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Boat Flips and Bellyflops

Boat Flips and Bellyflops

  Today was the Flip Test Challenge – Baptism by salt water for 11¬†brave Rats who preferred being wet and cold Rats over being drowned Rats. Perfect hot...

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Swamped!

Swamped!

Jim Buckley – The possibility of swamping a shell, especially a four or an eight, in cold rough water is about the most dangerous thing about rowing in Port...

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How to Take Out the Wherry

How to Take Out the Wherry

Photos by Toni Davison The wherry is a great way to practice your stroke in a stable boat you can row at your own pace Рor just take in the sights and peace out!...

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Sign-up do’s & don’ts

Sign-up do’s & don’ts

by Mari Friend – (1) Is there a limit or a deadline for signing up? You can sign up for as many or as few rows as you want. Then check back to see how many people...

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Tips to avoid Rowing Injuries

Tips to avoid Rowing Injuries

by Sally Aerts Keep your core and legs strong. Stay flexible. Hamstrings, mid and lower back, and shoulder girdle muscles are especially important. Warm up your muscles...

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