Ready, Row! USA Episodes
Fall Race Preview with Dietz & Wilson
Legendary Olympic rower & coach Jim Dietz and Mark Wilson of All-American Rowing Camp reveal secret strategies, tell fun stories, and inspire you to participate in the great Fall Head races across the US.
Waco Rowing Center Forges Community Connections
Waco Rowing Center founders Luke Walton & Matt Scheuritzel give us a tour of The new Waco Rowing Center nestled in the rolling grass along the banks of the Brazos River just south of Dallas, drawing from a diverse community of youth & masters rowers – and future rowers!
Rowers Celebrate Disability Pride Month
Guests: Kerry Kingdon, para athlete & designer, teamtsunami6 and Patrick Johnson, Director of Rowing at Athletes Without Limits.
Arts of Rowing: Jonathan Wright, poet & craftsman
Need a break from the intensity of the regatta season? Join us for another pop-up podcast in our Arts of Rowing Series. Meet Jonathan A. Wright, writer and “Renaissance Guy.”
INTERVIEW: Olympic Rower & Coach Jim Dietz on his new rowing center
INTERVIEW with Olympic Rower & Coach, Jim Dietz on the announcement of his eponymous new Rowing Center in Stonington, CT.
Learn-to-Row to Longterm Rower
Boathouses and rowing programs are gearing up for Learn-to-Row Day June 4. With this annual event in mind, we brought in in LTR experts Tara Morgan of Seize the Oar and Dave Harvey of Tacoma Rowing to discuss strategies to help boathouses and rowing programs create the best LTR events and develop longterm rowers.
Row Away! Travel Tips for 2022
Jump on the livestream for some last-minute secrets & strategies from seasoned guides & travelers Ruth Marr CEO of Rowing the World and Mark Wilson, co-founder of All-American Rowing Camp.
The Rise of Tacoma Rowing
Tacoma Rowing’s coach & founder Dave Harvey join us on this livestream pop-up to bring us up-to-date on this new club, which is committed to creating an atmosphere of inclusion and removing the barriers that have historically made the sport of rowing exclusive.
Remote Coxswain “Sees” for Scullers
Remote Coxswain adaptive rudder allows the visually impaired to participate in water activities – even single sculling! These remote-controlled rudders are custom made by inventor Bob Berry.