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World Cup II

Robbie Manson (NZL), winner of the men’s single, powers off the start in Linz
PHOTOGRAPHY IGOR MEIJER/WORLD ROWING

World cup regattas are tricky to analyse. Nations and athletes peak at different times, some train straight through, and trying to wrangle conclusions out of results can be like eating jelly with a one-pronged plastic fork.

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About Row360

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.

Other Articles in this Issue


MY WORD
The world cup is in full swing
REGULARS
Bits and pieces from around the world of rowing
GALLERY
This was captured from the starting pontoon at the
World Rowing Cup I, Belgrade, Serbia
The Dutch women’s quad
GEAR
Sunglasses
COVER FEATURE
The ‘Deutschland-Achter’
PHYSIOLOGY
How to train your breathing
FEATURE
Getting out of international rowing can be just as hard as getting in
FISA trials new athlete lane selection policy
PROFILE
‘Fairness’ and ‘family’ are two values taken for granted in international rowing. Thomi Keller dedicated thirty years of his life to securing them. Christopher Dodd on the FISA president who fought the good fight in the Olympic arena
ARCHITECTURE
University Technology Sydney, Haberfield Rowing Club
COXING
Gender neutral coxing in international rowing
REGATTA
Belgrade, June 2018
Linz, June 2018
Bates repeats, UCO makes history and Cal regains its title at the NCAA national rowing championships
June 1-3, Lake Mercer - Princeton, NJ The Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships is the US collegiate national championships for heavyweight men and lightweight men and women.
INSIGHT
Programmes, commentary and the regatta church service
RESEARCH
What does it all mean?
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HEALTH
Blistered hands are the calling-card of rowers everywhere. Managing them can become an athlete’s obsession.
NUTRITION
Veganism is no longer considered to be a wacky alternative for athletes
COACHING
Learning to Coach at the Institute for Rowing Leadership
LAST WORD
Conlin McCabe