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Duration: 1 hour

Great Britain's rowers look to conclude a successful World Cup season by turning the waters of Lucerne into another golden pond. The British team is in a position to win the overall World Cup title following the first two regattas, a feat they have never previously accomplished. The world champion men's coxless four should be restored in Switzerland following their foray into the eight at the last World Cup meeting in Amsterdam, while the women's challenge is led by Katherine Grainger's quadruple scull. Commentary by Garry Herbert and Dan Topolski.

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Sun 15 Jul 2007 11:30 BBC Two


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