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Boathouse tips 2#: start of season checklist

David Blackham, Director of Rowing at The King’s School, Chester shares advice on boathouse tasks as the season nears

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Berry fruit ripple

This berry pudding is light and delicious – and it’s easy to make too!

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Tyneside rowing extravaganza, 7-8 September

The Great Tyne Row and the Tyne Single Scullers Head take place on the River Tyne in early September

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Rowing in the South West Coastal League

Rowers from Exmouth, Plymouth, Teignmouth and Torquay are gearing up for the autumn series of the South West Coastal League – and anyone is welcome to join in

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‘You need a psychologist for your mind, just like you need a strength and conditioning coach for your body’

How can you perform at your best? Rebecca Charlton asks Tom Cross, sports and business psychologist, for advice

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Boathouse tips: new season groundwork

It may only be August but David Blackham, Director of Rowing at The King’s School, Chester, is already preparing for the new season. Read on for his top tips

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‘The Great River Race is a chance to challenge yourself and be part of something extraordinary!

The annual Great River Race on the Thames in September is a celebration of traditional boats of all shapes and sizes. Enter before 21 August to book your place!

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Just Row Gloucestershire

Gloucester rower IndiaJane Jeffery would love everyone to enjoy the benefits of rowing – and she has set up Just Row Gloucestershire to do this

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St Neots Regatta weekend – 27-28 July

Held in the centre of town, St Neots Regatta is a highlight of the summer for both the rowers and the local community. Andrew Blit finds out more

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Melon and grape smoothie

Great for a hot summer’s day, this low-fat smoothie from Jacqueline Birtwisle is refreshing and nutritious!

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