On Pace

June 16, 2017

Wesley Ng knows how to win. As the new women’s coach at the University of Pennsylvania, he’s looking to extend his run.


A World of Hurt

June 16, 2017

Training without purpose is tough and rarely produces results. Setting a specific goal and working toward it acts as an insurance policy to keep you on point. My recommendation? Mix it up this summer and


An Oar Adjusted

June 13, 2017

In a sport so deeply rooted in tradition, a new product can be something worth noting. New Hampshire’s Durham Boat Company has come up with a solution it says will ease the stress athletes and


May Race Reports

June 9, 2017

USRowing Central Youth District Championships In all, 19 clubs competed at this year’s Central Youth District Championships in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, during the weekend of May 6-7. Hosted by USRowing, the event qualified nine central


A New World (Cup)

June 8, 2017

Those who’d forgotten about FISA’s decision to drop the lightweight men’s four from the Olympics were reminded of it at the first World Rowing Cup of the year in Belgrade, where, as expected, there was