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Lent 2013 Crews

W1
cox: Georgie Field
S – Emma Jones
7 – Sally-Anne Bennett
6 – Laura Desert
5 – Reana Maier
4 – Evie Hampson
3 – Amy Crow
2 – Jessica Manning
1 – Anna Frosig
coach: Mark Jacobs

W2
cox: Nadia Tsao
S – Pauline Pilote
7 – Lizzie Allen
6 – Natalie Skorupska
5 – Siena Carver
4 – Catherine Taylor
3 – Rowanne Willett
2 – Emily Taylor
1 – Katie Miles
coach: Alex Massey, Matthew White

W3
cox: Christina Larkin
S – Katie Knowles
7 – Ginny Levrini
6 – Felicia Lane
5 – Nina Jones
4 – Lucy McMahon
3 – Carla Bardua
2 – Eleonora Pi
1 – Bethany Sherwood
coach: Richard Dearden, Pete Wilkes

W4
cox: George Letts
Ana Diac
Annelies Haemmig
Danya Zeng
Eva Lawrence
Iila Jingjao Li
Imogen Schon
Macarena Machimbarrena
Amy Gregg
Amy Shang
Constance Lesnianski
Emily Dean
Emma Heydon
Kate Choong
Lucy Yuan
Lydia Morris
coach: Rob Watson, Bob Evans

W1 Race Report for Autumn Head (20 Oct 2012)

Emma Jones, Stroke

Pushing off from the boat house for the first race of the year, and our first as a crew together, none of us were sure of what sort of result we could expect. We didn’t know what competition we were facing, nor did we even know what it would feel like to do a racing piece the length of the course (2.6km) in our new crew. With last year’s success to live up to however, we all wanted a victory, and we had a focused row up to the start as we prepared to do our best for the race. Being the second boat to arrive at the marshalling station, we had plenty of time to think about the race ahead while enjoying the sunshine. After Mark’s final pre-race chat, and Georgie’s attempts to get our focus in the boat, we began the paddle up to the starting line. On the call from Georgie, we began our wind strokes to bring our rate up to race pace as we passed under the motorway bridge where the course began, and we were off. We settled into a fairly solid rhythm and managed to keep the power up for the length of the race, doing a particularly effective rhythm change and push for ten coming onto the reach. Eleven minutes, twenty two seconds later we crossed the finish line, exhausted, but very happy with our row. When the results were published later in the afternoon, we were delighted to see that our efforts had paid off and that we had won the college W1 category! TANKARDS!! A great start to the new year for MECBC.

Michaelmas 2012 crews

W1
cox: Georgie Field
S – Emma Jones
7 – Sally-Anne Bennett
6 – Mollie Jones
5 – Reana Maier
4 – Henrike Schulte-to-Buehne
3 – Jennifer Tollman
2 – Jessica Manning
1 – Harriet Christie
coach: Mark Jacobs

W2
cox: Nadia Tsao
Laura Desert
Catherine Taylor
Siena Carver
Pauline Pilote
Lizzie Allen
Ginny Levrini
(+ novices Anna Frosig and Emily Taylor for Fairbairns)
coaches: Matt White and Rob Watson

Comet 260 (novice 1)
Cox: George Letts
Evie Hampson
Felicia Lane
Nina Jones
Rowanne Willett
Katie Knowles
Carla Bardua
Emily Dean
Katie Miles
coaches: Natalie Skorupska, Alex Massey, Georgie Field, Ginny Levrini

Silver Arrow (novice 2)
Cox: Sarah Pellew
Rosanna O’Keefe
Macarena Machimbarrena
Emily Taylor
Anna Frosig
Beth Sherwood
Alex Baddeley
Angelina Munabi
Constance Lesnianski
coaches: Georgie Field, Mollie Jones, Alex Massey, Sally-Anne Bennett

Nimbus 2000 (novice 3)
Cox: Maisie Tillisch
Emma Heydon
Alice Prodger
Anna Rolland
Ellie Khabirova
Eva Lawrence
Imogen Schon
Natasha Dean
Lucy McMahon
coaches: Reana Maier, Eve Bonner, Alex Massey

Firebolt (novice 4)
Cox: Annabel Sturgess
Ana Diac
Danya Zeng
Amy Gregg
Chloe Abbot
Kate Choong
Annelies Haemmig
Carllyn Ng
Lydia Morris
coaches: Wing Ying Chow, Laura Desert

Clean Sweep (novice 5)
Cox: Mariana Fonseca
Stefana Anita
Ashwini Ponnampalam
Nishtha Lamba
Emma Witcome
Lucy Yuan
Alicia Caunter
Hima Balachandran
Sanaz Talebian Yazdi
Jinjiao Li
Amy Shang
coaches: Natalie Skorupska, Reana Maier, Wing Ying Chow, Laura Desert

Leaflets for coxing/rowing with MECBC

Thanks to all those who made it to our Boatie Tea this afternoon, it was great to meet so many keen new faces! For those who haven't managed to make it, no worries– here's some leaflets that will give you more information about coxing or rowing with MECBC, and you can still sign up for a taster session (see post below). Do hurry though, we plan to run the taster sessions this weekend and need to know numbers soon.

coxing brochure.pdf Download this file

Rowing Brochure.pdf Download this file

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