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Cambridge 99 clock up the wins in the Cambridge Winter League




Two Cambridge 99 masters scullers in the Winter League. Picture: Christina Champion (27331081)
Two Cambridge 99 masters scullers in the Winter League. Picture: Christina Champion (27331081)

Thirteen Cambridge 99 crews earned top billing in the first leg of the Cambridge Winter League.

They had 30 boats racing across 22 different categories in perfect conditions on the River Cam.

Will Todd, Charlie Kabelík, John Harris, Rob Colston, Will Young, Robert Bull, Stan Admiraal, Nick Thorn and cox Daniil Slavin were the fastest crew of the day, winning the men’s championship eight in
9min 18.1sec.

There were a further eight wins for the men’s squad and four for the women.

Lizzy Burton was first in the women’s J16 single sculls, and Rosalyn Redley and Agnes Prager were quickest in the women’s J17 double sculls.

Ed Gaskarth was first in the men’s J16/17 single sculls.

Young triumphed in the men’s championship single sculls, and John Harris and Henk
Jaap-Wagenaar took top spot in the men’s championship coxless pairs race.

First place was also taken by Todd, Kabelík, Admiraal and Thorn in the men’s championship coxless four and Joe Lillis, Bull, Jack Nicholls and Colston were victorious in the men’s championship coxed four.

There was success for Jana Jaworska and Isabelle Ascah-Collier in the women’s club B double sculls, and the eight of Susannah Roberts, Katie O’Brien, Joyce Ratti, Jessica Tidmarsh, Jessica Fox, Melissa Adam, Tatiana Mateojovičová, Claudia Hermes and cox Helena Pérez were first in the women’s club B category.

Cameron Mackenzie was first in the men’s club single sculls and also joined forces with Gaskarth in the double sculls.

David Tracey won the men’s masters F/G single sculls.


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