Redgrave had the experience and the big-race cool; Pinsent had become the strongest oarsman in Britain, perhaps the world.
oarsman used to be bare-footed and their feet were hard and cracked.
I gather the boat club objects to other craft using their own stretch of river where they train oarsman.
A keen oarsman, Andy rows for a club in Bath.
An international oarsman, he was also a notable gardener.
I'd say he is the second best bow side oarsman around.
One of the youngest winning oarsman ever was Matthew Smith, 18 years - Oxford 2000.
The Lent Term began very promisingly, with the second schoolboy oarsman joining his colleague who had rowed in the Fairbairns ' .
John B Kelly Jr. grew into a champion oarsman also. but even greater fame befell his daughter.
The whole process was highly dangerous and the crew, each one an expert oarsman, risked their lives to save those of others.
oarsman's really no excuse for that sort of behavior, especially from allegedly experienced oarsmen.
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