Ready, Row! USA Episodes
IRL Rises Again at Community Rowing
The Institute for Rowing Leadership at Community Rowing, Inc. in Boston was founded to equip coaches for excellence and leadership in coaching and in life. Today, we talk with CRI’s CB Sands-Bohrer about the re-launch of this acclaimed program.
Pocock’s Camp Lucy Changes Lives
In this #ReadyRowUSA “Pop-up Podcast” Zoe Vais from the George Pocock Rowing Foundation drops by to talk about their inclusive Camp Lucy program.
Club Spotlight: Spokane River Rowing
Board member Bobbi Kizer of the Spokane River Rowing Assn. joins us for our first Club Spotlight “Pop-Up Podcast” of 2022! Learn how the small but mighty Spokane River Rowing Association is baking access and inclusion into the DNA and mission of their club.
ROWAPALOOZA – Celebrating 3 years & 100 episodes!
Join our rolling celebration of the 3rd year/100th episode of Ready, Row! USA connecting the rowing community!
USRowing Convention Preview
USRowing aims to to “lead through change,” in the rapid evolution of technology, coaching, inclusion/DEI initiatives,, SafeSport, and more. Here’s a preview of the hands-on demos & deep dives from experts at the Dec. 7-11 USRowing Convention.
The STEM of Rowing
Coach Neil Bergenroth of Tulsa Youth Rowing has developed an app and a program to teach science, technology, engineering, and math through rowing.
Linda Muri Goes to Hollywood (ish)
Athlete & coach Linda Muri taught the actors for the movie Heart of Champions, how to row. Muri runs Rocket Science Rowing, and many other rowing-related projects. Livestream 10/26, 5:30 ET.
Coaching Different Strokes at RMU & Three Rivers
Rowing coach Carol Shoenecker recently completed a doctoral program in Educational Leadership with a specific research focus on the narratives, stories, and experiences of four Black female rowers (her own athletes) rowing for and attending a predominantly white institution.
Heads UP! Fall Race Preview with Jim Dietz & Mark Wilson
Join legendary coaches & athletes Jim Dietz and Mark Wilson for a lively discussion full of insight, good stories, and practical tips for the fall head racing season – from the venerable Head of the Charles to the Schuylkill, Fish, Hooch, and Music.