Both Braca Sport and Croker Oars have trialled ‘wave’ formation blades in the past. These designs involve extending the top lip in an attempt to capture the water flowing over the blade. The aim of this design was to create more hold or grip on the water. You will also notice some current C2’s seem […]
I will be making a presentation about the discovery, development and certification of the RANDALLfoil at the forthcoming FISA Coaches Conference in Berlin. For those who are attending, please come and say hello.
Oars shafts contribute to boat speed purely as a lever. Oar Shaft Drag is the extent in which an oar shaft encounters the water, counteracting the forward momentum of the boat. The rower’s effort moves the boat but with normal oars is required to move up to half of the oar shaft through the water.