Washington freshman rowers win opener at Henley Royal Regatta
The Washington freshmen opened the Henley Royal Regatta with a resounding win over Manchester University by a shade over three lengths on...
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The Washington freshmen opened the Henley Royal Regatta with a resounding win over Manchester University by a shade over three lengths on Wednesday morning in the United Kingdom.
The Huskies finished in 7 minutes, 20 seconds on the 2,112-meter course in suburban London. With the win, the Huskies advanced to face England's Reading University in the second round.
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