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Foot Notes

“One of the major issues in rowing shells is the fact that most boathouses have high humidity due to the marine environment and whilst rowing, skin cells on the feet are being shed into the rowing shoe.

The shoes that are strapped inside the boats permanently, rarely get the opportunity to dry out and this makes a perfect environment for fungal colonies to grow in. Breakdown of the skin is a portal of entry for a bacterial infection also, so things like blisters and even small abrasions on the feet are a significant issue.”

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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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Unlocking your physiology’s potential: Post-Activation Potentiation
The single sculls event whets the appetite of spectators and rowers alike. No cox, no crew-mates — just you against the elements and your rivals, pushing yourself to the limit.
Analysing the effect of different rowing styles on boat speed
Romania’s women picked up an impressive two world championship gold medals in Sarasota in 2017. Is this only the beginning?
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Kiwi rower Rebecca Scown is a two-time world champion in the women’s pair and has a career total of seven world championship medals. In Sarasota last summer she returned to the eight, helping to power the Kiwis back onto the podium, winning a world championship bronze
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