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Honory Membership of the Jacobs University Rowing Team for President Prof. Dr. Treusch

  Heringessen 2012 by Adriana Trutzenberg, Team Captain   The Jacobs University Rowing Team started into a new season in September. We have a lot of new members, who are eager to learn how to row and achieve good results in the upcoming month as a team. Our biggest competitor, the HSBA is very strong and this motivates us to give our best every day during training. But our team is not only made of stroke rowers, bow rowers, skullers and coxes. We all could not enjoy this sport at our university if it wasn’t for some very important people in the background. On Saturday, 24.11.2012...

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Anne is training hard in Bangkok

Greetings from Anne from Bangkok, she's not only studying hard and travelling through the country, she's training hard for the upcoming spring season.  See you soon !

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Two in one – Fari Cup and WHU Euromaster at the same weekend

by Andrei Cosmin Cirlanaru for Fari Cup and Domingo Antonio Vivas Peleteiro for WHU Euromaster   Fari Cup in Hamburg It happened this Sunday, the two Jacobs Rowing teams, Men’s 8 and Women’s 8, participated in the FARI CUP competition in Hamburg. Everything started early in the morning with the meeting at 6.45 on campus and leaving to Hamburg. As soon as arrived, the teams had to prepare the boats and until 9.45 they were already on the water. It was an endurance race, 8k or an average of 30 minutes of rowing. On the way to the start, the teams had the possibility to know the track,...

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Andrey and the Team GB

By Andrey Raykov   Saturday 22nd September 2012 was supposed to be an exciting day, however it turned out to be rather legendary. The Coldplay Open Air Tour tickets were in my pocket and on the way to Hannover, where the concert was taking place, we decided to make a detour to Hamburg for the Ruderbundesliga weekend combined with the EON Hanse Alstercup in which the Olympic-winning German eight was racing. What we believed to be a post-olympic celebration was actually a sprint race involving the three of the top rowing nations - Germany, Great Britain and Australia. The eights were facing...

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