We just got the HOSR photos posted, and are looking ahead to a heap of regatta coverage the next two weeks as well. With two regattas in town, this coming weekend was to be Princeton's turn to show off some peak fall color for the camera sensors.
Technically central NJ is past peak, but light winds and rain kept things bryte more
Best I can tell, this is Neil Hughes of the Christian Brothers Academy Boys Senior Four and he took a quick moment on the awards dock to take a quick selfie. His crew won the silver medal, well rowed. more
This is the Washington Men's Varsity 8+ celebrating their fourth consecutive IRA Regatta Championship. The crew defeated Brown (silver) and Cal (bronze) after finishing second to Cal in the semifinal at the first IRA to be contested at Mercer Lake. more
Here's the best 'clash' photo from the 50th running of the Head Of The Charles this year. This is between La Salle College HS on the left and Brunswick School Boat Club on the right. The collision occured just after Anderson Bridge and resulted in a one minute penalty on Brunswick School. more
In what has become something of a tradition the last several years at the NCAA Women's Rowing Championships, the winners of the DI team and/or Varsity 8+ title have had impromptu celebrations that included most of the team swimming out to greet the Varsity 8+ on the water. more
This photo was shot following the semifinal at World Cup II in Aiguebelette, FRA. It's of the GBR LM2x of Jamie Kirkwood and William Fletcher after just getting beat by the Austrian double at the line by 0.14 seconds to take fourth place. more
Love this shot of the Pacific Rowing Club's Men's Youth 4+ following their win at Youth Nationals. The crew defeated Belmont Hill for the gold medal and were quite excited after crossing the finish line! more
I took this photo from across the lake in Amsterdam following the Croatian Men's Double setting the world's best time in the semifinal. Martin and Valent Sinkovic raced to a time of 5:59.72, the first double to crack the six minute barrier. The brothers would go on to win the A Final as well. more
This shot is from rep one of the youth women's quad on Saturday during the USRowing Youth National Championships at Lake Natoma, CA. This one is unique in that there are seven quads and all 56 oars are out of the water. more
This is Aymen Merji, the Tunisian Lightweight Men's single sculler for this year. I just think this photo is awesome. Taken during the time trial heats during World Cup II in Aiguebelette, France. more
Andrew Campbell, the USA LM1x for the World Champs in Amsterdam, entered the regatta as one of the medal favorites following his second U23 title in the event the month prior. He won his heat, then disaster struck in the quarterfinal when he clipped a bouy with his starboard oar and capsized into the Bosbaan. more
Here's the second cox toss to make the top 31 images. It's of Cal coxswain Julian Venonsky follow his crew's win in the Ladies Plate at Henley Royal Regatta. Venonsky scores a 10 on technique, and was quickly followed by his whole crew into the Thames. more
Here's a photo from the 10-year anniverary reunion row for the 2004 USA Olympic Champion Men's Eight. row2k was fortunate enough to get to interview all nine members of the crew during their visit to Princeton and produced two videos of the men chatting about their memories of the crew and the racing in Athens.
Alex Gregory of the GBR Men's Four carried his son through the mixed zone following his crew's World Championship win in Amsterdam. row2k was lucky enough to catch him just as he walked passed the Union Jack hanging from the grand stand. more