BAT is an acronym formed from the ancient languages of anatomy and the Olympics, Greek and Latin, which represents ”superior understanding of the workings of the body’

Our products and knowledge help people to achieve their goals and reach their full potential while reducing the risk of injury.

Whether you are a beginner or an Olympic Gold medal winner, we want you to achieve your best by making you feel comfortable, allowing you to fit your equipment, improving your performances and reducing your injury risks each and every time you row.

We have analyzed over 2000 athletes of all levels, in-boat and on the ergo with our unique instrumented foot stretcher and we have consulted with countless teams at all levels. This experience and understanding is used by our team of experts in sports medicine, performance innovation and athlete set up to give you the best performance rowing equipment available for your foot stretcher.

As an athlete, your body is your weapon and we want you fully armed to be your best. Rowing has a high rate of injury, particularly around the spine, pelvis and ribs. Our equipment is designed specifically to support the mechanics of rowing and the demands they place on your body.

We have also partnered with some of the World’s best companies to create even better outcomes for athletes.

Project B is the new all-Australian rowing brand created by BAT Logic and Bont Rowing, the rowing branch of Bont Cycling, a company known and widely respected for their innovation and high performance cycling shoes. Project B stands for innovation, athletes, performance and quality.

BAT Logic has also been the technical partner with 776BC on the MOTION project providing key biomechanics insight. MOTION is world first performance clothing, which uses visual lines and markers to provide real time feedback to athletes and coaches as to how the athlete is moving, their technique and form – no sensors, wires or computer screens required.

 

If you are injured less, you can row more. If you are faster and more consistent, you win more.

Andrew Schauble

Founder and Director of BAT Logic and Project B.

A former professional Australian Rules footballer having played 11 years with two of Australia’s top clubs, Andrew has a passion for supporting athletes to achieve their very best while having fun doing it. He also knows all too well the impact of injuries on any level of athlete.

Following a significant period focused on Leadership Development in the Middle East as the Regional General manager for a well known global Management Consultancy, Andrew is now based back in his native Australia supporting Federations, Clubs and Athletes globally to gain speed and reduce injury with BAT Logic equipment and Project B Rowing shoes.

Contact – [email protected]

James Robson

United Kingdom – BAT Logic and Project B Representative.

After a short Rowing career at School, James took up the sport in earnest at Newcastle University. James quickly rose to be in the 1st IV in 2016 and raced at the World University Games in the Mens Pair. In 2017, James won the Prince Albert Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta and returned to Newcastle University to gain selection for the 2018 World University Games. In the summer of 2018, James raced with Newcastle University to the semi-final of the Temple Challenge cup and then travelled to Shanghai for the World University Games winning a Gold medal in the Mens 8+. James is now training at Leander Club in Henley on Thames with aspirations of making the Great Britain Olympic team in the future

Contact – [email protected]

Nick Dawe

USA – BAT Logic and Project B Representative.

Having spent over half of his life devoted to the sport, Nick is a passionate coach and rower first and foremost. As an athlete, Nick has twice competed on the USA Senior National Team, rowed in the top lightweight 8 at Dartmouth College as well as found success with his rowing career at the Cincinnati Junior Rowing Club, Dartmouth College and the New York Athletic Club. He has earned gold medals at the USRowing Youth National Championship, USRowing Elite & Club National Championships, the Royal Canadian Henley, and the Head of the Charles.

As a coach, Nick has served on the USA Under 23 National Team staff and Head Coach at the New York Athletic Club as well as assistant positions at Columbia University, Fordham University, and the Newport Aquatic Center. Collectively his crews have earned 60+ USRowing National Championship Medals.

Contact – [email protected]