oarswoman


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a woman oarsman

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PLAYING a criminal psychologist might not seem the obvious way to get fit, but actress Niamh Cusack found herself rowing away like mad when writer Paula Milne decided to make her new TV character a good oarswoman.
Similarly, The Oxford Dictionary defines oarsman as "a person who uses oars; a rower," whereas an oarswoman is "a female rower.
This private club has been active for 71 years and nary an oarswoman is younger than 60.
The 21-year-old oarswoman from Deganwy scooped the top prize in her section at the BUCS (British University and Colleges Sport) Indoor Rowing Competition.
Junior oarswoman Helen Preston has been picked to represent Britain in the Women's Junior 4x at the World Championships in France from August 5 to 8.
ROWING: Britain's number one oarswoman Katherine Grainger is feeling the pressure to deliver the goods in front of an expectant Henley crowd.