On the Rudder

May 6, 2017

With rudders, we are always trying to strike a balance.  The size of a rudder is directly correlated with its drag, which we try to avoid at all costs. And yet its size also determines


Hands Up

May 2, 2017

How did Pogies get their name?


Latitude 35 for the Win

May 1, 2017

Latitude 35, a composite British-American crew, has set a new trans-Atlantic rowing record. The team outlasted 11 others to take this year’s Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge, a 3,000-mile open-water race between the Canary Islands and


The Single Life

April 29, 2017

I learned to scull out of necessity. It was 1991, and the attrition from junior to senior that year was particularly bad. If I wanted to keep rowing, it would have to be on my


Stanford Lead USRowing’s Fifth Coaches Poll

April 28, 2017

PRINCETON, N.J. — Defending national champion the University of California, Berkeley came out of the Cal-UW dual victorious to unanimously earn the first-place spot in the fifth regular season USRowing Coaches Poll. With all 19 first-place


Balance is Beautiful

April 27, 2017

Switching from sweep rowing to sculling doesn’t need to be intimidating.