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The Seattle Times: Washington men rally for victory over California in rowing rivalry
The Seattle Times: Washington men rally for victory over California in rowing rivalry
It was a memorable win in what Michael Callahan, coach of the Washington men’s rowing team, considers one of the most important races of the year. ...
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UW Men Sweep 108th Cal Dual
UW Men Sweep 108th Cal Dual
Washington’s men’s rowing team won all four races today in the 108th Cal Dual on Montlake Cut. ...
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UW Women Win Two Trophies at San Diego Crew Classic
UW Women Win Two Trophies at San Diego Crew Classic
Washington’s women’s varsity four won the Karen Plumleigh Cortney Cup, the third varsity took home the Carley Copley Cup, and UW crews earned the silver medal in three other events Sunday on the final day of the San Diego Crew Classic ...
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The Seattle Times: Greek rowing star Sofia Asoumanaki hopes to propel UW women to a national title
The Seattle Times: Greek rowing star Sofia Asoumanaki hopes to propel UW women to a national title
It all began with happenstance meeting with a Greek rowing legend. Sofia Asoumanaki was 16 and vacationing with her family on a beach in Greece when Greek Olympic medalist and now rowing coach Vasileios Polymeros noticed her playing volleyball. ...
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The Seattle Times: UW rower Andrew Gaard reaches the top despite being smaller than most
The Seattle Times: UW rower Andrew Gaard reaches the top despite being smaller than most
Andrew Gaard looks more like a mechanical engineer than someone named the top under-23 rower in the country. But the University of Washington senior is both. ...
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118th Class Day Regatta Marks Traditional Start Of Season
118th Class Day Regatta Marks Traditional Start Of Season
The traditional beginning of the UW’s spring rowing season comes this Saturday, March 23, with the 118th Class Day Regatta. Racing on the Montlake Cut begins at 10:00 a.m. PT. ...
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UW Men Win Temple Challenge Cup at Henley
UW Men Win Temple Challenge Cup at Henley
Washington rowing’s men’s eight won the Temple Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta Sunday, beating a crew from Oxford Brookes University in record time. ...
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UW Men & Women Headed To Henley Royal Regatta
UW Men & Women Headed To Henley Royal Regatta
Washington Rowing and the Henley Royal Regatta each boast a proud tradition together, one that dates back 60 years. ...
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UW Wins 11th Ten Eyck In Last 12; Finishes 2nd In Varsity 8+ Final
UW Wins 11th Ten Eyck In Last 12; Finishes 2nd In Varsity 8+ Final
The Washington men’s rowing team took home the James Ten Eyck Trophy as the overall points winner for the 11th time in the last 12 years, but for the second year in a row, it was Yale that won the national title as winner of the Intercollegiate Rowing Association varsity eight grand final Sund...
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No. 1 Huskies Ready for 116th IRA Championships
No. 1 Huskies Ready for 116th IRA Championships
The No. 1-ranked Washington men’s rowing team heads to Lake Mercer in West Windsor, N.J., for the 116th Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships this Friday through Sunday. The Huskies will compete in all four heavyweight categories at IRAs. Racing begins at 8 a.m. ET on Friday. ...
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UW Earns Second Place At NCAA; Second Varsity Wins Gold
UW Earns Second Place At NCAA; Second Varsity Wins Gold
Washington and California, the top two women’s rowing teams in the Pac-12 and in the nation, battled down to the wire at the 2018 NCAA Rowing Championships, finishing first and second in all three grand finals, but the Golden Bears won two out of those three to earn the national title. ...
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The Seattle Times: Brooke Mooney brings ‘serious power’ to UW’s varsity eight as team seeks to repeat as national champions
The Seattle Times: Brooke Mooney brings ‘serious power’ to UW’s varsity eight as team seeks to repeat as national champions
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UW men’s rowing coach Michael Callahan on “Q It Up Sports”
UW men’s rowing coach Michael Callahan on “Q It Up Sports”
UW men’s coach Michael Callahan appeared on Q13’s “Q It Up Sports” on Sunday night, previewing both the men’s team’s trip to IRAs and the women at NCAAs this weekend. ...
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No. 1-Ranked Huskies Head To Sarasota For NCAAs
No. 1-Ranked Huskies Head To Sarasota For NCAAs
The Washington women’s rowing team will compete at the 2018 NCAA Championships May 25-27 in Sarasota, Fla., as the NCAA announced the 22-team field for the regatta today. The No. 1-ranked Huskies, under second-year head coach Yasmin Farooq, earned the top seed in each of the three NCAA races. ...
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Good thoughts have much to do with good rowing. It isn’t enough for the muscles of the crew to work in unison; their hearts and minds must also be one.
– George Pocock