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
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
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
Ask any rower about their relationship with the erg and they will tell you it’s complex. On the one hand, the erg is a machine that makes you faster, stronger, mentally tougher, and—importantly—allows you to
Can you identify the technical errors in these strokes just by listening?
Registration, timing, and information systems hit full-speed
at peak sprint season.
How revolutionary new technology is giving coaches, coxes, and rowers the data to transform
What’s driving the success of Connecticut’s powerhouse clubs? Good water, good coaches,
and great athletes.
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