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Triangle Rowing Club Dominates NC competition

October 9, 2019

HIGH POINT, N.C., September 28, 2019 - TRC started its regatta season in a grand way with the team collectively earning 21 medals at the High Point Autumn Rowing Festival. 14 Gold Medals, 3 Silver and 4 Bronze gave the Triangle boats a solid reward for weeks of hard work.  A complete list of medals and times can be found HERE. Women brought home Gold in 7 races: WV4+, WU174x, WU174+, WU158+, WV8+, WU178+ and WMS8+. Men brought home Gold in 6 races: MV8+, MU158+, MDebut4+, MV4+, MU174+, MMS8+ and the MixedMS 8+ claimed a Gold as well. 3 Silver Medals were earned by Men's boats: MVU178+, MV4+ and the MMS8+. 4 Bronze were rounded up by: MVU158+, WV158+. WU178+. The Triangle had 32 entries in 15 races making it a busy, but highly successful day for the team!

 

Triangle Rowing Club is a team to watch not just in N.C., but in the entire Southeast region! Our athletes continue their unwavering commitment to training and are eagerly anticipating a full regatta this weekend in the First Coast Head Race in Jacksonville, FL; our TRC Womens 4+ competing at The Head of the Charles October 19-20, one of the most prestigious and oldest competition in the world.  This TRC Womens 4+ made N.C. Rowing history last year as  the first N.C. Youth boat to ever to get an automatic rebid for the Head of The Charles Regatta (HOCR)!

 

About Triangle Rowing Club

 

Triangle Rowing Club (TRC) is a competitive rowing team based in Wake County, North Carolina for middle and high school students in the Triangle area. The club practices at Lake Wheeler Park in Raleigh.

 

For more information and race schedules, visit http://www.trianglerowing.org/. You can follow TRC on

Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Triangle.Rowing.Club
or Twitter @TriangleRowing.

 

 

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