Chester University Rowing Club have a busy 2012 to contemplate. Fresh from hosting a BUCS indoor rowing event, they have signed themselves up to the Three Peaks Challenge and a 24-hour row. (read more)
Rowing apps: Find the one you need
We're focusing the spotlight on rowing apps - we've got ratemeter apps, log book apps, timekeeping apps, coaching apps, rigging apps, adjustment apps, everything you might need!
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