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Trends of boat speed, stroke rate and race strategy after Rio-2016 Olympics In Rio-2016 Olympics, the races were won by means of longer distance per stroke and a higher effectiveness of work per stroke, not by higher stroke rate. The winners had higher boat speed over the first and last 500m sections, and relatively lower speed in the middle of the race. 1.4% higher effective Work per Stroke creates the probability for a crew to move one place up in final ranking. 26/10/2016 View
Calf muscles in rowing It is common knowledge that rowing utilises nearly all human muscles, but the function of calf muscles still remains unclear 08/08/2016 View
The new Rocker foot stretcher from BioRow/WinTech The new Rocker foot stretcher from BioRow/WinTech 21/07/2016 View
Book “The Biomechanics of Rowing” A new book titled “The Biomechanics of Rowing” was recently published in Crowood press 21/07/2016 View
The BioRow™ Catch Training System A new tool for quick and easy learning and stabilisation of an effective catch technique and proper rowing style 03/06/2016 View
BioRow™ Oar Angle Guides BioRow™ Angle Guides is a tool for an easy, reliable and accurate MEASUREMENT and CONTROL of the catch and finish oar angles 20/04/2016 View
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