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Curlew’s online clubhouse keeps community together

As the Covid-19 lockdown continues, a key priority for Curlew Rowing Club is their members’ well-being

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A statement from Thames Tradesmen’s Rowing Club

Thames Tradesmen’s Rowing Club is delighted to return to its home at Chiswick Boathouse in West London – after support from British Rowing and the rowing community

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Thames Tradesmen’s Twitter lockdown challenges

Since the COVID-19 lockdown started last month, Thames Tradesmen’s Rowing Club has been keeping its 750 Twitter followers entertained with weekly quizzes

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Rowing the Atlantic from home

From Thursday 23rd April, Neal Marsh has set out to row the length of the Atlantic Ocean from the Canaries to Antigua, a total of 4,700km on a rowing machine, in support of the NHS

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Pilates series 4# on shoulder stability

Shoulder stability is vital for an efficient rowing stroke. Wendy Davies explains more

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Changes to how we deliver content

We want to provide our members with the best content in rowing to keep you safe, informed and inspired so we would like to let you know about some changes to how we will be delivering this.

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Cacao and nut butter porridge

Inspired by a Deliciously Ella recipe, this scrumptious cacao porridge is a great way to start your day

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Rowing training: how to maximise your gains

Sarah Moseley, Sport Scientist with the GB Rowing Team, provides advice on how to maximise your training

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Teammates series #1: Ollie Wynne-Griffith and Tom George

Our new Teammates series starring the GB Rowing Team kicks off with men’s sweep team rowers Ollie Wynne-Griffith and Tom George

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Meet the Team: Caragh McMurtry

The spotlight this week is on European Championships and World Cup silver medallist Caragh McMurtry

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