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Netherlands: In two-seat, 24-yearold Olympic bronze medallist from the eight Tone Wieten, wins his first Varsity for Nereus. His girlfriend is amongst the swimmers who defy the cold water. For a moment there, the gold medal is pushed to the back of his mind.
Photo: Merijn Soeters

Rowing lifestyle clothing brand Square Blades, embracing the idea that single-use plastic bags are on the way out, have created a couple of super planet-friendly tote bags for rowers. There are two ‘climate neutral’ tote bags on offer, one features a design commissioned by the Scottish artist Graeme Stewart depicting a sculler.

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Welcome to Row360, the world’s only global, independent rowing magazine. Row360 brings you features from around the world, profiling the best athletes, coaches, and others from the whole rowing community – Olympic, adaptive, college, club, ocean, and more.

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My Word
Welcome to Issue 22
The Sloterplas, Netherlands
Lake Ruataniwha, New Zealand
Cuban training camp, Mexico
Climbing through adversity
The Australian Olympic silver medallist on breaking the Concept2 world record
Why now?
The strength of the Netherlands’ lightweight female
Under the leadership of US women’s coach Tom Terhaar Caryn Davies won Olympic gold medals in the US women’s eight in Beijing 2008 and London 2012, as well as a silver medal in Athens 2004. She is now the United States’ second most decorated Olympic rower.
FISA Training Camp - Port Vila, Vanuatu 2018
Four of the world’s best come together to take on the Heineken
University of Florida Coach Chris Tippin
Steve Trapmore leaves Cambridge with the last laugh
GB Rowing HQ, Caversham April 14-15
Waves of Change in the Birthplace of American Rowing by Dotty Brown
Now in its eighth year in its current form, the Budapest
Just days before the race got underway, the Netherlands
This year’s regatta saw crews competing from Argentina, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan and Vietnam.
A look at preventing injury, from the ground up
19th -24th March; Lake Ruataniwha, New Zealand
British sculler Vicky Thornley won Olympic silver in the W2x in Rio before winning a world championship silver in the single in Sarasota last year. Here Vicky shares with Row360 some of her favourite recipes currently fuelling her training in the quest for Tokyo gold.
World championship and Olympic gold medal winning cox of the German men’s eight.