sculler


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someone who sculls (moves a long oar pivoted on the back of the boat to propel the boat forward)

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The quality of sculler and rower that she is, she will be going to the Games.
The Coleraine sculler was still allowed to race, but told his result would not stand.
Cardiff City RC double scullers Jack Thomas and Tom Barras saw off former GB cap Simon Goodbrand and Cambridge partner Ed Parkhouse, but fell in the last eight to Durham duo Barney Stentiford and Angus Groom, while their Welsh clubmates lost out to Notts and Union in the Thames Cup club 8s.
Single sculler Alan Campbell, double scullers Stephen Rowbotham and Matt Wells and the men's four took silver medals while the lightweight men's double of Zac Purchase and Mark Hunter took bronze.
Peter Daalder of Daly Plastics BV in the Netherlands and Jacques Musa of Sculler in France summarized trading conditions in some of the key European markets.
18) Sculling, from a financial perspective, was viable because backers could support a sculler through training and stake him to race, whereas it would be unviable in most circumstances to support a four or eight-man crew through the same processes.
ROWING VICKY THORNLEY confirmed herself as Great Britain's fastest women's single sculler as she beat Olympic doubles champion Katherine Grainger and two other London 2012 gold medalists in the autumn 5km trials race.
Rushforth, accompanied by his father Peter, finished third out of 43 in a time of 18m 38s - less than one second behind the secondplaced sculler.
Liverpool Victoria's junior section is flourishing at present with a number of wins at a local competition in Manchester over the same weekend, led by top sculler Adam Yarlett.
A BOUNDARY wall still exists in Yarm from a Dominican Friary dating before 1266, destroyed by the Dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry V111 in 1539 Robert Watson Boyd born in Gateshead 1852, a champion sculler of England in 1882 took part in a challenge race on the Tees against Australian Elias C.
We are honored to team-up and have Humana on board for this year's SCWC," says Len Sculler, co-founder of Insight Incentives & Meetings.
WELSH sculler Graeme Thomas goes for gold in the European Rowing Championships in Italy today after storming from the back of his semi-final field to make the six-boat medal race off.
Five-time world champion Mahe Drysdale of New Zealand is evens from 6-4, but Czech sculler Ondrej Synek looks a serious rival and nor can Great Britain's Alan Campbell, Sweden's Lassi Karonen or Germany's Marcel Hacker be ruled out.
YOUR recent photograph of a sculler rowing on the River Wear at Durham, reminded me that very few people in the North East know that we have a world champion sculler in our area.
The Glasgow sculler still led by a fraction at half-way, but Fearnhead had now taken half a length on the Windsor rower and was on the charge.