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Rio 2016 Olympics: Rowing

Olympian James Cracknell is rowing in Lincolnshire TODAY!

olympian james cracknell is rowing in lincolnshire today!
Find out where he is so you can catch a glimpse of the gold medalist in action
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This Gnarly Photo of An Olympic Rower’s Chewed Up Hands is Truly Disturbing

Pictured above is Alex Gregory — a two-time Olympic Gold Medal-winning rower as part of a four-man team for Great Britain. Pay particular attention to his hands. They appear normal, right? That was..
Mediaite

Videos for Rio 2016 Olympics: Rowing

News video: VIDEO Rowing opens up scholarships for Allentown students

VIDEO Rowing opens up scholarships for Allentown students

VIDEO Rowing opens up scholarships for Allentown students
Source: WFMZ Allentown, PA -

 

Bath man eyes gruelling Alps challenge and Dorothy House ball to raise thousands of pounds in memory of wife

bath man eyes gruelling alps challenge and dorothy house ball to raise thousands of pounds in memory of wife
The charity ball auction includes an Indian safari and rowing with an Olympic champion
Bath Chronicle

Rowing: Special night to honour legends

rowing: special night to honour legends
New Zealand rowing's highest achievers will be celebrated at Lake Karapiro tonight.Rowing New Zealand are marking several notable achievements in one hit, the high points including honouring double..
New Zealand Herald

Olympic rower posts jaw-dropping picture of wrinkly hands

olympic rower posts jaw-dropping picture of wrinkly hands
Cheltenham-born Olympic Gold medallist Alex Gregory, 33, revealed how shrivelled his hands became on his Arctic expedition, which gave him 'the rowing equivalent of trench foot'.
MailOnline

Olympian shares a photo of his hands after Arctic row and OMG

Olympic level athletics at sub zero temperatures require sacrifices of the body and sometimes the side effects of are down right heinous. SEE ALSO: Facebook's live sports ambitions add college..
Mashable


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