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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.

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How to Be Good

May 30, 2017

Kevin Sauer has taken the Virginia women from club to varsity to the top of collegiate rowing. His approach? Work hard.

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True North

May 29, 2017

When I was approached earlier this year to write an article about the direction of Rowing Canada post-Rio, I said yes without hesitation. How could I turn down the chance to write about the sport

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Balance is Beautiful

April 27, 2017

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

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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?

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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?

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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.

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The Good Coach

March 1, 2017

How do you choose success? Is it something that’s learned—when you’re half a boat-length behind in a race—or is it something you’re born with.

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The New Normal

February 10, 2017

As we look back on the year that was, it seems we may be living through a critical moment in the evolution of our sport. Allegations of widespread doping have rocked the international sporting community