oarswoman in a sentence
- Four oarswomen from the club represented Ireland at the Home Internationals.
- In 2011, Clay was named the NSW Oarswoman of the Year.
- Oarswomen thus owe football some gratitude.
- But in the spring there are still 80 to 90 oarswomen because the coach refuses to cut anyone.
- Oarswomen had to be secretly introduced and trained to a standard where they would win at their first regatta.
- The Tigers are entered in Henley's top collegiate event, the Ladies'Challenge Plate, which has nothing to do with oarswomen.
- Redgrave and his wife, Ann, who is the rowing team doctor and a former international oarswoman, have two young daughters, Natalie and Sophie.
- Elite oarsmen measured in 1984 had VO 2 max values of 6.1?.6 L / min and oarswomen 4.1?.4 L / min.
- The Taurus Boat Club is for past oarsmen and oarswomen that were former alumni of Oxford Polytechnic & Oxford Brookes University with the allowance of current Brookes welcomed to join.
- Kingston have produced a significant list of international level oarsmen and oarswomen throughout its history and has won events at the British Rowing Championships and Henley Royal Regatta through the years.
- DeFrantz, a former Olympic oarswoman who sued for the right to compete in the 1980 Games despite the US boycott, has plenty of time _ she's not yet 45.
- The club is believed to be the only non-academic related club named'School'for sculling, which is the propelling of boats with starboard and port oars for each oarsman or oarswoman.
- His wife Lin Clark was one of the most prominent international oarswomen in Britain in the 1970s and 80s, initially as a heavyweight but later ( from the early 80s on ) as a lightweight.
- On the river they encounter mysterious rafters Wade ( Bacon ) and Terry ( John C . Reilly ), who get friendly once Wade learns that Roarke's mother is an accomplished oarswoman and river guide.
- Alison Gill, an Oxford oarswoman at the time of the " mutiny ", wrote " The Yanks at Oxford ", a book that attempted to counter the perceived bias in Topolski's account.
- The Olympic medal came after a difficult season battling with glandular fever, and at the time was the closest any British oarswoman had come to an Olympic gold with the three medal winning crews separated by 0.23 seconds.
- Hale, a Harvard University graduate and former coach of the Winsor School in Boston, said she has no problem finding oarswomen at Kansas State, despite the virtual absence of high school rowing outside of prep schools in the Northeast.
- Rowing by older oarsmen ( and more recently oarswomen ) has been a part of the club's activities throughout its history, but has increased since the 1970s in line with more national and FISA ( international ) Masters Competition now on offer.
- "I didn't know if we were first-- or fourth, " the Lowell, Mass ., oarswoman said yesterday morning, an Olympic silver medal around her neck . " They told us it was a photo finish ."
- Alison Graves, 38, and Tia Fischer, 39, rowed on their college teams, and Carie _ well, Carie Graves, who turns 45 this week, is among the finest sweep oarswomen in US history, making three Olympic rowing teams and winning a gold medal in 1984.
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