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Timing by stopwatch introduces several challenges such as approximated finish lines based on the coaches best judgement. When using a stopwatch accuracy is in part dependent on the coaches ability to mirror the exact moment the bow ball crossed the finish line with their own reaction. The difficulty in identifying this moment as well as variations in reaction time introduces measurement error. Identifying sources and quantifying the magnitude of potential timing error could help coaches make better decisions with confidence based on time trial data. 
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Biomechanical methods became important part of rowers' training. Biomechanics can bring invaluable information for coaches and athletes, improve their insight and increase efficiency of rowing technique.
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BioRow Tel is scalable system which can work in any rowing boat as well as in a rowing tank. It can measure and analyse the most essential components of rowing technique: force application and blade work, body segments activities and rowing style, boat mechanics and synchronisation in the crew.
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In October we have obtained the first data of the rotational motions of the oar measured with a new BioRow 7D wireless sensor and got a very valuable information about oar handling skills in rowing and sculling.
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We received very positive feedback on our previous Newsletter and continue discussing forces in the horizontal plain. Stephen Aitken, a coach at TSS club, asked: could scullers use their pectorals at the catch to increase the normal component of the handle force?
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When a rower pulls the handle in a boat, the force is usually applied not exactly at the perpendicular direction to the oar shaft. This is one of the differences between on-water rowing and an ergo, where the force is always perpendicular to the axes of the handle. Does the axial handle force contribute to the propulsion of the rower-boat system?
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As usual, after four years of the Olympic cycle we analysed performances in World rowing regattas.
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I this Newsletter we will try to answer the questions: What propulsive efficiency means, how it can be evaluated and improved?
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Develop your ideal Rowing technique with BioRow Biomechanics Lab.
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BioRow Instrumented Gate provides the most accurate determination of rower's productive power.

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