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Digital Subscriptions > Row360 > Issue 008 - Sep | Oct 2015 > When Morten Jørgensen’s Body Suddenly Said NO

When Morten Jørgensen’s Body Suddenly Said NO


Ask yourself this; what would Real Madrid do if they were faced with the prospect of losing star man Cristiano Ronaldo for an extended period of time? Well, transfer that scenario to rowing and you will be confronted by a similar dilemma to that of the Danish national squad. Having won a historic gold medal in the lightweight four at the 2014 world championships, the crew are now faced with the prospect of racing without their leader and talisman Morton Jørgensen. The 30 year old oarsman was forced to take leave of the sport just before the 2015 European championships after his body began showing signs of severe over-training.

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