Canadian national team hopeful Andrew Todd was at the height of his rowing career when, in one brief moment, everything changed.
Olympic hopefuls across the country are back on the water and restarting the Covid-stalled Tokyo Olympic campaign. But the constant battle to halt the spread of the deadly virus means continued social distancing, and that means singles only rowing through the summer. Could that mean more competitive U.S. sculling crews in the future?
The 2020 Head of the Hooch regatta has been canceled.
Entering your shell from a dock should be done as gracefully as the strokes you take once you are on the water.
Being forced to row singles because of the pandemic will make you a better rower in every kind of boat.
A feeling of lightness on the seat is one of the hallmarks of good suspension on the drive.
As Covid restrictions ease across the country, the rowing community is learning how to get back on the water in the safest, most efficient ways–and finding that rowing in singles is the best solution to achieving both goals.