I scoured (read: googled for a few minutes) the far ends of the internet and found some data to help you guys and gals out with pacing for 15.5. 266 more words
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Camille, Sam “The Brute” Briggs, and “Ïceland” Annie went head-to-head on this already and taught us a lot in their performance. Here’s the take-away:
There are a lot of exercises “men” shouldn’t do. Yoga is one of them. Rowing is the other. A “man” who likes to sit in a boat with other “men” (often with his shirt off) is 1) a little too ancient Greek and 2) an indication that he’d rather hang out with other heterosexual poseurs than you. 74 more words
The Irish Sports Council have announced details of their International Carding Scheme for 2015, with €1.57m going to 75 athletes across 14 sports.
Only twenty athletes were according the maximum possible of €40,000 – nine of these are involved in the Olympic cycle, while eleven are involved in Paralympic sport. 12 more words
A friendly reminder that we have our Outdoor Rowing Parents’ Meeting tonight at 7pm in the WSS Library. This meeting is mandatory for all athlete parents, and athletes are also strongly encouraged to attend if they’ve got questions about training schedules (but it’s not mandatory for the athletes). 120 more words