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  • A First for Forrester: 2015 World Rowing Championships

    Jul 29, 2015
    Jeff Forrester (Somerville, Mass.) has seen great success as the assistant coach for the lightweight men’s crew at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology over the past five years.
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  • Row to Rio - Meet the Athletes

    Jul 27, 2015
    In the lead up to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, USRowing will post video interviews with athletes who are hoping to make the team. This week’s Row to Rio Athlete is London Olympian Glenn Ochal (Philadelphia, Pa). All athlete videos can be found in the Row to Rio – Meet the Athletes section under the Multimedia tab on USRowing.org.
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  • Vegan Diaries: Mia Croonquist Quits Turkey…Cold Turkey

    Jul 24, 2015
    As a west coast girl, Mia Croonquist (Vashon Island, Wash.) grew up on a meat, cheese and milk diet not unlike many Americans. The thought that someday she would be passing up on all three of those delicious items would have made a much younger Mia laugh in disbelief.
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  • Collegiate Rowers Shine at 2015 World Rowing Under 23 World Championships

    Jul 23, 2015
    While rowing has flourished collegiately in recent years since its inception as a women’s NCAA sport in 1997, it has a long history in intercollegiate sports. In fact, it was a regatta that served as the first ever intercollegiate competition, preceding the first football game by 23 years. In 1852, Yale University challenged Harvard University to a boat race—a tradition that has continued to this day.
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  • Keeping a Promise to Hart

    Jul 21, 2015
    As a lifelong oarsman, National Rowing Foundation director and rowing historian, the late W. Hart Perry, knew about the great rowers in history – except one.
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  • Stewards Foundation Partners with Tampa Y for Learn to Row Program

    Jul 18, 2015
    In 1984, The Stewards Foundation was formed to foster rowing in the Tampa Bay area after the University of Tampa threatened to discontinue the University’s rowing program.
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  • Crew Camps for Club Nationals

    Jul 16, 2015
    There is s'more to rowing than you would think.
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  • USRowing’s Top-Ten Things to Do While in Cincinnati

    Jul 14, 2015
    As the 2015 USRowing Club Nationals draw ever near, rowers and spectators alike will be flocking the Southern Ohio area in search of stellar racing and hopefully some family fun. The greater Cincinnati area has so much to offer from family day trips to evening outings.
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  • Row to Rio - Meet the Athletes

    Jul 13, 2015
    In the lead up to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, USRowing will post video interviews with athletes who are hoping to make the team. This week’s Row to Rio Athlete is Robin Prendes (Miami, Fla.). Read a profile on Prendes in the upcoming edition of ROWING Magazine. All athlete videos can be found in the Row to Rio – Meet the Athletes section under the Multimedia tab on USRowing.org.
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  • Having the Freedom to Row To Recovery

    Jul 10, 2015
    Robert McRae was just 23 when he landed in San Francisco. He had just spent three years flying photographic reconnaissance missions with the U.S. Navy over the South China Sea during some of the most violent years of the Vietnam War.
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