World Lightweight Doubles Champion Steve Peterson is bringing a lifetime of experience in the sport to Indiana University Women’s Rowing.
Taking the reins of a winning program is never easy. But as new Cal women’s coach Al Acosta has shown, the best way to play the expectations game is to win.
After 40 years, Concept2 looks back on oars, ergs, and coming up with the next big thing.
Canadian national team hopeful Andrew Todd was at the height of his rowing career when, in one brief moment, everything changed.
A sea change is coming. It’s something you’ve likely seen before, just in a different form. You’ve seen it in the evolution of every new idea, every innovation, and it shifts the paradigm just enough to let a breakthrough happen. For Paralympic rowing, this change is happening now, and when it is over our sport could wind up looking dramatically different than it does today.
The November Project – How two former Northeastern University rowers started a grassroots fitness tribe.
Rowing’s top coaching minds share their secrets for squeezing every last bit of speed out of the boat.
It’s that time of year again. Everyone is undefeated, optimism reigns, and the possibilities, naturally, are endless. The Fast Lane provides 10 tips on how best to get your novices up to speed. Think of it not a precise prescription of exactly what to do, but rather a blueprint to optimize your chance of success.
Last year may have been the year of the dynasty, but 2014 is shaping up to be markedly different thanks to a spate of coaching changes that have altered the collegiate rowing landscape.
No other college rowing coach has had greater influence—or greater success—than the late Harry Parker. This is why.