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IRA Championships 2018

June 1-3, Lake Mercer - Princeton, NJ The Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships is the US collegiate national championships for heavyweight men and lightweight men and women.

T he men’s US collegiate rowing season all boils down to one thing – the Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships (IRAs). Alternating annually between the East and West Coasts, it was held this year on Lake Mercer, New Jersey in June.

In the blue riband, men’s heavyweight varsity eights, things looked set for yet another Cal vs. Washington showdown. Last year’s IRA winners Yale were the fastest crew of the East Coast contenders, but Charlie Elwes – Yale’s strongest oarsman – had missed much of the season due to injury.

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