Double Sculls

Some articles on double sculls, scull, sculls, double:

Robert Sycz - Achievements - World Rowing Championships
2005 - Bronze, Lightweight Double Sculls (with Paweł Rańda) 2003 - Silver, Lightweight Double Sculls (with Tomasz Kucharski) 2002 - Silver, Lightweight Double Sculls (with Tomasz Kucharski) 2001 ...
Bert Bushnell - Career - 1948 Summer Olympics
... Bushnell hoped to compete at the 1948 Summer Olympics in the single scull event ... However, after he was a distant runner-up by five lengths in the Diamond Challenge Sculls at Henley Royal Regatta on 4 July 1948, to Australian policeman Mervyn Wood, who subsequently won the Olympic singles that year ... Bushnell that there wasn't a chance for him to win the single sculls, and so created the double sculls team instead ...
Skiff Championships Regatta - Events and Course
... Association and there are five Championship events Gentlemen's Double Sculls for the Albany Challenge Cup Gentlemen's Single Sculls for the Pulman Challenge Cup Mixed Double Sculls for the Newman Challenge Cup Ladies ...
Skiff Championships Regatta - History
... The Gentlemen's Double Sculls event at that regatta was nominated as the Championship of the Thames in 1897 and by 1906 the Gentlemen's Single Sculls, the Mixed Double Sculls and Ladies' Double ... The Ladies' Single Sculls were introduced in 1957 ...
Stuart Mac Kenzie
... He received a silver medal in single sculls at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne ... At the 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games he won a gold medal in single sculls and also set a Commonwealth Games record (720.1 mins), and he received a silver ... He won the Diamond Challenge Sculls at Henley Royal Regatta six times, consecutively, from 1957 to 1962, and won the Silver Goblets partnering Chris Davidge in 1963, and the Double Sculls, also with ...

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