Recovery – Insufficient oarlock pressure
|The oar(s) is/are insufficiently pressed against the oarlock. This releases the oar collar from the oarlock at the catch and/or finish.
|Oarlocks: watch the collar come off the oarlock, usually in the second part of the draw.
|Not pushing the oar(s) out hard enough.
|Problems with the balance (insufficient oarlock pressure at recovery) and the efficiency of the draw (insufficient oarlock pressure at the draw).
|Check that the hands are properly on the oar(s). Differential approach by asking to keep the oar permanently detached from the collar and attached to the collar permanently. Alternate this.
|Visually by looking at the collar. Auditory because you hear the collars of the oars tapping against the oarlocks.
|The collar of a rower comes off the oarlock.
|Recovery – No water-free recovery
|Recovery – Late squaring
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