This section displays links to research, papers and other valuable scientific content about rowing:

Find Your Rowing MOJO


Rigging Surveys

2017 Rigging Survey

2006 Rigging Survey

Rigging Survey Results 2016 Paralympic Games

Rigging Survey Results 2012 Paralympic Games

Rowing Technique Videos

​Essential Sculling Technique 


FISA's policy on Safeguarding

The 2018 JCM presentation on harassment and abuse and the development of FISA's policy can be found here
We strongly encourage you to take the following IOC online course and ask that you share it with your local rowing community - click here


Research presentation, Sandi Kirby, 2019 World Rowing Coaches Conference

International coaches resources


Safety is of the utmost importance when training, being around the boat house and going out on the water.
British Rowing provides resources on policies on these issues and the risks involved.
Safety alerts:
Incident Reporting:
Capsize and Recovery Drill:


Information for Coaches Filming at World Rowing Events

FISA World Rowing Filming Policy (Teams)

Seminar documents 

The below documents are from seminars delivered as part of the annual Piediluco Training Camp before the Paola D’Aloja Memorial Regatta that is a joint collaboration with the Italian Rowing Federation and FISA to help coaches and athletes preparing towards the rowing season.

Martinelli presentation: lumbo-pelvic-hip complex during rowing

Cerasola presentation: monitoring and tapering


Selection Best Times Document 2018

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