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The Rowing Discipline

Rowing consists of three main disciplines: flatwater (e.g., traditional Olympic and collegiate style racing), open water (coastal rowing), and indoor.

Rowers use two oars each (sculling) or one oar with rotation to port (right) or starboard (left) (sweep rowing). Sculling boats include the single, double, and quadruple sculls. Sweep rowing is done in crews of two (called a pair), four, and eight athletes. A coxswain, who steers and faces forward, is always employed in an eight, sometimes in fours, and rarely in pairs. In boats with no coxswain (called ''coxless'' or ''straight''), steering is controlled by one rower turning his/her foot to move the rudder mechanism #HandConsultSA #RowingInjury

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