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Two OKC Thunder players visited the Oklahoma City Boathouse District on March 14. The players, Jeremy Lamb and Perry Jones, were taught how to row on an indoor rowing machine by members of the OKC RIVERSPORT Chesapeake Junior Crew. Once they got the hang of it, the Thunder players participated in a relay race along with members
View a selection of photos from the 2014 ICF Canoe Marathon World and Pan Am Championships, the first world championships to be held on the Oklahoma River!
Oklahoma City Athletes to Compete at World Rowing Championships –
Team OKC has 19 athletes, three coaches in Amsterdam with sights on Rio
USA Canoe/Kayak will be conducting a Talent Identification Assessment testing session at the SandRidge Energy Stars & Stripes River Festival at 11a on Saturday, June 28 in the training center of the Devon Boathouse.
Talent Identification Assessment is a great opportunity to learn more about the sport of canoe/kayak and to find out if you have what it takes to be a High Performance athlete! No experience is necessary and the testing session is open to the public. Find out more information about our High Performance athletes who train at the OKC National High Performance Center on the Oklahoma River, a U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Site.
Oklahoma City National High Performance Center rowers have broken five world records just in 2014. Find out what drives their success in OKC.
Champions were named and a world record was set at the 2014 RIVERSPORT Indoor Championships, Feb. 22 at the Cox Convention Center in downtown OKC. OKC RIVERSPORT rowers and canoe/kayakers tested their strength and stamina, and the stage was set for the spring sprint season as the Chesapeake Junior Crew squared off against rivals from
Twenty athletes from the OKC National High Performance Center competed on the world stage last week. Seventeen rowers competed in numerous events at the 2013 World Rowing Championships in Chungju, South Korea. The championships wrapped up last Sunday and Oklahoma City definitely stood out. Kate Bertko took home the silver medal in the Lightweight Women’s
Natalie McCarthy, who trained at the Oklahoma City National High Performance Center, won bronze in the legs, trunk and arms mixed Para-Rowing double sculls, a new event in international adaptive rowing [more].