When Sharleen Murray dropped her camera in Lake Karapiro five years ago she did not expect to ever see it or the photos on it again – until it was found and given back to her, in working order.

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Robert Allen fell out of his boat in his first race – but then went on to post improved times.

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A 1947 Maadi bronze medallist and the All Blacks coach were among those at Maadi. The Waikato Independent asked supporters what they enjoyed most about the regatta.

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New Zealand rowers will pay pay tribute to Sir Don Rowlands at Maadi tomorrow in a row-past at 9.15am.

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North Island selector looks at individual rowing performances at Maadi to select 40 students for the trials.

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Whakatane High School win three gold medals from three finals at Maadi today.

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Christchurch Girls’ rowing team returned to training on a full course in the build-up to Maadi after being restricted since the earthquake.

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It’s busy on the lake and in the kitchen at the Maadi Cup regatta, And none are busier than Diane Campbell.

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The Taranaki camp had three crews competing on the morning of day one of Maadi Cup finals against fierce competition.

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Rangiora High U18 girls doubles crew came third in a hard fought final today.

Alice Pallister and Rose McEwan put all they had into the race as their families and supporters cheered them on.

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Waikato Independent reporters have Maadi covered.

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Rangiora High was in a good position as racing finished yesterday, with most of the small team making it to A finals in at least one event.

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A stranger approaches you with a challenge. The prize – a free Steve burger. What would you do?

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First placings in the heats and semis have seen Avonside U18 girls lightweight pairing of Ruby Norton and Giverny Penny head into Saturday’s finals hoping to improve on their fifth placing last year.

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The Maadi finals are getting under way, the parks are filling, and the attendants have everything under control.

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With all first place results, Whakatane High School are through to five A-Final races beginning tomorrow.

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Rowers are in safe hands with umpires like Hewitt Harrison taking make sure the boats are survivable once out on the water.

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