011

Daily briefing notes from the Press Office at Henley Royal RegattaToday at HenleyToday’s racing includes a full programme of semi-finals starting at 09.30 and finishing at 19.30. There will be 42 races featuring world and Olympic champions and medallists as well as leading crews from Universities, Colleges, Schools and Clubs across the 19 events.Yesterday at […]

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Pinsent and Redgrave’s records fall at Henley Royal Regatta

GB Rowing Team members gave the home crowd something to celebrate today at Henley Royal Regatta when they broke long-standing records held by Sir Steve Redgrave and Sir Matt Pinsent.Current world silver medallists Marcus Bateman and Matt Wells were two seconds quicker to the Barrier, at 1:56, than Redgrave and Adam Clift’s time set in […]

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