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


Di Ellis, 1938-2017

July 11, 2017

British Rowing has lost a legend. Dame Di Ellis, the longtime chairman of the national federation, passed away May 18 following a short illness. It is impossible to overstate Ellis’ impact rowing in her native


Bringing Blazers Back

July 10, 2017

New rowing blazers company celebrates one of rowing’s most stylish traditions.


Regime Change for Rutgers Women’s Rowing

July 9, 2017

Max Borghard’s career as head coach of the Rutgers University women’s rowing program spanned a lot of history. He guided the Scarlet Knights to a full-team bid in 1997 when the first NCAA women’s rowing


On the Homefront

July 7, 2017

Parents have an essential role in their child’s recruiting process but find it tricky identifying where exactly they fit in. A successful recruiting effort is a joint endeavor: the student leads and the parents support


The Heat is On

July 6, 2017

In summer’s return, a new set of safety concerns.