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Wicklow Rowing Club Gets Mercedes-Benz Support for World Coastal Rowing Championships in Portugal

15th September 2021
The Wicklow Rowing Club has support of the Mercedes-Benz organisation in Ireland towards its participation at the World Rowing Coastal Championships which take place in Portugal next month. Pictured at the announcement was Mercedes-Benz Chief Executive, Paddy Finnegan (second left) with team members Marc Nichols, Shay Dunne, Andrew Breen, Chris Dunne and Peter Doyle.
The Wicklow Rowing Club has support of the Mercedes-Benz organisation in Ireland towards its participation at the World Rowing Coastal Championships which take place in Portugal next month. Pictured at the announcement was Mercedes-Benz Chief Executive, Paddy Finnegan (second left) with team members Marc Nichols, Shay Dunne, Andrew Breen, Chris Dunne and Peter Doyle

The Wicklow Rowing Club has will be supported by the Mercedes-Benz organisation in Ireland towards its participation at the World Coastal Rowing Championships which take place in Oeiras, Portugal next month.

Recognising the important role that the Club will have in being a standard-bearer for Ireland at the event, its Chief Executive, Paddy Finnegan extended the best wishes of the Mercedes-Benz organisation to the club.

Over the years, Mercedes-Benz has given its support to a number of water sport activities, most notably in its sponsorship of Ireland’s Olympic medal-winning sailor, Annalise Murphy in her preparations for the Rio and Tokyo Olympic Games and also Howth Laser ace Aoife Hopkins and prior to that Round the World sailor Enda O'Coineen in his Irish debut in the Vendee Globe Race.

Published in Coastal Rowing
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