Olympic Hopefuls and Club Nationals

Two Exeter alumni are hoping to earn a spot on the US Olympic Rowing team for the 2008 Olympics next summer in Beijing.

  • Sloan DuRoss (Exeter ’95 and Brown ’99) represented the United States in the quadruple sculls event at the latest World Cup Regatta in Lucerne, Switzerland. His crew finished 10th overall.
  • Deaglan McEachern (Exeter ’01 and University of California-Berkeley ’05) represented the United States in the quadruple sculls event at the 2007 Pan American games in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. His crew finished third, winning a bronze medal.

A number of Exeter rowers competed at the USRowing Club Nationals on the Cooper River in Camden, New Jersey between July 18 and 21.

  • Jeremy Bernstein ’07 won a gold medal in the bow seat of the Junior Mens Selection Camp Men’s Intermediate A Coxed Four.
  • Boys co-captain Ian Winthrop ’08 won a gold medal in the 3 seat of the Junior Mens Selection Camp Men’s Intermediate A Eight.
  • Boys co-captain Tim Moore ’08 won a silver medal in the 2 seat of Boston Rowing Club’s Men’s Junior A Eight.
  • Allison Courtin ’08 won a bronze medal stroking West Side Rowing Club’s Women’s Junior A Eight.
  • Luke Thoms ’08 rowed in the Men’s Junior A Single Sculls, the Men’s Junior A Double Sculls, and the Men’s Intermediate A Quadruple Sculls for the Quad City Rowing Assocation.
  • Lynn Ann Forrester ’08 rowed in the Women’s Junior A Eight, the Women’s Junior A Coxed Four, and the Women’s Junior A Single Sculls for the Saugatuck Rowing Club.
  • Charlotte Taft ’01 rowed in the Women’s Intermediate A Quadruple Sculls, the Women’s Intermediate A Eight, and the Women’s Senior A Eight for the New York Athletic Club.


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