[CUCBC Coxes] Tideway coxing (WEHoRR & ManHoRR)
izzy at cucbc.org
Tue Feb 28 17:38:30 GMT 2023
Dear college coxes and captains,
A reminder of this talk *tomorrow evening at 7:30pm* on racing and
marshalling on the Tideway. I very strongly recommend it to anyone entering
WEHoRR/ManHORR this year, or who's interested in entering any of the
Tideway Heads next year.
The meeting will be online, link below.
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On Thu, 23 Feb 2023 at 12:07, Isabel Nimmo <izzy at cucbc.org> wrote:
> Dear college captains and coxes,
> This is only really of interest to those of you planning to race WEHoRR or
> ManHoRR. Apologies to everyone else.
> Ro Thompson has agreed to run a briefing for any interested coxes on the
> 1st of March (next Wednesday) at 7:30pm. The briefing will be online and a
> link circulated closer to the time. Racing on the Tideway is not like the
> Cam - the stream makes positioning of your shell much more important when
> racing, and marshalling is considerably more complex (though no less
> chaotic...) I can thoroughly recommend this talk to anyone, whether they've
> raced on the Tideway before or not.
> Ro has been coxing for nearly 20 years, including three years training on
> the Tideway with Vesta Rowing Club based in Putney. She has four Tideway pennants,
> three from WeHORR and one from HORR. Whilst as Vesta she coxed the top
> womens crew to 3rd and 4th place in WeHORR and raced twice in the elite
> womens 8s event at Henley Royal Regatta. So she is very well placed to
> offer guidance on handling racing on the Thames.
> I will absolutely be attending, and I'd strongly urge any college coxes
> planning to race this year to come along too.
> Best wishes,
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