Tuesday-Tip: How to tie down a boat

Tuesday-Tip: How to tie down a boat

coaching, Updates, website
Once you've been involved in rowing for long enough, you start to pick up your own particular ways of taking care of your equipment.  Whether it is how you wash and clean your hull, when to replace your fasteners, or where you put your oars on the pontoon, everyone has their own opinions and their own particular ways. Tying boats down to racks, and on trailers, is one of the most important parts of safely transporting equipment.  Do it right and you'll have a stress-free drive, but if you tie down a boat too tightly, you can crack the shell and be up for a hefty repair bill (not to mention forgetting to tie down a boat, or using poor-quality equipment which then fails in transit - think of flying…
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Christmas 2017

Christmas 2017

Updates
[caption id="attachment_710" align="alignleft" width="124"] Chrissy sparkle[/caption] The best way to celebrate the end of a hard year and the worry of whether Santa Claus will drop those dreaded coal bricks or sparkling diamonds down one's chimney is to have a jolly good knees up where all worries are cast aside and drowned in a sea of bubbles and friends. Thanks to Meg, planner extraordinaire, we had a fantastic night of fun, food and friends with over 36 of our squad, family members and friends rocking up to the Three Weeds, a fully disabled-compliant watering hole in the heart of Balmain. Thanks Three Weeds for being up to date and aware that not everyone can access stairs; that inclusion means all have the same ability to enjoy a night out and…
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End of Season Wrap-Up

End of Season Wrap-Up

Events, Updates
[caption id="attachment_352" align="alignright" width="300"] The 2017 Para Squad, coaches and supporters[/caption] As the Season has now ended and prizes distributed it's time to stop and take stock of the season past, time to reflect on the wins, losses and joys we've experienced and time to say thank you to some very special people we need to acknowledge as without them we do not prosper nor continue. (more…)
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Making Adaptations – Coaching skills for Para-Rowing

Making Adaptations – Coaching skills for Para-Rowing

coaching
[caption id="attachment_9" align="alignright" width="300"] Balmain Rowing Club, St George Rowing Club and Canberra Rowing Club all have strong para-rowing programs. Your club can build one too![/caption] A lot of people have asked us over time what special skills you need to be a para rowing coach. The answer is that for the most part, you just need to know how to be a good rowing coach! (more…)
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