At Georgetown, This Kind of Thing is Called “Crew”

God bless the Korean Central News Agency for publishing this photo under the caption: “Brisk Maritime Physical Training.” Perhaps they are preparing for the annual fight against Dartmouth. How does one say “regatta” in Korean?

And here’s the brief bit of copy accompanying this photo:

Pyongyang, March 21 (KCNA) — Players of the Sports Team under the Ministry of Land and Marine Transport conduct maritime sports training in spring. -0-

NOTE: Yes, I know, this is actually sculling, not crew. 

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