Finals Racing in Amsterdam

Finals racing has been furious in Amsterdam, with world records being broken in many different event classes, some of which have stood for almost two decades. The lightweight quad was the first to race for the US and Craftsbury, making a statement in Friday's B final where they lead from wire to wire. The US won in a time of 5:54 ahead of Mexico, Uruguay and Brazil. Josh Konieczny and Austin Meyer were next to race in Saturday's B final of the men's lightweight double after coming in fourth from a photo finish in the A/B semifinal. The crew was 5th off the line and was ...

Finals Set at World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam

It was a day of close racing for the Craftsbury boats representing the United States at the World Championships today in Amsterdam, with both the lightweight double and heavyweight quad unfortunately just missing out on advancing to the A ...

Repechages and Quarterfinals at 2014 World Rowing Championships

After yesterday's delay of racing due to conditions deemed unfair by the course officials, the men's heavyweight quad was back in action in the repechage, with two crews to advance to the A/B semifinal on Thursday. The quad from ...

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