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Action continues this weekend in Italy.
Courtesy: Denise Sangster
Golden Bears Advance at World U23 Rowing Championships
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  07/25/2014

Varese, Italy Action continued at the Women’s World Rowing Under 23 Championships on Friday in Varese, Italy with several Golden Bears advancing.

In women’s double sculls, Norway, featuring Cal’s Inger Kavlie (bow-seat), won its repechage with a time of 7:13.39 to advance.

Australia, featuring Cal’s Jacinta Edmunds in the seven-seat, placed second in Friday’s repechage with a time of 6:18.85. Great Britain won the repechage with a time of 6:17.31.  

Incoming freshman Katarina Floyd placed third in her semifinal race for the United States in the lightweight women’s single sculls on Friday with a time of 8:16.94. Belarus won the semifinal heat with a time of 7:58.67.  

The United States women’s eight, featuring three Golden Bears – Agatha Nowinski (stroke), Kendall Chase (seven-seat), and Lindsay Meltz (coxswain) – won its heat on Thursday and will race in the A final this weekend.

The Germany women’s pair of Golden Bears Charlotte Siering and Dorothee Beckendorff will race against senior Ingvild Roenningen, competing for Norway as the bow-seat in the women’s pair B final.

Nowinski took first place for the United States in the women’s pair on Wednesday and will race in the A Final this weekend.  

Chase served as the bow-seat in the women’s four for the United States that won its heat on Wednesday and will race in the A Final this weekend.   

Fans can follow the World Rowing Under 23 Championships online at www.worldrowing.com


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