Why Elite Rowing will Never be Popular in the U.S.

We have so many great stories in rowing. As a currently competing elite athlete and Olympic rower for Team USA, I follow National Team selection events and competitions, and generally stay up to speed with what's going on with rowing nationally as well as internationally, closer than the average enthusiast. That's not a hard thing …

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About Damn Time: The 2017 World Rowing Championships

It has been over a year since I last posted on the night of the 2016 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremonies. A lot--a whole lot--has happened since then. The abbreviated version: We finished 6th in the world in Rio after beating out two-time World Champions and Olympic gold medal favorites, New Zealand by 0.05 seconds in …

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January 2016 at the OTC

When you arise in the morning think of what a privilege it is to be alive, to think, to enjoy, to love ...  - Marcus Aurelius This morning was an especially quiet and serene sunrise over the lake as a thick, unfamiliar fog settled in. My standard routine is to hustle into the boathouse to organize …

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