Single Scull (1x)

Single sculls (1x) are small boats for one person with two oars.

Single sculls do not have coxswains.

The single scull is the most efficient human powered water vehicle ever invented.

The length of a single scull is approximately 8.2 metres (27 feet)

The minimum weight of a single scull is 14 kilograms (31 pounds)

Grafton Rowing Club President Greg Thompson (above) after winning the "D" Masters Single Scull at the 1992 NSW Masters Regatta at Grafton.


One of Grafton Rowing Club's successful exports - Mitchell Campbell (above) has a number of championships under his belt and has represented Queensland in Tran-Tasman regattas, as well as traveling to England to race at Henley.

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