An All-Star Worlds

July 27, 2017

The first worlds after an Olympics is typically a time for experimentation. To wit: the recently announced plan to stage a regional youth regatta during September’s world championships. The Youth Regional Challenge will see the


Grainger Wins Keller Medal

July 25, 2017

Dame Katherine Grainger, Great Britain’s most decorated female Olympic rower, is this year’s recipient of FISA’s Thomas Keller Medal, which recognizes “an exceptional rowing career and exemplary sportsmanship.” Grainger was presented with the annual award


A New Boss at BU

July 24, 2017

The collegiate coaching carousel has spun at a dizzying pace since racing wrapped in June. Among those making moves is Boston University, which tapped Ohio State University associate head coach Madeline Davis for its new


Big Green Changes

July 22, 2017

Out with the new, in with the old. On June 27, Dartmouth women’s coach Linda Muri announced she was stepping down after three years at the helm of the Big Green program. Three days later,


Winds of Change

July 21, 2017

New faces and falling Records a World Rowing Cup II in Poznan.


Race Ready

July 18, 2017

For college athletes, the spring racing season is the culmination of months of hard work and a time to test their speed on the water. We’d say these crews passed with flying colors.
By Connor Walters


Front Row Seat

July 17, 2017

I was scheduled to interview U.S. national team women’s assistant coach Laurel Korholz for this story, but first I had to find her. I was at the Mercer Lake boathouse in New Jersey, one of