Coxes can wear Sunglasses or Goggles instead of a Visor

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Coxes can wear Sunglasses or Goggles instead of a Visor

Rachel
A few people have found coxing difficult while wearing a mask and Visor. The latest update from British Rowing suggest that it is OK to use sunglasses ( and presumably glasses? ) or goggles rather than a visor to protect your eyes whilst coxing.

"  In a stern loader - coxes should wear both a face covering and eye protection - this eye protection could be goggles, sunglasses or a face visor (a visor protects both eyes and additionally keeps the face covering dry). "


Hope this helps things to feel a bit more normal!

Rachel
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Marilyn Rogers
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Matt
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Rachel
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All of those are suitable alternatives, thank you as always for your support.
Does anyone want to be ladies rowing captain?

Rachel