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  • Hellenistic-era warships — The famous 2nd century BC Nike of Samothrace, standing atop the prow of an oared warship, most probably a trihemiolia. From the 4th century BC on, new types of oared warships appeared in the Mediterranean Sea, superseding the trireme and… …   Wikipedia

  • College rowing — Rowing is one of the oldest intercollegiate sports in the United States. However, rowers comprise only 2.2% of total college athletes. This may be in part because of the status of rowing as an amateur sport and because not all universities have… …   Wikipedia

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  • College rowing (United States) — Rowing is the oldest in the United States.Fact|date=August 2007 Despite this, rowers comprise only 2.2% of total college athletes. This may be in part because of the status of rowing as an amateur sport and because not all universities have… …   Wikipedia

  • Coastal and offshore rowing — Not to be confused with Ocean rowing which involves crossing entire oceans. A Cornish pilot gig, a six crew boat returning from a race at Falmouth in Cornwall. Coastal and offshore rowing is a type of rowing performed at sea. Due to the harsher… …   Wikipedia

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