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oarsman

a man who rows, esp one who rows in a racing boat
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Lisa Everingham, global Talisker marketing manager, said: "We are delighted for Four Oarsmen and their epic, record-breaking win, which is a truly unbelievable achievement.
The five-time Olympic cycling champ faces some of the country's most powerful oarsmen in the indoor championships on Saturday.
JUNE 21, 1985: Oarsmen from Warwick University were sent to the galleys - to test out the design of an ancient Greek warship.
All the region's top rowing clubs will be represented, along with the best school and college oarsmen.
The Nehru Trophy Boat Race, held every August, features boats that are over 100 ft in length and are rowed by around 100 oarsmen.
THE memorial to James Renforth, one of three Victorian oarsmen from the Tyne who took on -and more often than not beat -allcomers, is a particularly moving one.
The book documents the athletic achievements of the Irish family as oarsmen, tug-of-war champions, professional wrestlers, and boxers, as well as their childhood in Sneem in County Kerry, Ireland, and how some of them moved to the US later in life.
The teams - made up of two, four or eight oarsmen and women - will row non-stop and unassisted from London, around Land's End, up to John O'Groats and back to the capital.
10 ( ANI ): Oarsmen raced furiously through the backwaters in snake boats in Kerala's Alappuzha district, heralding the beginning of the tourist season in the state.
The thought of a 3,000-mile rowing adventure - particularly one complicated by deadly sharks, mighty tides and fearsome waves - would see most experienced oarsmen reduced to trembling wrecks.
As anyone who watched The Social Network will know, these are the awesome oarsmen famed for their $65m out-of-court settlement with Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg.