rowing by a single oarsman in a racing shell.
"bowman:a person who oars, rows, or paddles at the bow of a boat."
A person who oars, rows, or paddles at the bow of a boat.
In sculling, each oarsman pulls simultaneously on two oars mounted on opposite sides of the boat.In rowing, each oarsman uses a single oar.
a boat propelled by oarsmen and designed for racing.
The oar or the person wielding the oar closest to the bow.
The natives paddled us over to the other side of the river.
Paddle stroke frequency and rhythm of Chinese and foreign elite single woman kayakers
The sculling boat classes are the single,
The method of rowing such a boat, in which the persons fore and aft use one oar each and the person amidships uses two.
The act of feathering the blade of an oar in rowing.
To drag an oar at the end of a stroke.
Comparative Study on Rowing Technique of Women Single Sculls of Elite Athletes at Home and Abroad;
Comparative study on elite flatwater canoeists' paddling skill both in China and Abroad
Huck at the after oar and Joe at the forward.
blade：The flattened or spoon-shaped part of an oar that touches the water during rowing.
The rower lose their rhythm and the boat lose speed.
The rowers lost their rhythm and the boat lost speed