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Howard Ruby – Publishers Note Three

Welcome back again to the Ruby Rowing Chronicle “Now you are an accomplished rower, so next week let’s start REAL training.” – Iva, my coach and partner. For the last

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Racing Schedule – 2019

In the spring and summer, most of the masters division of races are what is called sprint races which are 1,000 meters long, college and elite rowing schedules are about a

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2019 – World Indoor Championships – Long Beach

The rowing machine makes for one hell of a race. Seems impossible that that little machine that we use in the gyms all over America and the world could have

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2018 – Long Beach Christmas Regatta

This race is put on by the Long Beach Rowing Association. It’s made up of quite a few really nice people, so I joined to support their activities. This particular

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2018 – Head Of The Marina Regatta

Our second Marina Del Rey regatta was a huge success. A large crowd of friends, relatives, and fans overflowed the Marina del Rey hotel to watch my new partner and

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Sea Critters – We Are Not Alone Out There

Yesterday while rowing in a strong wind with waves and chop, we had a visit by a pair of dolphins. Now we’ve seen dolphins before, but these two were mighty

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2018 – San Diego Fall Classic

The San Diego 5k Was Weird This is a 5,000 meter race, which looks just about like a corkscrew the way they have the course laid out. The boats kept

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2018 – Head Of The America Regatta – Sacramento

Head of the America race was full of fun and hijinks. All was going well on this beautiful day on the American River back bay. There were just two lanes.

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Advanced Rowing Techniques

One of the secrets of great rowing is having your core truly solid during the Drive. Of course, your core is made up of your abs, and your glutes (butt),

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