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Anonymous
Anonymous

October 4th, 2007, 8:00 pm #61

Falsie's Open team could have done better with what was it? a 5th/5th/7th/7th?
Those 7th's were Minor category wins, so that's smack middle of the pack.

To be fair, their Mixed team was right there with solid results, with a 1st/2nd/4th, so I don't see what the problem is.

it sounds like you have maybe a couple of keyboard jockeys, living in BOTH the west and east, with some ax to grind against them falsies.

But you're just talking out of your ass if you can't represent facts plainly.
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Anonymous
Anonymous

October 4th, 2007, 8:22 pm #62

Did the 2000m races count towards the Nation's Cup?

They didn't in 2005, not sure of 2007. Anyone know?

For Berlin in 2005 here was a breakdown of how the Premiere teams did:

Class - 1000, 500, 200
Open - 7th, Bronze, Silver
Women - Gold, Gold, Gold
Mixed - n/a, Silver, Silver

Here was Shanghai, 2004

Class - 1000, 500, 200
Open - Silver, Silver, Gold
Women - Bronze, 4th, Gold
Mixed - n/a, Silver, 4th

And finally, Poznan 2003

Class - 1000, 500, 250
Open - Gold, 5th, 5th
Women - Gold, Bronze, Gold
Mixed - n/a, Gold, Silver
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Anonymous
Anonymous

October 5th, 2007, 3:16 pm #63

Philadephia, 2001

Class - 1000, 500, 250
Open - Gold, Gold, Gold
Women - Bronze, 4th, Gold
Mixed - n/a, Gold, Gold


Australia, 2007

Class - 1000, 500, 200
Open - 5th, 7th, 7th
Women - Gold, Gold, Gold
Mixed - n/a, Silver, 4th




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wiseman
wiseman

October 26th, 2007, 7:43 pm #64

Backward rowing made so much sens. (2 thumbs up)

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