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Rowing

PR3-PD


Movement or coordination mildly affected throughout the whole body.

Movement moderately affected in one arm.

Moderately affected movement in both feet and ankles

The absence of one foot.

The absence of one hand.

 


PR3-PD rowers have coordination affected at a low level, moderately affected in one arm or the ankles and feet, or the absence of limbs.

These rowers are able to use their legs, trunk and arms to accelerate the boat and can use the sliding seat.