Hey, I know that person…
The IRA dominated almost all of row2k’s attention last weekend. So here’s a summary of the IRA version:
everyone in the lake
What if you were Princeton Light Women’s, you won every event, and you won Natty?
You can see the entire gallery here
good gear selection
This person should be in charge of something.
sold out audience
Rumor has it that the IRA was sold out on Sunday…and Mercer’s “beach” certainly didn’t have many slots.
And the same shot, different (on the water) angle
always in sync
When you’re a two-time IRA champion and haven’t lost a race in two years, you run everything in sync.
Watch the full sequence of the Princeton Wright Women’s Synchronized Lake Jump starting here.
How was 2V?
That was the first question asked by the California State Team Five when the media boat was pulled up. Just like Sunday’s report article that Princeton’s Light Men’s 1V asked after his No. 2 boat, they wanted to know how the entire team performed while they were racing theirs. The team that thinks first.
At the start, it’s a boot and rally movement, but you have to eat fish even at the finish line.
i hate camera
No photos please.
volley to warm up
Certainly one of the most fun warmups we’ve seen.
A Drone Pilot’s View of Action:
We all came together to chase money, right?
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May I drop a little more money so that I can read?
An eagle’s eye on racing
that’s a lot of practice
For a moment, it looked like the day I learned to row a chicken dipper.
Hello, my name is…
The organizers of the IRA regatta made the crew say their names while continuing to hand out medals. This was faster and much more fun.
No word on whether the real Slim Shady stood up…
One suite lid
One of Bates’ rowers gave IRA Director Gary Caldwell a handmade hat.
And one more thing…
Or ifyk, Another Cold, well, you know…
yes it’s definitely a finger photo
Well, it can’t be fixed later…
You’ll know when it ends…
…PNRA Director Chris Grudd carries out the return dock.
Or maybe it means it’s time for the next big regatta.
See you in Sarasota, folks.