Sean Caseyqualified for tomorrow’s semi-finals at the World Cup in Lucerne. The bigKerryman finished fourth in his heat, but took the second qualification placein his repechage, behind Warren Anderson of the United States. Neither of thewomen’s lightweight double sculls made the cut.
World Cup, Lucerne (Irish interest) Men, Single Scull Heat Two (First to Semi-Final A/B; rest to Repechage): 1 Belgium (T Maeyens) 7:29.93, 4 Ireland (S Casey) 7:44.98. Repechage One (First Two to Semi-Final): 1 United States (W Anderson) 7:28.66, 2 Ireland (Casey) 7:31.61; 3 Finland 7:42.09, 4 France 7:47.92. Women, Lightweight Double Scull Heats (First Two to Semi-Final A/B) Heat One: 1 Britain (H Goodsell, S Hosking) 7:25.19, 2 Greece (T Kalampoka, C Giazitzidou) 7:26.98; 6 Ireland One (H Campbell, O Hayes) 7:43.42. Heat Three: 1 Canada (L Jennerich, S Preston) 7:27.20, 2 Poland (M Kemnitz, A Renc) 7:30.33; 4 Ireland Two (D Kelly, S Clavin) 7:47.51. Repechages (First Three to Semi-Finals; rest to C Final): Repechage One: 1 Austria 7:43.59, 2 Netherlands 7:45.69, 3 United States 7:47.42; 4 Ireland One 7:54.09, 5 Sweden Two 8:03.82. Repechage Two: 1 Switzerland 7:44.97, 2 Hungary 7:46.27, 3 Sweden One 7:46.39; 4 Ireland Two 7:59.14, 5 Korea 8:03.95.
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