Thursday, 2 May 2013

Boat one floated on day two of the May ETT CTC

Nice work ETT'ers! We have already floated our first boat into the points rankings for the ETT 5555 metres.
For those newer team mates who are wondering what 'floating a boat' means here are the basic rules of the Cross Team Challenge:

During the month, team members post times or distances for that month's challenge, and these are used to compile 'boats' for each team. 
A boat is made up of 5 seats. 3 open seats, a lightweight seat (male or female) and a female seat (heavy or lightweight). 
At the end of the month, the qualifying boats are given a point score based upon the number of complete boats that month. If there are 20 boats, the top ranked boat gets 20 points, down to the last boat that gets 1 point. 

4
1 pt
Empty the Tanks I23:01.9
Bouke Dieleman (H) 20.46.8
Norman Haas (H) 21:45.6
Rob Drury (L) 21:54.0
Paul Merhib (L) 25:38.1
Caroline Joynson (F) 25:05.0

13Empty the Tanks II25:40.9
Mark Kaehler (H) 25:40.9 

1 comment:

  1. We need two female rowers to float boats 2 and 3.

    This challenge has got me rowing decent distances again, a good choice for me, so thanks to the team for choosing it.

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