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Appreciation for Rowperfect Tideway Steering

I coxed our masters F 8+ at the Vesta Head, and thoroughly enjoyed it, in lovely conditions. Each … read more

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I coxed our masters F 8+ at the Vesta Head, and thoroughly enjoyed it, in lovely conditions. Each time I cox the Tideway I remind myself on the best course and the rules and regulations, slightly difficult when the course is reversed.

Probably because I’m old (69) and conditioned to do these things. I found your emails about the Tideway steering very useful. I am appalled by the start marshalling of many coxswains at these events, it is almost as if brains and an ability to count are left on the river bank.

I encountered no problems when racing, but returning to our boating area, again the coxing and safety of the boats leaves a lot to be desired.

Susan Mobbs Maidstone Invicta RC.

We interviewed Tim Edsell of Cox’n School on RowingChat and he says he can tell a coxswain’s skill by their ability to handle and control the boat.

Your observations are instructional and timely.

Thanks

Rowperfect UK

About Rebecca Caroe
Rebecca is the host of RowingChat podcast and is a masters athlete and coach. Passionate about helping others enjoy the sport as much as she does. View all posts from Rebecca Caroe

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