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Glasgow confirmed as host of 2018 European Rowing Championships

Glasgow 2018 signs a Host City Agreement with World Rowing, to confirm the European Rowing Championships will take place in Strathclyde next year

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Entries for 2017 Community Sport and Recreation Awards now open

Sport and Recreation Alliance are accepting entries to the 2017 Community Sport and Recreation Awards

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International Women’s Day: Why rowing is oar-some!

Today is International Women’s Day. To mark the occasion, we’ve asked women from across the rowing community to tell us why they love rowing.

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Top head racing tips to give you the edge on the Tideway

Head racing season reaches its climax in March with the big Tideway races, where over 10,000 people will compete on the River Thames

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Perfect your technique: when is the right time to open your hips?

GB Rowing Team coach Paul Reedy explains how athletes should visualise the right time for the hip to open during the drive phase of the rowing stroke

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Plymstock and Exmouth take honours in South West Schools Indoor Rowing Championships

Plymstock School takes overall win at the South West Schools Indoor Rowing Championships, with some competitors going on to participate at NJIRC this month

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Maximise your training: tips for combining strength and endurance programmes

Endurance training immediately after strength training can inhibit the muscle building process; here’s the best way to factor in concurrent training

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Omar’s buttermilk pancake recipe

To celebrate Shrove Tuesday, GB Rowing Team chef Omar Meziane shares his favourite pancake recipe

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Andrew T Hodge retires from international rowing

Andrew T Hodge retires from international rowing with three Olympic gold medals, four world titles and one European title on his impressive palmares

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‘I like rowing because it gets me out of the wheelchair, and that’s the biggest thing for me’

Benjamin Pritchard took up Para-rowing after suffering a serious back injury in a crash during a cycling race. He tells us how he’s fallen in love with the sport

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