sculling


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rowing by a single oarsman in a racing shell

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When sculling in rivers, sometimes all hunters have to do is keep their boats pointed in the right direction and let the current glide them quietly into the kill zone.
He was 12th overall in the lightweight men's single scull and was clearly not on form even given his well-known preference for sweep oar rather than sculling boats.
Part of a strong open men's sculling squad, which also includes Alan Campbell (World Championships medallist in 2009, 10 and 11), Wells - a veteran of every Games since Sydney 2000 - said: "Racing in front of a home crowd is an enticing prospect.
Danielle Coulton showed her true potential in winning the Women's Senior 3 single sculling event.
ROWING: The Augusta Sculling Center won the Double Sculls Challenge, giving the United States its only victory at the 150th Henley Regatta in England.
McLaren has also coached several medal-winning crews at the Under-23 (years of age) level in both sculling and sweep rowing.
Then they carried off the trophy for the most wins in the men's novice double sculls in the 2006 Autumn Series of Sculling events in the northern region.
The UCLA Marina Aquatic Center at 14001 Fiji Way has offered sculling and sweep lessons since 1993.
In the morning, 145 crews competed in the Tees Long Distance Sculling Race.
McMarlin, 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds, and Bennion, 6-2 and 194, both attended the sculling training camps in Augusta, Ga.
The Hylton Long Distance Sculling Race held at the weekend was run by City of Sunderland Rowing Club and was the penultimate event in this annual six race series promoted by The Northern Rowing Council.
Sunny conditions, perfect for sculling, greeted oarsmen on the Wansbeck for the Wansbeck Scullers Head.
Chris Kenyon, a Tees RC member but these days sculling in Bideford Reds' colours, once again had a rewarding day after his long journey north from Devon to keep up his record of competing in every sculling race in the autumn sculling series on the Tyne since 1968.
Adam, sculling with great determination in the re-row, could not find the extra effort needed to clinch victory.
John Green, sculling at veteran G, was second in 2:23.