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Inverness Fours and Small Boats Head of the River

On the 19th and 20th November, ASRA battled through wind, rain and flooding in Aberdeenshire to attend the Inverness Fours and Small Boats Head of the River Races on the Caledonian Canal. ASRA ventured north with a team of 40 athletes across all ages and abilities. With a record entry across the two days at the event ASRA put in an excellent performance across four divisions to win ten medals. Notable performances of the weekend include: Iain Petty and Luke McMorris stormed the short course in their OJ14 2x to win, not only their event, but come 5th overall; Henrik Gunderson came 3rd in Open Novice Singles in a field of 28 entries, while Gabrielle Topp won Women’s Novice Singles in a field of 23; Freya Hughson won Women’s R2 Singles out of an entry of 17 boats; and Murray Bone and Magnus Heidenreich won Open J18 Pairs by an impressive 38 seconds. Full list of winners below:

Saturday Division 1
Short Course
• OJ14 2x - Iain Petty, Luke McMorris
• WNov 2x - Gabrielle Topp, Jemima Aspinall
Long Course
• OJ18 4+ - Harris Pearce, Magnus Heidenreich, Murray Bone, Sam Docherty, coxed by Lily Arthur

Saturday Division 2
Short Course
• WNov 1x - Gabrielle Topp
• OJ14 1x - Iain Petty
Long Course
• WJ18 4+ - Freya Hughson, Penny Irvine, Ella Johnson, Tamara Brew, coxed by Lily A

Sunday Division 1
Short Course
• OJ14 4x+ - Iain Petty, Luke McMorris, Harris Parke, Gavin Pedrog, coxed by Ella Johnson
Long Course
• OJ18 2- - Murray Bone and Magnus Heidenreich
• WR2 1x - Freya Hughson

Sunday Division 2
Long Course
• WJ18 2- - Freya Hughson and Ella Brooks

Aberdeen Head of the River 2023
Aberdeen Head of the River Races

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