Back pain in rowing – update on current understanding
Dr Fiona Wilson knows what is going on with the backs of rowers. The focus of her research is back pain in athletes and as an ex-rower and lead physiotherapist with Rowing Ireland rowing is her pet topic.
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Why young women are racing to start rowing
WHEN Kerry Hore lines up later this year on the Olympic rowing course in Rio, encircled by the steep hills of the city and in the formidable shadow cast by the Christ the Redeemer statue, she’ll do so as the only female Australian rower to have competed at four Olympic Games.
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Warwick rower in Australian rowing team for the worlds
Warwick rower Harriet Hudson has been selected in the Australian under-19 rowing team to compete in the World Junior Championships in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, this year.
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Warwick Daily News
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Towing boats across a continent
Australia is big. So if a club on the west coast wants to get to a regatta in Sydney, they have to organise their boats to get across the continent of 4069 km of driving to cover the distance from from Western Australia to New South Wales.
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Rower Beltz hangs up the oar
Two-time Australian Olympic rower Sam Beltz has announced his retirement from the sport.
Nine's Wide World of Sports
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Hutchins and Friends defend Head of the River rowing titles
HUTCHINS and The Friends’ School claimed a clean sweep of the big boat races at the Head of the River on the weekend, successfully defending their open boys and girls titles in the process.
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Beefed-up men's four eye gold in Rio
Boasting more horsepower than they did in London, Australia's men's coxless four are hopeful their newfound strength can get them Olympic gold in Rio.
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Jocelyn Date rows her way to gold medal
Cowra's Jocelyn Date was a part of Kinross' gold medal winning under 19s coxless pairs team at the Australian Open Schools Rowing Championships recently.
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Aussies unveil 'retro candy stripe' uniforms for Rio
AUSTRALIA'S Olympic athletes have modelled their "retro candy stripe" uniforms which will be worn at this year's opening ceremony at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Sunshine Coast Daily
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Cambridge win Boat Race in difficult conditions
Favourites Cambridge won the annual University Boat Race in choppy conditions on London's River Thames on Sunday, extending their lead over Oxford in the long-standing series to 82-79.
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Piper's medals crystal clear reward for hard work
Weeks of hard training paid off for Lower Clarence rower Crystal Piper with the teenager collecting two medals at the Australian National Rowing Championships in Sydney earlier this month.
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The Daily Examiner
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