Symmetry, small-boat skills, and the sense of freedom that comes with rowing whenever you feel like it. For these reasons and more, there’s never been a better time to invest in a single—and in your own development as an athlete.
Rowing may be shut down for the foreseeable future because of the COVID-19 crisis, but the rivers, lakes, are still here and the athletes will eventually be back.
The University of Washington's men's rowing program has been a tour-de-force on the collegiate rowing scene for many years. Take a look inside their program.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to bring an end to spring sports finding ways to cope is essential. Sports psychologist, Dr. Stephen Gonzalez, has some suggestions.
John Graves has been a fixture on the U.S national team and has competed in multiple international regattas since he began an international sculling career, but his biggest goal of rowing in an Olympics has eluded him. He had hoped to row his single at trials, and then compete for a spot in Tokyo this summer. But he is not giving up and is now aiming at 2021.
Concept2 has announced that they are sold out of many of their most popular models of ergs.
NCAA voted Monday to grant eligibility extensions to student-athletes who lost their spring season to the Covid-19 shutdowns.