The RR Interview Series, in both written and video formats (this page will continue to be updated as the series expands). Also, for 41 video interviews from the 2011 World Rowing Championships in Bled, Slovenia, check out our Worlds 2011 playlist on our YouTube Channel.

Nick Trojan, USRowing national team veteran and filmmaker on his 2020 Cal Crew feature:

Steve Gladstone, Yale Heavyweight Crew head coach:

Joshua Dunkley-Smith, world indoor 2k record holder:

Dave O'Neill, Texas Women's Rowing head coach:

John Graves, U.S. sculler and Tokyo 2020 hopeful:

George Bridgewater, Beijing bronze medalist from New Zealand has his sights set on Rio 2016:

Matt Lehrer, Director of Coaching Education at Community Rowing in Boston, on the origins and development of the Institute for Rowing Leadership:

Meghan O'Leary, U.S. national team member and Rio 2016 hopeful on her beginnings, progress, and aspirations in the sport:

Jack Carlson, U.S. national teamer and author of Rowing Blazers, plus outtakes from the book:

Daniel Koenig of Power 10 Films on His Adaptive Rowing Documentary:

Conlin McCabe, Canadian Olympic silver medalist, on Rowing Canada's cycling training camp in Southern California:

Gevvie Stone, 2012 Olympian talking about her experience racing (and winning) the 2014 Silver Skiff in Turin, Italy:

Scott Frandsen, Canadian Olympic silver medalist and Ironman World Championships competitor:

Mike DiSanto, Harvard Grad and Oxford Blue Preparing for the 2014 Gallagher Great Race:
...and recapping the GGR and New Zealand trip for Harvard:

Fergus Scholes, Publisher of Row360 and Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge Champion:

Sean Wolf of Riverside Boat Club on steering the Head Of The Charles:

Paralympian and Five-Time National Team Rower Andrew Johnson:

Mike Nicholson, MUBC oarsman and rowing filmmaker:

Seth Weil, 2013 world bronze medalist in the U.S. men's four:

Paralympian and Five-Time National Team Rower Andrew Johnson:

From the 2013 Big Row in Honor or Jill Costello:
Stanford's Al Acosta and Craig Amerkhanian:
California's Mike Teti and Dave O'Neill:

John Graves, 2013 NSR I winner and Trinity alum:

Justin Wegner, Crew Classic champion with Grand Valley State:

Gevvie Stone, 2012 Olympian and Former Princeton Tiger: 

David Banks, Two-time U.S. Olympian, Stanford University:

John Pojednic, Head Coach, Northeastern University Men's Rowing:

Iain Weir of Rowing Photography (UK) and Rowing Journal:

From the 2012 Cal-Washington Dual at Redwood Shores:
RR Video Interviews: Cal's Dave O'Neill and Michael Callahan of Washington:

From the 2012 Stanford Invitational at Redwood Shores:
RR Video Interviews: Wyatt Allen, two-time Olympic Medalist and Cal men's assistant coach, and Paul Prioleau, two-time national team member (named to 1980 U.S. Olympic Team) and Orange Coast College head coach:

Nick Trojan, U.S. Lightweight Sculler, Junior and U23 National Teamer in Two Parts:
Part 1:
Part 2:

Kate Maloney, U.S. Olympian and Williams College Head Coach, Interview in Two Parts:
Part 1:
Part 2:

Mark Hunter, Beijing gold medalist and 2010-2011 world champion with Team GB

Video Interview with Jen Goldsack and Jeannette Daley, 2011 U.S. Pan Am Team/HOCR Champions:

Video Interview with Mike Gennaro and Ty Otto, U.S. U23 and Pan American Teams:

Peter Graves, Trinity, U.S. National Team:

Video Interview with Jason Read, 2004 and 2008 Olympian:

Video Interview with Natalie Mastracci of the Canadian Women's Eight:

Video Interview with Justin Jones, 2010 US Junior World Champion:

Video Interview with Dr. Mike Murphy, Rowing Canada President:

Video Interview with Sandy Armstrong of Marin Rowing Association:

Video Interview with Graham Willoughby of Marin Rowing Association:

Video Interview with Liz Trond of Connecticut Boat Club:

Video Interview with Günter Beutter, GMS Head Coach:

Video Interview with Paul Allbright, James Madison Head Coach:

Matt Miller, Mid-Atlantic Erg Sprints and 2011 ACRA Champion of UVa:

Video Interviews with Mike Teti from Saturday (top) and Sunday (bottom) at IRAs 2011:

Video Interview: Crash-B and IRA Champion Conlin McCabe of Washington:

Video Interview: Hans Struzyna, Washington Men's Varsity Eight and 2011 IRA Champion:

Video Interview: Luke McGee, Washington Men's Assistant Coach:

Video Interview: Two-Time IRA Champion AJ Brooks of the Washington Second Varsity Eight:

Video Interview: Michael Callahan, Washington Men's Head Coach:

Video Interview: Cambridge Head Coach and GB Olympian Steve Trapmore:

Video Interview: Al Acosta, Stanford Women's Lightweight Head Coach:

Video Interview: Dave O'Neill, California Women's Head Coach, from NCAAs 2011:

Video Interview: Zenon Babraj, USC Women's Head Coach, from NCAAs 2011:

Video Interview: Marshall Foley, NCAA DI Rowing Chair from NCAAs, 2011:

Video Interview: John Murphy, Brown University Women's Head Coach:

Video Interviews with Yaz Farooq, Stanford Women's Head Coach, 2011 NCAA Championships:

Video Interview: Lori Dauphiny, Princeton Women's Head Coach:

Video Interview: Kara Kohler, U23 World Champion, and Elise Etem of California:

Video Interview: Susan Bryukhanov, Stanford NCAA Champion:

Video Interview: Michelle Vezie, Stanford NCAA Champion and GB National Team:

RR Video Interview: Mike Teti, California Men's Head Coach:

Megan Kalmoe, University of Washington, US National Team, Olympian:

Will Daly, Boston University, US National Team, World Champion:

Arthur Ericsson, Washington State University Men's Head Coach:

RR Video Interviews: Dave O'Neill of California, and Kevin Sauer of UVA:

Frank Biller, University of Virginia Men's Head Coach:

Greg Flood, Notre Dame, Two-Time Men's Collegiate Lightweight Crash-B Champion:

Jason Read, Temple, US National Team, Olympic Champion:

Warren Anderson, LMU, US National Team:

Ryan Monaghan, Cornell, US National Team:

Silas Newby Stafford, Stanford, US National Team:

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