Whitney Powell (a.k.a. The Candid Cox)

Whitney has been coxing men’s teams for about 14 years. She started coxing at the famed two-year Orange Coast college & went on to cox for clubs all over the US like California Rowing Club, PennAC, LMU, River City, and more. She went to film school at LMU & now works as a TV correspondent […]

Charlotte Pierce

Charlotte Pierce is a masters sculler and recreational sweeps rower out of Community Rowing in Boston, MA.  She has hosted the weekly Ready, Row! USA podcast since 2018. Her company, Pierce Press, publishes the Peeragogy Books (alt. education), DayTripper Books (sustainable travel), and Gigglequick Books (children’s) imprints. Pierce Press offers podcasting and media production services.

Niamh Hayes

Meet Niamh Hayes, the host of the Irish Rowing Podcast. Niamh is a journalist, working in the broadcasting industry in Ireland, in television, radio and print. Niamh has been rowing for 22 years. She was first introduced to the sport as a child when her family members joined the local coastal rowing club, Galley Flash […]

Lillian Morton

Lillian is a New Zealand Registered Nutritionist with over 12 years of experience in the sports science field. Her background includes a variety of sports, ages, and performance levels – having worked at HPSNZ, Rowing NZ, NZ Rugby and a wide variety of other sports with elite athletes, development athletes, and recreational athletes. She holds […]

Lou Harwood

Lou started rowing in high school after watching the start of a sprint race on Lake Quinsigamond and falling in love with the sport. He went on to row and pursue a dual degree in  Computer Science and Business Administration. Shortly after college he met Henry Palmer, who was his coach at Union Boat Club. Lou works […]

Sean Wolf

Sean Wolf is a respected, driven, and honest member of the rowing community and a loyal ambassador for the sport.  A proud resident of Boston and a diehard Red Sox, Celtics, Patriots, and Bruins fan. Sean Wolf is a decorated oarsman with a deeply rooted history in rowing. He is a former multi USA National Team member in […]

Blake Gourlay

Blake Gourley brings over a decade of rowing experience to the table. He spent 4 years rowing for LGRC where he was team captain and the fastest rower on the team in 2004. In 2004 Blake was recruited to row for Cal’s undefeated freshman crew. An injury at Cal sidelined his rowing career, but led […]

Joe Deleo

Joe DeLeo focuses on working with individuals to get stronger, move better, and be injury free. He has a strong passion to help rowers develop these qualities so they can perform their fastest in the rowing shell. He also has tremendous experience rehabbing rowing-related injuries and stresses. He uses a variety of modalities to train his […]

Will Ruth

Will Ruth is the strength coach for the Western Washington University men’s club team and the author of the bestselling e-book, “Rowing Stronger: Strength Training to Maximize Rowing Performance.” A former junior rower, Will graduated from Western with a degree in kinesiology with a focus in sport psychology. He holds certifications from the National Strength and […]

Marlene Royle

Marlene Royle was among the first coaches in the United States dedicated to masters rowing. Marlene’s career began in 1982 coaching the Boston University Summer Recreational Rowing Program, a community sweep program on the Charles River. Then, Marlene was the Varsity Girl’s Coach at  Middlesex School in Concord, Massachusetts in 1986 and 1987. In 1986, she […]

Rebecca Caroe

Rebecca Caroe is a masters rower and a rowing coach currently working with adult beginners. She learnt to row at Pembroke College, Cambridge when accosted by a coxswain who said “You’re tall – you should try rowing“.  And so she did.  And has been enjoying the sport ever since. Rebecca has coached athletes from age […]

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