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Masters rowing Cambridge New Zealand

Masters Rowing Lake Karapiro

Out take from a project I am currently working on.

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Maadi Cup 2011 Lake Karapiro Saturday 2/4/2011

Medals pontoon

Medals pontoon

Two images I like – taken Saturday week ago at Lake Karapiro.

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Maadi Cup 2011 | 2/4/2011 | 11:24

Maadi 2011 lapel pin

Maadi 2011 lapel pin

Day Gallery

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Maadi Cup 2011 | 2/4/2011 | 11:04

Barclay, O'Neill, Theo, Hudson, Houghton C, Van Bysterveldt

Barclay, O'Neill, Theo, Hudson, Houghton C, Van Bysterveldt

Day Gallery

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Maadi Cup 2011 | 2/4/2011 | 10:32

Boat holders medal presentation pontoon Lake Karapiro

Boat holders, medal presentation pontoon, Lake Karapiro

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Maadi Cup 2011 | 2/4/2011 | 10:02

St Andrew's College piper

St Andrew’s College piper

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Maadi Cup 2011 | 2/4/2011 | 08:53

Maadi Cup detail

Maadi Cup detail

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Maadi Cup 2011 | 2/4/2011 | 08:44

Coordinated deck chairs

Coordinated deck chairs

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Maadi Cup 2011 | 2/4/2011 | 08:42

Dunedin! couch included

Dunedin! couch included

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Maadi Cup 2011 | 2/4/2011 | 08:41

Video screen Lake Karapiro Domain

Video screen Lake Karapiro Domain

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Maadi Cup 2011 | 2/4/2011 | 07:35

Parking in the mist Lake Karapiro Domain

Parking in the mist Lake Karapiro Domain

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Starting pontoons Cambridge Town Cup 29/1/2011

Starting pontoons Cambridge Town Cup Lake Karapiro

Photo taken 09:10 29/1/2011

This tread plate covered pontoon runs at right angles to the 2000 metre Karapiro rowing course while under /through it, at 90 degrees, run each of the boat holder pontoons which are pushed and pulled forward or back to accommodate differing boat lengths – singles to eights. This is a two person job with the boat holder for each lane laying on the end of each pontoon holding their boat in position while their companion pulls and pushes – often it seems with their feet – at the intersection of the two pontoons. As the start approaches the race marshall off to the side asks that the boats be bought into exact alignment with the tweaking continuing right up to the point the starter, in the tower directly behind us, calls the start. Eight lanes – sixteen people not counting the marshals and starters – twenty folk at least – though this morning there were fewer with some hardy souls dashing between stations. Added to this a stiff breeze.

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On water portrait 2 Cambridge Town Cup 29/1/2011

Cambridge Town Cup on water boat park Lake Karapiro

Photo taken 10:35 29/1/2011

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On water portrait 1 Cambridge Town Cup 29/1/2011

Cambridge Town Cup on water boat park Lake Karapiro

Photo taken 10:41 29/1/2011

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Edgewater College & Aramoho Wanganui

Passing time Saturday afternoon as gusty winds off the back of Cyclone Wilma disrupt racing for about three hours. Saturday afternoon 29/1/2011. Cambridge Town Cup regatta, boat park, Lake Karapiro, New Zealand. If anyone else wants a mention better be in and leave a comment! :)

Published 31/1/2011 & edited 1/2/2011

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Cambridge Town Cup 2011 KRI # 2 Lake Karapiro photos

https://i0.wp.com/www.michaeljeans.com/img/s3/v25/p54545285-2.jpg Cambridge Town Cup 2011 KRI # 2 Lake Karapiro

A rowing regatta on the scale of the Cambridge Town Cup is only possible because of the dedicated commitment in time and expertise of a large band of generous and characterful volunteers undertaking an oarsome jigsaw of interlocking tasks. Magic to watch. Photos taken at Cambridge Town Hall Cup on Friday the 28th of January and Saturday the 29th of January 2011 can be found in the day galleries here. Due to a prior family commitment I am unable to attend the regatta today Sunday the 30th.

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@ the 1000 metre mark, Lake Karapiro, Maungatautari Road

Dio Maungatautari Road

Diocesan School for Girls (Auckland) rowing squad members view the Lake Karapiro rowing course from above the 1000 metre mark on Maungatautari Road this morning Saturday the 29th of January 2011. The evident camaraderie, team and school spirit these young women exhibit brings much colour (and noise) to the highly disciplined and competitive (not withstanding the matching enthusiasm of their rivals) atmosphere of the Cambridge Town Cup as often fiercely contested battles unfold out on the water. There’s another shot of these young women hereat least I think it’s the same lot! :) The day gallery is here.

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Cambridge Town Cup 2011 KRI # 2 Lake Karapiro

Cambridge Town Cup 2011 KRI # 2 Lake Karapiro Cambridge Town Cup 2011 KRI # 2 Lake Karapiro
Cambridge Town Cup 2011 KRI # 2 Lake Karapiro Cambridge Town Cup 2011 KRI # 2 Lake Karapiro

My day galleries. January 2011 galleries. Today’s gallery.

Today, tomorrow and Sunday: 28th, 29th & 30th of January 2011.

602 Maungatautari Road, Lake Karapiro, Cambridge New Zealand.

Photos taken in the boat park at KRI # 2, this afternoon as the well oiled machine of volunteers processes hundreds of young rowers, representing schools and clubs, onto the water to race the 2000 metre Lake Karapiro course and then back off the water to the busy boat park behind. The safety of rowers is of constant concern and each boat inspected – particularly the footwear of each rower. Footwear is attached to the boat and must allow for immediate and unimpeded release of the feet in the event of a capsize. As I over heard Roger Milne explain to one crew, whose setup exceeded the 50mm mandated safety tolerance, it is like trying to remove gumboots without the purchase of a step or your toe at the heel of the boot. The difference between being trapped under a boat by your feet or a straightforward dunk and escape to the surface.

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North Island Rowing Championships 2011

North Island Rowing Champs 2011 Lake Karapiro

I went to watch my cousin Alice row for Hawkes Bay (Women’s Novice Eight – Hawkes Bay 2) at the North Island Rowing Championships 2011 at Lake Karapiro today the 15th of January 2011 and passed the time by covering the later medals ceremonies. So, I think I have everything from event 117 (?) – 133 (MPrem 8+)put me right if I have this wrong. In what was a great regatta for Hawkes Bay the Women’s Novice Eight – Hawkes Bay 2 won silver. Cool!

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St Andrews Church Cambridge New Zealand Church Alive

Andrew Hedge St Andrews Cambridge New Zealand

This photograph was made on Thursday evening the 4th of November 2010 and post produced 4th – 9th of November 2010.

Published: 28/11/2010

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WRCH2010 Day 8 – Sunday 7 November 2010 04:44pm

WRCH2010 Day 8 – Sunday 7 November 2010 16:44
On the Loop. Redoubt and Nickle Roads, Pukekura, Cambridge, New Zealand.

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WRCH2010 Day 8 Sunday 7 November 2010 09:44am

The locals

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WRCH2010 Day 8 Sunday 7 November 2010 09:35am

Zingara

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WRCH2010 Day 8 Sunday 7 November 2010 09:26am

Waikato Times
WRCH2010 Day 8 – Sunday 7 November 2010 09:26am Waikato Times.

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WRCH2010 Day 8 Sunday 7 November 2010 09:20am

Judd Lane, Lake Karapiro Domain, Waikato, New Zealand
Judd Lane, Lake Karapiro Domain, Waikato, New Zealand.

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WRCH2010 Day 8 Sunday 7 November 2010 09:18am

Rowing oar fence posts

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WRCH2010 Day 8 Sunday 7 November 2010 09:04am

Deli on the Corner at Lake Karapiro
Deli on the Corner at Lake Karapiro, Waikato, New Zealand.

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WRCH2010 Day 8 – Sunday 7 November 2010 08:49am

WRCH2010 Day 8 – Sunday 7 November 2010 08:49am

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WRCH2010 Day 8 – Sunday 7 November 2010 08:20am

08:20 WRCH2010 Day 8 - Sunday 7 November 2010

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WRCH2010 Tom Mayo CEO World Rowing Championships 2010

Tom Mayo, CEO of WRCH2010 Karapiro 2010 Limited

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WRCH2010 Day 8 – Sunday 7 November 2010 08:07am

On the bus to Karapiro for the last time
On the bus to Karapiro for the last time. Lamb Street, Pukekura, Waikato, New Zealand.

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WRCH2010 Hamish Bond and Eric Murray Gold M2- 6/11/2010

Hamish Bond and Eric Murray
Photograph: Tuesday 5/10/2010

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WRCH2010 medal winner bouquet by Caroline Meyer

WRCH2010 medal winner bouquet by Caroline Meyer (nee Evers-Swindell)

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WRCH2010 Lithuanian rowing team visit St Andrews Cambridge NZ

Lithuanian rowing team at St Andrew's Anglican Church Cambridge New Zealand

Rev. Andrew Hedge, Mindaugas Griškonis (single sculler – M1x), Alfonsas Mikšys (coach), Marius Matulionis (doctor) and Rima Karaliene (team manager and Lithuanian Rowing Federation vice-president).

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WRCH2010 Day Four 3/11/2010 Cambridge New Zealand

From the official WRCH2010 YouTube channel. I assume this was shot yesterday, Wednesday 3/11/2010.

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WRCH2010 Mahé Drysdale – WRCH2010 logo stickers??


My personal favourite of Mahé – heading for the water during the Waddell & Drysdale duel in March 2008. This photograph was taken on the 5th March 2008 at Lake Karapiro on the Waikato River, Aotearoa New Zealand. Update 12:53 4/11/2010 – Mahé wins his semi final – M1x.

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WRCH2010 Andrew Hedge, St Andrew’s Cambridge, New Zealand

Andrew Hedge, St Andrew's Cambridge, New Zealand

Published: 27/11/2010

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WRCH2010 second day of racing has started! live results view

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Edited 27/01/2017

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WRCH2010 Janet Myers Karapiro Crew

Janet Myers Karapiro Crew

Published: 28/11/2010

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WRCH2010 VIP entrance way, Lake Karapiro, New Zealand

Serena Blackie Designer

Serena Blackie, designer, Cambridge Landscaping. +64 7 827 7936 and +64 27 475 1209

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WRCH2010 boat park off water pontoons Lake Karapiro

Looking southeast towards Maungatautari from WRCH2010 boat park Lake Karapiro

In the foreground the Lake Karapiro WRCH2010 boat park off water pontoons. Beyond the Don Rowlands Centre and the glass of the finish tower against the grandstand – apparently the largest temporary stand to be built in New Zealand – and yes it is huge. Beyond that the shell of the concert stage where Ophop will perform tomorrow afternoon – after the opening ceremony. And beyond again, above the trees, the northern slopes of Maungatautari.

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WRCH2010 medal ceremony dais Lake Karapiro New Zealand

Phil Morris and Patricia Rushton medal ceremony dais, 2010 World Rowing Championships, Lake Karapiro, New Zealand.

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Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand – Mobil Karapiro

Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand

Mobil Karapiro Karapiro Motors, 719 State Highway 1, Karapiro, Waikato, New Zealand

Mobil Karapiro, Karapiro Motors, 719 State Highway 1, Karapiro, Waikato, New Zealand.

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Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand – Karapiro School crew #2

Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand

Room 1 Karapiro School Jacob, Joseph, Rebecca and Cameron
Four senior Karapiro School students; Jacob, Joseph, Rebecca and Cameron pose for a photo this afternoon, Wednesday, the 27th of October 2010 with Room 1‘s excellent WRCH2010 project. Not only showing support for the countries they are following – the Czech Republic, Great Britain, Germany and Australia – the clocks on the right show the time zones of each country (I do wonder, though, why the Australian clock has stopped!) – but a teaching moment, as well, exploring team work, with nifty references to rowing through the concepts friendliness, honestycommitment, responsibility, excellence and confidence. Most impressive.

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Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand – mug shot

Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand

Michael Jeans 26/10/2010

Getting into the swing of things. Yep! this is me – just in case you were wondering. Photograph made by Dianna Spitalny Hot Shots To Go, 62 Duke Street, Cambridge, New Zealand 26/10/2010 (date corrected – thanks John.

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Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand – WRCH2010 Park & Ride Blue

Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand

Corner Lamb and Carlyle Streets Leamington
A delightful contrast in building styles. The portacom? arrived in the past few of days and will no doubt service Park & Ride Blue (northern and western traffic) for the 2010 Rowing World Championshipswhich I take to be the paddock to our right. Silage has been harvested and the big green bales removed this morning – a very productive form of grooming. Beyond – the ubiquitous Rosswood Contour Barn – we have always referred to them simply as Rosswood hay barns – manufactured right here in the heart of Leamington. Beyond the former Leamington Dairy Factory (c.1910 – I might have this date slightly wrong). We are on the Cambridge greenbelt on the corner of  Lamb Street, Rotoorangi Road and Carlyle Street in Leamington, New Zealand.

ALL northern traffic from Auckland, Hamilton and the western areas is expected to use this facility. Traffic coming from the north on State Highway 1 will be diverted down State Highway 1B at Taupiri and will then proceed towards Tamahere to Mystery Creek Road. Here, Auckland vehicles will meet Hamilton traffic which will be advised to use State Highway 3. The routes will converge and proceed down Kaipaki Road to the parking area.

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1978 World Rowing Championships New Zealand – art

1978 World Rowing Championships New Zealand – art

Photograph made Sunday 5 November 1978.

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1978 World Rowing Championships New Zealand – information

1978 World Rowing Championships New Zealand

Photograph made Sunday 5 November 1978.

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1978 World Rowing Championships New Zealand – stand

1978 World Rowing Championships New Zealand – stand

Photograph made Sunday 5 November 1978.

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Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand – the mayor & the CEO

Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand

Alan Livingston & Tom Mayo

Two instantly recognisable profiles. Waipa District Mayor Alan Livingston and Tom Mayo CEO of the 2010 World Rowing Championships chat in the doorway of Cambridge Town Hall this afternoon Sunday the 17th of October 2010. Beyond Cambridge Town Hall piazza, the cenotaph, Jubilee Gardens and Cambridge CBD. Thirteen days to go!