RowPerfect Shop subscribe to newsletter

Rowing on Google books

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

Share this Post

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

Leave a Reply

Blog Related Posts

Quirky Rowing Websites: ARCSA

Today we’re sharing one of my favourite coaching websites with you. Called the Association of Rowing Coaches of… read more

Book Review: The Mind’s Eye by James C. Joy

The Mind’s Eye: The Evolution of the Athletes’ Skills and Consciousness The Mind’s Eye describes a successful method… read more

RowingChat with Phil Simmons

Streamed live on Feb 13, 2017 Phil is an Olympian and former international sweep rower who has successfully… read more

RowPerfect Shop subscribe to newsletter
X