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    The Women's European Rowing Championship finals on the Welsh Harp, London, UK, Aug 14 saw an almost clean sweep for Eastern European competitors.

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    GV. Start single sculls.
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    MV. Spectators.
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    GV. Single sculls in progress.
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    CU. Spectators.
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    GV.PAN.Of boats.
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    GTV. Finish of single sculls.
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    MV. Onlookers.
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    MV. Winner PAN to flag.
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    MV. Winner congratulated after presentation.
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    LV. Quadruple sculls race.
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    CU. Polish onlookers.
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    GV. Race halfway mark.
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    MV. Spectator.
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    GV. Race.
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    GV.PAN.Finish.
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    SV. Winners lined up for presentation.
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    SV. Applauding spectators.
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    GTV. Winners line up.
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    GV. Eights race in progress.
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    SV. Spectators.
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    LV. Race in progress.
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    GTV. Ditto.
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    MV. Spectators.
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    GTV. Finish of race.
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    GV. Crowd to winning Russian crew lined up.
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    GTV. Russian crew.
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    Initials JF/CW


    SPORT: ROWING

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    Background: The Women's European Rowing Championship finals on the Welsh Harp, London, UK, Aug 14 saw an almost clean sweep for Eastern European competitors.

    J. Paap (Hungary) won the single sculls for the third successive year in 4 mins, 0.4 secs., with Z. Rakitakaia (USSR) second. Germany broke the East European monopoly of successes, winning the quadruple scull in 3 mins. 39:6 secs, but highlight of this event was a fine finishing burst by the Rumanians, who came up form last to second place in the final minute's rowing. In the eights event, a powerful Russian won in 3 mins. 23.7 secs, with Germany second, far behind in 3 mins 32.06 secs.

    The USSR also won the double sculls and coxed fours.

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    Film ID:
    VLVA87R9WWP88JPJ4SS1273DMEQNY
    Media URN:
    VLVA87R9WWP88JPJ4SS1273DMEQNY
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    15/08/1960
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:02:47:00
    Time in/Out:
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    Canister:
    N/A

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