News

Filippi Spirit Award

April 16, 2018

Zimbabwe’s Micheen Thornycroft, a Rhodes University graduate student and coach and two-time Olympic rower, is the newest recipient of World Rowing’s Filippi Spirit Award. Given annually to university rowers who demonstrate rowing’s core values in

News

Misery Loves Company

March 22, 2018

I’m not sure if there are other generations of skiing fans out there—other than my own—who remember Warren Miller movies featuring a Mohawk-sporting extreme skier named Glen Plake (aka Plake G). As a budding junior

Advice

The Fidgeter’s Dilemma

March 21, 2018

Although two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese, a handful of skinny people—including many athletes—feel frustrated by their seeming inability to gain weight. Clearly, one’s genetics play a powerful role in this. “Hard gainers” also

News

Fighting Irish

March 20, 2018

Hold on to your podium pants.
Ireland is preparing to dominate elite Rowing.

Features

Light Speed

March 19, 2018

How a simple equipment change could forever change the way para-rowers experience the stroke.