rowing

The brawny, buff boys are back and ready to bust stereotypes.
Develop a regular pattern of sleep and be well rested. Surprisingly few people can develop the discipline of going to bed
I am sure Debbie has her oars in the water...but it must be a pretty painful pull, but I suspect that somehow she will do
Paul and Gary O’Donovan risk being dubbed "Ireland's gift to the world" all over again.
Meet Chierika Ukogu, a rower who made history during the 2016 Olympic Games as the first person to represent Nigeria in her sport. After qualifying to compete on this world stage, Ukogu fundraised $15,000 because the Nigerian Rowing Association was unable to support her journey financially. She competed and left the games as one of the top 20 rowers in the world, accomplishing an incredible feat.
A few days ago I finished competing in the at the US Rowing Masters National Championships on a lake outside of Boston in the sizzling August heat as my wife and twin 10-year-old daughters were there to support me.
Rowing may be one of the more under-appreciated Olympic sports, but there is something about it that fans of every other sport can appreciate.
After Connor passed away, our family had a pressing urgency to begin an important movement in his name. We were determined to do what we could so other young people and their families didn't have to endure this excruciating loss -- a waste of a life gone too soon.
Crew seemed like a nice idea to me. To my naïve eyes, it looked like a laid-back, social sport; I guess I put it in the same class as badminton, or canoeing. Boy, was I wrong.
Sacrificing your holiday and all the trimmings that come along with it to go on an adventure that will benefit the greater good? Might that not be the greatest gift of all?
"Obviously we were all concerned because we know the water's polluted."
Instead of going into something blindfolded, you are able to physically and mentally prepare yourself, be strong, and hope for the best outcome. Knowledge is power.
There is no one size fits all for dealing with these situations, and I feel the way I approached my journey and recovery can empower other women. I didn't let cancer define me, but instead tried to look at the good that would come out of the situation to help other women.
"Learning to row has often been made way too complicated and intimidating," says Josh Crosby, rowing world champion and co
Cowbell, cowbell! Columbia University's three crew teams launched their racing shells on the sunny shores of Sarasota for the first time over this winter break for their annual southerly training trip.