Racing is complete: Yale won the I Eight Grand Final. Photo below, after end of that race.
Division I Championship to be decided in the I Eight Grand Final. (JAMCO Blog updated at 11:11 AM)
At 9:39, it is sunny with a slight cross-head wind from lanes 1 to 6. For the final two I Eights races, the wind was calm.
JAMCO Blog, Pathways to the Division I Title, updated through Saturday races.
Click on the race number to see the live results and split times. Event list in chronological order.
|Division I||I Eights||Heat 1||01|
|Division I||I Eights||Heat 2||02|
|Division I||I Eights||Heat 3||03|
|Division I||I Eights||Repechage||14|
|Division I||I Eights||Semi-Final 1||17|
|Division I||I Eights||Semi-Final 2||18|
|Division I||I Eights||Third Final (places 13-16)||35|
|Division I||I Eights||Petite Final (places 7-12)||36|
|Division I||I Eights||Grand Final (places 1-6)||37|
|Division I||II Eights||Heat 1||09|
|Division I||II Eights||Heat 2||10|
|Division I||II Eights||Repechage 1||19|
|Division I||II Eights||Repechage 2||20|
|Division I||II Eights||Petite Final (places 7-12)||33|
|Division I||II Eights||Grand Final (places 1-6)||34|
|Division I||Fours||Heat 1||12|
|Division I||Fours||Heat 2||13|
|Division I||Fours||Repechage 1||21|
|Division I||Fours||Repechage 2||22|
|Division I||Fours||Petite Final (places 7-12)||31|
|Division I||Fours||Grand Final (places 1-6)||32|
|Division II||Eights||Heat 1||07|
|Division II||Eights||Heat 2||08|
|Division II||Eights||Petite Final (places 5-6)||29|
|Division II||Eights||Grand Final (places 1-4)||30|
|Division II||Fours||Heat 1||11|
|Division II||Fours||Grand Final (places 1-3)||28|
|Division III||Eights||Heat 1||04|
|Division III||Eights||Heat 2||05|
|Division III||Eights||Heat 3||06|
|Division III||Eights||Petite Qualifier||15|
|Division III||Eights||Grand Qualifier||16|
|Division III||Eights||Third Final||25|
|Division III||Eights||Petite Final||26|
|Division III||Eights||Grand Final||27|
The Friday races are over and we have summarized today's progressions below. Temperatures are still more than 25 degrees cooler than at the Pac-10 championships held here two weeks ago.
The following crews advanced to the semi-finals to be rowed Saturday. In the first semi-final are, in lane order: Yale, Cal, Stanford, Harvard, Princeton, and Washington State. In the second semifinal are, in lane order: Brown, Michigan State, Virginia, Washington, USC, and U of Michigan. The remaining crews will race in the third final on Sunday.
Brown and Ohio State advanced to the Grand Final on Sunday. The rest will row in the two repechages on Saturday.
University of Virginia and University of Washington advanced to the Grand Final on Sunday. The rest will row in the two repechage races on Saturday.
UC San Diego and Western Washington advanced to the Grand Final on Sunday. The rest will race in a repechage on Saturday.
Western Washington advanced to the Grand Final on Sunday. The rest will race in a repechage on Saturday.
Coast Guard 1, Ithaca 1, Puget Sound 1, Trinity 1, Williams 1 and Williams 2 advanced to the Grand Final to be held Saturday.
Lake Natoma is located in the metropolitan Sacramento area [ Google Maps ], near the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains. It is fed by the snow melt by the American River and is a year-round, multi-use recreational area.
The race course is a world-class facility for rowing, kayaking, canoeing, and other water sports. The facility is run by the Sacramento State Aquatic Center and the California State Parks and Recreation.
Unofficial Times — JAMCO takes its own finishing times and those are the first finishing times to appear on JAMCO's real time race result pages. Those pages are marked "unofficial" because the Regatta Committee is also taking finishing times, and its times are the "official" times. The Regatta Committee provides JAMCO with its "official" times after the races are over, and JAMCO then enters the "official" times on its reports. Therefore, there may be a considerable delay in replacing the "unofficial" times with "official" times, but the order of finish should not change."
Color Coding — Real time movements by crews during each 500 meter interval are highlighted by different colors. Gold (yellow) crews are closing on the leader in the current 500. Silver (light blue) crews are closing on the second place crew, but falling further behind the leader. Bronze (orange) crews are closing on the third place crew, but falling further behind the leader and the second place crews. White crews are falling further behind all three leading crews. Quite often, when a crew turns gold, it takes the lead in the next 500.
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On Friday, the following people were on the course bringing you live results: Annette, Dani, Izzy, Megan, Sherry, and Tim. On Saturday, we were these volunteers: Cheryl, Debra, Kim, Pete, and Tim. On Sunday, we were assisted by: Darren, Jennifer, Megan, Tanya and Tim.
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