Rowing dictionary – G
Rigging element that is a measure of the heaviness of the oar that the rower experiences while rowing. This is a dimensionless number from ±2.1 for sculling to ±2.2 for sweep rowing.
|Mix||Equal numbers of either gender (excluding coxswain).|
See: Bucket rigged.
Getting ready at the finish
Exercise where the rowers start rowing at the finish instead of the catch. Main article: Getting ready at the finish.
Mistake where the arms are bend to place the blade in the water. Main article: Catching with the arms (grabbing).
The top rail at both sides of the shell, made to strengthen the boat where the riggers attach.
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|Rowing dictionary – H|
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