sculling : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n rowing by a single oarsman in a racing shell
- v propel with sculls
- Gilmore stepped ashore and was handed the Philadelphia Challenge Cup, emblematic of the world's singles sculling championship.
- Now the girls are off at college, but many a dawn finds their 50-year-old mother sculling down the Charles, gliding past leafy shores busy with wildlife.
- His daughter Lucy was women's sculling champion of England in 1910-11.
News & Articles
- ON THE WATER: Rowers Shine At President’s Regatta
Long Beach Junior Crew’s training program is designed to introduce high school students to the sport of rowing. Initially they learn the basics of both styles of rowing, sweep rowing and sculling, as
Feb. 21, 2014 - Gazettes.com
- Alan Campbell in Sportinglife.com
This year the standard in the sculling has been higher than ever before,said Campbell. "We've had so many people go under seven minutes and that's not happened in the past. I am pleased to win. I always find the trials tougher than any...
- Rob Waddell in Otago Daily Times
I don't think I've enjoyed sculling as much as I have this year, it's been a lot of fun,Waddell said. "Part of the reason is having someone to train with, someone has to push you along. I've enjoyed getting to know Nathan. I haven't had a...
- Zac Purchase in Worcester News
We're sculling much better than last year, as a double, not two singles,added Purchase, who holds the world singles record. "Over the winter, we stripped it right back to basics, concentrating on the simple things to make sure we're rowing...