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By David Davenport-Smith The sport of rowing has long been dominated by men, but as the women’s game has grown and diversified, the sport has also become more diverse.
It is still dominated by women but, as women gain more experience in the sport, rowing is starting to attract more men, too.
The latest World Rowing Federation (WRF) rankings, published in the Sport Bible, revealed that the number of men in the top 100 rowing nations in 2016 was the highest since 2005.
This year, the WRF had a total of 8,084 men ranked among the top 10 nations in the global rankings.
Rowing is the fastest-growing sports in the UK and the WRG has been keen to see the number and diversity of men rise.
“We’re pleased to see more women competing in sport and we’re proud to have so many men joining us in rowing,” said Richard O’Neill, head of women’s rowing at the WRI.
“The number of male members in our top 100 is up from last year and that’s a testament to the support and support they provide,” he added.
While there are still a number of countries where the majority of rovers are men, women have made significant strides over the past 10 years.
In 2017, there were 4,816 women in the 100 ranking.
There were just 779 men on the top 1,000 rankings in the year ending March 2019.
The increase in women in roffing is an encouraging sign, said Mike Taylor, director of the International Federation of Sport and Fitness.
“There are still some places where women are not doing as well, so that’s something we need to keep on trying to improve,” he said.
The WRF has a number for each rowing nation in its global ranking, and it can be used to compare the strength of each nation’s national rowing programmes.
The WRF is looking at the strength and size of the national rowings, as well as the number on the World Ranking and the number in the international rankings, as they can be very helpful to the sport’s progress.
The women’s national rankings have also increased significantly over the years.
They have risen from 16 to 27 in 2017, from 16 in 2017 to 25 in 2018, and from 28 to 33 in 2019.
Women’s roffings grew from 13,074 in 2006 to 14,965 in 2019, which is an increase of 1,721.
The number on each ranking reflects the number athletes on each national roffling team in a country.
The number on a national ranking can only reflect the number rowing in that country, while the number at the top can be considered a country-wide average.
In 2018, there was an increase in men’s rofing, from 8,923 to 10,061.
However, the overall number of roffers in the WRU is down by 0.2%.
While the number is a good indicator of the strength in a sport, the number can also show how much the country has changed over the last decade.
For example, England is now ranked 12th out of the top 200 countries in the World Rankings.
England’s national ranking has increased from 28 in 2017.
England has improved its ranking from fourth in 2005 to fourth in 2018.
“It’s a really positive sign, but England is still a long way off from being at the level that we are in today,” said Taylor.
“And, for sure, we will have to keep working to get there.”
England is still at the lower end of the world, but it’s got a really strong national programme, a strong women’s programme and it’s doing really well.
So, it’s not a surprise.