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All Eyes Turn to Tokyo

October 1, 2019

U.S. women, para-crews lead the way at worlds as USRowing qualifies eight crews for 2020 Games.

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Coastal Rowing’s Rise

September 20, 2019

Coastal rowing bears little resemblance to the flatwater version of our sport. But with rowing facing an increasingly uncertain future within the Olympic family, this rollicking open-water alternative is gaining momentum.

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War & Peace

July 30, 2019

Inside the Royal Henley Peace Regatta of 1919 and its centennial celebration.

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For the Love of Rowing

June 27, 2019

Mike Teti knows American men’s rowing arguably better than anyone. With Tokyo 2020 a little more than a year away, can the veteran national team coach convert his experience into another Olympic gold?

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The Trailblazer

June 6, 2019

Rowing Blazers founder Jack Carlson has turned one of rowing’s time-honored traditions into an innovative apparel brand with appeal far beyond the sport.

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The Boat Mover

March 8, 2019

Veteran U.S. national team coxswain Katelin Guregian on the successes and setbacks of a career spent making the boat go faster. Every time you place your blade in the water, the opportunity is waiting for

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A Perfectly Successful Year

February 10, 2019

Fifteen years after its founding, Row New York has grown into one of New York City’s most effective programs for teens from under-resourced communities. Less than 15 months from breaking ground at what will become Manhattan’s first-ever combined boathouse and academic learning center, they show no signs of slowing down.

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Invictus Inspired

October 2, 2018

We woke up. We were supposed to be going out at 7 in the morning but there was a weather hold,” says Mitch Kieffer of a morning that at first sounds like a typical one

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Agents of Change

September 19, 2018

If you were writing a rubric for rowing, what would it look like? You remember rubrics: those pages of detail your teacher would hand out that articulated the criteria that would be used to judge

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EPIC Rows

September 13, 2018

The compulsion to explore the limits of human endeavor is as old as humanity itself. Just as towering mountains call out to climbers to be summitted, the desire to propel oneself across vast oceans is