CRASH-B Results 2015

Congratulations to the Swan Creek competitors at the Crash-B’s in Boston today:

  • Junior Women, Mackenzie King, 18 of 294!
  • Men 40–49, Alan Albanir, 18 of 78
  • Men 40–49, Dave Gallagher, 49 of 78
  • Lightweight Veteran Men (Age 55-59), Mark Craig, 28 of 49
  • Lightweight Veteran Men (Age 80-84), David Cuff, 3 of 4

Full results here
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Reminder About 2015 Dues

Just a reminder that the deadline for 2015 membership dues is March 1, 2015. Please send your payment along with the application (available on the website). If you have any questions, please direct them to Richard Park.

We will be communicating news about the spring season start date in the next few weeks.

Also, don’t forget that ERGFest is rapidly approaching.  Register online at RegattaCentral up to the day of the event. Walk-ins are permitted, so you can still participate even if you haven’t previously signed up for the event. Please come to watch and cheer everyone on. It’s a fun event at a great facility.

Guest Speaker Henrik Rummel, ESC, 2/23/15, 6:30 pm

We have Henrik Rummel coming to speak with us on Monday (23rd)! The Olympic bronze medalist and current US team member is visiting the youth practice at the ESC School (route 179, Lambertville, opposite the West Amwell Elementary School) at roughly 6.30pm. He is going to tell us about his rowing career, a little about his motivations, inspirations and future goals. We will be asking him questions and generally soaking up his greatness. Please join us! If no-one is at the door of the school then please call my cell #215-498-3779 although I will be speaking to him around 6.30 so if you arrive a little later I may not answer my phone!

His bio on USRowing:
http://www.usrowing.org/pressbox/athletebios/henrikrummel.aspx

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Youth Skype with Grace and Taylor

Below is a video clip of the Skype session the youth team had recently with Grace Luczak and Taylor Goetzinger, US Olympic hopefuls. Such lovely ladies, both currently training at the The U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California. Both normally in Princeton/PNRA but getting put through their paces on the water while our temperatures stay less than ‘fun’. – Coach Min