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Be a Part of the Rowing Tradition at Harvard

The Harvard and Radcliffe crews train and compete on the Charles River, bordered on one side by the campuses of Harvard and MIT and on the other by Boston's Back Bay.

Crew Interest Meeting
Sunday, Aug. 29, 2 p.m.
Science Center

Be a part of the rowing tradition at Harvard!

No Experience Necessary - Walk-ons Welcome
Afternoon Practices
Academically Focused
Dedicated Athletes
Great Team Atmosphere
National Championship Contenders

All Harvard students interested in Harvard or Radcliffe crew should attend the informational meeting at the Science Center on Sunday, Aug. 29 at 2 p.m.

We are looking for men and women, rowers and coxswains, lightweights and heavyweights.

Coxswains for the men's squads should weigh less than 130 pounds.

Coxswains for the women's squads should weigh less than 115 pounds.

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For all female prospects: If you are unable to make the meeting, contact Coach Wilbur via email at: radcrew@fas.harvard.edu.

For males over 170 pounds: If you are unable to make the meeting, contact Coach Manning via email at: manning@fas.harvard.edu.

For males under 170 pounds: If you are unable to make the meeting, contact Coach Muri via email at: muri@fas.harvard.edu.