2012/2013 Coach Matt's Handbook
Includes Rules, Varsity Letters, and much, much more.
1996 Olympic Champs (Holland) Training. Watch the great rhythm from the row2k.com site. Lots of other videos there to search through.
Australian Men's Pair Training. More great rhythm with quiet hands and control from Drew Ginn's Youtube site. Multiple Olympic and World Champion. Lots of great footage.
Dutch Women's 8. Swing rowing with good relaxation and rhythm
More Dutch Women
9th Seat: Coxswain Web Site
CoxMate: Includes audio and video when you scroll down.
Bits and Pieces
A selection of other links that I find helpful and informative
The Last Lecture. By Randy Pausch (Carnegie Mellon University). Excellent for all areas of your life.
MaxRigging.com. A good site which you can find some varied topics. Currently a very good discussion about developing a mind set. Also has good links to follow within the articles. Good stuff for daily living, not just rowing. Mike Davenport has a wealth of knowledge and we are lucky he has an open website to learn from. Of course his Melbourne and FIT background makes him a really good guy.
ARCSouthAfrica. A good collection of archived topics. Covers just about every topic you could every want, and in as much detail you could ever need. Good for research and ideas.
Biorow.com. For the serious geeks out there. Goes into scientific detail and testing results. Lots of archived material. Click on the English tab on the left and then search through the years and then topics. Very technical information, but good for those looking for a more scientific reason and explanation of various aspects of the sport.
Long Version. More detailed nutritional plans. Includes just about everything you would need to know.