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oarsman

a man who rows, esp one who rows in a racing boat
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On-river action from a previous Durham Regatta (above) and (right) actor Jamie Brown shows off the 19th-century rowing |regalia worn by top North oarsman Harry Clasper, who will be commemorated at this weekend's event in Durham City
Oarsman |Beach in the Yasawa chain of islands, Fiji
The oarsman's vessel, christened The Spirit of Malabo, was sponsored by The Republic of Equatorial Guinea with added support of H.E.
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Starboard comes from the old English word steobord (itself from the old Norse word styri, meaning rudder), the side on which boats were steered by an oarsman at the stern and, since the majority of men were righthanded, the steering oar was situated on the right side of the vessel.
Cardiff-born Beijing gold medallist James showed why he is the most technically accomplished oarsman in Britain, comfortably switching from the bowside seat.
OLYMPIC oarsman Tom James is to have his hand and feet cast as part of a nationwide campaign.
Around 29 people belonging to Kolkata were on a joy ride in river Rupnarayan in Kolaghat in east Midnapore district, but after going to a certain distance, the oarsman could not take the boat further and it capsized.
Oarsman, another outsider, won the maiden imported horses race which ran over 1,000 metres straight.
Basing on the prototype of simulator an initial research has been performed in biomechatronics laboratory of the Mechatronics Centre for Research, Studies and Information of KTU, having the aim to check the conformity of unstable balancing simulator to rowing at the natural conditions and to evaluate the influence of instability of simulator on the carriage of oarsman during exercising.
The Llandaff Rowing Club oarsman is looking to match clubmate Dave Currie, who won the event eight years ago rowing for the Taff club, to become the first rower to win in Welsh club colours at the 170-year-old event.
The Dark Blue success meant that Michael Wherley, at 36 the oldest oarsman in Boat Race history, ended his illustrious rowing career with a victory.