Seven Washington rowers will vie for a place at the 2016 Olympic Games starting this weekend at the Final Olympic Qualification Regatta in Lucerne, Switzerland.
Washington’s men’s rowing team saw a streak of six consecutive Pac-12 championships broken and the UW women finished in third place as California won the men’s and women’s conference titles Sunday on Lake Natoma.
Lou Gellermann, who earned legendary status at the University of Washington as a rower, coach and announcer, has passed away. Gellermann was 79 years old.
The Washington Rowing program could not have asked for a better result in the 30th Annual Windermere Cup, as both the men’s and women’s rowing teams took home the Windermere Cup and the Erickson Cascade Cup for their respective programs.
Longtime UW women’s coach Jan Harville was named Pac-12 Women’s Rowing Coach of the Century and the Huskies’ 1997 varsity eight was honored as Varsity Eight of the Century.
Eighty years after their legendary feat, recognition for Washington Rowing’s 1936 eight-oared crew continues to come. Tonight, the Pac-12 Conference honored “The Boys In The Boat” as the conference’s Varsity Eight of the Century.
College rowing’s most picturesque setting hosts the sport’s most well-attended regatta as the Windermere Cup returns for its 30th year Saturday, May 7, on the Montlake Cut.
The pick of the men’s and women’s freshmen rowing classes have earned their spot in their respective races’ freshman boats in the 115th Class Day Regatta on March 26 which serves as the traditional start of the Huskies’ race season.
Washington Rowing and Windermere Real Estate announce a change in the field for the 2016 Windermere Cup. The Russian Men’s National Team and the Cambridge University Women’s Boat Club will be the headlining opponents for their respective races.
Washington coxswain Stuart Sim has been selected as the coxswain of Australia’s men’s eight that will attempt to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.