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10:00am Tuesday 27th August 2013 in Sport
Oxford's Andy Triggs Hodge said there was more to come after Great Britain’s men’s eight reached Sunday’s World Championship final in Chungju, South Korea.
Triggs Hodge, whose crew, stroked by Henley’s Will Satch, beat USA to win their heat in 5mins 32.77secs, tweeted: “Positive numbers, but just a heat. We’ll deliver more.”
Wheatley’s Fran Houghton and Vicky Meyer-Laker won their heat to reach the women’s double sculls semi-finals.
In the men’s event, Leander Club, Henley’s Matt Langridge and Bill Lucas beat favourites New Zealand to progress.
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