Published Thursday, 15 August 2013
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Alan Campbell and the Chambers brothers have tasted Olympic success and now, a new star is emerging in the form of Joel Cassells.
The outstanding young oarsman has sets his sights on medal glory.
Cassells is already in Team GB's under-23 lightweight fours and he's just won silver at the World Championships under-23 level.
He told UTV just what exactly a training session entails.
"It involves a lot of cold, hard, rainy winter days.
"Mostly you get up at about six o'clock and get a bit of porridge into you, get ready and go down to the course, get stretched, warm up, get ready and do a big long paddle on the first session, a bit of battle paddling between one or two eights, a bit of a break and craic with the lads and then onto the second session, probably short but even harder work."
He insisted that there is no way you can succeed at the top level without hard work, dedication and team work.
"Then obviously a fantastic coaching staff and when I was at Bann for six years I couldn't get any better than Seamus Reynolds."
"Success breeds success," said Reynolds, who is the head coach at the rowing club.
He continued, saying that Richard and Peters Chambers, along with Alan Campbell, visit the club each time they are home to encourage the young athletes.
"I am sure the two light-weights are looking over their shoulders as well because maybe in two or three years time Joel could be pushing them boys for a seat in the boat for real.
"That will be his goal."
Cassells agreed: Oh yeah. I would love to be the fourth, the fourth man to go to the Olympics, and that's really I suppose the ultimate goal for every rower -to get into the Olympics."
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