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scull

1. a single oar moved from side to side over the stern of a boat to propel it
2. one of a pair of short-handled oars, both of which are pulled by one oarsman, esp in a racing shell
3. a racing shell propelled by an oarsman or oarsmen pulling two oars
4. a race between racing shells, each propelled by one, two, or four oarsmen pulling two oars
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Joseph Adamson claimed victory for Chester-le-Street in both the open single sculls and J18 single sculls, Roman Bowery capturing the J15 single, Eve Larsen the J18 girls' single and Bobbie Forster the women's single sculls.
Reigning women's double sculls champion Grainger was among those smiling at the Lagoa, having secured progress with Vicky Thornley.
Men's single sculls Women's coxless pair Helen Glover and Heather Stanning won the first of Great Britain's 29 golds at the 2012 Olympics but bookmakers don't expect Team GB to get off the mark in any of the events starting today.
Since her return two years ago the 40-year-old has forged a new double sculls partnership with Vicky Thornley.
He qualified for the Games in the men's singles sculls after winning a silver medal at the FISA Asian and Oceania Olympic Qualification Regatta at Chung- ju, South Korea, on Monday.
The UAE remains our primary market across our businesses and we are pleased that DSE continues to be the primary driver of Drake & Sculls growth.
ROWING (7): Women's singles sculls final; Men's Quadruple sculls final; Lightweight women's quadruple sculls final; Lightweight men's doubles sculls final; Lightweight men's single sculls final; Women's pairs final; Women's doubles sculls final.
After reaching an impressive 14 nals, Britain recorded wins in the men's four, the men's quadruple sculls, the women's pair and the lightweight women's double sculls.
After reaching an impressive 14 finals, Britain recorded wins in the men's four, the men's quadruple sculls, the women's pair and the lightweight women's double sculls.
Unlike the flat bottom and square bow of the punt, the 12- to 14-foot sculls had many designs that included a slightly curved hull, a pointed bow and a non-existent silhouette that allowed a prone hunter to lay under the water line while propelling the boat with a single oar extending out of a hole in the stern.
An excellent performance from Josh Bugajski saw him win the IM1 sculls category and be the fastest scull of the day.
GREAT Britain added two more golds to their medal haul at the rowing World Championships in Slovenia with victories in the women's double and lightweight women's quadruple sculls.