February March Rowing & Regatta magazine out

The latest Rowing & Regatta magazine is now available to digital subscribers – and the print edition is in the post


The February / March edition of Rowing & Regatta magazine is out and focuses on the upcoming season and how clubs are protecting their environment. Different clubs around the country share their top tips for being greener and conservation friendly.

The Women’s Head of the River is celebrating its 80th race this year – Pauline Rayner first competed in the event in 1954 and shares her memories of the race and the sport down the decades.


We also catch up with GB rowers Imogen Grant and Tom George as they prepare for the GB Rowing Team Olympic trials on 13-15 March. “It’s the Olympic year and that’s really exciting,” says Imogen. “Definitely, it has a different feel to it.”

With the Boat Race on Sunday 29 March, we talk to Oxford’s Felix Drinkall about his third Boat Race and Tricia Smith, in her sixth season for Cambridge.

It’s the Olympic year and that’s really exciting

Our coaching section includes the fourth article in the High Quality Land Training series – find out how you can develop strength and power.

Mastering the art of tapering has been of great interest to coaches, athletes and sport scientists for decades. Sarah Moseley, British Rowing Sport Scientist (Physiology) explores the research behind tapering and provides her top tips.

Meanwhile our nutrition section focuses on omega-3 fats and why you should include them in your diet. GB Rowing Team chef Marcin Mazur provides three nutritious meals to boost your omega-3 levels.

All this and more in the February / March edition of Rowing & Regatta magazine.

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