2017 Head of the Wolf Regatta

Utah Crew Tops with 8 Entries for Today’s Race UPDATE ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2017:  Photos here! UPDATE ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2017:  Here are final results. UPDATE @ 1 PM MOUNTAIN TIME:  I am hearing unofficially that the Boys Novice 4 and Novice Single both got first place! PRE-RACE POST:  The team headed out after practice…

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Camp and Row 2017

Another successful event Sixteen Utah Crew rowers, several family members, Coach Linda and her husband, and two dogs (Corona and Mr. Bubbles) headed up to Moon Lake in the Uintas this weekend for team building and some fantastic rowing! The weather was great with sunny days and cool nights and only a few off-and-on showers.…

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Utah Crew Has Successful Mountain West Regatta

Utah Crew competed at the Mountain West Youth Rowing Championships on May 13th and walked away with a haul of gold and silver medals and two provisional qualifications for Youth Nationals despite being one of the smallest clubs there. It was great day! See full results here (https://www.regattacentral.com/regatta/results/5196_8709.pdf) and see below for placement. 16 hours…

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W2- Makes Grand Finals At 2017 Southwest Championships!

Placing second in their heat with just .001 seconds to spare, our women’s pair of Zoe Glasgow and Samantha Kelsey became the first ever Utah Crew team boat to make the grand finals at Southwest Regional Championships and only the second ever after Max Milavetz in the M1x last year. Zoe and Sam placed 6th…

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Utah Crew Makes Final 4 at 2016 Henley Royal Regatta

In Utah Crew’s first ever international competition, our M4+ made it to the final four of the Britannia Challenge Cup of the 2016 Henley Royal Regatta. Making semi-finals day at Henley is a rare accomplishment for any rower, with over 12 crews eliminated in just our event. Rowers Tyler Stevens, Harrison Unruh, Maxwell Milavetz, Samuel…

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KSL Visits Utah Crew

In 2015, KSL visited Utah Crew to learn more about rowing in Salt Lake City. Check out the full article here: http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=36742420.

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