Fall rowing means longer mileage and Head Races on tricky courses. Here is a fall update and advice for avoiding mid-race collisions and recovering with the cleanest line.
I’ve always wanted to offer coxing clinics at the San Diego Crew Classic because it is a tough but rewarding course to navigate. I’m offering two options: (1) small group session and (2) One-on-one session. Kick off this racing season right and get dialed!
It’s been two months since Hurricane Sandy. The Jersey Shore has been a great day off adventure to all the National Team rowers training at the Princeton Training Center. Two members of the rowing community have chosen to help those affected by the storm. Please join me in helping this great non-profit give back to the small businesses that have made the Jersey Shore a fun day off from day to day stress of training for the Olympics.
Upon reflecting how the Beijing Olympics have shaped me into the Olympian I am today, I’ve learned that you have to enjoy the journey and believe in the process to be able to reach the destination you’ve envisioned.
The naming date for the London Olympics is quickly approaching. I find myself thinking back to the two previous naming dates and realizing the kind of Olympian I was, am, and want to be.
When it comes to important races, preparing for any kind of weather takes practice. Just like preparing for a major presentation or final exam, winning is in the details.
Hello Coxswains! I wanted to let everyone know that I’ll be up at The Head of the Charles this year. The main reason why I’m headed up there is to promote and sell our 2012 Power and Grace Calendar. It is bigger and better than last years and the best part is that the whole team took part in creating…
We left Princeton 13 days ago but it seems longer. Maybe because we’ve done so much and by so much I mean rowing. This time of year is when all the months of training pay off and when boat speed starts to show.
I answers 8 questions from an Indiana University coxswain named Gayle. Questions ranged from favorite collegiate memory to best race ever. In Gayle’s blog post she mentioned that she recognized me by my voice which I think is so cool! Thanks Gayle for asking me those questions.
It’s been a month and two weeks since our final at Lake Karapiro and a lot has happened. The final was very satisfying to execute. The girls were aggressive and relentless. The power in that 8+ was something that I haven’t felt since the Beijing final. Now is the non-glamorous side to the sport and that is the part where…