Making rowing available to all

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Making rowing available to all

Olympic Rowing Champion Mark Hunter is all too familiar with the common view that rowing is only available to public school children.

But since retiring from the sport, the gold medal winner is trying to change that myth.

The East ender done good is now dedicating his time to making sure rowing is accessible for everyone.

His role working with schools and youth clubs across the capital is giving 11 to 18 year olds the chance to get involved in a sport they otherwise wouldn't have access to.

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