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Join #RowingChat with Robin Williams – 24th April 2013

Robin Williams- interviewee on RowingChat Robin Williams is the quiet man of British Rowing.  Since leaving the Boat … read more

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Robin Williams- interviewee on RowingChat Robin Williams- interviewee on RowingChat

Robin Williams is the quiet man of British Rowing.  Since leaving the Boat Race programme he’s rarely interviewed but remembered for the technique columns he’s written for the British Regatta and Rowing Magazine.

RowingChat is a regular webinar interview with top rowing coaches and personalities from around the world.  Designed to help you improve your rowing as a coach or athlete, RowingChat allows you to set the agenda, ask the questions and get the insight you want from some of the most experienced participants in our sport.

Questions our guests have already asked Robin Williams:

John: “Are individual athletes now training to the limit of their physiological competences, leaving us to find more extreme specimens to improve on performance?”

Paul: “Do you find it easier to coach men or women?”

Nick: “what is the best technical sculling drill?”

Carlos: “How many sessions a week do you use to build rowing skills by doing drills with the crews you coach? Do you do it on specific sessions for that or just use part of the practice? ”

Bookmark the RowingChat page where we detail all the up-coming events.  And listen to our past event podcasts on SoundCloud.


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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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