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Women's Single Sculls

1. Czech Republic

2. United States of America

3. PR China (Bronze)

4. Belarus (Gold)

5. Bulgaria (Silver)

6. Poland

Men's Single Sculls

1. Belgium

2. Norway (Bronze)

3. Sweden

4. Czech Republic (Silver)

5. Great Britain

6. New Zealand (Gold)

Women's Pairs

1. Great Britain

2. New Zealand

3. Romania

4. Belarus (Bronze)

5. China (Gold)

6. Germany

Men's Pair

1. South Africa

2. New Zealand (Silver)

3. Canada (Bronze)

4. Australia (Gold)

5. United States

6. Germany

Women's Double Sculls

1. Germany (Bronze)

2. Great Britain

3. New Zealand (Silver)

4. China (Gold)

5. United States

6. Czech Republic

Men's Double Sculls

1. Great Britain

2. Estonia

3. Australia

4. France (Bronze)

5. Slovenia (Silver)

6. New Zealand (Gold)

Men's Fours

1. France

2. Australia (Silver)

3. Slovenia

4. Great Britain

5. Czech Republic

6. Germany

Women's Lightweight Double Sculls

1. Greece

2. China (Gold)

3. Netherlands (Bronze)

4. Canada

5. Finland

6. Germany

Women's Quadruple Sculls

1. Australia

2. Germany (Bronze)

3. Great Britain (Silver)

4. China (Gold)

5. United States

6. Bronze

Women's Eights

1. Great Britain

2. Canada (Bronze)

3. United States of America (Silver)

4. Romania (Gold)

5. Netherlands

6. Australia

Men's Eights

1. Netherlands

2. United States of America (Silver)

3. Canada (Gold)

4. Great Britain (Bronze)

5. Australia

6. Poland

The medals in brackets are SI predictions

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Men's Lightweight Double Sculls

1. Cuba

2. Italy

3. Great Britain (Gold)

4. Greece

5. Denmark (Silver)

6. China

Canada is having a great regatta, 8 boats, 5 finals (also in men's lightweight fours) and good shots at medals in each event. So things are looking up this weekend.

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Men's Lightweight Fours

1. Great Britain

2. Canada

3. Denmark (Silver)

4. Poland

5. France (Bronze)

6. Netherlands

Men's Quadruple Sculls

1. France

2. United States of America

3. Poland

4. Italy

5. Australia

6. Germany (Bronze)

Boats in Final

10 - Great Britain

7 - USA, Australia, Germany

6 - China

5 - Canada, New Zealand

GB has done fantastic, though some medals will be hard to come by.

Canada has a good chance going 5 for 5 in medals, having won 4 of the 5 races that got them into the final and their stroke rate went way down in the last 500meters.

Anyways my predictions for the Canadian finals

Men's Lightweight Fours

Gold - Great Britain

Silver - Canada

Bronze - France

Women's Lightweight Double Sculls

Gold - Canada

Silver - Germany

Bronze - China

Men's Pairs

Gold - Australia

Silver - Canada

Bronze - New Zealand

Men's 8's

Gold - Great Britain

Silver - Canada

Bronze - United States of America

Women's 8's

Gold - United States of America

Silver - Romania

Bronze - Canada

We need all five medals. It would be amazing if my predictions would be right (and I know stu, arwebb, lee and beth would enjoy my predictions)

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good luck canada! I hope new zealand get 5 medals in our five finals but I will be happy with four

Yea, Canada and New Zealand are in the same boat, no medals and rowing is our first great chance.

I hope my predictions are right and in truth Canada has a legitimate shot at Gold in all but the women's 8s. The prefect result would be 3 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze, but even if they are all bronze it still would be great.

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Yea, Canada and New Zealand are in the same boat, no medals and rowing is our first great chance.

I hope my predictions are right and in truth Canada has a legitimate shot at Gold in all but the women's 8s. The prefect result would be 3 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze, but even if they are all bronze it still would be great.

is your country at least pumping its money into winter athletes to make sure you don't get shut out of the golds three times in a row on home turf?

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is your country at least pumping its money into winter athletes to make sure you don't get shut out of the golds three times in a row on home turf?

Yea, we've been spending about 50million a year since 2002/2003 and have just surpassed the US as having the 2nd most world cup/world championship medals in a season.

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Men's Coxless Pairs

Gold - Australia

Silver - Canada

Bronze - New Zealand

Watching the Norwegian medal ceremony was pretty deja vu, Beijing has the same set up as Athens did in many areas, just bigger.

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