Junior World Championships Feature Coverage
The afternoon's racing continued in the same vein as it had earlier in the day; hard and fast. Highlights of the last half of the championship races were the Quads and Eights. more
Silver LiningsThe USA Junior Women's 4- was the bright spot of the early afternoon finals, capping off the championship week with a Silver medal. 7 of 14 medal races have now been run. » more
Sweeping UpThe USA Jr. Men's 8+, 4+ and 2+ finished up their Junior World Championships racing in the Petite finals.
Straight AheadOn the morning of finals, the US crews racing in the D/C/B Finals rowed respectably, while 3 US crews will be racing for the medals in the afternoon. » more
Semifinal ExamsThe Friday Semifinal races at Duisburg were the final cuts, separating the also-rans from the crews who will be racing for the championships tomorrow. Five US crews were in action. » more
Reps set places for Semis, FinalsWith showers giving way to sunshine and a slight tailwind, and the lunchtime calm giving way to cheers of "Deutschland, Deutschland!", repechage racing resumed on Thursday afternoon » more
Reps: Back in the SaddleThe thursday morning reps brought a measure of redemption for US crews, as the US JW4- and JW2- qualified for the 'A' finals in their event. » more
The Beasts from the EastEverybody knows that Germany, Italy, the US and Australia produce fast rowing teams. So where are the Byelorussians coming from?
It's up to the EightsThe USA Jr. Men's 8+ pulled wednesday's racing out of the fire for the US, qualifying directly for Friday's semifinal out of their heat. Other US crews raced with mixed results. » more
Heats: Hit or MissUS Juniors crews suffered through a sub-par opening to the Junior World Championships in Duisburg today, while crews from Eastern Europe held a boat parade in the morning heats. » more
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