Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Yhoan Uribarri Miami Rowing Club Miami FL
Primary Position Port
Secondary Positions Str, Scl
distance erg
500m 2km 5km 6km 10km HMAR MAR
Best Time (mm:ss.s) - 7:37.4 - 24:52.2 - - -
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Wingspan Years rowing
- 68 4
Rowing Honors

2016: "Team Spirit" Award
2017: "Best Erg Score" Award
2018: "Most Improved" Award and "Team Spirit" Award

Rowing Additional

Important Races:

-Race: Head of the Giblet
-- Place: 2nd
--Boat: Women's Youth 4x
--Position: 2 seat

-Race: Sweeping States (Florida)
-- Place: 42
--Boat: Women's Youth 8
--Position: 4 seat

-Race: Sculling Sates (Florida)
-- Place: 4
--Boat: Women's Freshman 4x
--Position: Stroke

-Race: Head of the Charles Regatta
-- Place: 42
--Boat: Women's Youth 8
--Position: 4 seat

Race: Head of the Hooch Regatta
-- Place: 14th
--Boat: Women's Youth 8
--Position: 4 seat

-Race: Sweeping States (Florida)
-- Place: 2nd
--Boat: Women's Lightweight 8
--Position: Stroke

-Race: Regionals
-- Place: 2nd
--Boat: Women's Lightweight 8
--Position: Stroke

-Race: Nationals
-- Place: 17th
--Boat: Women's Lightweight 8
--Position: Stroke

-Race: Head of the Charles Regatta
-- Place: 63rd
--Boat: Women's Youth 8
--Position: stroke

Race: Head of the Hooch Regatta
-- Place: 21st
--Boat: Women's Youth 8
--Position: 6 seat

Race: Head of the Hooch Regatta
-- Place: 34th
--Boat: Women's Varsity 2x
--Position: Stroke


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Mast Academy
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Health Professions and Related Sciences
Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies
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Pre-Law Studies
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Mathematics and Statistics
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Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

Sports have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. My first sport of sorts was Karate, which i practiced from when I was four to when I was eight. I began playing basketball when I was six, and I continue to until this day (as a hobby). I have played softball, volleyball, soccer, cross-country, and fencing as well, each sport adding to a different aspect of my life. But four years ago, I joined rowing and discovered an entire new world. Rowing is intense, demanding, and extremely time-consuming, but the rewards it offers are unlike any other sport's. The feeling of euphoria that curses through by body as the boat moves in perfect synchronization is incomparable. The rush of adrenaline as I'm waiting at the start, the jolt of power that pushes me through the last hundred meters of a race, it's addicting. Even the exhaustion after a hard workout is satisfying, after finishing an exceptionally hard piece there is a deep sense of fulfillment which I have found hard to attain anywhere else. The deep sense of camaraderie that is so entrenched in our team has forged some of the most lasting and intimate friendships of my life. I have rowed through my entire high school career-- it's what I know and what I love. Nothing would make me happier than having the honor to represent my university on the water.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

In my team, I try to lead by example. I have gotten the "Team Spirit Award" two times as I try to be enthusiastic and supporting every day of practice. I am normally stroke seat on the important boats which means I have to lead my team literally and figuratively as well. I also help the new recruits every year, welcoming them into the team and showing them around as I explain the little tricks that can help make them great rowers. I do my best to always listen to my peers, both on and off the water as I know how important that is, and I make it a point to diffuse any drama that may spark between my friends and teammates. My official leadership positions have been team captain two years in a row during my novice year (our varsity coach does not believe in assigning positions such as that that) in rowing and I hold cabinet positions in the two clubs I listed above-- the Anti-Defamation League and the Mast Cancer Awareness Club.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

When I first began to row, I did not fully comprehend the necessity of a healthy lifestyle both in and out of sports. I first realized this my first year of lightweight rowing. One of my friends was found to have been making herself throw up in order to loose the weight. My coach handled it very well, gently removing her from lightweight, but it did emphasize to me the necessity to maintain a healthy athletic performance. I do so by eating healthy-- my meal plan contains the necessary carbohydrates and protein as well as many, many greens-- and exercising healthy. Rowing is a very demanding sport and we train accordingly, but I am careful to not push my body beyond its limits to a point where it could be dangerous for me. A combination of these was what led me to exit lightweight rowing. I realized that keeping that weight was unhealthy for me, and that I was undernourished due to the exhausting workouts and lack of proper fueling. I stooped rowing for lightweight because despite the success that category secured, I did not feel I could continue in it and lead a healthy lifestyle.

Another key factor in maintaining a healthy athletic performance for me has been my refusal to engage in dangerous recreational activities. I refuse to smoke or drink since I care for my lungs and liver, the former being a key component of a rower's stamina. I have also stayed far away from any sort of drugs, they being recreational-- marijuana, heroin, coke-- or performance enhancing.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I helped found my school's Cancer Awareness Club and Anti-Defamation League. These clubs are focused on spreading a message of tolerance and acceptance to my school and community. As part of the Anti-Defamation League, I conduct presentations to the lower classes regarding a wide range of serious topics from stereotyping and prejudice due gender and religion to combating the stigma against mental health issues. In the Cancer Awareness Club we do our best to spread knowledge of this devastating disease that has caused so many people to suffer: the victims, survivors, and those who have lost their loved ones. We do our best to spread awareness of personal health issues that could prevent specific forms of cancer such as our stance against smoking and vaping, which is a serious issue at my school. We also do our best to alleviate the devastating effects that cancer wreaks on our community by gathering volunteers to go to the Jackson's Children Hospital's Oncology wing and spend time with the kids who are suffering. I am a magician, so I dedicate a lot of my time to doing magic tricks to the kids at the wing which brightens up their day and mine.

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