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Rowing Quizzes & Trivia

One of the greatest college and high-school sports of all time, rowing has a deep history all it’s own! As you grab your oar, and navigate your way through this trivia quiz, be sure to share this great quiz with your friends.

There really isn’t a better way to prove your superiority to your friends and family.Rowing takes time, practice, and dedication. This quiz is sure to push you to the limit of your rowing knowledge. Whether you were a member of a crew in high school, or you just recently caught an
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It is called the crew in the USA,  but it is said to have its origins in ancient Egypt. The sport consisted of propelling a boat on water using oars. What do you know about rowing? Take our quiz and see if you can complete...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 332   |  Last updated: Feb 9, 2019
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    What equipment is used for this sport?

It is common knowledge that rowing possibly started in ancient Egypt. Today, this sport is one of the disciplines that you can watch during the Olympics. It is impressive because those involved in this sport get to showcase how...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 218   |  Last updated: Feb 10, 2019
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    How are the boats used for this sport called?

Beginner Rower  As a Beginner Rower you are not longer considered a Junior rowing (ages 12-18) or a new adult rower. As a beginner you must always be accompanied by a coach in a SCRC program or private lesson. Anyone...

Questions: 15  |  Attempts: 88   |  Last updated: Feb 28, 2013
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    What is the major difference between sweeping and sculling? 

Advanced Rower As an Advanced Rower you have shown the initiative to further your rowing skills through a demonstrating the skills listed in the Intermediate Rowing assessment.  As an Advanced Rower it is assumed that...

Questions: 20  |  Attempts: 37   |  Last updated: Apr 15, 2019
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    Wind going against the flow of the Allegheny River (west to east) can create large white caps. Even downstream wind up to 10 miles per hour can create dangerous rowing conditions
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