WinTech Racing announces a Club Trainer Small Boat sale going on through the end of August. The promotion is applicable to the Club Trainer Single (1x) and Pair/Double (2-/x). For more information on the boats, please visit the product pages by clicking on the boats below.
The USRowing Women’s Open Weight National Team has been training and racing in WinTech singles and pair/doubles since the beginning of the 2015 season.
“WinTech Double/Pairs are solid boats. The athletes like them and that’s the best endorsement. Construction is solid and the shape is plenty quick.” ~ Tom Terhaar | U.S. Women’s National Team Coach
Contact your local sales rep for more details and to place an order.
- Offer good through August 31
- Club Trainer models only
- Not applicable with other offers
- Time of delivery based on availability
Dr. Valery Kleshnev of BioRow Ltd. – a rowing biomechanics consulting company – recently performed a drag factor test of four singles, one of which was the WinTech Medalist.
Per the April 2015 newsletter:
“Four singles of different brands were recently tested in an indoor tank (600m long, 16m wide, 7m depth, constant temperature +16 C) at Krylov State Research Centre in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
The boats were:
- Empacher (X10 A115, 2013, 85-100kg)
- Filippi (F14, 2011, 80-95kg)
- Wintech (Medalist, 2014, 75-85kg)
- Nowing (local boat builder, 2014, 75-85kg)
The purposes of the test were to define the drag factors of each boat using two methods: rowing and towing, and then to find their correlation.”
The findings favored the Medalist, citing:
“Summary of the results of rowing and towing measurements: WinTech boat had the lowest average drag factor, Empacher 0.78% higher, Nowing 2.35% higher, and Filippi 2.95% higher. At the propulsive power 400W (rowing power 508W and time at 2km race about 6:35), above differences in the drag factor would give the advantage to WinTech of 1.02seconds over Empacher, 3.06s over Nowing, and 3.84s over Filippi.“
For the full article visit biorow.org. More information about the WinTech Medalist.