Steering the San Diego Crew Classic

By Laura Simon | March 1, 2015

One of the toughest races to cox is the 2K course at San Diego Crew Classic. The wind and tide of Mission Bay make it a particularly challenging course, and coxswains visiting for the first time should be prepared.  In this...

Why I Love Winter Training

By Marcus McElhenney | January 22, 2015

As a coxswain, I love winter training. Yes, you heard me correctly…I love winter training! The reason is because I see a lot of opportunity to get better. So, while stuck on land during the cold months, I have three recommendations...

Preparing & Steering: Head of the Charles

By Marcus McElhenney | October 10, 2014

Fall racing is my favorite time of year. Instead of getting just five and a half minutes of racing, we get to race much longer distances. This allows us coxswains to use more calls where we really get to work strategy in a much more significant...