|Club||Jay Clarke||Asheville Rowing Club (Masters)||Asheville||NC|
|Bench Press (max)||Wingspan||Years rowing|
SELECTED RACE RESULTS
The following are a selection of Regional, National and World Championship regattas. Boats are Asheville Rowing Club unless otherwise indicated:
*2019 FISA World Rowing Masters Championships *
2019 Sarasota Invitational Regatta
*2018 Head of the Hooch *
2018 US Rowing SE Masters Regional Championships
2018 Sarasota Invitational Regatta
2017 US Rowing Masters Nationals
9th Seat Coxswain Leadership Camp -_ University of Washington_ // Mary Whipple
9th Seat Coxswain Clinic -Orlando // Mary Whipple & Katelin Guregian
Sarasota Crew Summer Camp // Caitlynn Crouch
Augusta Rowing Club - Coxswain Clinic // Brielle Stark (former Coxswain @ Cambridge University)
I also have two private coxswain coaches who help me prepare for races and review my race recordings:
My experience is as Masters coxswain and therefore I am on a different path than other potential recruits. Though my experience is different, it is still great experience that has provided me unique and challenging opportunities to cox regionally, nationally and internationally. I have coxed and trained with former national and Olympic team members from the USA, Argentina, Cuba, Spain, Bulgaria and Denmark.
This might be a good time to remind you of my 4.313 GPA and plethora of academic achievements!
I get so much out of being part of a team. It is said that people will work harder and do more for other people than they do for themselves...I think that's true...I would do anything for my teammates and I love working together to achieve a shared goal and support each other both in and out of the boat. I believe my coxing experience will be an asset to a college team and I know that rowing in college would help me get a lot more out of my college experience.
I am working with my city government to identify opportunities for community beautification, raise funds and assemble volunteers to create works of art in areas that could use a lift.
Balance is key. The trifecta of good health is:
* good sleep habits
* good eating and hydration habits
* getting exercise (cardio, strength and flexibility)
Being scrunched up in a coxswain seat or isometrically applying outward pressure with my legs to steady myself in a bow-loader can be hard on the body so I balance that out with yoga. This has an added benefit of calming the mind which with a busy rowing schedule and rigorous academic load can be very necessary!
I work with schools and companies to beautify their spaces with murals and other artistic touches.
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