Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Ivan Rudolph-Shabinsky Rockland Rowing Association Rockland NY
High School John Redos
Position
Primary Position Scull
distance erg
500m 2km 5km 6km 10km HMAR MAR
Best Time (mm:ss.s) 1:45.0 7:59.0 - - - - -
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Wingspan Years rowing
- 68 2
Rowing Honors

-won 1st place in my Row New York Manhattan women's novice 4+ race at New York State Championships in Saratoga, NY in 2019 (15 years old at the time)
-attended U/17 Nationals in Camden, NJ in 2019 as a novice with my previous team, Row New York Manhattan(15 years old at the time)

Rowing Additional

I first started rowing after being a competitive swimmer for several years and finally realizing that I wasn't passionate about it. I wanted to find another sport where I could embrace the water, nature, and feel as though my teammates and I were one unit. With swimming, I felt extremely isolated staring down at the bottom of the pool floor.
The first rowing team I tried out for and joined was Row New York Manhattan. I had the time of my life being on this team my freshman and sophomore years, but I felt the need to leave New York City due to my 1-2 hours (each way, alone) on the subway to Dyckman Street in Inwood. Additionally, I felt left out and lost at my previous school, Convent of the Sacred Heart 91st Street. Before transferring to Blair Academy, I began sculling at the Rockland Rowing Association in Rockland, NY this summer. I had an amazing time learning how to scull all summer long in a single (given Covid restrictions). This school year, I rowed at Blair Academy under Coach John Redos, sculling a single in the fall and erging during the winter season there before the holiday break. I have been erging at home and also with Rockland Rowing now that I am back home from boarding school for the winter. I am looking forward to what the spring rowing season as Blair has to offer (fingers crossed) and pushing myself to the next level!

Academics


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High School
Blair Academy
School City
Blairstown
School State
NJ
Guidance Counselor
Rod Gerdsen
Guidance Counselor Phone
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Class Size
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School Size
460
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Personal


First Name
Hannah
Last Name
Bazylevsky
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Gender
F
Height
5'10"
Weight
165
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I am a Youth Ambassador for the Ronald McDonald House NYC Youth Advisory Council. I help raise awareness, funding, material donations, and assist in planning events for cancer-stricken children who stay at the House. The Ronald McDonald House is very important to me because my younger sister was born with Tetralogy of Fallot (a congenital heart condition) and had to have open heart surgery at 3 months of age. I understand the pain of having a family member who is sick and in need of specialized health care . I also have had multiple family members suffer with breast cancer, prostate cancer, and melanoma, and I want to be able to get involved in helping other families who struggle with such conditions or worse, plus give back to my own New York community however I can. In addition, I have always loved children and immensely enjoy working and spending time with them. I have been interested in going into pediatrics ever since my sister had her surgery and I spent time in the hospital with her and other young patients.

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