The multiple award-winning and globally acclaimed Warwick Rowers announce the official launch of their 2017 calendar with the release of a viral video and a whole range of new products on their website at warwickrowers.org.  All profits go to charity and this year, with the help of Visit Britain, the hunky athletes have been able to get their kit off in a range of stunning, historic locations.

The rowers first produced a calendar in 2009 as a fundraising and awareness campaign. Their message was to promote inclusive and respectful attitudes towards people of all genders and sexualities. The money raised from the calendar helps to fund rowing programs at the University of Warwick and an on-going charity called Sports Allies, a charity which shares the rower’s message of inclusivity in sport.

This year, the boys also produced a cheeky promotional video. However, it’s close to the bone nudity meant that it was banned from youtube!

To buy the calendar, read more about the projects or to see the cheeky video, visit the Warwick Rower’s website – www.warwickrowers.org

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Natalie has been an LGBT journalist for 12 years and joined the Fyne team in 2001. Her interests outside of work are cycling, running and badminton. She is also studying for a degree in psychology.

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