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Google has been running a project to scan and publish a range of books freely online.  It has … read more

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Google has been running a project to scan and publish a range of books freely online.  It has drawn objections from copyright holders – but it’s a useful resource for research.   The objectives of the Google Books Project are
The Google Books project per se involves digitizing library collections to provide searching for in-copyright works with fair use snippets and free access to out-of-print works.

Each book has been partially scanned with the missing pages marked.

We took a quick browse around the site and have found the following rowing books:

  • Rowing Faster by Volke Nolte
  • Rowing Training, Fitness, Leisure by Wolfgang Fritsch
  • Skillful Rowing by Edward McNeely and Marlene Royle
  • Rowing by Niels H. Secher and Stefanos Volianitis – reproduced below but it omits everything after page 40.

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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