Ready, Row! USA #88
Happy Birthday to Us!
What’s a Rowapalooza? Why, it’s a celebration of our 2-year anniversary and 88 episodes of #ReadyRowUSA!
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To help us celebrate, we assembled longtime contributors Mark Wilson and Jim Dietz of All-American Rowing Camp; Ryan Worth of Squeaky Oarlock & UT/Chattanooga coach; Tara Morgan of Seize The Oar; and new contributor, USRowing DEI chair Richard Butler.
We’ll reveal our hopes, dreams, challenges, and successes in the rowing realm over the past two years, and pull out some gems from our favorite episodes.
PLUS: Our panelists reveal their favorite rowing gadgets, gear, & gifts for the holidays!
- Richard Butler, USRowing DEI Co-Chair
- Mark Wilson & Jim Dietz, All-American Rowing Camp
- Tara Morgan, Seize The Oar Foundation & Steady State Network
- Ryan Worth, Squeaky Oarlock
- Pierce Press Productions
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- Ready, Row! USA Instagram
- Arlington Community Media, Inc.
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