I train outside, on lakes and rivers. We row in a lot of different places so I see first hand the quality of the water and environment around me. No one wants to train in a place which is full of garbage or sewage.
I suffer from asthma and so the quality of the air I breathe is very important to me especially when I am training or competing in the outdoors.
Douglas started rowing at McGill University and has been on the National Team since 2002, where they won a Bronze Medal at the World Championships LM4. He is also a 2004 and 2008 Olympian. He has competed at a world level with 3x Bronze medalist at World Rowing Championships, 1 World Cup Gold medal and 2 World Cup Silver medals.