WM Eton 2006: Hoffnungslauf

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Und hier die Ergebnisse der beiden Hoffnungsläufe:

Result  World Cup World Rowing Championships 2006, Eton – Race 203: AM1x  Repechage 1
boat progression: 1-2->FA, 3..->FB
Rank Boat 500 m 1000 m 1500 m Finish Lane
1 CAN 2:52.83  (2) 5:52.26  (1) 5:52.26 3
2 FRA 2:52.00  (1) 5:54.70  (2) 5:54.70 4
3 CHN 2:56.85  (3) 6:04.60  (3) 6:04.60 1
4 GER 2:59.36  (4) 6:15.95  (4) 6:15.95 2
5 BRA 3:02.15  (5) 6:19.88  (5) 6:19.88 5
Result  World Cup World Rowing Championships 2006, Eton – Race 204: AM1x  Repechage 2
boat progression: 1-2->FA, 3..->FB
Rank Boat 500 m 1000 m 1500 m Finish Lane
1 GBR 2:44.67  (1) 5:43.03  (1) 5:43.03 2
2 ITA 2:46.32  (2) 5:47.05  (2) 5:47.05 3
3 ESP 2:47.00  (3) 5:48.83  (3) 5:48.83 4
4 CRO 2:54.66  (4) 6:11.79  (4) 6:11.79 5
5 HKG 2:58.54  (5) 6:31.23  (5) 6:31.23 1

Sascha Adrian landet in seinem Hoffnungslauf auf dem vierten Platz. Er rudert am 27.08.2006 im „B-Finale“ um die Plätze ab 7!

Event Review: Men’s arms only single scull repechage

Jeff STANFIELD (CAN) and Pierre PAUGAM (FRA) were neck-and-neck on the finish line in first of the men’s arms only single scull repechages. There was less than a second between the two as they crossed the line in first and second to claim their places in Sunday’s (August 27) final.

China’s LUO Xiao Hui, who was forced to re-row his heat alone yesterday in order to take part in today’s repechage after his boat broke during the original heat, just missed out on qualifying for the final after placing third.

In the second repechage, Britain’s Shaun SEWELL rowed a superb race to claim a place in the final. Italy’s Simone MIRAMONTI took the early lead, with Croatia’s Josip FRISCIC close behind. But SEWELL upped his pace midway through the race to pull into the lead and claim victory. The 31-year-old Londoner finished the race in 5:43.03, which was a good four seconds quicker than MIRAMONTI in second place and almost ten seconds faster than STANFIELD, who won the first repechage.

All four will now meet defending world champion Dominic MONYPENNY (AUS) and 2005 bronze medallist Ron HARVEY (USA) in the final.

Spain’s Luis Miguel CASTRO CARMONE, Josip FRISCIC (CRO), WONG Wo Chau (HKG), Sascha ADRIAN (GER), Moacir RAUBER (BRA) and LUO will contest the B final.

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