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"What is the difference between rowing and sculling?
"In rowing, each rower uses one oar with both hands. In sculling, each sculler uses two oars, one in each hand. Rowing is also known as sweep rowing and the oars as 'sweep oars'. The oars used in sculling are also known as 'sculls'. Please see our Rowing Guide (or a dictionary) for more."
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