HK CCWC, Montreal and NY regattas

HK CCWC, Montreal and NY regattas

Stars and Stripes
Stars and Stripes

July 12th, 2012, 2:05 am #1

We've traveled the world competing and to date, we haven't found the ideal race site. Despite the short comings of every regatta (including NY and Montreal) our club continues to support them because
they were the original regattas that help the sport grow years ago. We know what we're getting when we enter these races, we just go with the flow.

HK CCWC wasn't ideal either (congrats to NDRC) but racing is racing, take it where you can get it.








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July 12th, 2012, 2:32 am #2

Which team is this? And what is the point of this post?
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July 12th, 2012, 2:58 am #3

We've traveled the world competing and to date, we haven't found the ideal race site. Despite the short comings of every regatta (including NY and Montreal) our club continues to support them because
they were the original regattas that help the sport grow years ago. We know what we're getting when we enter these races, we just go with the flow.

HK CCWC wasn't ideal either (congrats to NDRC) but racing is racing, take it where you can get it.







most likely dch
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July 12th, 2012, 3:16 am #4

We've traveled the world competing and to date, we haven't found the ideal race site. Despite the short comings of every regatta (including NY and Montreal) our club continues to support them because
they were the original regattas that help the sport grow years ago. We know what we're getting when we enter these races, we just go with the flow.

HK CCWC wasn't ideal either (congrats to NDRC) but racing is racing, take it where you can get it.







I don't think you can compare Montreal to NY. NY is in a class of its own.
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July 12th, 2012, 6:01 am #5

We've traveled the world competing and to date, we haven't found the ideal race site. Despite the short comings of every regatta (including NY and Montreal) our club continues to support them because
they were the original regattas that help the sport grow years ago. We know what we're getting when we enter these races, we just go with the flow.

HK CCWC wasn't ideal either (congrats to NDRC) but racing is racing, take it where you can get it.







Very likely DCH.

Montreal is good. It's just the organizer that is bad. Just give it one more year.
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July 12th, 2012, 11:47 am #6

We've traveled the world competing and to date, we haven't found the ideal race site. Despite the short comings of every regatta (including NY and Montreal) our club continues to support them because
they were the original regattas that help the sport grow years ago. We know what we're getting when we enter these races, we just go with the flow.

HK CCWC wasn't ideal either (congrats to NDRC) but racing is racing, take it where you can get it.







Does Montreal still have the lane one and weed issues?
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July 12th, 2012, 1:11 pm #7

We've traveled the world competing and to date, we haven't found the ideal race site. Despite the short comings of every regatta (including NY and Montreal) our club continues to support them because
they were the original regattas that help the sport grow years ago. We know what we're getting when we enter these races, we just go with the flow.

HK CCWC wasn't ideal either (congrats to NDRC) but racing is racing, take it where you can get it.







It sure does. But if you've been to Flushing you'll know the difference.
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July 12th, 2012, 1:46 pm #8

We've traveled the world competing and to date, we haven't found the ideal race site. Despite the short comings of every regatta (including NY and Montreal) our club continues to support them because
they were the original regattas that help the sport grow years ago. We know what we're getting when we enter these races, we just go with the flow.

HK CCWC wasn't ideal either (congrats to NDRC) but racing is racing, take it where you can get it.







NY overall is bad. Race & organizer is very bad.
Montreal race course is good but organizer has been getting worst ever since Sunny was let go.
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July 13th, 2012, 3:40 am #9

We've traveled the world competing and to date, we haven't found the ideal race site. Despite the short comings of every regatta (including NY and Montreal) our club continues to support them because
they were the original regattas that help the sport grow years ago. We know what we're getting when we enter these races, we just go with the flow.

HK CCWC wasn't ideal either (congrats to NDRC) but racing is racing, take it where you can get it.







Montreal Lane one isnt that bad. It's lane 6 we are talking about.
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