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JLVelo - Tour de France 101 by, Kevin O'Hara

JLVelo - Tour de France 101 by, Kevin O'Hara

August 14, 2019

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Renewable Rowing at JL by, Kevin O'Hara

Renewable Rowing at JL by, Kevin O'Hara

August 14, 2019

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Intermediate Cycling Tips by, Kevin O'Hara

Intermediate Cycling Tips by, Kevin O'Hara

August 14, 2019

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Rowing Music Pump-Up Jams by, Kevin O'Hara

Rowing Music Pump-Up Jams by, Kevin O'Hara

August 14, 2019

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Rowing tales - Everyone Loves a Good Story by, Rebecca Caroe

Rowing tales - Everyone Loves a Good Story by, Rebecca Caroe

August 07, 2019

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USRowing and ESPN Team Up!

USRowing and ESPN Team Up!

July 25, 2019

ESPN and USRowing have agreed for all five days of U23 action to be broadcast on their channel ESPN3. Content is available online and will cover racing from heats to finals over all five days. 

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Save Vancouver Lake

Save Vancouver Lake

July 08, 2019

Please join us in supporting the eradication of Eurasian Milfoil in Vancouver Lake.  JL, together with The George Pocock Rowing Foundation, Hudson, Concept2 and Pocock Racing Shells have created a tee shirt--100% of the profits from sales of the shirt will go to Friends of Vancouver Lake.  Your $30 purchase will help to clear the water.

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Spring Cleaning, Rower Style

Spring Cleaning, Rower Style

April 08, 2019

When I started rowing in the ’70s, betting your shirt was a tradition for the men’s programs.  If you lost your race, you handed the tank or shirt that you were wearing (the uniform back then!) to your counterpart in the winning crew.  It was common at the end of a regatta to see guys with armfuls of spoil, and many more washing boats sans shirts.   Women’s crews decided to trade instead of bet--teams tried to design a shirt that other programs would covet. 

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A Time For Reflection. 

A Time For Reflection. 

February 20, 2019

What Arshay and leaders like him recognize is that boats also offer refuge and opportunity.  He points out that the most dangerous hours for inner city kids fall between the final school bell and when their parents get home from work.  Provide access to rowing—with the contagious positives that passionate coaches, teammates, physical expression bring.  

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