Tuesday Edition Video Of The Week: The French Women's Quad Train for U23s

The World Rowing Under-23 Championships are just hours away, and the athletes and coaches from rowing federations the world over are gathered in Linz, Austria for five days of hard fought racing. The U.S. roster was released last week, and includes a number of college standouts and future prospects, among them Harvard's lightweight phenom Andrew Campbell (racing in the LM1x), and Stanford-bound Ruth Narode (who earned a silver in the U.S. junior women's four in Plovdiv, Bulgaria last year, and won the U23 Hammer at Crash-Bs earlier this year), joined by four athletes who won gold in the BW8+ last year in Trakai (Washington's Madison Culp, Amanda Elmore of Purdue, Virginia's Kristine O'Brien, and Wisco's Kendall Schmidt). The racing gets started on Wednesday, 24 July. For complete results, the FISA live race tracker, and more, visit the official site of World Rowing.

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