I remember that the only time you’re really defeated is when you stop trying to win.
It’s a little awkward…. but honestly it was a great decision for me. I love my new team, and it took me great places and I love everyone on it. Just contact the coaches of the team you want to switch to and simply talk to them. Get a feel for their program and if it fits, it fits.
Do long distance pieces. They will really help build your endurance. Cross training my also help. Lift a little, run, bike, swim. Work your tail off. It will pay off in the long run I promise.
Personally pairs are really hard for me, but I’ve only ever rowed it once and we went in circles
No seat is better than any other. Bow seat typically is really sound technically and help the set.
Short rowers! FTW!
And tall rowers…
basically all rowers are awesome.
but yay! :D
It’s hard to tell what you mean by better.
I think there are a lot more rowers trying to get recruited, but both are still tough. I’d say rowing: more competition, coxing: harder to judge.
hahah thanks? ;)
I’m so sorry I didn’t reply earlier!
I hope you did awesome!!!!! :D
For women it’s 7:30-7:40 and below
Sorry. We don’t do 6ks on the women’s team
Maybe. Sorry I have a lot to do today, so I’ll add it to the to do list
Currently I am not selling shirts.