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In a display of national pride, resilient Ukraine rowers will compete in Head of the Charles

In a display of national pride, resilient Ukraine rowers will compete in Head of the Charles

The Ukrainian rowing team, which managed to compete in this year’s major international events despite the disruption and destruction caused by the Russian invasion, will conclude its resilient racing campaign three weekends from now by making its debut at the Head of the Charles Regatta. “It’s important for Ukrainians to use any platform to remind …

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The 2020-2021 Collegiate Coaches Corner Series – Rowing Stories, Features & Interviews

The 2020-2021 Collegiate Coaches Corner Series – Rowing Stories, Features & Interviews

Following the cancellation of the 2020 spring racing season, row2k solicited the collegiate coaching community to engage in a variety of high-level topics within the profession. We submitted over sixty questions across a dozen topics and thank the coaches and staffs that found time to contribute their thoughts during that stressful time. Below is an …

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England Team announced for 2022 Commonwealth Rowing Association Beach Sprint Championships

England Team announced for 2022 Commonwealth Rowing Association Beach Sprint Championships

England Team announced for 2022 Commonwealth Rowing Association Beach Sprint Championships Three boats will compete for England at the Commonwealth Rowing Association Beach Sprint Championships (CRABS) in Walvis Bay, Namibia from 2-4 December. England Rowing will be traveling to Africa to race at the Commonwealth Rowing Association Beach Sprint Championships (CRABS), with the competition taking …

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Rowing Adds Four New Faces to Staff – Kansas Jayhawks

Rowing Adds Four New Faces to Staff – Kansas Jayhawks

LAWRENCE, Kan. , The Kansas Rowing team has added four key pieces to its staff ahead of the 2022-23 season. Head coach Carrie Cook-Callen announced Thursday the arrivals of Boathouse Manager Bailey Blood, Volunteer Assistant Coaches Joe DeLeo and Andreas Sloth, and Student Assistant Coach Loretta Brueckner. Bailey Blood, a former scholarship student-athlete at the …

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Damian Browne nears Galway after 110 days of rowing

Damian Browne nears Galway after 110 days of rowing

Damian Browne, who played professional rugby for Connacht and Leinster, said he is “incredibly excited” to complete his journey home across the Atlantic Ocean and rejoin his wife and 14-month-old daughter. “After 112 days of stresses, strains, and doubts only an endeavor like attempting to row 3,000 miles across the unforgiving North Atlantic can elicit, …

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Rowers and diver Siddharth Pardeshi add to Services’ growing haul

National Games Rowing: Siddharth Pardeshi: Defending champions Services Sports Control Board mounted a concerted medal charge on Sunday, with their rowers in… National Games Rowing, Siddharth Pardeshi: Defending champions Services Sports Control Board mounted a concerted medal charge on Sunday, with their rowers in Ahmedabad, wrestler Deepanshu in Gandhinagar and springboard diver Siddharth Pardeshi in …

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Senior rower assumes role model status for Hispanic athletes – The GW Hatchet

As the only international athlete on the women’s rowing team, competing in a sport all but void of diversity is nothing new for senior rower Elizabeth Rowland. Rowland, who identifies as half Colombian, started her college career at Hobart and William Smith College in Geneva, New York – a predominantly white institution that left her …

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Rugby: Jason Ryan runs the rule over ‘sensitive’ All Blacks front rowers

All Blacks forwards coach Jason Ryan has made an immediate impact. Photo / photosport.nz Props, world-renowned scrum guru Mike Cron once said to All Blacks forwards coach Jason Ryan, “are all sensitive. They’re in a one-on-one confrontational spot where you can get exposed quite brutally if you get it wrong.” It was years ago, Ryan …

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Laurentian international student loves para-rowing

Tenacity, resilience and courage. These are words that come to mind when people describe Konan Blaise Koko, a third year Biochemistry student at Laurentian University. A proud francophone from the Ivory Coast in West Africa, Koko is a Fulbright scholar alumnus. He held this prestigious scholarship when undertaking his Master’s of Science in Nutrition at …

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