2011 Silver Goblets & Nickalls’

2011 Silver Goblets & Nickalls’


Heat: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) A. Foot & R.G. Chisholm (Australian Institute of Sport, Australia) bt J.S.P. Johnson & C.M.P. Johnson (Thames Valley Park Rowing Club) Easily in 7m.47s Heat: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) W.J. Lockwood & W.D.B. Buckland (Australian Institute of Sport, Australia) bt C.J. Wallace & S.R. Purdie (Aberdeen Boat Club) Easily in 7m.27s Heat: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) J.J. Stangel & T. Peszek (Chula Vista Training Center, U.S.A.) bt J.A.E. Aguirregomezcorta & D.A.E. Aguirregomezcorta (Club de Remo Raspas del Embarcadero, Spain) by 2 1/4 lengths in 7m.29s Heat: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) L. Carboncini & N. Mornati (Centro Nazionale di Canottaggio Piediluco, Italy) bt B.F. Smith & D.M.G. Ouseley (Molesey Boat Club) by 2 lengths in 7m.23s Heat: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) P.K. Reed & A. Triggs Hodge (Leander Club and Molesey Boat Club) bt S.E. Hemsworth & T.N. Porter (Worcester Rowing Club) by 4 1/2 lengths in 7m..5s Heat: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) A. Gkountoulas & N. Gkountoulas (Nautical Club of Thessaloniki, Greece) bt B.A. Pugh & P.D. Robinson (Molesey Boat Club) by 4 1/4 lengths in 7m.39s Heat: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) B. Tunevitsch & T. Gibson (Australian Institute of Sport, Australia) bt N. Bates & D.R. French (Cygnet Rowing Club) Easily in 7m.36s Heat: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) N.C. West & S.O. West (Walton Rowing Club) bt B. Osmond & S.A. Hewitt (Bristol Ariel Rowing Club) by 3/4 length in 8m.04s Quarter Final: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) A. Gkountoulas & N. Gkountoulas (Nautical Club of Thessaloniki, Greece) bt B. Tunevitsch & T. Gibson (Australian Institute of Sport, Australia) by 2 lengths in 7m.15s Quarter Final: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) L. Carboncini & N. Mornati (Centro Nazionale di Canottaggio Piediluco, Italy) bt J.J. Stangel & T. Peszek (Chula Vista Training Center, U.S.A.) by 1 1/4 lengths in 7m.06s Quarter Final: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) P.K. Reed & A. Triggs Hodge (Leander Club and Molesey Boat Club) bt N.C. West & S.O. West (Walton Rowing Club) by 1 1/4 lengths in 8m.12s Quarter Final: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) W.J. Lockwood & W.D.B. Buckland (Australian Institute of Sport, Australia) bt A. Foot & R.G. Chisholm (Australian Institute of Sport, Australia) by 3 1/2 lengths in 7m.25s Semi Final: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) L. Carboncini & N. Mornati (Centro Nazionale di Canottaggio Piediluco, Italy) bt W.J. Lockwood & W.D.B. Buckland (Australian Institute of Sport, Australia) by 2 lengths in 7m.12s Semi Final: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) P.K. Reed & A. Triggs Hodge (Leander Club and Molesey Boat Club) bt A. Gkountoulas & N. Gkountoulas (Nautical Club of Thessaloniki, Greece) Easily in 7m.09s Final: The Silver Goblets and Nickalls’ Challenge Cup (M2-) P.K. Reed & A. Triggs Hodge (Leander Club and Molesey Boat Club) bt L. Carboncini & N. Mornati (Centro Nazionale di Canottaggio Piediluco, Italy) Easily in 6m.56ás

3 Comments

  1. GB pair doesnt look that smooth…they're doing different things…slightly different styles. Theyre just bio mechanically different in pair rowing. For example, the last quarter of recovery phase girates unpredictably…well maybe more on andys side. The main thing i can see is that andy likes to row long as if hes in a bigger boat, he draws up high sits back etc and pete has a much more sort of consolidated technique…just look at their finish positions.

  2. I do think that they looked better at Lucerne as they were more fluid and relaxed…my opinion is that this is better steps on a new path.

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