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The latest from the RowZambezi squad as we prepare for the epic adventure this summer and tackle 900km of the Kafue River, with crocs, hippos, elephants and the unpredictability of water to manage for clean water, for conservation and for coaching rowing.

How a Namibian became a rower

Posted by Maike Diekmann | 20 Oct 2017

My interest in rowing only started in my third year of university at Rhodes University. I was asked

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Kafue Sculling

RowZambezi partners with World Rowing

Posted by Tim Cook | 4 Oct 2017

RowZambezi are delighted to announce their partnership with The World Rowing Federation (FISA).

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Building schools in Zambia

Posted by Stevo | 20 Sep 2017

Being a teacher and a chaplain and unhinged we were asked to set up schools in North West Zambia.

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Micheen Thornycroft

Loving the change - back from retirement

Posted by Micheen Thornycroft | 29 May 2017

I am an Zimbabwean rower and I retired from full time training after racing in Rio in 2016.

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Zoe Training

Operation Waddle & Paddle

Posted by Zoë de Toledo | 15 May 2017

For you must remember that I am easily the least athletic Olympian that you could ever hope to meet

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Down by the river

Kafue River Recce

Posted by Louise Cook | 14 Mar 2017

"We can bring the boats in at this point" said Tim confidently pointing at a squiggle on Google Maps

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