1st NSW - Bow: Stuart Welch, 2: Nick Baxter, 3: James Chapman, 4: Tom Laurich, 5: Robert
Jahrling, 6: Geoff Stewart, 7: James Stewart, Str: Stephen Stewart, Cox: Marty Rabjohns, Cch: Tim McLaren
2nd VIC - Bow: Paul Myers, 2: Nicholas Phelps, 3: Karsten Forsterling, 4: Cam McKenzie-McHarg, 5: Michael McKay, 6: James Tomkins, 7: Drew Ginn, Str: Lachlan McPherson, Cox: Marc Douez, Cch: Chris O'Brien
3rd QLD - Bow: David Galley, 2: Craig Dorrstein, 3: James Burton, 4: Shaun Coulton, 5: Sam Conrad, 6: Hardy Cubasch, 7: Bo Hansen, Str: Ben McGeachie, Cox: Michael Toon,
4th WA - Bow: Glen Loftus, 2: Steve Fletcher, 3: Jeremy Stevenson, 4: Ben Cureton, 5: David McGowan, 6: David Dennis, 7: Stefan Szczurowski, Str: Stuart Reside, Cox: Kenny Chan, Cchs: Antonio Maurogiovanni & Robert Hannon
5th ACT - Bow: Charles Lundy, 2: Nick Kriewaldt, 3: Henry Gundry, 4: Nigel Collins, 5: Ian Mongan, 6: Craig Jones, 7: Mitchell Punch, Str: Ben Southwell, Cox: Camilla Mather, Cch: Gordon Marcks
6th SA - Bow: Timothy Hennessey, 2: Tom Guthrie, 3: James Baillie, 4: Tim Donaldson, 5: Alex Silz, 6: Trent Collins, 7: Greg Taylor, Cox: Tim Dunstone, Cch: Rod Ellaway
Despite Victoria keeping them honest throughout the race, NSW led throughout the race to won by under a length. Queensland were in the race over the last 500 metres but could match the the first two crews. This was the first win for NSW in 20 years and the largest gap between wins for NSW in the history of this race.
1st QLD - Duncan Free, Cch: Reg Free
2nd NSW - Peter Hardcastle, Cch: Nick Garrett
3rd VIC - David Crawshay, Cchs: Reinhold Batschi & Noel Donaldson
4th ACT - Craig Jones, Cch: Reinhold Batschi
5th TAS - Brendan Long, Cch: Sam LeCompte
6th SA - Trent Collins, Cch: Adrian David
7th WA - David Kelly, Cch: Antonio Maurogiovanni
Free led all the way to again take the President's Cup. However Hardcastle fought well the whole way down the course making Free work very hard to take the honours.
1st TAS - Bow: Simon Burgess, 2: Sam Beltz, 3: Cameron Wurf, Str: Tom Gibson, Cch: John
2ndVIC - Bow: Anthony Edwards, 2: George Jelbart, 3: Josh Fahy, Str: Tim Smith, Cch: John Cumper
3rd WA - Bow: Ross Brown, 2: Tom Nicholls, 3: Ben Cureton, Str: Glen Loftus, Cchs: Antonio Maurogiovanni & Robert Hannon
4th NSW - Bow: James Willmott, 2: Andrew Black, 3: Robert Mitchell, Str: Tim O'Callaghan, Cch: Nick Garrett
5th QLD - Bow: Michael Dobrovic, 2: Tom Varendorff, 3: Michael McBryde, Str: Haimish Karrasch
6th ACT - Bow: Dan Coombes, 2: Chris Ritchie, 3: James Crouch, Str: Mack Wilcox, Cch: Gordon Marcks
An all the way win to Tasmania who stretched their lead evenly throughout the race to win by 2.36 seconds. There was a fierce battle for the second place between Victoria and Western Australia which was a highlight of the race.
1st QLD - Bow: Jackson Price, 2: Kade Greenland, 3: Ben Groeneveld, 4: Sam Renton, 5:
Ben Farrell, 6: Gareth Salkield, 7: Eugene Arendsen, Str: David Houston, Cox: Jirik Haselgrove, Cch: Joe
2nd VIC - Bow: Lachlan McKenzie, 2: Tom Paton, 3: Tim Linke, 4: Marcus Forsterling, 5: Nicholas Mitchell, 6: Steve Rowley, 7: Mick Moran, Str: David Crittenden, Cox: Tim Deverson, Cchs: Blair Hasforth & Noel Donaldson
3rd WA - Bow: Cade Zulsdorf, 2: Jeremy Ellis, 3: Perrin Franks, 4: John Polinelli, 5: David Halvorsen, 6: James Getti, 7: David Kelly, Str: Todd Skipworth, Cox: Zoe Smith, Cchs: Rhett Ayliffe & David Milne
4th NSW - Bow: Chad Palmer, 2: James Harding, 3: George Lazarou, 4: Aaron Barnett, 5: Rupert Sheriden, 6: Matt Ryan, 7: Ian Allsop, Str: Alex Carey, Cox: Robbie Williams, Cch: Andrew Randell
5th TAS - Bow: Dane Williams, 2: Alex Farmer, 3: Anthony Males, 4: Matthew Wyton, 5: Chaise Strickland, 6: William Breier, 7: Blair Tunevitch, Str: Luke Ellis, Cox: Samantha Youl, Cch: Robert Williams
6th SA - Bow: James Browne, 2: Tom Ellison, 3: Ben Newberry, 4: Brad Spiel, 5: James McRae, 6: Mitch Oliver, 7: Nick Blanch, Str: Matthew Bolt, Cox: Nick Guilianetti, Cch: Zoltan Shepherd
7th ACT - Bow: Will Bateman, 2: Ben Cook, 3: Ben Davis, 4: David Hawke, 5: David Halpin, 6: Joe Power, 7: Fergus Pragnell, Str: Rob Roper, Cox: Tristan Dakin, Cch: Tony Green
The Victorians were the best starting crew leading narrowly from Queensland after 500 metres. The Queenslanders then stepped up the pace and with a quicker second 500 metres than their first, taking the lead by 1.18 seconds by the half way mark. The Victorians held on but could not catch the Queenslanders over the rest of the race.
1st NSW - Bow: Julia Wilson, 2: Kristina Larsen, 3: Jodi Winter, 4:Kirsten Winkley, 5: Alex
Doyle, 6: Monique Heinke, 7: Victoria Roberts, Str: Kyeema Doyle, Cox: Jo Burnand
2nd WA - Bow: Natalie Bale, 2: Annika Naughton, 3: Jess Harker, 4: Sarah Outhwaite, 5: Sally Robbins, 6: Jo Lutz, 7: Rebecca Sattin, Str: Amber Bradley, Cox: Jessica Anderson, Cch: Jason Lane
3rd VIC - Bow: Catriona Oliver, 2: Emily Martin, 3: Fleur Chew, 4: Sara Richards, 5: Robyn Selby-Smith, 6: Pauline Frasca, 7: Sarah Heard, Str: Kate Hutchison, Cox: Emily Trewartha, Cch: Tom Courtney
4th ACT - Bow: Diana Egerton-Warburton, 2: Clare Lutton, 3: Jessie Foran, 4: Tara Huntley, 5: Sonia Mills, 6: Sarah Cook, 7: Kerry Knowler, Str: Jane Robinson, Cox: Mollie Bain, Cchs: Liz Harley & Dafydd Gwynn-Jones
5th TAS - Bow: Susan Stegman, 2: Claire Shield, 3: Kerry Hore, 4: Sanchia Rodrigues, 5: Rebekah Tunevitsch, 6: Baz Moffat, 7: Rachel Loveridge, Str: Kate Hornsey, Cox: Kat Thomas, Cch: Roger Drummond
The strong NSW crew were favourites and led from the 750 metre mark to comfortably win this race.
1st WA - Amber Bradley, Cch: Lyall McCarthy
2nd ACT - Donna Martin, Cch: Lyall McCarthy
3rd TAS - Dana Faletic, Cch: Sam LeCompte
4th QLD - Megan Everitt, Cch: Phil Morgan
5th NSW - Danielle Jolly
6th SA - Andrea Price, Cch: Adrian David
7th VIC - Rebecca Chisholm, Cchs: Jack Bennett & Tom Courtney
Faletic started well taking a small lead after 500 metres but Bradley fought back well to take a 2.23 second lead by the half way mark. Martin had a great finish starting 9.06 seconds behind Bradley in third place with 500 metres to go and reducing that to 4.11 second by the end. She also displacing Faletic from second place in the process.
1st SA - Bow: Jacqui Bain, 2: Sally Newmarch, 3: Miranda Bennett, Str: Amber Halliday,
Cch: Adrian David
2nd QLD - Bow: Jacque Benson, 2: Honor Conrad, 3: Louise Auld, Str: Marguerite Houston, Cch: Peter Howard
3rd VIC - Bow: Alison Withers, 2: Regina Kennedy, 3: Lauren Zovi, Str: Sally Muir, Cch: David Colvin
4th TAS - Bow: Kirsty Fleming, 2: Molly Hill, 3: Judy Fenner, Str: Jess Wade, Cch: Paul Newbon
5th NSW - Bow: Libby Phelps, 2: Kylie Grant, 3: Melissa Fox, str: Zita van der Walle, Cch: Inna Frolova
The South Australians led the whole way taking most of their lead in the second 500 metres of the race.
1st QLD - Bow: Emma McCarthy, 2: Elizabeth Brown, 3: Natalie Seebeck, 4: Kim Brown, 5:
Laren Steinke, 6: Stephanie Alexander, 7: Tara Kelly, Str: Sally Kehoe, Cox: Cassandra Clements
2nd NSW - Bow: Elsa O'Hanlon, 2: Anna O'Brien, 3: Cassie Rhodes, 4: Verena Stocker, 5: Sarah Murdoch, 6: Tegan Richardson, 7: Alex Doyle, Str: Kaetlyn Gray, Cox: Phoebe Dillon, Cch: Debbie Fox
3rd VIC - Bow: Sarah Lazar, 2: Charlotte O'Loughlin, 3: Jacqui Lowe, 4: Julia Danne, 5: Sarah Forbes, 6: Seton Walsh, 7: Alice King, Str: Emma Bandy, Cox: Lizzie Patrick, Cchs: Cam Muir & Hilary Poole
4th WA - Bow: Sian Flynn, 2: Caitlin Trumble, 3: Libby Alderman, 4: Emily Randles, 5: Felicity Willis, 6: Megan Willis, 7: Jessica Huston, Str: Karoline Hayes, Cox: Victoria Felles, Cchs: Jason Lane & Marc Corser
5th ACT - Bow: Yasmin Burraston, 2: Jenny Bradley, 3: Louise Kilby, 4: Trachel Robertson, 5: Jessie Foran, 6: Clare Lutton, 7: Tara Huntley, Str: Sarah Cook, Cox: Mollie Bain, Cch: Liz Harley
6th SA - Bow: Jemma Ferguson, 2: Mandy Vishnich, 3: Dixie Sachse, 4: Jasmin Meyer, 5: Jessica McRae, 6: Ashlyn Johnson, 7: Annelise Johnson, str: Anna McRae, Cox: Bec Harvey, Cch: Phil Blesing
7th TAS - Bow: Jacqui Street, 2: Samantha Fowler, 3: Gemma Youl, 4: Rachel McDermott, 5: Emma Whyte, 6: Alicia Grieg, 7: Jessica Rafferty, Str: Anne Hebblewhite, Cox: Genny Smith, Cch: Darrell Fowler
The Queenslanders led from the start. After the first 500 metres, they led narrowly from the Victoria with NSW in third place. The Queenslanders then powered away taking a six second gap on the rest of the field by the half way mark. The NSW crew then started their run taking Victoria in the third 500 metres and reducing the margin between first and second to three and a half seconds with 500 metres to go. The NSW crew then took after the Queenslanders finishing only 1.66 seconds behind.