Rowing Is Largely About Reliability We're not going to lie to you. It's been a tough year as far as staffing goes. We've had difficulty finding reliable help. But the ones we've got have been great. Take Loren, for example. His second year with Berkshire Rowing, Loren is affable to the core. Eager to greet … Continue reading Loren Rocks! (Not the boat.)
We're happy to introduce... Taylor, a new staff member at the boathouse, is eager to help out, open to learning about rowing, and all-around great presence. A native of eastern Massachusetts, Taylor moved to the Berkshires a year and a half ago. She lives close to the boathouse, and enjoys the company of her boyfriend … Continue reading New Staff Member!
BCR Boasts Its Best Volunteers As a club, small though we are, we have some amazing volunteers, dedicated not only to rowing and to making the usually elite (which is to say expensive) sport of rowing available to those who aren't of the British aristocracy, but dedicated even more so to the city of Pittsfield, … Continue reading Volunteers: Hooray!
Introducing Mike Herman We have a new coach. Having (sadly) sent Tanya along to her next chapter in life, we're now pleased to have found Mike, who will bring his own talent and enthusiasm to the task of bringing up juniors and making faster masters. Here's what he has to say for himself: "I'm from here … Continue reading Our New Coach
The Kids Are Alright Here are two of our juniors erging a 5k instead of sleeping in on Saturday morning. Why, just look at those shadows. You have to ge tup early in the morning to see shadows that long in early summer. They say ergs don't float, but spending time on one certainly can … Continue reading Sleep or Erg?