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Tulsa's Jenny Casson
March 15, 2017
This week's interview is with senior Jenny Casson from Tulsa. Casson decided to try and row lightweight last summer and ended up making the Canadian U23 Lightweight Women's 2x that raced to a 7th place finish at the 2016 World Championships.  more

Men's Rowing in the US
Questions and Hope for a New Cycle (Part 4)
March 13, 2017
Months of interviews by row2k with top U.S. college, club, and national team coaches have seen answers that are mostly encouraging and provide a picture of a future of possible positive change.  more

Giant hands, eights from above, dramatic sky, exit the boat! and more!  more

Among varsity and college club coaches, the perception that opportunities are scarce meets resistance.  more

Virginia's Grace Tuttle
March 6, 2017
This week's interview is with fifth-year senior Grace Tuttle from Virginia. Tuttle quit the sport after high school and told the UVA coaches she was never doing it again. Now she is the team captain.  more

Indoor queen, mad watts, waves on Mercer, winter singles and more!  more

Men's Rowing in the US
Looking Past Tradition into The Future (Part 2)
February 28, 2017
Matt Miller's story and path to the national team is an example of the issues collegiate club athletes face if they want to row on a national team.  more

Spacepods, dock stars, boat stars and more!  more

Men's Rowing in the US
The International Presence at U.S. Colleges (Part 1)
February 22, 2017
Nate Goodman had been a top scholastic rower with two stints on the US Jr team when he arrived at Yale University to a boathouse full of many of the best collegiate athletes from around the world.  more

Ergs, ergs, ergs, UVa snowrow, Legoland boats and more!  more

Dartmouth's Wyatt Genasci-Smith
February 15, 2017
This week's feature is an interview with Dartmouth Lightweight Wyatt Genasci-Smith, who, as a sophomore this year is studying abroad in Cambodia prior to his return for the spring racing season. We chat with him about the role his teammates play in life as well as his world travels.  more

2017 FISA Extraordinary Congress
Goodbye Light Men's Four
February 11, 2017
FISA wrapped its weekend meetings in Tokyo at the Extraordinary Congress, electing to recommend an Olympic schedule for the 2020 Games that eliminates the lightweight men’s four and replaces it with a women’s four.  more

John Cena drops by, rowing folks getting stir crazy, big wave rowing, tug-o-war and more!  more

San Diego State's Bianca van Dyk
February 7, 2017
This week's feature is with Kiwi and San Diego State freshman Bianca van Dyk. We chat with Bianca about finding rowing from netball, and her transition from Zealand to the United States.  more

2017 FISA Extraordinary Congress
Big Changes Possible for Olympic and Paralympic Rowing
February 3, 2017
The Tokyo meeting may be a heavily debated and critical reckoning and juncture for international rowing.  more

Sunset reach, #hangry socks, erg suspension, winter light and more!  more

Cornell Lightweight Matt White
February 1, 2017
This week row2k features Matt White, a senior captain on Cornell's Lightweight squad. When Matt isn't rowing, studying, or competing in Ironmans, he's completing the Rubik's Cube in under 30 seconds.  more

T-Rex rowing, coxswain digits, stern skills, taking on the erg and more!  more

Ohio State's Aina Cid
January 24, 2017
This week's row2k Interview is with Ohio State senior rower Aina Cid, who qualified the Spanish W2- for the Olympic Games at the FOQR and raced to a 6th place finish in Rio.  more

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