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1999 National Collegiate Women's Rowing Championship

May 28-30, 1999
Lake Natoma
Sacramento, California, USA

Last updated: 4:55 pm PDT Sunday

Course Conditions

Friday
In the morning and afternoon, water conditions were flat with a steady quartering headwind from port side, blowing from lane 1 toward lane 6. Wind velocity was 6-7 miles per hour in the morning and about 10 miles per hour in the afternoon.

Saturday
In the morning, there was a straight headwind during the early races changing to a quartering headwind for the Varsity 8+ semi-final heats. Wind velocity 5 - 10 mph, gusting, but the water was still flat for the most part.

Sunday
At 8:50am, winds were mostly 2 miles per hour, gusting to 6 MPH, quartering headwind from the port side, blowing from lane 1 to lane 6. Wind is not a factor in racing.
    At 10:55am, the wind is approximately 5 MPH, a quartering head from the port side. The water is still flat.
    For the Women's Eight final, the wind increased to about 7 MPH, the same quartering headwind from the port side, blowing from lane 1 to lane 6. This was less wind than seen on Friday and Saturday. The water was still flat.

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