USA W8+ cox Katelin Snyder heads into the drink...
Worlds Sunday: Big Boats and Big Finishes Sunday, September 1, 2013 The last day of finals is bittersweet; there is still an anxious anticipation in the air for the last events, and yet many rowers are ready to get home and do more work; this world-class event stirs up the true competitor and leaves them hungry for more. ...more
Michael Hwang, coxswain of the USA LM8+
Worlds: A Day in the Life Saturday, August 31, 2013 Since it's hard to imagine what it's like being at the World Championships, we spoke to Michael Hwang, coxswain of the USA LM8+ to hear what his day is like.
A strong Silver medal from the USA LW2x...
Worlds Saturday: Olympian Speed Saturday, August 31, 2013 As the week has progressed the racing has become more impressive and today was no different; these were not simply Olympic class boats racing, but Olympic level athletes putting everything down on the line. ...more
USA W4- takes gold...
Worlds Friday: Full Set Finals Friday, August 30, 2013 It's the longest day of racing beginning with the lowest level F finals, and ending on a high note with the first set of elite A finals. The USA claimed a full set today, Gold-Silver-Bronze. ...more
USA W2- moves to the final...
Worlds Thursday: Breathe and Attack Thursday, August 29, 2013 Semifinal day is here; the last opportunity to make the finals and race for a spot on the podium. In many races, the last chance for the final were decided almost entirely by mad sprints. ...more
McCarthy & Hurley of the USA LTAMix2x on the podium
Worlds Tuesday: Getting it Done in the Reps Tuesday, August 27, 2013 There were two incredibly close races for the US crews today—-the kinds of races where the whole crowd waits with bated breath as the boats emerge in front of the grandstand. ...more
Worlds Sunday: Hot Heats in Chungju Sunday, August 25, 2013 It may only be day one, but the US crews have not wasted any time in showing their strength, advancing directly to quarterfinals or semifinals in 7 races. ...more
Pep Boys? No, Korean Dignitaries welcoming athletes to Chungju