A flat draw is an efficient draw
It is imperative for crews to understand where the oar should sit in the water during the drive.
It is essential that the athlete lets the blade sit in the water just underneath the surface. You are looking for a flat draw throughout the rowing stroke.
A flat draw is an efficient draw and consequently a more efficient rowing stroke.
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