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Renewed Hope for Rowing in the Olympics

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.

Game Changer

Since launching a decade ago, the George Pocock Rowing Foundation’s Erg Ed program has introduced more than 125,000 students to the benefits of rowing.

Movement Medicine

Is physical activity as—or even more—effective than prescription medications? There’s a growing body of evidence to suggest that’s the case.

Machine Learning

How the boom in indoor rowing is bringing the benefits of America’s oldest intercollegiate sport to the masses.

On the Ropes

Veteran U.S. national team coxswain Katelin Guregian on the successes and setbacks of a career focused on making the boat go faster.

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