Winds of Change

July 21, 2017

New faces and falling Records a World Rowing Cup II in Poznan.


Race Ready

July 18, 2017

For college athletes, the spring racing season is the culmination of months of hard work and a time to test their speed on the water. We’d say these crews passed with flying colors.
By Connor Walters


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


Teti’s Return

July 16, 2017

USRowing has tapped Cal men’s coach Mike Teti to lead the U.S. men’s sweep squad as it prepares for September’s world championships in Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida. The move unites the longtime national team coach with current


Ready for Prime Time

July 15, 2017

Those who can’t make the trip to Sarasota-Bradenton to watch the first worlds on U.S. soil since 1994 will still have an opportunity to take in the action. FISA has signed an exclusive media rights


Ireland Staffs Up

July 14, 2017

Still basking in the glow of the country’s first-ever Olympic rowing medal—compliments of those podium-pants-loving O’Donovan brothers—Rowing Ireland has announced it is tapping former Australian under-23 coach Antonio Maurogiovanni for its vacant high-performance director role.


World of Hurt

July 13, 2017

The list of qualified indoor rowers for the 2017 World Games in Poland is out, and it includes some of rowing’s biggest wheels. Setting the pace is Ukrainian Olympic sculler Olena Buryak, who currently holds


Karsten Everlasting

July 12, 2017

Belorussia’s Ekaterina Karsten is proving that age may only be a number after all. On June 2, the two-time Olympic singles champion celebrated her 45th birthday. Less than a week earlier, she fought her way