Important Updates

With the third-place finish of the W2- (Tracy Eisser and Megan Kalmoe) at World Cup II, the athletes qualified to race in this event at the 2019 World Rowing Championships in Linz, Austria. The pair has since declared its intent to compete in the W2- at the World Rowing Championships, making Senior Trials IV no longer necessary as it was put in place in case the W2- did not qualify through the World Cup process.

2019 Senior Trials IV

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.

2019 Senior Trials IV

WILL NOT TAKE PLACE

With the 3rd place finish of the W2- (Tracy Eisser and Megan Kalmoe) at World Cup II the athletes qualified to race in this event at the World Rowing Championships in Linz, Austria 2019. The pair have since declared their intent to compete in the W2- at the World Rowing Championships making Senior Trials IV no longer necessary as it was put in place in case the W2- did not qualify through the World Cup process.

Any questions should be directed to the High Performance Director, Matt Imes, at matt.imes@usrowing.org.

 

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