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Netherlands: In two-seat, 24-yearold Olympic bronze medallist from the eight Tone Wieten, wins his first Varsity for Nereus. His girlfriend is amongst the swimmers who defy the cold water. For a moment there, the gold medal is pushed to the back of his mind.
Photo: Merijn Soeters

Rowing lifestyle clothing brand Square Blades, embracing the idea that single-use plastic bags are on the way out, have created a couple of super planet-friendly tote bags for rowers. There are two ‘climate neutral’ tote bags on offer, one features a design commissioned by the Scottish artist Graeme Stewart depicting a sculler.

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