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oarsman

a man who rows, esp one who rows in a racing boat
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Jade will join the likes of runner Mo Farah, oarswoman Katherine Grainger and the triathlon Brownlee brothers in a one-off remake of Superstars.
Durham-born oarswoman Jess Eddie was in the women's rowing eight which finished fifth.
It was fitting that it was Grainger, Britain's most successful female oarswoman, who should win the crucial gold as she made it five world titles in a distinguished career.
PLAYING a criminal psychologist might not seem the obvious way to get fit, but actress Niamh Cusack found herself rowing away like mad when writer Paula Milne decided to make her new TV character a good oarswoman.
Similarly, The Oxford Dictionary defines oarsman as "a person who uses oars; a rower," whereas an oarswoman is "a female rower." The New Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, Thumb Index ed., s.v.