For Canadian sisters Leah and Krista Guloien, athletic success is an inherited trait, but they are each making a name in separate sports.
After suffering a sexual assault, Jenn Gibbons has resumed her arduous trek around Lake Michigan to aid breast cancer survivors.
Jen Fitz-Roy isn't your typical athlete. Born with spina bifida, she turned to the gym to stay in shape but found competition and success in the process.
The rowing machine can be intimidating, but once you get the hang of it, it's an effective way to spice up your cardio routine.
Angela Madsen thought her life was over when she underwent a paralyzing surgery, but really it had just begun. The disabled athlete has left a slew of world records in her wake.
Every day is the same for Olympic hopeful Meghan O'Leary. But between training and eating, the U.S. rowing team manages to sneak in some fun.
Less than a year after her first race, Meghan O'Leary is rowing alongside Olympians at the training center in Chula Vista, Calif.
Meghan O'Leary has always been a jock, but when she picked up an oar, she found her true passion, and possibly, a path to the Olympics.
In the Pro's Questionnaire, Olympic rower Susan Francia talks about teamwork, betrayal, getting introspective and the challenges facing her this year.
Ellen Minzner, two-time world champion rower, uses her sport to change others' lives for the better.
As she rows her way toward the Olympics, Gevvie Stone's biggest supporter is her coach: Dad.
Brown's second-place finish in the day's last race breaks a tie with Stanford and earns the crew a national title.
Freshman Paparangi Hipango is one of the many gifted international rowers making an impact this title weekend.
Williams College built on its legacy as the dominant competitor in Division III women's crew Saturday.
Out with the rowing unitards, in with the running skirts. Although the uniforms still fit Sarah Bowen Shea, the definition as "a rower who runs" no longer does. It's time to move on. She is a runner, pure and simple.