The Single Life

April 29, 2017

I learned to scull out of necessity. It was 1991, and the attrition from junior to senior that year was particularly bad. If I wanted to keep rowing, it would have to be on my


Stanford Lead USRowing’s Fifth Coaches Poll

April 28, 2017

PRINCETON, N.J. — Defending national champion the University of California, Berkeley came out of the Cal-UW dual victorious to unanimously earn the first-place spot in the fifth regular season USRowing Coaches Poll. With all 19 first-place


Balance is Beautiful

April 27, 2017

Switching from sweep rowing to sculling doesn’t need to be intimidating.


Silver Ferns and Olympic Gold

April 25, 2017

New Zealand has a long and storied past in rowing, but nothing that rivals its success in recent decades. What makes this rowing powerhouse punch above its weight?


McGee Out at USRowing

April 23, 2017

The medal-free performance of the U.S. men in Rio has claimed its first casualty on the coaching side.


Bishops in Boats

April 22, 2017

Ohio Wesleyan University adds women’s rowing as popularity in Midwest rises.


From Boat to Bike

April 20, 2017

Most athletes take the post-Olympic year off from competition to train at a more leisurely pace. Not Hamish Bond.