But this from the BBC had me worried.
"Their crew will be almost a kilo per rower lighter than that of Cambridge on Saturday as they race an hour earlier than the men"I'm presuming that Cambridge are less affected by the relativistic effects of the speed they're travelling at? Otherwise how could their respective weights be so drastically affected by the time dimension?
Ah me. As Peter Cook would say, you shouldn't say two things together like that. It could confuse a stupid person.