Harvard and Yale “agree to disagree,” leaving outcome of their 151st crew race forever in limbo

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Harvard and Yale have probably accounted for more scholars, diplomats, politicians, medical and legal practitioners, industry and business leaders, scientists, researchers and other brilliant minds than any two universities in the country, maybe even in the world. That makes it all the more remarkable that an elite committee composed of representatives from each of those esteemed educational institutions could not agree on a relatively simple thing – the outcome of their 151st annual (with a few exceptions) crew race on Sunday, June 12, 2016, on the Thames River in New London.

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