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8a056-profile‘Hear the Boat Sing’ (HTBS) was founded in March 2009 by Göran R Buckhorn, a Swede living in Mystic, Connecticut. After five successful years on Blogger, with more than 1,600 blog posts, HTBS has now moved to WordPress, where a team of eight writers are trying to live up to the HTBS motto: ‘This blog covers all aspects of the rich history of rowing, as a sport, culture phenomena, a life style, and a necessary element to keep your wit and stay sane’.

We try to our best ability to answer readers’ questions on rowing and sculling, and if we feel that the question has an interest for the general reader of HTBS, we will come back to you to ask permission to publish the question and the answer on HTBS.

Views in articles on HTBS are entirely the views of the article writers, and not necessarily those of HTBS.

© author & HTBS (www.heartheboatsing.com) 2014. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of the material on HTBS without written permission from HTBS editor and/or the author of the article are strictly prohibited. While we are happy to see excerpts and links being used to HTBS articles, full and clear credit has to been given to the author and http://www.heartheboatsing.com with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

All contacts with HTBS should be made to HTBS editor, Göran R Buckhorn, via e-mail address: gbuckhorn>at<gmail>dot<com

2 comments

    • Dear Doris & Liz ~ one of Railton’s friends is rowing historian Christopher Dodd, whom you can reach at the River & Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames, try his e-mail address there: chris – period – dodd – at sign – rrm – dot – co – dot – uk

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