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February March 2019 Rowing & Regatta magazine is out

Power8 Sprints returns to the Bristol Harbour Festival in 2019

Meet the new Henley Stewards’ Charitable Trust coaches for 2019

Five top tips for junior rowers

Dan Cooper, Assistant Coach to the GB Junior Programme at British Rowing, provides exclusive advice for budding junior rowers

British Rowing is shortlisted for the BT Sport Industry Awards

British Rowing has been shortlisted in the Sport Organisation of the Year category

The athletes’ voice is the most powerful asset anti-doping has: Andrew Triggs Hodge, Olympic rowing champion

Now in his final year, Triggs Hodge takes the opportunity to look back at how the anti-doping world has changed and how the influence of the Commission has evolved

The three rs: rest, refuelling and recovery for rowers

Former GB Rowing Team physiologist Craig Williams provides advice on how you can reap more rewards from your training sessions


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Strawberry seeded smoothie

A great smoothie to help you recover after long winter outings

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British Rowing and AoC are encouraging students and staff to Go Row Indoor in February

Take on the Go Row Indoor College Challenge this February and be in with a chance of winning Mizuno kit

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Chronic exertional compartment syndrome: increasing awareness for rowers

Warwick student rower Alice Vodden struggled with significant arm pain while training. It was eventually diagnosed as a rare condition called chronic exertional compartment syndrome #YourStories

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Who sits where in a rowing eight?

How do rowing coaches decide which rower to put in which seat? Coach Consultant Robin Williams delves into the mysteries of the racing eight

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British Rowing Senior Championships to move to summer in 2019

The 2019 British Rowing Senior Championships will be held on the weekend of 15 and 16 June 2019, at the National Water Sports Centre, Nottingham

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British Rowing launches new Go Row Indoor Club initiative

The Go Row Indoor Club initiative has been developed to support increasing demand for indoor rowing exercise classes and to enable community rowing clubs to better utilise their existing gym infrastructure

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