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New York Rowing is mentioned in the October issue of Rowing News for its role in making Overpeck Creek, New Jersey a hotspot for rowing. Click on the link below to read more about hot rowing areas all over the country.
WaterWire follow up
Click below to read New York Rowing's Letter to the Editor response to a recent article published by WaterWire on April 20th, 2012.
Watch Out, Boston and Philly; New York Rowing is Getting Serious
Read about New York Rowing's 2012 Erg-a-thon and recent developments in an article by WaterWire, online news for the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance.
Ridgewood's Lucie Kloak inks letter to row at North Carolina - NorthJersey.com
New Jersey Crew team member, Lucie Kloak made the news when she officially signed her National Letter of Intent to row for the University of North Carolina on a women's rowing scholarship. We are so excited for her and glad to know New York Rowing played a part in introducing her to the sport.
Cristo Rey New York High School in the News
One of New York Rowing's Board members, Father Joseph Parkes, S.J., founding president at Cristo Rey New York High School in Spanish Harlem, appears in an article honoring his school as "education that works". New York Rowing is proud to say that we are working with Cristo Rey students in a rowing program funded by our Row to School Scholarship Fund.
Rowing's Next Mecca? - Rowing News
Thomas Curry, our Executive Director, shares with Rowing News more detailed plans for Overpeck Lake Regatta and Training Center. We are so excited to get this ball rowing!
New York Rowing Association Announces Plans For A New 2,000 Meter Racecourse and Training Center - Independent Rowing News
New York Rowing's press release was picked up by Independent Rowing News, spreading the word to the rowing community!
New York Rowing in the ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NEW YORK CITY 2nd edition
An expanded entry on Rowing in the latest (2nd) edition of the ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NEW YORK CITY contains several references to NYRA. The entry rightfully cites our programs, signature regatta and level of participation. It also gives a solid overview of recent events and where things stand today with rowing in New York City. We are grateful that the editors decided to give the subject of Rowing more space in the second edition and our critical involvement. Per the publishers, "The new edition features more than 5,000 substantially revised entries, including 800 new entries, that help complete the story of New York. In addition, all previous entries have been updated to reflect the impact of the past two decades as well as include more in depth coverage of subject areas previously underserved. There are more than 400 new illustrations, including updated maps and contemporary photographs." If you truly love New York and want to truly know more about this great city you should definitely buy the Encyclopedia.
New York Rowing in the New York Times
The below NYT article about New York Rowing was the most blogged article in the New York Region section of the NYT website the first weekend it was published. The link was also sent out from the coxswain of the US National Team on twitter!
NJ High School Crew Ready to Take it to the Water
Our NJ crew team is reviewed by the River Del Patch, an online Newsletter covering the boroughs of Oradell and Reiver Edge. Thank you to Margaret McKee for submitting the article!
Read about Kaitlin Campbell’s recruitment into Boston College Eagles Women’s Rowing here:
New York Rowing part of a Revolution!
Read about New York Rowing in Waterwire, the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance newsletter by clicking the following link:
Props for New York Rowing in the Uptown community
Read about New York Rowing in the Uptown Collective.
Read all about Meredith Dominguez's acceptance into UPenn in the NJ Sports, Local News and Accomplishements Sent In By You section. We wish all our rowers the same success.
It's My Park
The NYC Parks "It's My Park" segment featured the New York Rowing Association at Peter Jay Sharp Boathouse in the summer of 2007. See what we're all about from the comfort of your own home.