Rowing Events

25 Jun 19
All Things Georgian

Today, we’re taking you back in time to a public breakfast given by Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire at the end of June 1802, at her villa, Chiswick House. Public it might have been, but entry was only for those ‘of note’ in the fashionable world. You’ll be mingling with around 700 members of London’s high […]

25 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Libby Jackson of the Huntingdon Boat Club won the WJ13 individual skiffs category. Image: SUBMITTED The annual event drew more than 200 participants from East and London last Saturday. A total of 162 races were organized on a 550-meter section of the Great Ouse River. The Mayor of the City, Councilor Daniel Rowe, was present […]

25 Jun 19
Hear The Boat Sing

25 June 2019 By Göran R Buckhorn Exciting news from Mystic Seaport Museum: A large donation will make it possible to open the Watercraft Hall for visitors on a daily basis. In mid-June, Mystic Seaport Museum announced three proposals to change its grounds ‘that will advance the Museum’s role as a leader in the maritime […]

25 Jun 19
Repeating Islands

Prensa Latina reports that Cuban rower Ángel Fournier won a bronze medal at the 2nd World Rowing Cup, which took place this past weekend in Poland. Angel Fournier, from Cuba, on Sunday won the bronze medal in the single weight open modality at the 2nd World Rowing Cup, which ended today [Sunday, June 23, 2019] […]

25 Jun 19
Dave The Kayaker

I just received the following email from the Annapolis Rowing Club: “Subject: Wye Island hiatus 2019 Body: Annapolis Rowing Club will not host the Wye Island Regatta in 2019, due to safety and logistical challenges. We will focus on events near Annapolis and will re-assess for 2020. If you have comments or ideas, please email trustee […]

24 Jun 19
Sports Daily Tips

A British rookie coming through the ranks at McLaren, and pushing his team-mate – a more experienced Spaniard – at the start of his Formula 1 career. Sounds like the famous story of Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso in 2007, right? But no, this is Lando Norris, Britain’s latest impressive rookie, who has been superb […]

24 Jun 19
The Night Watchman

Blog note. Jesus indicated that ‘fearful sights’ (various natural disasters) would occur leading up to the time known as the Tribulation and Great Tribulation (a combined seven year period of great destruction on earth). Although these types of things have occurred in the past for centuries and thousands of years, they could be identified as […]

24 Jun 19
Tibbs in Training

Recently (April), the Court for the Arbitration of Sport (CAS), ruled on a case that has been creating a fervor in the sport world for the better part of a decade. Ostensibly, the case is about whether women who have an intersex condition (what the International Association of Athletics Federation calls “46 XY DSD”) must lower […]

24 Jun 19
Why CLE?

Was this weekend not the most glorious kickoff to summer?! Oh my goodness, we soaked up every moment of it! JCC Camp Friday wrapped up Jeffrey’s week at the Mandel Jewish Community Center‘s Anisfield Day Camp. The kids got to swim, play dodgeball and Simon Says, do crafts, run a ninja course, and generally burn […]

24 Jun 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

It has been described by many as the greatest day in Australian women’s sporting history. Australians woke up on Monday to a cascade of achievements from the nation’s female athletes in tennis, golf, surfing and rowing. First, surfer Sally Fitzgibbons cut a monster wave at the Rio Pro to cruise to the world number one […]

24 Jun 19
TN Travel Blog

So you will remember when we left off in part one, it was as the ‘appy couple’ made there grand entrance into the reception hall. That as you may recall was by Rob walking over a china plate and smashing it into pieces. This is all about Latvian tradition. The more pieces of plate there […]