The Head of the Charles 2015 live webcast is located at http://www.hocr.org/the-regatta/live-webcast/ You can watch live or select an event number to view after the fact. My race is the Senior Master 4+, Saturday 10:44 AM, bow #4, Ever Green Boat Club, bow seat.
To anyone out there who wants to watch some live rowing, the Head of the Charles regatta is running this Saturday and Sunday. There is a live webcam from Cambridge Boat Club, that shows crews coming down the last mile of the course and through the narrow bridge where all the spectacular crashes happen. The … More Head of the Charles Live Webcam Info
This is a first in 15+ years on the Concept2 logbook. Paul Buchanan pointed out that my profile got selected as the “Profile of the Day.” I have been exclusively on-water this summer so I haven’t been checking the logbook, and I forgot I even had a CrossFit-specific profile, which I use for logging meters … More My CrossFit Profile is featured on the Concept2 Logbook page today!
This weekend is the Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, MA – the largest rowing event in the world. For those who want to see what on-water racing in different boat types is like, you can watch a live webcast here. There will be many of the world’s best current and former champions racing, … More Head of the Charles Regatta This Weekend!
It’s a blustery fall day with one week to go before the Head of the Charles! I’d like to offer a perspective on some workouts that help prepare rowers for a typical fall “head race,” which is usually 5K on-water. This also applies to CrossFitters who are prepping for 5K or 6K time trials on … More Rowing 5K or Head Race Preparation – 600 Power Strokes
I just got back from the Head of the Charles Regatta 2012 in Boston, Massachusetts. It is by far the world’s greatest rowing spectacle, and was especially cool this year because of two things: 1) It is a post-Olympic year and all of the stars were there, and 2) The weather was the best I … More Head of the Charles 2012 Report
Had a great race on Saturday in the Masters Eight rowing for Ever Green Boat club – strong, smooth, consistent, perfect steering, no mishaps except for a broken cox-box. So we were all surprised to learn that we came in 13th? In retrospect we were part of a tight grouping of times in which 10 … More Head of the Charles Results