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November 12, 2009
  Early morning splashingPDF files may take a moment to load

Have you ever thought to yourself that the best time to be out on the Glenmore Resevoir is 5 a.m.? You might be crazy. Or you might be a member of the University of Calgary rowing club.


November 08, 2005
  Rowling out the red carpetPDF files may take a moment to load

Rowing on the West Coast is ordinarily dominated by the powerhouse University of British Columbia Thunderbirds and University of Victoria Vikes teams. This year's versions of the Head of the Gorge and Head of the Elk regattas Oct. 29–30, were no different.

That said, the Dinos rowing crew celebrated some milestone achievements over the weekend.


October 20, 2005
  A reservoir row-off... only in the prairiesPDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos rowing crew took to the Glenmore Reservoir as hosts of this season's edition of the Prairie University Championship Sat., Oct. 15.

Held in conjunction with the annual Head of the Weasel race, the Prairie Champs saw athletes from the University of Alberta and the University of Calgary go head-to-head for land-locked water supremacy and bragging rights heading into the last two weeks of the fall regatta schedule.


November 06, 2003
  Not quite the Spanish ArmadaPDF files may take a moment to load

There was no tsunami, but the landlubbers from the University of Calgary Rowing Club still managed to make some waves while splashing around in Victoria.

The Calgary squad produced great results over the two days of racing Sun., Oct. 26 at The Head of the Gorge, and Mon., Oct. 27 at The Head of the Elk. Head racing events are typical for the fall season, showcasing a staggered-start time-trial event rather than the head-to-head sprint style.


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