Welcome! SXULLS tells the story of Germany’s best scullers and their dream of the Olympic Games. Join the athletes until Tokyo 2020!
15 German scullers, 3 boat classes and only 7 seats available. The young scullers have a long and hard way ahead of them. Who will make it into which boat and fulfill his dream of the Olympic Games?
The rowing soul is delighted, because the athletes like to rowing most with their boats on glassy water and sunny weather. But also a training camp has its rules.
Oliver Zeidler, Stephan Krüger, Tim Ole Naske – those are three contenders for the seat in the single scull. Each of them has his very own strengths. In Erba they practice head-to-head.
In the end the coaches select the rowers for the boats. The double scull could become highly competitive. Only the most successful boat of the last years causes some worries.
The ergometer test is the starting point of the selection and well known in the world of rowing: 2,000 meters – human vs. machine.
Single scull is taken – who will make in one of the other boats?
In Duisburg the preliminary decision for the double scull has fallen. How will the coaches decide?
The team is selected – nine athletes are nominated for the European Championships in Lucerne
Rowing European Championships – in Lucerne (Switzerland) the team has to prove itself for the first time internationally
World Rowing Cup III – the dress rehearsal for the World Cup will take place in Rotterdam (Netherlands)
Training Camps – in Weißensee (Austria) and Munich will be working on fine tuning for the World Championchips
Rowing World Championship – the season’s highlight! In Linz (Austria) the boats have to be qualified for TOKYO 2020
First training 2020 – the Olympic season begins and the tickets are redistributed
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