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Last night in London the men’s Black Sticks hockey side were beaten 2-0 by Korea.
At the rowing, women's double sculls Fiona Paterson and Anna Reymer finished second in their heat, earning a spot in the finals. The men's four, including Massey’s Chris Harris and Sean O'Neill finished fourth in their heat and will head to the repechage. The men's quadruple sculls, featuring Michael Arms and John Storey, won its repechage earning a spot in the semi finals. However, there was heartbreak for the women's quad, which includes Massey’s Fiona Bourke and Sarah Gray, with equipment failure at the 1500m mark in the repechage meaning they missed out on a spot in the final.
Tonight lightweight double sculls Julia Edward and Louise Ayling and the men’s four including Sean O'Neill and Chris Harris will compete in last-chance repechage races.
In the pool Glenn Snyders will race in the 200m breaststroke heats, while Matthew Stanley is part of the men’s 4x200m freestyle relay team.
The women’s Black Sticks hockey team takes on South Africa.
Board sailor John-Paul Tobin will also begin racing this evening.