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Boathouse Sports Gears Up for Growth With New Execs

August 27, 2015

From Press Release Philadelphia, PA, August 20, 2015 – Boathouse Sports today announced the addition of two key executives who will play vital roles in the company’s plans for future growth.  E-commerce expert Jay Caddle will

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Jack Nicholson, longtime Canadian coach, dies at 82

December 2, 2014

Jack Nicholson, the accomplished Canadian national team coach and longtime leader for Ridley College rowing, passed away Monday, Dec. 1, after suffering several health complications. He was 82. “He was a father to many, rowing

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College

Foot of the Charles RECAP (Women)

November 26, 2014

On November 15 the women’s edition of the Foot of the Charles took place, with local universities sending out their top eights and fours. Northeastern University and Radcliffe battled for first place in the varsity

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New Zealand leads World Rowing awards

November 26, 2014

The top two crews for 2014 are composed of three Kiwis, according to an award announcement by World Rowing. Eric Murray and Hamish Bond, who won the 2- and 2+ at the world championship for

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London high school picking students on rowing talent

November 24, 2014

A London prep school will soon be admitting some of its students based upon their rowing abilities. Mossbourne Community Academy, The Guardian reported, will look to admit up to 10 students according to their potential

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College

Foot of the Charles RECAP (Men)

November 22, 2014

The annual Foot of the Charles took place on November 22, featuring Boston-area men’s collegiate crews. Boston University won the open eight in a time of 12:22.6 with entries from Northeastern University rounding out second