Dan Boyne Visualizes 200 Perfect Strokes

16 May 2018

Göran R Buckhorn writes:

Here follows chapter 16 of “The Seven Seat: A True Story of Rowing, Redemption, and Revenge”, Dan Boyne’s tale about his rowing and sculling days in the 1970s at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, a series published on Row2K’s website.

In this chapter, “The Winds of Waramaug”, Dan Boyne and the Trinity crew are off to race at the Lake Waramaug Invitational, the last competition before the Dad Vail Regatta, which was considered the national championship for small colleges. At Waramaug, Trinity has to duel Williams, Ithaca and Marist, three liberal arts colleges with well-established crew programs. Teammate Joe gives Dan the advice to meditate 200 perfect strokes. Is it that easy to win a race?

Read chapter 16 here.

Chapter 1 is here.

Chapter 2 is here.

Chapter 3 is here.

Chapter 4 is here.

Chapter 5 is here.

Chapter 6 is here.

Chapter 7 is here.

Chapter 8 is here.

Chapter 9 is here.

Chapter 10 is here.

Chapter 11 is here.

Chapter 12 is here.

Chapter 13 is here.

Chapter 14 is here.

Chapter 15 is here.

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