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It's a Canadian sweep in the singles

Malcolm Howard (left) rows under the Eliot Bridge and past Kevin Light on his way to his single's title. Malcolm Howard (left) rows under the Eliot Bridge and past Kevin Light on his way to his single's title. (GEORGE RIZER/GLOBE STAFF)
By John Powers
Globe Staff / October 21, 2007

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He'd lost the leader in the upstream sun. Malcolm Howard knew that Mahe Drysdale, the three-time world champion, was somewhere between him and the finish line. The only question was how fast the New Zealander was moving and whether Howard could beat the clock before Drysdale did. (Full article: 658 words)

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