Tim Koch: Henley 2013 – The Prizewinners, Part I

Some of the Henley Trophies.

These are the winners of the Men’s and Women’s Open Events. Part II will show those victorious in the events for Intermediate Men, Club and Student Men, Junior Men and Junior Women.

The Grand Challenge Cup (OM8+).

Leander Club and Molesey Boat Club beat the University of Washington, USA, by 1 length in a new event and course record time of 5 minutes and 54 seconds.

The Stewards’ Challenge Cup (OM4-).

Oxford Brookes University and University of London beat Tuks Rowing Club, South Africa, by 1 1/4 lengths in a time of 6 minutes and 27 seconds.

The Queen Mother Challenge Cup (OM4x).

Leander Club and Reading University beat Waiariki Rowing Club, New Zealand, by 4 1/2 lengths in a time of 6 minutes and 17 seconds.

The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (OM2-).

Murray and Bond of Waiariki Rowing Club, New Zealand, beat Hunt and Breet of Tuks Rowing Club, South Africa, verdict ‘easily’ in a time of 6 minutes and 56 seconds, equalling the event record.

The Double Sculls Challenge Cup (OM2x).

Arms and Manson of Waiariki Rowing Club, New Zealand, beat Lucas and Langridge of London Rowing Club and Leander Club by 2 lengths in a time of 6 minutes and 48 seconds, a new event record.

The Diamond Challenge Sculls (OM1x).

Aleksandrov of Kur Club, Azerbaijan, beat Campbell of Tideway Scullers’ School by 2 lengths in a time of 7 minutes and 30 seconds.

The Remenham Challenge Cup (OW8+).

Leander Club and Oxford Brooks University beat Tees Rowing Club and Agecroft Rowing Club, verdict ‘easily’ in a time of 6 minutes and 42 seconds.

The Princess Grace Challenge Cup (OW4x).

Leander Club and Minerva Bath Rowing Club beat California Rowing Club, USA, by 1 length in a time of 6 minutes and 59 seconds.

The Princess Royal Challenge Cup (OW1x).

Knapkova of V.K. Slavia Praha, Czech Republic, beat Twigg of Waiariki Rowing Club, New Zealand, verdict ‘easily’ in a time of 8 minutes and 6 seconds, equalling the event record.

© Photographs Tim Koch

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