I first coxed at Rumsey Hall School on my 14th birthday in 1974, and I've been addicted to rowing ever since, continuing to learn at Choate Rosemary Hall, Harvard College, C.R.A.S.H.-B., Riverside Boat Club, Cambridge Boat Club, Boston Rowing Center and on the U.S. National Team. I love to row too, whether in one of my club's ultralight King singles (a lot), or in sweep boats (occasionally). Rowing and Running
  • CRASH-B Sprints Info
  • So you want to be a national team coxswain?
  • Tips on steering the Head of the Charles course
  • Tips for running the Boston Marathon
  • Henk Schrik's Roei-Informatie
  • Rachel Quarrell's Rowing Page at Oxford
  • Ron Chen's USRowing Judge-Referee Committee site
  • Jonathan Bowen's Virtual Library Rowing Page
  • On-on with the Boston Hash House Harriers. My brother ran the Hash in Zhianjiang, China, then I did it in Moscow, Russia. Outrageous, goofy fun. Expect mud.
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