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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, Paralympic, college, club, ocean, and more.

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Editor’s Letter
As Great Britain crossed the line to crown a marvellous
REGATTA
When the course committee begins work on Friday October 16th,
COURSE
The Head of the Charles can be a notoriously challenging
NUTRITION
As a result of the heavy training load undertaken by
VENUE
Of all the venues the international rowing community visits each
COASTAL
The number of rowing clubs in Scotland has more than
CLUB
With less than a year to go before the Rio
REGULARS
Ben Hunt-Davis was a member of the Great Britain men’s
Using LED lights and long exposure photography, Canadian artist Stephen
The second annual Rowing Champions League took place on the
Designer Moncler Gamme Bleu took on a rowing theme for
ErgStick collects all the data from your Concept2 rowing machine
These flannel shorts, manufactured and marketed by Rock The Boat
Luxury designer label Henry Todd London have recently announced the
Push-ups, squats, sit-ups – the SMS Audio Street Sport by
FISA welcomed six new members to its international rowing federation
A mere week after Germany and Great Britain met in
PROFILE
In the weeks before the 2015 world championships in Aiguebelette,
Ask yourself this; what would Real Madrid do if they
Lightweight racing is dead – and the Swiss are to
SNAPSHOT
As is tradition for the year preceding an Olympic Games,
RCL ROWING Champions League is an out-of-the box European sprint
SoCal scullers celebrate their win with a dip in the
REVIEW
There was a flavour to the 2015 world championships which
The World Rowing U23 Championships was an incredible event to
ARCHITECTURE
In 1905, Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the most influential
BIOMECHANICS
Sweep or single oar rowing has a long history as
EXTREME
A group of rowing enthusiasts from Shropshire have decided to
Henrik Rummel sits on the start line of the world
SHELLS
Eric Sims made his start some 30 years ago with