Daniel Spring writes at length with his review of last year and predictions for the World Rowing scene this year. Worth a cuppa and 15 minutes of your attention.
Women Athletes Business Network was set up to help transition elite athletes into work and to showcase former elite athletes’ careers. Here’s an example of their work – this is a webcast – a conversation with Claudia Bokel, Olympic medalist and Chair of the International Olympic Committee Athletes’ Commission.. This webcast can now be viewed […]
We have sorted the Decent Rowing videos by content and added many new ones. They are arranged in Chapters by topic and section so that athletes and coaches can find what they are looking for quickly and easily. Please go and have a look, we hope that you like what you see. Here is a […]
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Today we are starting our search for rowing coaches, club administrators, coxswains and athletes who want to give back, to share their expertise with others in the sport. We plan to add your services to our shop where anyone who wants to buy some advice, support, coaching, a training plan or just plain encouragement, can […]
Some days, I question my decision to row. Not my previous experiences, or the likelihood that future conversations will be centred on the effect rowing has had on my life. Simply, my decision to continue to row for this very practice. I’m standing in a beautiful place; a sailing club overlooking a long, windy stretch […]
A newsletter from Valery Kleshnev and the BioRow team on how to compare erg scores by athlete weight.
I got this anecdote from one of those “Famous Universities” who compete in a Boat Race. Walking into Goldie boat house now, any visitor will notice two empty, glass mason jars sitting on the window ledge: one representing Cambridge alongside one representing Oxford. Each training session, a rower receives five marbles to distribute into the […]
Take a look at the Space Saver Oar hanging racks – the best way to free up space inside your rowing club house. They take either sweep or sculling oars and each holds 16 oars. They can be independently taken out (so the back oars can be taken before those racked in front) and the […]