A rowing skiff named Monty Cambridge Rowing Club Judd Lane Maungatautari

Monty Cambridge Rowing Club Judd Lane Maungatautari

Coming off the water at the end of the 2000 metre Lake Karapiro rowing course, Cambridge Rowing Club‘s boat Monty, Lake Karapiro Domain Waikato New Zealand.

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Victoria Square Cambridge New Zealand

Maadi Cup 2015 parade Victoria Square

2015 Maadi Cup week parade participants Victoria Square Cambridge New Zealand. Maadi Cup a.k.a. New Zealand Secondary Schools Rowing Regatta, the largest secondary school sporting event in the southern hemisphere, is held every second (odd number) year at Lake Karapiro, Waikato, New Zealand.

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Boat park Lake Karapiro Domain Waikato River New Zealand

Rowing skiffs boat park Lake Karapiro Domain Waikato New Zealand

Rowing skiffs boat park Judd Lane Lake Karapiro Domain Waikato New Zealand.

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Cambridge New Zealand Olympians London 2012

rowing pair Eric Murray and Hamish Bond greet their home town

London 2012 gold medal winning rowing pair Eric Murray and Hamish Bond greet their home town during the celebratory parade through Cambridge New Zealand CBD today, Friday, the 14th of September 2012.

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Waipa District Council branding Cambridge New Zealand

Cambridge New Zealand Home of Champions

Waipa District Council branded balloons with the tagline Home of Champions, a variation on the slogan Cambridge: The Town of Trees & Champions; itself a conflation of the Cambridge Borough Council The Town of Trees promotional byline used before local body amalgamation saw Cambridge become part of Waipa District in 1989. The balloons are for the welcome home parade for local Olympians who attended the 2008 Beijing Olympics earlier in August. And others.

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Rowing pontoon Lake Karapiro Domain

Morning training. A familiar sight year round on Lake Karapiro on the Waikato River 10km south east of the CBD. Rowing has been a constant on Karapiro Hydro Dam, one of eight on our river, since it was built and commissioned in the 1940s.

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