In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I would never have become a cox if I had grown to the height of my brother.
- In sweep rowing events, the rower nearest the cox - the stroke - is vital as they set the rhythm of the boat.
- The diminutive Moynihan picked up an Olympic silver as a rowing cox in 1980.
- ‘Our cox was spending most of her time bailing us out,’ said Susannah.
- Aseer's team consisted of four oarsmen and a cox.
- Rowing conditions were perfect in particular for coxes who have to manoeuvre the course with care and skill.
- The cox gave the sprint call earlier than planned to get away from the Chinese.
- Of course, the whole problem could be avoided if the rowers would just keep their eyes on the cox.
- And Aitkin seems to be destined to be our cox, in a strange reversal of tradition.
- Not all the shorties want to be jockeys and coxes!
- Hodge's position in the eight-man crew was as stroke man, opposite the cox.
- The cox's shouts of ‘hold it up’ and ‘pull hard’ resonated clearly in my ears.
- The Rowing Council are sponsoring three seminars educating coxes about the racing line on the Championship course.
- France's cox goes in the drink after winning the lightweight eight.
- The cox aims to use their rudder as little as possible.
- In return the cox steered and motivated the crew.
- The Sports Council contributed €5,000 towards the cost of sending rowers and coxes to these championships.
- The responsibilities of the cox are emphasised together with the responsibilities of clubs to coach steering and navigation.
- In total, over 100 coxes, coaches and club representatives attended the two sessions.
- Only two coxes have not already represented their country at senior level.
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- The road to the final was going to end for one crew in the men's coxed four.
- Price discovered rowing in high school when a friend introduced him to coxing.
- In 2001 they won the World Championship in the coxless pairs and then in the coxed pairs.
- This is Schmunk's second year in the coxed pair after finishing fifth in 2001.
- Egypt's coxswain, who also coxes his country's eight, propelled his boat into the lead.
- My only concession to traditional or ‘Outdated’ methods of Marathon preparations was to cox rather than row.
- During the attempt Goodall acted as ‘helper’ aiding the team, coxing and calling strategy.
- The two will now compete at this year's World Championships in a coxed pair.
- The event is a sliding seat coxed four and the rowers must have some use of legs, trunk and arms,.
- Any traditional style, coxed passenger carrying boat may take part.
- Four members of the crew then went on to win S1 coxed fours in 12 mins 33 secs.
- The racing opened with the men's coxed four repechage.
- France qualifies for the final in the coxed four
- At the World Championships in 2001 they not only won the pair, they took away a second gold medal in the coxed pair.
- Richard, also 23, was a winner at Henley with Molesey in the Britannia Cup coxed fours.
- After all, he had coxed the Peterhouse eight in his university days.
- A former Olympic event, the coxed pair has become less popular but these athletes were taking it very seriously.
- If you are coxing a small boat, steer 30° to starboard of the wind direction, at 6-8 knots.
- Usually there is a boat full of tall men being coxed by a dwarf, but we've got a boat of midgets coxed by a six footer.
- The second race featured the open coxed four for those with the use of legs trunk and arms.
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