Daily Aficionada – the Diamond Challenge Sculls – 2nd of 14

The Diamond Challenge Sculls is a rowing event for men’s single sculls at the annual Henley Royal Regatta on the River Thames at Henley-on-Thames in England. First run in 1844, it is open to male scullers from all eligible rowing clubs.  The Diamond Challenge Sculls, the Wingfield Sculls and the London Cup in the Metropolitan Regatta make up the “Triple Crown” of the three premier single sculling events in the United Kingdom. There were 14 races last July 2019. Here is #2. Umpire is Sir Matthew Pinsent!


THURSDAY………June 11th, 2020….. Time:..5:33 am EDT
Feels like 71°F (High 87)…..RAIN…….Humidity 100% …..Wind 8 mph S (rising to 12 mph at 10am)
Water temperature 73.0°F;  ……Water plus air temperature = 144.0°F;
Precipitation :  65%   @ 7am
06:31 AM    3.9 feet  High Tide
11:04 AM   Moonset, 67.9% visible, Waning Gibbous
01:10 PM    0.4 feet  Low Tide
07:15 PM    3.5 feet  High Tide
08:31 PM   Sunset
06:00 AM  Flood   0.8 knots
08:30 AM  Slack
12:30 PM   Ebb    -1.0 knots
03:24 PM   Slack
07:00 PM   Flood   1.0 knots
09:36 PM   Slack
[Ebb current is when the water flows towards the south (Poughkeepsie).  Flood current is when the tide flows towards the north (Albany).  Slack is the period in between when the water is still (not flowing north or south).]
NOTE:  This information is manually compiled from different websites.  If you see a mistake, please let us know.
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