Head of the Charles 2006
Video from the Head
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thank you Eleanor
|Video - Men||Video - Women|
|Huskies in the fast lane on the Charles 10/22. Al Erickson/WRF photos.|
UW Men Capture Collegiate First at the Head of the Charles :: Washington women finish in sixth place
Sunday, October 22:
Men's results: U.S. Natl Team 14:09; Washington 14:22; Yale 14:25; Penn A/C 14:30; Brown 14:33; Wisconsin 14:35; Brown Alumni 14:35; Oxford 14:36; Cambridge 14:37.7; Princeton 14:37.9; Cal 14:38.4 Race summary: Washington rowed the body at a 32, had the fastest collegiate times to all markers.
Women's results: U.S. Natl Team 15:37; Canadian Natl Team 15:55; Princeton 16:13; Virginia 16:15; Yale 16:20; Washington 16:34.3; Tennessee 16:34.5; Stanford 16:36; Northeastern 16:37; WSU 16:39 Race summary: Washington trailed early but then gathered their pace and had a huge sprint - moving from 13th to 6th - in the last three minutes of the race.
UW Crew Sends a Pair of Eights to Head of the Charles :: The men and women will each field a boat in the Championship Eights
Women's entries (Championship Eights, Sunday, Oct. 22, 4:26 pm edt): Washington, Brown, Harvard, Princeton, Virginia, WSU, Michigan, and 38 other entries including Cambridge (UK), and the US and Canadian national teams.
Men's entries (Championship Eights, Sunday, Oct. 22, 4:10 pm edt): Washington, Harvard, Cal, Brown, Princeton, Wisconsin, Northeastern, Navy, and 35 other entries including Cambridge (UK), Oxford (UK) and the US national team.
The two top women's varsity boats and a novice crew out on Lake Washington Saturday morning, 10/14. Tough to fully represent the intensity and sheer effort left out on the water that morning - as the team gears up to send one boat back east for the Head of the Charles - but these photos give a decent measure of the commitment and desire of these Washington athletes. Eric Cohen/WRF photos, 10/14/06.
Photos from a spectacular Saturday morning out with the men's varsity squad.
Eric Cohen/WRF photos, 10/7/06.
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