Ten athletes and coaches with Harvard ties will represent five countries at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England, with competition beginning Friday, July 27 and continuing through Sunday, Aug. 16.
The Harvard heavyweight varsity eight came from behind to defeat Leander Club by just a foot in a thrilling race for the Ladies’ Challenge Plate to close the Henley Royal Regatta Sunday on the Thames River.
The Harvard heavyweight varsity eight will race for its eighth Ladies’ Challenge Plate Sunday after defeating Molesey Boat Club and Oxford Brookes University in Saturday’s Henley Royal Regatta semifinals on the Thames River.
Harvard and Radcliffe will send five crews to the third day of the Henley Royal Regatta after three boats won for the second straight day and the Radcliffe heavyweight varsity eight opened with a victory Thursday on the Thames River.
The Harvard heavyweight and lightweight and Radcliffe heavyweight crews seek to end a championship-filled season on another winning note at the prestigious Henley Royal Regatta, which takes place Wednesday through Sunday on the Thames River.
Brodie Buckland ’06 and Malcolm Howard ’05 have been named to the Olympic rowing teams of Australia and Canada, respectively, joining American Henrik Rummel ’09 as former Harvard heavyweight oarsmen set to race in the 2012 London Games.
Former Harvard oarsman Henrik Rummel ’09 has been named to the men’s four that will represent the United States at the 2012 London Olympic Games, pending final approval from the United States Olympic Committee, USRowing announced Monday.
Four Harvard heavyweight boats qualified for national grand finals with top-three finishes on the second day of the Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships Friday on the Cooper River.
All three Harvard heavyweight eights and the Crimson varsity four advanced to their respective semifinals with top-two finishes in their morning heats on the opening day of the 110th Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships Thursday on the Cooper River.
Harvard’s heavyweight crew, last season’s runner-up, rows for a national championship at the 110th Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships this weekend on the Cooper River in Camden. N.J.
The Crimson heavyweight crew put the finishing touches on a perfect dual season with its fifth straight sweep of the rival Bulldogs, including a 9.9-second win in the varsity race, at the 147th Harvard-Yale Regatta Saturday afternoon on the Thames River.
The Harvard heavyweight crew captured the Rowe Cup team championship and freshman eight title for the third straight year at the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges Sprints Sunday on Lake Quinsigamond. The Crimson varsity and second varsity eights finished second, as Harvard medaled in each of its six events.