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What A Concept

April 8, 2016

After 40 years, Concept2 looks back on oars, ergs, and coming up with the next big thing.

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A Rower Unbroken

March 22, 2016

Canadian national team hopeful Andrew Todd was at the height of his rowing career when, in one brief moment, everything changed.

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Blake Haxton Invitational Recap

November 10, 2014

Everywhere you looked at Griggs Reservoir in Columbus on Saturday you saw Blake Haxton. His name was on a Vespoli 8+ raced by his alma mater, Upper Arlington High School. His competitive nature was on

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Sea Change

July 16, 2014

A sea change is coming. It’s something you’ve likely seen before, just in a different form. You’ve seen it in the evolution of every new idea, every innovation, and it shifts the paradigm just enough to let a breakthrough happen. For Paralympic rowing, this change is happening now, and when it is over our sport could wind up looking dramatically different than it does today.

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November Project

June 10, 2014

The November Project – How two former Northeastern University rowers started a grassroots fitness tribe.

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How to Shave a Second

May 22, 2014

Rowing’s top coaching minds share their secrets for squeezing every last bit of speed out of the boat.

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College ’14 Preview – NCAA Rowing

March 1, 2014

Last year may have been the year of the dynasty, but 2014 is shaping up to be markedly different thanks to a spate of coaching changes that have altered the collegiate rowing landscape.

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How Harry Trained Harvard

February 2, 2014

No other college rowing coach has had greater influence—or greater success—than the late Harry Parker. This is why.