Rowing, often referred to as the crew in the United States this sport dates back to ancient Egyptian times. It is based on propelling boats (racing shell) with the help of oars on the water. Pressing against the blade of water and power is generated to move the boat.
How Rowing Boating Works
The rowers sit facing the rear of the boat and paddle to wield an oar that pivots in an oarlock. Boats are called shells. Or rowing scull (with two oars) or clean the line (one oar). Rowing team called “The Crew”.
Rowing in Olympic Games
Standard length of the race of the Olympic Games and world championships is 2 km (1.24 mi)) long, 1.5 km (0.93 MI2 km (1.24 miles) of US high school competition on the east coast and 1,000 meters for masters rowers (rowers older than 27 years).
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