You will also find the domain referred to as the Mighty River Domain.
North Island Rowing Championships 2011 at Lake Karapiro from event 117 (?) – 133 (MPrem 8+) 15th of January 2011
Beyond the Don Rowlands Centre, 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
Saturday 3 July 2010
Don Rowlands Centre OPEN DAY 1pm to 3pm, Lake Karapiro.
Sunday 4 July 2010
Auckland Symphony Youth Orchestra, Cambridge Town Hall.
For more information phone Anne-Marie 09 473-4200.
Cambridge New Zealand – coming up – 18/6/2010
Noted: The Don Rowlands Tower built for the 1978 World Rowing Championships has been demolished. A new tower is being built for the World Rowing Championships 2010.
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Saturday 29 May 2010
Cambridge Lions Club Market Day 10am onwards, Victoria Square.
Saturday 5 June 2010
Maungatautari Mission ‘Multi Sport Endurance event’ 32 km Bike, 15 km Run, 15 km Bike
& 10 km Kayak. For more information and entry details visit theboatshed.net.nz
The annual Fish City Charity Poker Run held by the Cambridge Charities Trust on Lake Karapiro raised some $4500.00 for Canteen Waikato, today, Sunday the 29th of November 2008.
Cambridge Town Cup, A crew comes off the water at the boat park, Lake Karapiro Domain, after their race at the commencement of the Cambridge Town Cup rowing regatta, this morning, Saturday the 24th of January 2009.
This annual event on Lake Karapiro, run by Cambridge Charities Trust, raised some $6000.00 for Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand, today, Sunday the 23rd of November 2008.
Spillway Karapiro Hydro Dam, Waikato River, Waikato, New Zealand.
2:32PM Rob Waddell, Mahé Drysdale and Nathan Cohen on the winners podium at the 2008 North Island Rowing Championships at Lake Karapiro. There is more about the race on rowingnz.com. A full gallery of the North Island Rowing Championships medal winners can be found at http://www.hotshotstogo.co.nz. 5:06PM Winners of the 2008 Keyte Watson held onContinue reading “A sporting Cambridge Sunday”