• Time management secrets from a woman set to row the ocean alone

    May 04, 2015
    Last December, our Going Coastal feature introduced you to Mary Rose, an Australian-born Phoenix resident set to row the Pacific Ocean in the name of charity. The catch? Rose had never rowed before. As the launch date for her 2,400-mile solo row across the Pacific Ocean approaches, USRowing checked back in with Mary to see how far she’s come.
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  • May Training Suggestions for High School and College Coaches – Two Weeks Prep to the Championships

    Apr 24, 2015
    May Training Suggestions for High School and College Coaches – Two Weeks Prep to the Championships
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  • Coxswain Appreciation Week April 27-May 3, 2015

    Apr 24, 2015
    In honor of coxswains across the country, from novice to elite, join USRowing for the second-annual Coxswain Appreciation Week, April 27-May 3, 2015. Pete Cipollone, 2004 Olympic gold medalist and Katelin Synder, six-time national team member and 2014 world champion coxswain of the women’s eight are honorary chairs.
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  • Another Boathouse Opens in Oklahoma City

    Apr 15, 2015
    The Oklahoma City Boathouse District, the largest single development for rowing and water sports in the country, will become larger by one more boathouse when the CHK | Central Boathouse officially opens its doors Saturday.
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  • Back in the Boat and Headed to NSR 1

    Apr 13, 2015
    With a second Olympic medal won and six years on the senior national team behind her, Erin Cafaro MacKenzie left London in 2012 convinced she was done with international competition and rowing at the elite level.
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  • Reversing Roles. Going From National Team Athlete to National Team Coach

    Apr 06, 2015
    SAN DIEGO, Calif. – A full season before she rowed in London at the 2012 Olympic Games, Susan Francia had the idea that she wanted to try coaching.
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  • One More California Day for the U.S. Men’s Team at the San Diego Crew Classic

    Mar 29, 2015
    SAN DIEGO, Calif. – With three months of winter training in Southern California behind them, the U.S. men's national team wrapped up their camp at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, made the short trip to the San Diego Crew Classic and rowed a series of exhibition races with the Canadian men’s team before heading back home to Princeton.
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  • April training suggestions for the high school and college programs

    Mar 27, 2015
    The month of April is the beginning of the racing season for high school and college programs. It means racing every Saturday, or every second Saturday. The real art is to be prepared to race without going too crazy in terms of intensity and to have boats rowing efficiently with good ratio at the given cadence (probably 34 strokes per minute in April).
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  • New National Trophy Dedicated to Rowing Legend Charles P. Colgan

    Mar 27, 2015
    A new trophy named after Philadelphia rowing legend Chuck Colgan will make its debut this summer at the 2015 US Rowing Club National Championships, scheduled for July 15-19 in Bethel, Ohio. The Charles P. Colgan Cup will be awarded to the Rowing club that tallies the most team points. “Historically, there has been a points trophy for men and a points trophy for women, but not an overall points trophy, until now,” said Colgan’s son, Sean.
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  • Pensacola Coastal Rowing Hosts Learn to Row Coastal Classes

    Mar 23, 2015
    Pensacola Coastal Rowing, the first club in the United States to become a USRowing Coastal Organizational member, will host a series of learn to row sessions next month. Founded January 2015, Pensacola Coastal Rowing is dedicated to rowing on open water.
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