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Avoiding and managing seasonal illness

Written by Richard Budgett, Paul Davies and Rod Jaques  The average adult experiences between one and six bouts of the common cold each year and it is estimated that at any given time one in sixty adults in the UK […]

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Ask the Coach

It’s 2010 and the new season is underway. Rowing & Regatta is launching a series called ‘Ask the Coach’. If you have any specific training or technique queries then our coaching panel is here to help. Our coaches have 65 […]

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Sibling rivalry

On a blustery, overcast April day in 2003, David and James Livingston raced against each other in the 149th Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race, watched by over 8 million people. It was the first time brothers had battled each other in this […]

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The Point of the Racing Status changes

[img_assist|nid=2668|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=250|height=231] As well as a new system of points coming into effect from April 2009 two other main changes to the Rules of Racing are the introduction of a new Junior 17 category the extension of the top-up rules for international competitors  […]

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What makes a good coach?

[img_assist|nid=2235|title=|desc=|link=none|align=none|width=485|height=322] Rowing & Regatta would like to find out what you think makes a great coach. Does your coach really inspire and motivate you? Is it what they say or how they plan sessions, or is it that they’re ultra […]

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Student Ross Davenport wins Janousek

[img_assist|nid=1571|title=|desc=|link=none|align=none|width=485|height=272] Last November Rowing & Regatta magazine offered ARA members an exclusive chance to win the 5000th Janousek racing boat – a single scull worth more than £5,000. The boat is truly unique and sleek in appearance with a carbon […]

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New editor for Rowing & Regatta

New ‘Rowing & Regatta’ editor Wendy Kewley came on board at Hammersmith this week. After spending four years editing ‘guiding’, Girlguiding UK’s membership magazine, Wendy says she is delighted to be back in sport. In a former life, she used to work in the International […]

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Is Competition Good or Bad for Young People?

That headline, at first glance, seems as though it should have a relatively simple answer. You are probably already laying out your own arguments and thoughts in your head as you read this. In fact, I was exactly the same. […]

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