Rotterdam, The Netherlands—Several members of the 2017 World Rowing Championships Host Committee are back in the United States after a productive few days in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. It was there they attended the 2016 World Rowing Junior, Seniors and Under 23 Championships.
SARASOTA, FLORIDA— It was an early morning wakeup call for a number of rowing fans on Florida’s Suncoast. On Saturday, the 2017 World Rowing Championships and Visit Sarasota County hosted a Rio rowing watch party at the Shamrock Pub in Downtown Sarasota.
On the final day of the Olympic rowing competition in Rio, the 2017 World Rowing Championships and Visit Sarasota County invite you to start your Saturday with a free, rowing watch party! Enjoy food, drinks and the camaraderie, as rowers from around the world go for gold.
SARASOTA-BRADENTON, FLORIDA— For 20-year-old Travis Taaffe, rowing is life. With all of his training this summer, the Sarasota native hasn’t even had a chance to come home to visit his family. He will, however, be making a trip later this month to The Netherlands to represent the USRowing Under 23 national team.
SARASOTA-BRADENTON, FLORIDA— Last week, USRowing announced the names of the Senior and Under 23 rowers who will represent the United States at the upcoming 2016 World Rowing Senior, Under 23 and Junior Championships in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Among those rowers are Travis Taaffe and Monica Whitehouse, both with Sarasota Crew.
Now, USRowing has announced its Junior roster, and Sarasota Crew is represented yet again. Four crew members will be headed to The Netherlands.