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Rowing is a sport where high volumes of training are the norm. With diverse physiological demands placed on the body, it is essential that researched fuelling strategies are implemented to ensure optimal performance.
World champion announces her retirement from GB rowing, former New Zealand rower talks body image and mental health, plus much more.
Have you noticed at regattas that the competition on the water is only half the story? Off the water clothing has come on a great deal over the last 6 years.
How two rowing clubs adapted during the Covid crisis, the Kenyan Paralympian chasing a dream, and a winning mentality isn't everything. Plus much more. Our fortnightly look at rowing news around the world.
Why is it that some tasks seem desirable and worthy, whilst others seem a chore? We discuss the concept of motivation, especially during lockdown.
Challenging the gender balance in FISA/World Rowing, inspiring the next generation of rowers, and trying not to Rock The Boat are all covered in this weeks' Rowing News Roundup.
It is estimated around 1 in 5 adults have experienced some form of depression in June. With the spectre of another lockdown looming, we talk about the use of exercise to help in maintaining a sense of well-being.
This week's roundup covers BR response to allegations made in a BBC Panorama documentary, Atlantic challenges, plus much more.
For many taking to the Tideway it was the first race in months, and an opportunity to showcase the training gains made during the locked-down summer months.