The Race returns for its 155th iteration after two consecutive cancelations due to the pandemic.
April 27, 2022
At Gilder, the women’s crew competed against Radcliffe and Northeastern while heavyweights raced Princeton and Cornell. In Hanover, lightweights faced Dartmouth.
April 25, 2022
The oars were presented to the winning Harvard crew by General Franklin Pierce, the then-future U.S. President, in 1852 and were rediscovered approximately 30 years ago in Medford, MA.
April 22, 2022
On Saturday, the women’s crew competed against Princeton at Gilder Boathouse and the men’s crews traveled down to Philadelphia to race Penn and Columbia.
April 20, 2022
As the spring season continues, Yale crews secure two trophies and place first in a multitude of races against different colleges.
April 10, 2022
The Yale rowing teams returned to the Head of the Charles Regatta last weekend, coming first in the Lightweight Eights and securing podium finishes in […]
October 26, 2021
In the 2016 Rio Olympics, Yale Crew was represented by three rowers. This past summer, 11 current and graduated students rowed in Tokyo Bay, with a bronze and gold medalist amongst them.
September 7, 2021
Gales Ferry Boathouse has hosted the Yale heavyweight crew team for 143 years as members prepare for the Yale-Harvard Race, the nation’s oldest intercollegiate sporting event. Since The Race’s transition to the Thames River, Yale has defeated Harvard 54 times.
April 28, 2021
On Thursday morning, former Yale women’s rower Kristina Wagner ’15 finished in first place at U.S. Olympic Trials II with doubles partner Genevra Stone. The […]
April 16, 2021
“Behind the Venue” is a series of feature-form articles that dives into the history, character and most memorable moments of Yale’s various athletic forums — […]
April 12, 2021
There is one last hurdle between Yale oarsman Dan Williamson ’23 and a spot on New Zealand’s 2020 Tokyo Olympic Team: the Olympic Final Qualification […]
March 24, 2021