Yes, Petaluma really is an “Eden for Rowing”

Thanks to row2k.com for a link to this article in the Sonoma County Press-Democrat about rowing in Petaluma, California.  I rowed there for about 10 years, did the original website for North Bay Rowing Club, and can testify that it really is an ideal, and often overlooked, place to row.  The first thing you need … More Yes, Petaluma really is an “Eden for Rowing”

Probably no rowing for a week or more in New Jersey

Irene is “past” although actually we are getting stronger wind gusts on the tail end than we got during the storm (50+ mph).  The Passaic River is forecast to reach record flood levels, but that usually takes 2-3 days to happen.  Judging from these pics we won’t be getting on the water anytime soon.   … More Probably no rowing for a week or more in New Jersey

Changing my rowing club affiliation to Passaic River Rowing Association

Well, the time has come to change my rowing club affiliation to Passaic River Rowing Association.  I rowed with a buddy at PRRA last fall when I won Masters Nationals in the double sculls, and I feel that the club will align better with my competitive goals while allowing me more flexibility to integrate Crossfit … More Changing my rowing club affiliation to Passaic River Rowing Association

Masters Nationals: Racing in men’s “A” double sculls final this afternoon

OK, at the risk of possibly embarrassing transparency in the internet age, live split timing is available at http://bit.ly/bdGz0g The race is at 5:12 PM eastern time, I am in Lane 1, listed as “Passaic/COMPOSITE” I am in a boat with a buddy of mine from Seattle, Jim Benz, who now rows at  Passaic River … More Masters Nationals: Racing in men’s “A” double sculls final this afternoon