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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

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Data Driven

July 3, 2018

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

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Connecticut Rules

July 2, 2018

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

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Light Speed

March 19, 2018

How a simple equipment change could forever change the way para-rowers experience the stroke.

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Her Olympic Life

February 1, 2018

For Anita DeFrantz, one race’s finish line is just the beginning of the next race’s start.

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The Next Chapter

August 22, 2017

CRI’s Ellen Minzner is looking to change the perception of para-rowing in the United States and usher in a new era of equality for the sport.

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How Jürgen Does It

August 21, 2017

Anyone who knows even one thing about Olympic rowing probably knows about Jürgen Grobler. And if not the man himself, they can name at least one of the athletes he’s coached—many of them legends in

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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

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On Pace

June 16, 2017

Wesley Ng knows how to win. As the new women’s coach at the University of Pennsylvania, he’s looking to extend his run.