Showing posts from May, 2016

NCAA Rowing Championships, 2016: RR Picks and Predictions

Crossing the finish line at Lake Natoma (Photo: B. Kitch) The 2016 NCAA Rowing Championships kick off tomorrow just outside Sacramento, California, and suffice it to say, we're amped about it.

Pac-12 Rowing Championships, 2016: A Golden State of Mind

The decisive moment—Cal crossing the finish line at Pac-12s, 2016 (Photo: B. Kitch) Over the past several years, the Pac-12 Rowing Championships have been a parade for the Washington Husky men's squad, while Cal have led the way on the women's side. This year, one of those trends continued—the other, not so much.

Rowing Video Of The Week: Inside the Australian Men's Four

The Aussie men's four on the water (Screen capture) This week's featured rowing video comes to us from Down Under, where the very quick Australian men's four is putting in the miles for Rio.

RowingRelated Rankings: The Top Junior Programs to Watch in 2016

Crews to keep an eye on this spring at the junior level The following is our look at the best junior sweep teams across the country, with a view toward who will be gunning for the top of the podium at the national level in June.

College Rowing Regular Season Report: Who's on Top Heading into Championship Racing?

Our take on the rowing 2016 season, with championships looming It's hard to believe, but we are already nearly through another season of rowing at the collegiate level here stateside, and the competition is well and truly heating up. Here's our take on the season so far, with a view toward championship racing, just around the corner.

Video Of The Week: Inside the Kiwi Men's Eight, with Coxswain Caleb Shepherd

The Kiwi Eight preparing for the Windermere Cup in 2015 (Photo: B. Kitch for ROWING Magazine) Spring racing season at the junior and collegiate levels in the U.S. is nearing Jimmy Fallon levels of 'fever pitch,' but before we get into what that means for the upcoming championships, we wanted to highlight this new interview with the Kiwi men's eight coxswain Caleb Shepherd .