Horsepower helps. But a more diverse definition of talent may better serve your boat.
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Twenty years out of the boat, Arshay Cooper and members of the nation’s first African American rowing team came together in Chicago to do it again. Cameras were rolling.
With the opening of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics now just about five months away, the first official event for athletes hoping to earn a chance to row for the US will begin Tuesday at the Olympic Training Center of Chula Vista, California.
With the Dad Vail Regatta adding para rowing to the official schedule in 2020, will other college races follow suit?
Veteran U.S. national team coxswain Katelin Guregian on the successes and setbacks of a career focused on making the boat go faster.
The decision to row is one thing. Where to row is another.
NRF kicks off Olympic-year fundraising effort with a $500,000 matching gift challenge.