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Rowing Canada has tapped veteran Canadian lightweight Iain Brambell as its new high-performance director. The three-time Olympian and Beijing bronze medalist in the lightweight men’s four succeeds Peter Cookson, who…
Bernhard Stomporowski has a plan to boost pre-elite club rowing in the United States. Will it work?
Here are a few of our favorite photos from the first day of racing at the 2017 SIRA Championship.
PRINCETON, N.J. — University of Washington had a strong weekend of racing and was the consensus pick as the top Division I program in the third USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association…
The leg drive—leg connection and leg power—is indeed the power player in rowing.
Dear Doctor Rowing, I’ve been out of the game for a number of years but have recently begun to row a single. I’ve checked out a number of websites and watched a bunch of coaches on YouTube. Years ago, I learned the legs-back-arms method of applying power and it’s always worked for me. But lately down at the club all I hear is talk of “the core.” What’s with all this emphasis on the core?