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# Show that you know first aid for and how to prevent injuries or illnesses that could occur while rowing, including cold and heat reactions, dehydration, contusions, lacerations, and blisters.
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#:a. Identify the conditions that must exist before performing CPR on a person. Explain how such conditions are recognized.
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#:a. Explain to your counselor the most likely hazards you may encounter while participating in rowing activities, including weather- and water-related hazards, and what you should do to anticipate, help prevent, mitigate, and respond to these hazards.
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#:b. Demonstrate proper technique for performing CPR '''using a training device approved by your counselor'''.
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#:b. Review prevention, symptoms, and first-aid treatment for the following injuries or illnesses that can occur while rowing: blisters, hypothermia, heat related illnesses, dehydration, sunburn, sprains, and strains.
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# Before doing the following requirements, successfully complete the [[BSA Swim Test|BSA swimmer test]]. Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth. Level off and swim 75 yards in a strong manner using one or more of the following strokes: sidestroke, breaststroke, trudgen, or crawl; then swim 25 yards using an easy, resting backstroke. The 100 yards must be completed in one swim without stops and must include at least one sharp turn. After completing the swim, rest by floating.
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#:c. Review the BSA Safety Afloat policy. Explain to your counselor how this applies to rowing activities.
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# Review and discuss Safety Afloat and demonstrate the proper fit and use of personal flotation devices (PFDs).
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# Before doing the following requirements, successfully complete the BSA swimmer test. Jump feet first into water over your head in depth. Level off and swim 75 yards in a strong manner using one or more of the following strokes: sidestroke, breaststroke, trudgen, or crawl; then swim 25 yards using an easy, resting backstroke. The 100 yards must be completed in one swim without stops and must include at least one sharp turn. After completing the swim, rest by floating.
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# Do ONE of the following:
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# Review the characteristics of life jackets most appropriate for rowing and why one must always be worn while rowing. Then demonstrate how to select and fit a life jacket.
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#:a. Alone or with a passenger, do the following correctly in either a fixed-seat or sliding-seat rowboat:
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# Do ONE of the following:
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#::1. Launch
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#:a. Alone or with a passenger, do the following in either a fixed-seat or sliding-seat rowboat:
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#::2. Row in a straight line for a quarter mile. Stop, make a pivot turn, and return to the starting point.
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#::1. Launch.
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#::3. Backwater in a straight line for 50 yards. Make a turn under way and return to the starting point.
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#::2. Row in a straight line for 100 yards. Stop, pivot, and return to the starting point.
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#::4. Land and moor or rack your craft.
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#::3. Backwater in a straight line for 25 yards. Make a turn under way and return to the starting point.
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#::5. Tie the following mooring knots: - clove hitch, roundturn with two half-hitches, bowline, Wellman's knot, and mooring hitch.
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#::4. Land and moor or rack your craft.
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#:b. Participate as a rowing team member in a competitive rowing meet. The team may be sponsored by a school, club, or Scout unit. The meet must include competition between two or more teams with different sponsors. Complete at least 10 hours of team practice prior to the meet.
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#::5. Tie the following mooring knots—clove hitch, roundturn with two half-hitches, bowline, Wellman’s knot, and mooring hitch.
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# Do ONE of the following:
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#:b. Participate as a rowing team member in a competitive rowing meet. The team may be sponsored by a school, club, or Scout unit. The meet must include competition between two or more teams with different sponsors. Complete at least 10 hours of team practice prior to the meet.
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#:a. In a fixed-seat rowboat, come alongside a dock and help a passenger into the boat. Pull away from the dock, change positions with your passenger, and scull in good form over the stern for 10 yards, including at least one 180-degree turn. Resume your rowing position, return alongside the pier, and help your passenger out of the boat.
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# Do ONE of the following:
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#:b. In a sliding-seat rowboat, come alongside a pier and, with your buddy assisting you, get out onto the pier. Help your buddy into the boat. Reverse roles with your buddy and repeat the procedure.
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#:a. In a fixed-seat rowboat, come alongside a pier and help a passenger into the boat. Pull away from the pier, change positions with your passenger, and demonstrate sculling over the stern or side. Resume your rowing position, return alongside the pier, and help your passenger out of the boat.
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# Participate in a swamped boat drill, including righting and stabilizing the craft, reboarding in deep water, and making headway. Tell why you should stay with a swamped boat.
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#:b. In a sliding-seat rowboat, come alongside a pier and, with your buddy assisting you, get out onto the pier. Help your buddy into the boat. Reverse roles with your buddy and repeat the procedure.
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# Alone in a rowboat, push off from the shore or a dock. Row 10 yards to a swimmer. While giving instructions to the swimmer, turn the boat so that the swimmer can hold onto the stern. Tow him to shore.
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# Participate in a swamped boat drill including righting and stabilizing the craft, reboarding in deep water, and making headway. Tell why you should stay with a swamped boat.
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# Show or explain the proper use of anchors for rowboats.
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# Alone in a rowboat, push off from the shore or a pier. Row 20 yards to a swimmer. While giving instructions to the swimmer, pivot the boat so that the swimmer can hold on to the stern. Tow him to shore.
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# Describe the following:
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# Describe the following:
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#:a. Types of crafts used in commercial, competitive, and recreational rowing.
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#:a. Types of craft used in commercial, competitive, and recreational rowing.
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#:b. Four common boat building materials. Give some positive and negative points of each.
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#:b. Four common boatbuilding materials. Give some positive and negative points of each.
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#:c. Types of oarlocks used in competitive, and recreational rowing.
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#:c. Types of oarlocks used in competitive and recreational rowing.
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# Discuss the following:
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# Discuss the following:
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#:a. The advantage of feathering oars while rowing
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#:a. The advantage of feathering oars while rowing
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#:b. Precautions regarding strong winds and heavy waves, and boat-handling procedures in rough water and windstorms.
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#:b. Precautions regarding strong winds and heavy waves, and boat-handling procedures in rough water and windstorms
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#:c. How to properly fit out and maintain a boat in season, and how to prepare and store a boat for winter
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#:c. How to properly fit out and maintain a boat in season, and how to prepare and store a boat for winter
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#:d. How to calculate the weight a boat can carry under normal conditions
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#:d. How to determine the proper length of oars
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#:e. The differences between fixed-seat and sliding-seat rowing
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#:e. The differences between fixed-seat and sliding-seat rowing
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#:f. The different meanings of the term sculling in fixed- and sliding-seat rowing
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#:f. The different meanings of the term sculling in fixed- and sliding-seat rowing
#:g. The health benefits from rowing for exercise
#:g. The health benefits from rowing for exercise
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  1. Do the following:
    a. Explain to your counselor the most likely hazards you may encounter while participating in rowing activities, including weather- and water-related hazards, and what you should do to anticipate, help prevent, mitigate, and respond to these hazards.
    b. Review prevention, symptoms, and first-aid treatment for the following injuries or illnesses that can occur while rowing: blisters, hypothermia, heat related illnesses, dehydration, sunburn, sprains, and strains.
    c. Review the BSA Safety Afloat policy. Explain to your counselor how this applies to rowing activities.
  2. Before doing the following requirements, successfully complete the BSA swimmer test. Jump feet first into water over your head in depth. Level off and swim 75 yards in a strong manner using one or more of the following strokes: sidestroke, breaststroke, trudgen, or crawl; then swim 25 yards using an easy, resting backstroke. The 100 yards must be completed in one swim without stops and must include at least one sharp turn. After completing the swim, rest by floating.
  3. Review the characteristics of life jackets most appropriate for rowing and why one must always be worn while rowing. Then demonstrate how to select and fit a life jacket.
  4. Do ONE of the following:
    a. Alone or with a passenger, do the following in either a fixed-seat or sliding-seat rowboat:
    1. Launch.
    2. Row in a straight line for 100 yards. Stop, pivot, and return to the starting point.
    3. Backwater in a straight line for 25 yards. Make a turn under way and return to the starting point.
    4. Land and moor or rack your craft.
    5. Tie the following mooring knots—clove hitch, roundturn with two half-hitches, bowline, Wellman’s knot, and mooring hitch.
    b. Participate as a rowing team member in a competitive rowing meet. The team may be sponsored by a school, club, or Scout unit. The meet must include competition between two or more teams with different sponsors. Complete at least 10 hours of team practice prior to the meet.
  5. Do ONE of the following:
    a. In a fixed-seat rowboat, come alongside a pier and help a passenger into the boat. Pull away from the pier, change positions with your passenger, and demonstrate sculling over the stern or side. Resume your rowing position, return alongside the pier, and help your passenger out of the boat.
    b. In a sliding-seat rowboat, come alongside a pier and, with your buddy assisting you, get out onto the pier. Help your buddy into the boat. Reverse roles with your buddy and repeat the procedure.
  6. Participate in a swamped boat drill including righting and stabilizing the craft, reboarding in deep water, and making headway. Tell why you should stay with a swamped boat.
  7. Alone in a rowboat, push off from the shore or a pier. Row 20 yards to a swimmer. While giving instructions to the swimmer, pivot the boat so that the swimmer can hold on to the stern. Tow him to shore.
  8. Describe the following:
    a. Types of craft used in commercial, competitive, and recreational rowing.
    b. Four common boatbuilding materials. Give some positive and negative points of each.
    c. Types of oarlocks used in competitive and recreational rowing.
  9. Discuss the following:
    a. The advantage of feathering oars while rowing
    b. Precautions regarding strong winds and heavy waves, and boat-handling procedures in rough water and windstorms
    c. How to properly fit out and maintain a boat in season, and how to prepare and store a boat for winter
    d. How to determine the proper length of oars
    e. The differences between fixed-seat and sliding-seat rowing
    f. The different meanings of the term sculling in fixed- and sliding-seat rowing
    g. The health benefits from rowing for exercise

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