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Tough grind for SA's new generation of rowers
JOHANNESBURG - A host of new faces, mixed with a few seasoned campaigners, has South African rowing testing the waters after two successful Olympic cycles. Renowned national rowing coach Roger Barrow is getting to know his new crop of rowers after ...
Portable Wire-Free Rear View Vision System for the Rowing Industry
Since 2014, Hyndsight Vision Systems has been selling its wire-free camera and monitor system. The system was initially designed specifically for the rowing industry, but has many other uses, including equine, RV, waterskiing, construction, agriculture ...
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Rowing: Thirty nine senior and under-23 competitors and 59 juniors have been invited to attend the Ireland trials on March 25th and 26th
Most competed at the recent Ireland trials, though David O’Malley, who could not attend, and the Spain-based Oisin and Dervla Forde have been asked to attend in March.
Invitees to Ireland Trial, March 25th and 26th:
Men – Single, Heavyweight: S McKeown T Oliver. Under-23: D Lynch, K Mannix, D Begley, R Byrne, D Buckley, E Whittle. Lightweight: P O’ Donovan, G O’ Donovan, C Beck, D O’Connor, N O’Reilly, A Burns, L Keane. Under-23: A Goff, C Hennessy, S O’Connor, N Beggan, M Taylor, J McCarthy, F McCarthy, S O’Connell.
Pair – Lightweight: S O’Driscoll, M O’Donovan. Under-23: D O’Malley, S Mulvaney.
Women – Single, Heavyweight: S Puspure, M Dukarska. Under-23: E Hegarty. Lightweight: D Walsh.
Pair – Heavyweight : A Keogh, A Feeley. Under-23: E Lambe, R Gilligan, T Hanlon, A Mason, D Forde, O Forde.
Men – Sweep:
R Corrigan, A Johnston
T McKeon, D O’Byrne
C Garvey, B McKeon
C MacRae, A Wilson
J McKenna, S O’Donnell
R Balcombe, C McLaughlin
O O’ Toole, E Meehan
N Twomey, O Donaghy
M Lynch, E Jarvis
M Dundon - subject to fitness;
Women – Sweep
Z McCutcheon, MJ Elliott
E O’Reilly, G McGirr
C Fee, M Kelly
M Carmody, M Tully
S Maxwell, A Keogh
M Kovacs, C Minehane
G MacNamara, K Dolan
C Nic Donncha
C Synnott - subject to fitness;
Canottaggio. Canottieri Santo Stefano al Mare, tante medaglie a ...
Lo scorso fine settimana in quel di Torino si è svolta la 34a regata di fondo "D'inverno sul Po" che, quest'anno, si è svolta sulla distanza dei 4000 metri anziché i tradizionali 6000 metri. Un fine settimana ricco di regate che ha visto nel sabato la ...
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Boats up for grabs as stars absent from Rowing New Zealand trials
Among those Rio Olympic competitors available are the full crews from the women's and men's eights which made their respective A finals last year, while veteran sweep oar rower Rebecca Scown returns after claiming silver in the women's pair with ...
Nathan and Hayden Cohen help southern rowers to further success ...Southland Times
Rowing News on row2k: NZ Rowing Championships: New ...row2k.com
Nelson's McBride wins the double crown at NZ rowing championships in TwizelThe Nelson Mail
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Southern Star Newspaper
Coakley fearful for future of Olympic lightweight rowing
Southern Star Newspaper
The way I see it, Paul and Gary need to make hay while the sun shines because in maybe four or eight years time, lightweight rowing could be removed completely from the Olympics,' warned Coakley, who believes that the lightweight four event will suffer ...
The year that was … men’s quadruple sculls Featured Article
What is it about this boat and the Germans? When it comes down to the business of winning an Olympic final in the quadruple sculls, Germany’s scullers continue to show the mindset and ability to time their season to perfection – in both the men’s and women’s events.