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  • Download and complete the relevant sculling course application form (see below), and download and complete the introductory membership form . Transfer the course fee (earlybird or full), which includes ...
  • Individual and crew coaching Setting and reviewing individual objectives Video analysis Basics of sculling-boat rigging Stretching for rowing  ...
  • The course runs from Monday to Friday, from approximately 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, except on the Friday when it finishes at around 2 p.m. You should arrive at ...
  • The coaching team varies week to week, but regulars are: ( left to right ) Tom Gale is the Chief Coach of Tideway Scullers School and currently ...
  • A cooked lunch is provided with fresh fruit, including a vegetarian option if requested. Please indicate any dietary requirements on the application form.
  • Close-fitting clothes, preferably lycra T-shirts and a warm top such as a fleece Wellies. It's a good idea to have wellies a size too large, ...
  • Yes, there will be a container in which you can keep small items during the course, but it is advisable not to bring anything of value to the club.
  • The address of Tideway Scullers School is Dan Mason Drive, Dukes Meadow, Chiswick, London W4 2SH. Click here for a map of how to find us .  ...
  • The Tideway is a dangerous place and needs to be treated with respect. Life jackets are not provided for scullers taking part in the course, because of the nature of ...
  • No, this is a non-residential course. There are lots of airbnbs locally, and the nearest campsite is Chertsey Camping and Caravanning Club: 01932 562405.
  • These courses are for scullers who have competed in singles and wish to improve their racing performance. The course usually comprises eighteen to twenty athletes working primarily in single sculls, although ...
  • Please e-mail scullingcourses@tidewayscullers.com . We will let you know who to contact during the course if for any reason you cannot attend on day.
  • The Tideway Scullers School ('the Club') courses are organised and run by its members to promote participation in sculling and to support the membership base of the Club.  ...