Category Archives: Data Analysis

Prygl Rowing Camps for rowing technique

Aerial map , rowing camp, Prygl Lake

Are you a Masters rower who wants to boost his technique under the guidance of world class coaches? Are you interested in getting hands-on experience with rowing data analysis tools? Are you looking for a different rowing camp? Are you interested in combining a week of rowing with a city trip to Vienna, Prague, or […]

Crew Watch App

CrewWatch app, rowing app

Crew Watch is an app made by rowers for rowers that aims to solve many of the common struggles associated with coaching rowing. The Crew Watch team is comprised of Matthew Fournier and Patrick McVey, who have both been heavily involved in the Canadian rowing community for the past twelve years, as both athletes and […]

Rowing power compared to split

Rowe.rs logo, Adrian Cassidy, rowing app

Adrian Cassidy from the Rowe.rs app encourages us to adjust how coaches and athletes view rowing data. Data is only useful if you can use it and so we should understand the metrics and their implication for rowing boats. Increasing speed requires power There was an interesting article on the BBC website during the Tour […]

Data in Rowing interview with Rebecca Caroe

Rowing News logo

Alan Oldham is the journalist commissioned to write an article by Rowing News on data in rowing called Data Driven – he approached me to contribute to his article back in April. And myr views didn’t line up with his expectations. Basic Rowing Data Education He was very keen to talk about the leading edge rowing […]

Because the idea is inevitable

Crew rowing logo

Justin Moore on his career switch to CREW by TrueRowing “Why would you do it?” That is the question people keep asking. To step away from a Division 1 Collegiate Head Coach position at Syracuse University, an annual NCAA qualifier, for a startup is most certainly the road less traveled. Our sport is amazing. Rowing […]

What is the Future of Rowing Data?

15 Second Carotid Artery Heart Rate

There are a lot of different rowing data apps around nowadays and we have written about them on the blog in the past. The key to writing a good rowing data app is three things Easy collection of data points Easy interpretation Easy adaptation of your future training There are a very few rowing club […]

Wind Apps to forecast rowing weather

Wind Compass app screenshots

The Masters Rowing International Facebook Group had a great discussion on which are the best wind apps to forecast rowing weather. WindCompass is a super simple app that shows windspeed, gusts, wind direction, hourly & daily weather forecast (temp, chance of precipitation) and sunrise/set. Hi-Def Radar MyRadar WindFinder is my personal favourite – it also has an […]

Data Protection and Rowing Clubs

If your club collects member’s personal information, you need to be aware of this. British Rowing event – should be very helpful. Recommend sharing with your friends. Data Protection and Club Members’ Data British Rowing’s official hosting solutions partner Pulsant, is hosting a special webinar on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) exclusively for British Rowing affiliated clubs […]

ErgSlayer.com Brings Big Data to the Rowing World

ErgSlayer team results page

Nothing drives erg scores down faster than some friendly competition. Combine this insight with data driven analytics and you have Erg Slayer. Head coach of the University of Notre Dame Men’s Rowing Team, Mike Lehmann, developed and launched the website in 2016 with the goal of promoting competition within a team in an organized, efficient […]

Coxmate GPS navigation mode

Coxmate GPS Route Select set up

Hi I want to use the GPS navigation mode to plan a route. I have planned a route using the Create Route function on the Coxmate website and have loaded it onto my GPS as a .cmc file. Switch on my coxmate device, go to the Mode function, see my file listed as Route Select, […]