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Sunrises, sunsets, honey buckets, and more!  more

With regular season racing done, most schools are putting the final touches to their lineups. For real racing though, there is the Windermere Cup in Seattle.  more

This past weekend was the last regular season race for the majority of the D1 schools, most of which are headed next to their conference championships and hitting their top speed for the spring. Women's collegiate report (updated 4:30pm Thursday with some pretty extreme Dale England Cup info).  more

A year after JL Racing was shut out of selling merchandise at USRowing Regattas, the California based sports clothing company is now the official US national team outfitter.  more

Eric Murray on the 'hero to the young' beer ad controversy  more

Surge testing, cox tosses, flat water, and more!  more

Collegiate Women's Weekend Round Up
April 25, 2018
The NCAA regular season is quickly nearing an end. With the conference championships approaching, we look at which teams are looking fast and which races this weekend could have an impact.  more

The collegiate spring season is just a little over three months long, but getting a crew into a competitive mindset can mean traveling a long way, and in more ways than just moving athletes from venue to venue. These are the weeks in the season that the journey will prove to be fruitful or not. Here's look at the collegiate men's season this week.  more

Weather extremes, photo bombs, cox tosses and more!  more

The men's regular season is inching toward the regional championships, and the "races that define your season," still there are a few duals that happen that have historical importance to the schools involved. One of the is sandwiched into the a busy weekend of racing overall, and takes place this at Redwood Shores.  more

Check out this week's Women's Weekend Roundup for a review of last weekend's races, what races are scheduled for this weekend, and how teams fared in the poll results in the NCAA Women's Weekend Roundup.  more

Fly-bys, retirements, chrome oars, and more!  more

The collegiate men's racing season is far enough along that it is time to take a look at the results to see who is fast and moving and which crews have the most challenging schedule for the coming weekend.  more

The ROWed to the NCAA's
April 12, 2018
The 2018 spring season for women's rowing has been well underway for several weeks as teams are competing for conference titles and gaining one of the 22 spots for the NCAA Rowing Championships. Here is a look at how the NCAA ranks stand this week.  more

"Kiss the Joy: The Story of Joan Lind Van Blom" reaches beyond a documentary of a pioneer in women's rowing and paints a portrait of a driven athlete who strove for perfection but always conducted herself as a humble representative of the sport she loved throughout her life. The film debuts at the Newport Beach Film Festival on April 28.  more

Cold Spring Break, workout jokes, trophy reflections, and more!  more

When 15-year-old San Diego Rowing Club's Skye Vanderlinden wanted to learn sign language to communicate with a neighbor, she turned to music videos. That was 1500 videos and more than 3000 followers ago.  more

Boat Race champagne, spring break, epic sunrises, and more!  more

Crew Classic prep, nor'easters, green rivers, and more!  more

Floating ergs, rogue alpacas, dolphins and more!  more

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