Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Rob Canavan Atlanta Junior Rowing Association Roswell Ga
Primary Position Starboard
Secondary Positions Prt, Scl
Varsity Times
Best Time Location Weather Second Best Time Location Weather
Varsity Eight 2,000m 6:06.8 Sarasota, FL 2017 USRowing Youth Nationals - Stroke Lwt8, Moderate tail/crosswind 6:16.0 Lake Lanier, GA 2017 Southeast Regionals - Stroke Lwt8, flat conditions
Varsity Four 2,000m 6:24.0 Nashville, TN Tri-meet (Atlanta/Chicago/Nashville). V4+ event racing as Lwt4+. Varying tailwind b/w 7-10 mph along with tail-chop; 1990m. (2016) 6:40.9 West Windsor, NJ 2016 Youth Nationals 10 mph tailwind with heavy chop
distance erg
500m 2km 5km 6km 10km HMAR MAR
Best Time (mm:ss.s) 1:25.8 6:27.5 17:42.0 21:24.4 36:50.4 - -
timed erg
4min 20min 30min 60min
Best Distance (meters) - 5,556 - 15,789
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Wingspan Years rowing
- - 5
Rowing Honors

FALL 2017

2017 Music City Head Race
- Gold Medal (V8, 7 Seat); 15:05
- Gold Medal (4+)
- Bronze Medal (2X)


2017 USRowing Youth Nationals (Stroke Lwt8+)
- Time Trials: 7th Place (5:58:329)
- Semis: 5th Place (6:18:549)
- B Final: 2nd Place (6:06:782)

2017 USRowing Southeast Regional Championships (Stroke Lwt8+)
- Time Trials: 2nd Place (5:52.5)
- Final: Silver Medal (6:16:2)
- AJRA 2nd in Team Points

2017 Music City Sprints (varying headwind, rain)
- 1st Place (Stroke 2V8 event racing as Lwt8+; 6:37.0 (-19.0))

2017 Florida Sprint League Championships (1500m varying headwind)
- 2nd Place: A Final (Stroke 2V8 event racing as Lwt8+; 4:41.7 (+0.81))

2017 John Hunter Regatta
- Gold Medal (Stroke 2V8 event racing as Lwt8+; 6:23)
- Gold Medal (Stroke Lwt8 event)

2017 Atlanta Erg Sprints @ Georgia Tech
- Silver Medal (Lightweight)
- AJRA Team Points Winner

FALL 2016

2016 Chattanooga Head Race
- Silver Medal (V8 event racing as Lwt8+)

2016 Head of the Hooch
- Bronze Medal (Lwt8+)
- AJRA Team Points Winner


2016 Atlanta Erg Sprints @ Georgia Tech
- Silver Medal (Lightweight)
- AJRA Team Points Winner

2016 Atlanta | Chicago | Nashville Tri-meet
- 1st Place (Lwt4+ racing against Heavyweight 4's, Time: 6:24)

2016 USRowing Southeast Regional Championships (Sarasota, FL)
- Gold Medal (Lwt4+)

2016 Youth National Championships (West Windsor, NJ)
- Bronze Medal (Lwt4+); Time: 6:40.9 (New AJRA Record)

2016 US Junior Men’s High Performance Camp (Ashland, OR)

2016 Club Nationals - USJNT HP (Bethel, OH)
- Stroke Intermediate Light 2-; 7:06.3 (Final; 4th Place)
- Stroke U19 4+; 6:38.6 (Semis)
- Stroke U19 8+; 5:50.1 (Semis)

FALL 2015

2015 Chattanooga Head Race
- Bronze Medal (Men's 1x)
- Bronze Medal (2V8 as stroke)

2015 Head of the Hooch
- Gold Medal (Lwt4+)

Rowing Additional

Stroke Seat - AJRA Lightweight 8 (Spring 2017)

AJRA 2K Boat Records
- Lwt8+ 2017 Youth Nationals: 6:06:782
- Lwt4+ 2016 Youth Nationals: 6.40.925

Attended Sculling Camp @ Craftsbury Outdoor Center (Summer 2015)


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Mount Vernon Presbyterian School
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-Pam Ambler
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Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

-Rowing is my passion. I want to be able to row at the most competitive level possible for as long as possible. College is the next step along this road to achieving the perfect stroke and the lowest split on the erg possible.

-My favorite part about training for Youth Nationals this year was being able to wake up before anyone else in my family was awake and going out on the water in order to participate in the sport that I truly love. In college, I would be able to experience this sensation almost everyday.

-Also, it teaches perseverance, leadership, and time management skills. For me personally, these skills have crossed over into the classroom and allowed me to be a successful student thus far in my career. Rowing clearly seems to be my key to success both inside and outside of the classroom.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.
Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

-As a student-athlete, I constantly have to balance between rowing, school work, and sleep. School work always comes before rowing, but homework never comes before sleep. Sleep is important to both athletic and academic performance and that is why I always try not to compromise the amount of sleep I get each night. (between 8-9 hours) Also if I have to miss a practice because of school I always do a makeup erg workout to ensure that my fitness stays up to par with where it is suppose to be. My balance between rowing and school work is 50-50 for the most part because I have learned how to better manage free time during the school day. In order to catch up or get ahead on academics; I usually bring my lunch into my teacher's room in order to be able to eat healthfully while also receiving tutoring. By making my schedule efficient I am able to keep a near perfect balance between rowing and school without compromising performance by losing sleep, and this is how I achieve a healthy athletic performance as a student-athlete.

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