In a heartfelt post on social media, Norway’s Olaf Tufte announced that after more than two decades on the international stage, the six-time Olympian was “pulling in the oars” for good, together with doubles partner
The University of Buffalo has announced it will eliminate four sports, including women’s rowing, at the end of the academic year in a bid to dramatically reduce athletic department spending. The move, which also eliminates
In late March, Michigan’s Adrian College announced it was adding men’s and women’s rowing to its growing roster of sports, making the private liberal arts college the first NCAA Division III program in the state to offer women’s rowing.
Still not convinced rowing has work to do when it comes to universality? Consider this year’s shortlist for FISA’s Thomas Keller Award. All six finalists for the annual award, which celebrates athletes who have had
BOSTON, Mass. – With the last weekend of National Championship qualifiers in the books the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) has announced the field for the 2017 IRA National Championship. A total of 35 institutions will
It’s on the menu for many athletes, and for good reason. Cottage cheese is packed with protein—one cup contains roughly 28 grams of it—which makes the dairy aisle staple an ideal pre- and post-recovery fuel.
The word “puke” was painted at the top of the paved hill, a training ground all Brown Crew members knew too well. It was part of Scott Roop’s dry-land training protocol, a straight shot from the bottom of College Hill to the top, 10 times in a row.