Friday, June 30, 2017
Congrats, Molly, US U23 Lwt 1x! Amazing last 500.
Congrats to Cicely and Elizabeth, as well. Highest GMS percentage of all U23 trials boats, looking forward to seeing what they can do in Bulgaria.
Also congrats to Kyle, who might be at Penn AC now, but spend a lot of time on the Charles with BU and RBC.
And last, and definitely not least, Emily, who joined Team Gevvie as a visiting sculler this summer. (No photos of actual sculling this summer, due to actually being involved in the workouts, so here's one from her stroking Princeton's 1V this spring on the Charles.
Posted by Igor Belakovskiy at 1:50 PM
Thursday, June 29, 2017
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
One more from the driveby of Women's Sweeps. Alix (3-seat) decided that the best way to vacation from Med School is to row on the Charles. I know several people who would agree.
And one more from the Grand Parade of Sail.
Posted by Igor Belakovskiy at 10:04 AM
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
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Sunday, June 25, 2017
Always interesting to motion pan rowing--with so much body movement throughout the stroke, you can actually see what's moving and how fast relative to the speed of the boat. (Thanks for posing, Jake).
Something brewing over RBC.
Posted by Igor Belakovskiy at 3:50 PM
Saturday, June 24, 2017
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Monday, June 19, 2017
Now that I know better, someone want to fill in the blanks on where these guys row during the school year? :)
Turns out, it takes a train about 30 seconds to cross the Longfellow Bridge, which was happily the length of this exposure.
Posted by Igor Belakovskiy at 7:00 AM
Sunday, June 18, 2017
Happy Fathers Day, Dad! Thanks for teaching me how to program in basic, do pull-ups, and so many other things. You are the best! (And you really clean up well, too).
From Dad to the Dead & Co, last night at Fenway.
Posted by Igor Belakovskiy at 9:35 AM
Saturday, June 17, 2017
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Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Nice oar bending action from a pair of dogs, though, as pointed out by several sources, only one of them is Husky, while the other one is a proud BU Terrier.
Looking good HOCR finish line, looking good.
Posted by Igor Belakovskiy at 8:51 PM