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English: The Mile Post is a stone obelisk forming a memorial to rowing coach Steve Fairbairn, founder of the Head of the River Race. Exactly one mile from The Boat Race start, it is a traditional timing point. It was erected by members of Jesus College Boat Club (Cambridge), Thames Rowing Club and London Rowing Club and is precisely a mile from the Putney stone marking the end of the course. en:Category:Images of the Boat Race
Date 14 April 2008 (original upload date)
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