Bryan Volpenhein

A three-time Olympian and 2004 gold medalist in the men’s eight, Bryan Volpenhein was named a men’s coach for the U.S. team in November 2012 after coaching the lightweight men’s four and the pair at the London Olympic Games. He is responsible for the men’s high performance sweep squad and works to develop, select and prepare the team for international competition. In 2015, Volpenhein coached the men’s four to seventh place finish at the World Rowing Championships, qualifying the boat class for 2016. In 2014, he coached the men’s four to a silver medal at the world championships and in 2013 Volpenhein coached the men’s four to a bronze medal at the world championships.

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