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Back on the water, the rhythm of the crew propelling the boat forward, a team of rowers with Jesuit crests adorning their chests drive their feet into the floor of the boat. The explosive action shoots the oar through the waves and forces the boat across the water. Against over fifty competitors, the Jesuit oarsmen are driven to perform to...
Racing furiously, a boat of Jesuit rowers embrace the ebb and flow of the water, oars slicing in and out of the wake. The crew team traveled during the month of October to Cambridge, Massachusetts to compete in the annual Head of the Charles, the largest two day regatta in the world. The Head of the Charles stretches three miles...
As fall descends upon us, the crew team prepares for a new season. To kick off the new season, the crew team travelled to Oklahoma City and the Brazos River to put their skills to the test. “I think as a team, we performed very well, it was a great way to start off the season and be able to...
Every year crowds flock to the Thames River in England to watch the historic Henley Royal Regatta. Adhering to a strict dress code, men don blazers with flannels and a tie, while women wear dresses or skirts with a hemline below the knee, and customarily hats. The strong emphasis on maintaining tradition and history at the Henley Regatta mandates that the use...
 On June 10th, the Jesuit crew team traveled to Mercer Lake in New Jersey to compete at the USRowing Nationals Regatta, and finished with the best results in program history. Jesuit competed against 24 other teams from around the nation that qualified for the regatta, placing 9th overall with a time of 6:02.313. The Varsity 8’s time proved to...
A small bead of sweat rolls down the arm of the rower as he pushes and pulls in perfect harmony with his teammates. Physical exhaustion plagues each rower as the end of the race nears, challenging each of them to continue going all out until the finish. The Rangers' boat soars past the finish line, and as usual, is one...
Before the race, a hundred boats sit, scattered, in preparation for their own races. When it's called, the coxswains frantically search for their spot in line to enter the racing tunnel. Silence rules the boat for the precious few seconds preceding the torture ahead. Finally, the boat crosses the start buoy and that silence gives way to coxswains yelling...
Ricky Bobby once said, "If you're not first you're last." Last weekend, the Jesuit crew team took this quote to heart after traveling up to Oklahoma City for the OKC Crew Invitational, marking the first of many major events the Rangers will compete in over the 2016 school year. Teams from all across the country competed in this vigorous...

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