Day 4 Results at the 2017 World Rowing Championships
By USRowing Staff • September 28, 2017
More US athletes advance on Wednesday, the fourth day of racing at the 2017 World Rowing Championships at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, FL. Crews included –
- Lightweight men’s single sculler Nick Trojan grabbed the third and final qualifying position to continue on to the A/B Semifinals.
- An adjustment to PR1 men’s single sculler Blake Haxton’s pontoons before today’s race helped him row solidly ahead of the field to win his rep and advance to Friday’s semifinal.
- US women’s 4- of Kendall Chase, Erin Reelick, Kristine O’Brien, and Molly Bruggeman missed advancing directly to finals on Monday, but lead the whole way in the rep and will race in the A finals on Saturday.
- Like the women’s four, men’s double scullers Ben Davison and John Graves didn’t waste the chance, taking the lead from the start and holding off charges from Canada and The Netherlands to advance to the A finals.
- Single sculler Felice Mueller was disappointed in her opening race missing out of advancing directly into the semifinal but Wednesday was a different story with Mueller getting out from the start and staying there.
- Men’s single sculler Michael Clougher finished fifth in his quarterfinal and will race in the C/D semifinals on Thursday.
For more information on Wednesday’s results, visit Row2K.com.
Results for Day 4 racing can be found at WorldRowing.com.