You get the feeling that the rowers would do well at that.
Reminds me of Douglas Bader - one of the reasons he was so good as a pilot was that he could take much higher G loadings on account of not having legs for the blood to drain into, so he could turn tighter without blacking out.( , Mon 13 Aug 2012, 16:14, archived)
Rowers use their legs when rowing
but the wheelchair pushing stroke is quite different to the rowing stroke. I don't think the muscle groups they use in rowing would be right.( , Mon 13 Aug 2012, 16:36, archived)