The Ideal Rower with Mahe Drysdale [NZL]. Olympic champion Mahe Drysdale and Team GB coach Robin Williams discuss the physical and mental attributes needed for Olympic rowing.
From the timing, power and mental strength needed to the race itself, London 2012 Olympic champion Mahe Drysdale and Team GB high performance coach Robin Williams give you a step by step guide to Rowing.
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