News

Choose Your Challenge

March 24, 2017

The Internet is the great equalizer. During the winter months, when the idea of rowing on the water seems months away, rowers can compete against opponents from all over the world in challenges ranging from

News

R.I.P, Light Four

March 23, 2017

It’s hard to argue we’re better off today than before the start of this Olympic experiment.

News

Q&A with Andrew Triggs Hodge

March 21, 2017

Andrew Triggs Hodge has formally announced his retirement from rowing. Rowing News writer Connor Walters caught up with Triggs Hodge and asked a few questions about his career and the future.

Features

The Innovators’ Dilemma

March 20, 2017

Evolution or revolution. FISA prefers the former and has the rules to enforce it. But are we stifling speed for the sake of standardization?

Advice

Friend or Foe?

March 19, 2017

By cutting carbohydrates, you could be undercutting your performance.

News

Game On

March 17, 2017

Early specialization has its limits. To really succeed in rowing, first try another sport.

Doctor Rowing

Never Forget

March 16, 2017

Theo Koerner and the aftermath of German Democratic Republic.

Features

The Talented Yaz Farooq

March 15, 2017

Olympian. On-air talent. Coxswain. Coach. Yaz Farooq has had lots of roles in her three-plus decades in the sport. But as the new women’s coach at the University of Washington, her best performance may be yet to come.