crew workforce’s first regatta in 392 days
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Florida Tech males’s rowing workforce acquired its first style of motion as they welcomed Jacksonville on a windy Saturday morning at Canal 54.
It was the crew workforce’s first regatta in 392 days and included two units of races between the Varsity 8 and Varsity 4 boats.
Jacksonville’s V1 gained the Varsity 8 race wire-to-wire ending the two,000 meters in 6:34.40. Tech’s V1 boat positioned second with a time of 6:40.5 whereas JU’s V2 ended third within the race at 7:11.8.
The Dolphins claimed the Varsity 4 matchup as nicely, crossing the end line at 7:58.1. The Panthers led the race via the primary 500 meters however had been unable to stick with JU the remainder of the way in which and completed second with a time of 8:14.4.
Florida Tech is again in motion subsequent Saturday, April 10, in Deland, Florida the place the Panthers will sq. off with Embry-Riddle and Stetson on the Hatters’ Sandra Stetson Aquatic Middle.
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