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Oxford vs. Washington Fixture
March 2, 2009
Every year, in the run up to the Oxford and Cambridge boat race, the University crews take part in a number of fixtures where they invite local and international opposition to race over the Championship Course.  more

Interview
Australia's Drew Ginn
February 18, 2009
Drew Ginn burst onto the international rowing scene in 1996, winning Olympic gold as part of the Australia's Oarsome Foursome. He has since followed that up with two more Olympic gold medals in the men's pair in 2004 and 2008; as well as winning five world championships. Ginn missed the Sydney Olympics with a back injury and was almost knocked out of Beijing after rupturing a disc at the start of the regatta.  more

Interview
Chris Clark
February 4, 2009
Wisconsin men's coach Chris Clark shares his thoughts on men's rowing and the NCAA, as well some of the factors that help build the 2008 IRA champion Varsity 8  more

Interview
The Muffelman Response
January 30, 2009
Matt Muffelman was the inspiration for Chris Mare's now famous tattoo that was featured as the row2k Photo of the Day on Monday, January 26. What does Matt think about all this?  more

Feature
Olaf too Tufte for NZ boys
December 8, 2008
A hundred years ago - and more - a sculling match race was a major occasion.  more

Feature
2008 Crew of the Year
December 1, 2008
Did your crew or a crew you know of have a year of unprecedented success in 2008? Nominate them for row2k's "2008 Crew of the Year" poll.  more

Poem
Resolve
November 14, 2008
A poem by Carole Luke for Ted Nash  more

Meet Robin Coleman, AKA Hellga from NBC's American Gladiators, and an avid rower.  more

Feature
Photo Poll - Gnarliest Photo, Fall 2008
November 6, 2008
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Please feel free to add your memories and thoughts about Emil in the public comments area at the bottom of this page.  more

Rowing Photography
Doubles crack me up
August 5, 2008
The day before I travel to Beijing, we're just getting to the end of posting all the galleries of the crews during practice before they left for processing and the Games on July 25.  more

Peter Van Allen's Q&A with Dan Boyne about the research and writing of his new book.  more

Feature
Boiler Up Two
May 12, 2008
It's victory two years running in the MV8 for Purdue, who has also quietly racked up a run of seven of the last nine overall point trophies at the Dad Vail Regatta.  more

Rainy (surprise) weather and a conflict with the WIRA Regatta this weekend kept the size of the usual Opening Day throng down in the mere thousands, but the fans and crews that did make it out to the Montlake Cut for the annual regatta, party and boat parade put on a stellar show nonetheless.  more

Feature
Crew of the Week - 2008
April 20, 2008
Did your crew or a crew you know of have a great race over the weekend? Nominate them for row2k's new "Crew of the Week" poll.  more

Interview
The Tom Weil Collection
April 6, 2008
Thomas Weil's rowing collection, split between the Mystic Seaport Museum, the River and Rowing Museum in Henley and his private collection.  more

Interview
Tom Weil Q&A
April 4, 2008
Mystic Seaport Museum received a substantial collection of rowing artifacts from Thomas Eliot Weil, who lives in Woodbridge, Conn., but has a long and storied career both on and off the water.  more

Feature
Brown Cup Boat Race
April 2, 2008
The Gorge Waterway is becoming a favored course for UBC having won on it in each of the last 5 meetings with UVic between the Head of the Gorge and Brown Cup races.  more

Feature
Destination Spring Break: Oak Ridge
March 27, 2008
The pilgrimage to Melton Hill Lake in Oak Ridge, Tennessee made sense for crews across the country this year. As the northern-most of the southern-ish training locales, many teams rolled into town a few hours earlier than expected, followed the plentiful signs to the venue, and still had time for the Waffle House after unloading the trailer.  more

Peter Mallory's 'The Sport of Rowing'
Joe Burk, Coach; Harry Parker, Sculler
March 7, 2008
Two more chapters from Peter Mallory's book on the Evolution of the Rowing Stroke: Chapter 59: The continuing story of Joe Burk's extraordinary career in rowing, this time as a coach; Chapter 60: Harry Parker, sculler and Burk protege  more

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