2012 Regatta » The Remenham Challenge Cup (W8+)
Final
Western Rowing Club, Canada
beat
Dortmund Rowing Center, Germany
verdict
2 lengths
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11
Sunday
1 - Berks
2.05
3.32
7.27
Semi-finals
Dortmund Rowing Center, Germany
beat
National Rowing Centre of Excellence, Australia
verdict
1 ¾ lengths
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31
Saturday
1 - Berks
2.14
3.44
7.45
Western Rowing Club, Canada
beat
Radcliffe Crew, Harvard University, U.S.A.
verdict
3 ¼ lengths
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17
Saturday
2 - Bucks
2.10
3.43
7.56
Heats
National Rowing Centre of Excellence, Australia
beat
Münchener Ruderclub von 1880 e.V. and Hürther Rudergesellschaft, Germany
verdict
3 ¼ lengths
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62
Friday
1 - Berks
2.12
3.44
7.56
Western Rowing Club, Canada
beat
Aviron Grenoblois and Toulouse Aviron Sports et Loisirs, France
verdict
Easily
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51
Friday
1 - Berks
2.16
3.55
8.23
Radcliffe Crew, Harvard University, U.S.A.
beat
Hollandia Roeiclub, Holland
verdict
2 ½ lengths
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43
Friday
1 - Berks
2.19
3.57
8.18
Dortmund Rowing Center, Germany
beat
Leander Club and Sport Imperial Boat Club
verdict
1 ½ lengths
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22
Friday
1 - Berks
2.18
3.51
7.59
Radcliffe Crew, Harvard University, U.S.A.
beat
Thames Rowing Club and Henley Rowing Club
verdict
2 ½ lengths
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47
Thursday
2 - Bucks
2.16
3.47
8.00
Münchener Ruderclub von 1880 e.V. and Hürther Rudergesellschaft, Germany
beat
Newcastle University
verdict
2 ¼ lengths
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22
Thursday
1 - Berks
2.17
3.52
8.18
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Recent Winners
2014: Leander Club and Imperial College London (7.11)
2013: Leander Club and Oxford Brookes University (6.43)
2012: Western Rowing Club, Canada (7.27)
2011: Princeton Training Center, U.S.A. (6.38)
2010: Western Rowing Club, Canada (7.29)
2009: Leander Club & Wallingford Rowing Club (7.37)
2008: Leander Club & Wallingford Rowing Club (7.31)
2007: Dortmund RC, Germany (7.22)
2006: Princeton Training Center, U.S.A. (6.50)
2005: Thames Rowing Club 'A' (7.27)
Records
BarrierFawleyFinish
Princeton Training Center, U.S.A., 20111.54^3.11^6.38

^ Denotes that the time was recorded in a heat

Event History

At The Remenham Challenge Cupthe 1998 and 1999 Regattas the Stewards held an Invitation Race for Women's Eights. At the Stewards' Meeting in December 1999 it was decided to make this event into an Open Women's Eights event, formally incorporated in the Rules of the Regatta and to be known as THE HENLEY PRIZE.

At the 2002 Regatta the event became known as THE REMENHAM CHALLENGE CUP when the Stewards accepted the gift of a trophy presented by The Remenham Club in recognition of the support its founding clubs had given women's rowing and in memory of its past President, Mr. Ian Rogers, M.B.E.

 

Qualifying Races
Qualified (alphabetical order)
177 - Newcastle University
180 - Radcliffe Crew, Harvard University, U.S.A.
181 - Thames Rowing Club and Henley Rowing Club
Did not qualify (finishing order)
170 - Exeter University and Cardiff University
08:06.2
178 - Oxford Brookes University and Wallingford Rowing Club
08:06.3
174 - Molesey Boat Club and Clydesdale Amateur Rowing Club
08:06.8
185 - Vesta Rowing Club 'B'
08:08.8
182 - University College, Dublin, IRL
08:24.3
183 - Upper Thames Rowing Club and Thames Rowing Club
08:28.1
171 - Green Lake Crew, U.S.A.
08:52.8
179 - Pangbourne College
08:58.4
Withdrawn
184 - Vesta Rowing Club 'A'