Plain Bob Doubles

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lizrayner
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191510
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Plain Bob Doubles
Updated:
2013-01-06 11:58:14
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Bellringing Bob Doubles EACR
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  1. You pass the treble in 3 -4 on the way up to the back.  What is your next piece of work?
    make long-fifths (starting with a backstroke)
  2. The treble takes you off the lead.  What is you next piece of work?
    Make seconds and lead again.
  3. You pass the treble in 2-3 on the way up to the back.  What is your next piece of work?
    Dodge 3-4 up
  4. You pass the treble in 4-5 on your way up to the back.  What is your next piece of work?
    Dodge 3-4 down.
  5. What is 2nds place bell?
    • Lead, hunt out to the back then dodge 3-4 down and become 4ths place bell.
  6. What is 4ths place bell?
    • Hunt down to the lead and then out to the back, start making four blows in fifths, becoming 5ths place bell at the third blow.
  7. What is 5ths place bell?
    • Lie one more blow in fifths place to complete long-fifths.  Then hunt down to the front and lead followed by dodging 3-4 up to become 3rds place bell.
  8. What is 3rds place bell?
    • Hunt out to the back, lie, then down to the front, lead and then make seconds to become 2nds place bell.
  9. You are leading when a bob is called.  What do you do?
    Run out (i.e. hunt straight out to the back).  Make seconds next time.
  10. You are in fourth place when a bob is called.  What do you do?
    Run in (i.e. hunt straight down to the front).  Dodge 3-4 down next time.
  11. You are in thirds place over the treble when a bob is called. What do you do?
    Make the bob (i.e. make fourths and go back to the lead).  Make long-fifths next time.
  12. When are the calls made in Bob Doubles?
    When the treble is in seconds place going down to the lead.  This is a backstroke.

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