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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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There is nothing more exciting than when the team you support wins. Just ask the Whakatane High School supporters.

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Banners and flags from schools competing at Maadi Cup are attracting a lot of attention across the lake. However, it comes down to who you know in order to get them there.

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On-water trainings in Wellington are not for the weak, with the wind sometimes making it difficult for rowers not to tip out.

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Bodie Butler and Mason Porteous have qualified for an A and B final, and show no signs of slowing down.

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Sacred Heart New Plymouth are looking for a good finish to their regatta, as two of them bow out of Maadi competition.

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From the break of dawn while most rowers sleep, when the lake cannot be seen, Harvey Nelson is getting ready to weigh the first coxswains of the day.

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Kirsty Dunhill balances two jobs at Maadi: she’s a coach and a commentator

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Wentworth College’s double scullers are bidding for the finals.

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St John are pleased they have not been busy so far at Maadi

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Jackson White is the only coxswain for Wentworth College. At only 12 years old he hopes to one day become a rower.

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