2018 Under 23 Lightweight Men’s Selection Camp

USRowing’s Under 23 National Team represents the U.S. at the World Rowing Under 23 Championships each year.

USRowing is committed to fair play. All athletes participating in selection for, and competing as a member of, all U.S. national rowing teams must be in compliance with United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), International Olympic Committee (IOC), United States Olympic Committee (USOC), World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), FISA and USRowing rules and requirements relating to banned substances, including, but not limited to, undergoing testing and obtaining and maintaining current therapeutic use exemptions as needed. Failure to adhere to anti-doping rules and requirements may result in an athlete losing eligibility to compete for the United States.

2018 Lightweight Men’s Under 23 Selection Camp Invitees
USRowing will admit additional athletes to U23 camp based on spring results, additional performances and available space. Athletes not invited to U23 Selection Camp should contact Cameron Kiosoglous at cameron@usrowing.org to find alternative training camps for the 2018 summer.

Camp Athletes
Jordi Cabanas – Princeton University
Chase Deitner – University of Washington
Jimmy Francis – Oklahoma City University
Sorin Koszyk – Cornell University
Charlie Kwitchoff – Princeton University
Danny Madden – Manhattan College
Sam Melvin – Orange Coast College
Luke Sendelbach – Cornell University
Ricky Swanton – Princeton University
Austin Treubert – United States Naval Academy

Camp Waitlist
Galen Bernick – Mercyhurst College
Joshua Bilchik – Bates College
Christopher Duan – Dartmouth College
Kieran Edwards – Vesper Boat Club
Quentin Geczy – Yale University

Athletes must complete USRowing ECG and Health Screening requirements in order to participate in selection camp.

Camp Details:

Ten scullers will be selected for this camp. Nathanael Kielt (Hobart College) will be the U23 lightweight men’s head coach.
The 2018 World Rowing Under 23 Championships will be held July 25-29 in Poznan, Poland. Additional international racing opportunities may be an option.

Location: Princeton National Rowing Association, West Windsor, N.J. (Mercer Lake)

Start Date: Monday, June 11, at 8:00 a.m. Athletes will arrive on the June 10.

Host housing will be available to all invitees. The fee to attend the camp is $700. We emphasize that the fee should not discourage anyone from applying. There are many avenues to help cover this cost. For more information, email Cameron Kiosoglous at cameron@usrowing.org.

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