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See : Prize glory on the rowing lake at Eton Dorney today as three crews head into final action - including rowers from Wrexham.
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The world bronze medallists finished the World Cup series with a victory in Munich and they have produced two confident wins so far.
The British women's eight, including Wrexham's Vicky Thornley, have been struggling to find the form that took them to bronze at last year's World Championships but they will be hoping to produce something special in their final.
Sam Townsend and Bill Lucas begin today's finals programme in the men's double sculls.
Meanwhile, Tom James, also from Wrexham, goes in the men's four semi-final ahead of Saturday's final.