This page lists links to people and clubs which are the focus for specific sections of the rowing community. If you would like to be added to this page, please email the Rowing Service.
- Barry Strassler, editor ofDEAFSPORTSZINE, would like to hear from any rowers deaf in both ears.
- Stig Fischer Bjerregaard runs FISA rowing tours.
- Marilyn Shapiro is the Fisa Pleasure Rowing Commission equivalent in the USA.
- Pat McKeon is a diabetic who has rowed and done triathlon at high levels while controlling his blood sugar with insulin. In his own words: "there is no reason for diabetes to keep anyone from pursuing their athletic goals, whether that's an easy row down to the bridge or anOlympic gold medal." He is happy for any diabetic rowers to get in touch for help and advice. He can also be called in the US on +(650) 694-5720 (work).
- John Rudoff is a cardiologist who also rows and is very interested in heart-related complaints suffered by rowers.
- Stephen Seiler is another doctor, with a primary interest in physiology and masters sport. His "MAPP" website is a treasure trove of useful information for masters and other athletes.
- For UK university oarspersons, visit the Rowing League which pits you against those of a similar training schedule all year round.
- The CAMSIS contact is Mike Freidberg. CAMSIS is the association of ex-Oxford and ex-Cambridge rowers at all levels, who in their own words "wobble down the Potomac" annually every September.