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Friday, 24 July 2015
The under-23 women's K4 had the best result in the final race of the day at the Montemor-o-vehlo course, with Briar McLeely, Danielle Currie, Kim Thompson and Rebecca Cole finishing second in their K4 500m semifinal and qualifying for tomorrow night's A final.Their time of 1min 39.840secs was less than 2secs behind the Polish team and just 0.024 in front of the Danish boat, who also qualified."We had a good start in our semi but the Belarus, Russian and Danish crews were sticking right with us," Cole said. "I was proud of how the girls held it together and finished strongly and we're stoked to make the A final this weekend."
The junior (under-18) women's combination of Courtney Hoskin, Shani Clark, Elise Legarth and Britney Ford finished seventh in a fast K4 500m semifinal. They clocked 1:50.856, with less than 5secs separating them from the six teams in front of them, good enough to make tomorrow's B final.
Wanganui's Toby Brooke also made a B final, after finishing sixth in the semifinal of the K1 junior 1000m in 4:00.420, while Mana's Kurtis Imrie reached the C final of the under-23 K1 1000m.
Imrie finished fifth in the junior K1 1000m A final last year, New Zealand's best result, and potentially has another four years in the under-23 ranks after turning 19 earlier this year. He was just 0.356secs off making the B final, after finishing fifth in his semifinal in 3:51.536.New Zealand's junior men's K2 of Thomas Cole and Alex Bristow found the pace too hot in their heat, missing the semifinal, while the under-23 K2 of Max Brown and Aiden Nossiter qualified for the semifinals and finished eighth, putting them out of the finals.
Tonight's schedule is another full one for the 18-strong New Zealand team, with 15 paddlers in action. The under-18 men's K4 1000m is first up, followed by women's K1 and K2 500m heats, before the 200m sprints get underway in the afternoon.
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