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2017 World Rowing Under-23 Championships Race Report

October 4, 2017

While there’s some debate whether success at under-23 level correlates to achievement in the senior ranks, few could argue that the future for Canadian and American rowing doesn’t look a little brighter following July’s World

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Obese Man Rowing

September 21, 2017

We see a lot of self-directed endurance challenges involving the erg, but none quite like this. Peter Matelli, a 59-year-old morbidly obese Briton, is attempting to row 9.6 million meters over the next three years,

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Olena’s New Record

September 20, 2017

Ukrainian sculler Olena Buryak has repeatedly proved she is peerless over 2,000 meters on the erg. At July’s World Games, a multisport event held in Wroclaw, Poland, she made the case again. Buryak, fourth in

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September Racing Calendar

September 19, 2017

Sept 6-10 World Rowing Masters Regatta Those fortunate enough to make the trip to Slovenia will not just find one of the more stunning rowing venues in the world in Lake Bled. They’ll also have

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The Next Chapter

August 22, 2017

CRI’s Ellen Minzner is looking to change the perception of para-rowing in the United States and usher in a new era of equality for the sport.

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How Jürgen Does It

August 21, 2017

Anyone who knows even one thing about Olympic rowing probably knows about Jürgen Grobler. And if not the man himself, they can name at least one of the athletes he’s coached—many of them legends in

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Vesper’s Victory

August 19, 2017

Philadelphia club juggernaut Vesper is always force on the summer circuit. The latest evidence of their dominance came at the behemoth USRowing Club National Championships July 12-16 on Harsha Lake in Bethel, Ohio, where the