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Rowing Related: 1 day 6 hours ago

This week's video features the GB U23 men's rowing team, led by Olympic champ and Cambridge head coach Steve Trapmore, training in preparation for Varese, where they finished sixth overall in a tightly packed final. Despite a slow start, the GB crew battled their way to a fourth-place position...

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Rowing Related: 1 day 7 hours ago

The 2014 World Rowing Under 23 Championships, as usual, showcased the 'next generation' of senior level greats, but perhaps more so this year than last. Why? The Kiwi women's pair absolutely dominated their race, setting the only world best time of the regatta in Varese, and look like they're...

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British Rowing: 1 day 17 hours ago

On the 10th of August 2014 a combined Zambian/UK team will row the length of Lake Kariba, the world’s largest man-made lake, and along the Lower Zambezi. The 250km-long lake contains crocodiles and hippos, and weather conditions on the lake are often similar to the sea. The team will row non-stop through the day and night under the light of a full “Supermoon”, dodging crocs, hippos and forests of dead trees before finishing at Siavonga. They will then row from Kariba to Luangwa Boma through the Lower Zambezi game reserve, covering 500km in total in seven days.  

British Rowing: 2 days 13 hours ago

Over the past few years, a sizeable group of leisure rowers - formed under the stewardship of club stalwart John Sparrow and "mum-turned-rower-turned-coach" Hilary Howe - has developed at York City RC. This merry band is serious about its rowing, but also serious about having fun, being sociable and frequenting the local coffee shop, 'The Perky Peacock', for coffee and cake after their outings – habitually on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and Weekend afternoons.

British Rowing: 3 days 12 hours ago

Have you joined the County Sports Partnership coaching network yet? The CSP network is completely free, and offers new and experienced coaches an opportunity to connect and share information with their local coaching community. To find out more about your local CSP network, and how it can help you grow and develop as a coach, visit www.britishrowing.org/education-training/csp-coaching-network.

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