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River issues this weekend
20th September 2018

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9th September 2018

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U20 of 2018
Barnes Elms Reach to Mortlake Reach - Trial Eight Races

U19 of 2018
Richmond Lock - Pile Extraction and Installation

U17 of 2018
Mortlake to Barn Elms Reach - River Closures - 2018-19 Head of the River Closures

Deneb Captain's Log XVI

6th November 2018

Hello Cygnets!

I hope everyone had a fantastic racing weekend. Many Thanks to all volunteers, helpers, BBL for their catering, Rupert for sorting Pizzas.

Congratulations to all racing clubs from both clubs and also to Raphael Z. and Laurent C, for their 10 years CYG membership. Well done everyone!

Results 4ís Head:
CYG 194 4x ( Scott, Alex, Vasil, Cris) / Time: 21:43.1
CYG 480 4+ ( Katy, Henrik, Eric, Rupert,Tom B.) / Time: 25:06.2

Results Vets 4's Head:
CYG 93 (Paul R, Steve, Rhodri, Ian) / Time: 22:23

This week Training :

Tuesday:
Circuits with Maxi : (Conditioning Training).Can everyone please bring a towel and a drink to each session.
19:15pm Cavendish School, Edensor Road, Chiswick W4 2RGIf you go direct to the school be there at 19:10. If you go via the club, people will be leaving there no later than 19.00.

(Erg 30' @ Rate 20 approx. 5k pace +6s )

Wednesday:
Weights Core , warm up properly pair with someone who was there in the introduction focus on technique.

Thursday:
Erg 30' @ Rate 20 approx. 5k pace +6s

If you have done it Ö

2 x 30' @ R18 approx. 30' R20 + 6s, 2 mins rest

Outings for the Weekend Will Follow Please update availability by WEDNESDAY Noon (12:00 PM). (https://www.fitclub.me)

Food Thursday social: As per Rupertís email this week Samantha has kindly volunteered to cook, so please let her know if you are staying for food.

This Saturday 10th November Henley Lunch. Lovely Venue, Lovely Menu and Lovely People, I hope to see you there

And on Sunday to mark Remembrance Sunday and the 100th anniversary of the end of World War 1, British Rowing is encouraging rowing clubs to take part in Blades of Remembrance. All club members are asked to mark the moment of silence at 11am by standing in front of the clubs, displaying club blades as a mark of respect for club members who have lost their lives to war and to say Thank You to all those who have served, sacrificed and changed the world. If you have blazers please wear these too.

Have a nice Tuesday and a better week

Cris

Dates for your diary

Author: Neil Pickford

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