Features

Agents of Change

September 19, 2018

If you were writing a rubric for rowing, what would it look like? You remember rubrics: those pages of detail your teacher would hand out that articulated the criteria that would be used to judge

Features

EPIC Rows

September 13, 2018

The compulsion to explore the limits of human endeavor is as old as humanity itself. Just as towering mountains call out to climbers to be summitted, the desire to propel oneself across vast oceans is

Features

Bringing the River Home

July 30, 2018

Ask any rower about their relationship with the erg and they will tell you it’s complex. On the one hand, the erg is a machine that makes you faster, stronger, mentally tougher, and—importantly—allows you to

News

Coaches Challenge

July 19, 2018

  Can you identify the technical errors in these strokes just by listening?

News

Systems at Work

July 7, 2018

Registration, timing, and information systems hit full-speed
at peak sprint season.

Features

Data Driven

July 3, 2018

How revolutionary new technology is giving coaches, coxes, and rowers the data to transform
our sport.

Features

Connecticut Rules

July 2, 2018

What’s driving the success of Connecticut’s powerhouse clubs? Good water, good coaches,
and great athletes.

News

Weight and Willpower

May 30, 2018

Is weight simply a matter of willpower? You might think so, given the number of dieters who add on exercise, subtract food, and expect excess fat to melt away. But it does not always happen