The Warwick Rowers are 10

The Warwick Rowers have returned for their 2019 Crowdfunder campaign and this year’s calendar marks the group’s 10th anniversary. To celebrate the landmark, the rowers have recruited New Zealand single sculler Robbie Manson.

Manson was one of 11 openly gay male athletes at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympic Games. In 2017 Manson set a new world best time at the World Rowing Cup in Poznań, Poland.

In recent years the rowers have travelled to Spain and the United States to shoot scenes for the calendar and this years sees Sydney, Australia; and Positano, Italy added to that list. This years offering also includes shoots in England as well as a return to Spain.

From the promotional video for the Crowdfunder campaign and the various social media posts, a few new faces have made an appearance including a first for the naked rowers, twins. They join some familiar faces including Lucas, who is appearing in his third calendar and Amir.

This year’s Crowdfunder campaign also introduces a number of new products and ways of delivering the products to you. Rather than one or two films with approximately 60 minutes of footage, the films this year will arrive as 12 monthly instalments with at least 20 minutes of new footage in each one. This works out as approximately four hours of naked rowers to enjoy in 2019.

There is also a combined subscription which delivers at least 20 minutes of video and more than 100 images to your account each month. Still images will be sent at the beginning of each month and the new film around the middle, so you will never be much more than two weeks away from brand new Warwick Rowers content throughout the whole of 2019.

As well as the calendar and the image collections, the coffee table book also returns retaining the same lower price as last year of £99.99.

The Crowdfunder ends later this month when prices will increase.

For more information on the Crowdfunder including the range of products available and the prices, visit the Warwick Rowers website.

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