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5 Things I Learned Rowing Solo and 5 Things I Miss About Rowing Teams

Someone asked me if I found it challenging to go from the team to training alone. Answer: definitively, yes. I’ve been thinking about the dynamic of a rowing team vs. rowing solo. Continue reading

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Rowing After Vacation

The wind kicks from the west as three sculling boats skim the lee shore followed by a motor launch and an echoing megaphone. To the silver boat: “That’s perfect! Whhooooosh! Whhoooosh!” To the white boat: “Use those long arms for leverage. … Continue reading

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Flipping crazy

Marlene Royle introduced us to the drills “King of the Mountain” and the “Joy of Backing” during her summer clinics.     Today, I renamed the drills “Queen of the Lagoon” and “Disaster at Backing.” I popped in the green … Continue reading

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