World CUP I Information

The international racing season start tomorrow with World Cup 1 in Belgrade, Serbia! Follow USA1 (Mary and Emily) and US2(Hillary and Christine) here: http://www.worldrowing.com/events/2018-world-rowing-cup-i/lightweight-womens-double-sculls/ General World Cup 1 Information here: http://www.worldrowing.com/news/how-follow-world-rowing-cup-belgrade-130942 Video of the A-Finals will be here: http://www.worldrowing.com/events/2018-world-rowing-cup-i/photos-videos The lightweight women’s double finals are on Sunday, June 3rd at 6:18AM EST. And remember, it takes a village to get...
Read More

Mary Jones Nabel Wins the Lightweight Double at NSRII, World Cup Next for Top US Lightweight Women

BRF and Cambridge Boat Club’s athlete Mary Jones Nabel along with Potomac’s Emily Schmeig won the lightweight women’s double at the second National Selection Regatta in West Windsor, NJ. After a brief selection in Boston with Riverside’s Hillary Saeger and Christine Cavallo, the two doubles faced off against each other and Jen Sager and Jillian...
Read More

January Virtual Team Challenge Results

All the monitors have been polled, and the final results for the Charles River portion of the Concept2 virtual team challenge are in. Congratulations to all the participants, especially our top 5 women and men, and Community Rowing Inc, which took the overall total meters rowed prize, with 30,320,451. Top 5 Women: Ilana Zieff                  Riverside         703,117...
Read More

January Challenge Update

Team BRF has grown to 307 members as January 8th. We have rowed 10,648,725 meters, for an average of 34,686 meters per athlete. The second place team, FRENCH INDOOR ROWERS TEAM, has rowed 7,704,808m, for an average of 27,517 meters per athlete. Mark Grinberg, Joe Black and Chris Richards are the top three meter getters...
Read More

LTA4+ Wins a Silver Medal in Rio!

BRF’s Jenny Sichel and her LTA4+ crew (Dorian Weber, Zach Burns, Dani Hansen and Jackie Smith) captured a silver medal at the Rio Paralympics this morning. Leading at 250 meters by 0.13 over GB, the crew ultimately finished second behind Great Britain, while holding off a very hard charging Canadian crew by just 0.29 seconds....
Read More