Dragon boating 1:04:36 
Race day in Harrison! Had to get up at 4:45am to make it there by 7:15am. Once we got there, it was super windy and they postponed the races while they considered whether to cancel them, wait it out, or switch some of the 500ms to 200ms. We ended up doing 2 200ms, and 2 500ms instead of 1 200m and 3 500m. The switch helped my team out since we're better at 200ms.
I'm glad we had an experienced steersperson, since another boat capsized and it took them 20 minutes to rescue them.
Race 1 (200m): 55.920 (3rd place in heat of 5)
Race 2( 200m): 55.556 (1st place in heat of 5)
Race 3( 500m): 2:24.022 (2nd place in heat of 5) - this was good enough to sneak into the competitive division final, which is the highest one! This is over 20 seconds faster than our worse race at Harrison and over 8 seconds faster than our best.
Race 3 (500m): 2:32:2.66 (3rd place in heat of 6; everyone's times were slower)
We ended up 3rd out of 26 women's teams and got a bronze medal. Everyone on our team was very, very excited. It was nice to achieve this together as a team after working hard for the year, especially when our Concord was pretty disastrous. Our races were generally quite good, except for us having an unsustainable stroke rate in our third race. Pretty beat after this day though as we were at the regatta for over 12 hours, plus 4 hours of driving. Dragon boating is a bit funny in how much time it takes to do approximately 7 minutes of racing.