Category Archives: Upcoming Episodes

RowingChat with Kiwi Pair – Eric Murray

Listen live on Friday 25th May 2018 at 4 pm Auckland time by clicking the Watch RowingChat with Eric Murray on YouTube  Eric Murray best known as half of the Kiwi Pair. He is best known as double gold medalist at the 2012 London as well 2016 Rio Olympic Games. He won four consecutive World Rowing Championship gold […]

RowingChat with iCrew Club Management Software

iCrew rowing Club Management Software

Listen live on Sunday 6th May 2018 at 7 pm PST time by clicking the YouTube video link. We are going to be reviewing club management software service iCrew with its founder, Kevin Goyena and avid user Mount Baker Crew Head Coach, Helen Tilghman. I began rowing as a junior in 2003 and continued on […]

RowingChat with Eira Parry of High Performance Parenting

Eira Parry, rowing parent, parenting expert,

Listen live on Sunday 15th April 2018 at 8 pm UK time by clicking the YouTube video link. Eira Parry is originally from a teaching background; she worked in both primary and secondary education. Seeing the need for parents to learn how to support their child through sport, she launched High Performance Parenting to teach […]

RowingChat with Gearoid Towey on Athlete Retirement

Listen live on Wednesday 21st March 2018 at 9 pm UK time by clicking the YouTube video link. Gearoid Towey – Crossing the Line Sport Three-time Olympic rower and former World Champion, Gearoid Towey has worked in athlete personal development for Western Sydney Wanderers Football Club and the New South Wales Institute of Sport. Since […]

RowingChat with Ron Batt & Matt Lehrer

  Listen live on Wednesday 21st February 2018 at 8 pm UK time by clicking the YouTube video link. Ron Batt Ron has been involved in rowing for 25 years after trying the sport through a council funded learn to row program. He has been an athlete and a coach including running rowing clubs, working […]

RowingChat: Rowing Technique as you Age

Marlene will talk about how to adapt your rowing and sculling technique so that you can continue to make technical gains while managing physical compromises or injuries. The discussion will address posture, joint protection, range of motion, and a system of body support throughout the stroke cycle. Also, rigging tips to help you maintain effectiveness […]

A very special RowingChat dedicated to Zig. RIP

Small Puddles, rowing book, Michael Danziger

Michael (Zig) Danziger, author of Small Puddles, The Triumphant Story of Yale’s Worst Oarsman.  Ever. passed away two weeks ago.  He was scheduled to be my guest on RowingChat this week. Rather than cancel, I invited his rowing friends to join theRowingChat to talk about Zig, his book and what his life taught them.  Dave […]

RowingChat with Charlie Simpson and Jim Flood

Dr Charlie Simpson, is a senior lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science at Oxford Brookes University, has coached junior, club and university rowers for the last 17 years in the UK, USA and Australia. He received the Coach of the Year award from British Rowing in 2007. Jim Flood is the author of Know the […]

RowingChat: at Craftsbury Sculling Center

Troy Howell

This month we welcome back two previous RowingChat guests who are both expert sculling coaches.  Together they’re coaching at the world famous Craftsbury Sculling Center in Vermont, USA. Our focus will be around rowing and sculling camps, The Benefits of going on camp, Coaching people who row for other clubs and in other programmes, How […]

We have agreed a slightly different format for August RowingChat – Joe de Leo will interview Rebecca Caroe as the guest!

  Rebecca is a rower, coach and masters athlete and the co-owner of Rowperfect with her husband, Grant Craies.  The discussion will centre on how Rowperfect became an international web phenomenon and the fourth most popular rowing website in the world. Joe is a member of the Strength Coach Roundtable and expert podcaster on the Leo Training podcast. If you’ve […]