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USRowing’s Junior National Team represents the U.S. at the World Rowing Junior Championships each year. Athletes are selected to the Junior National Team through selection camps. Selection camps are by invitation only, and spots are offered on the basis of performance at an ID camp, video or audio tapes of performance, competition results, National Team Testing results and physiological characteristics. Through these same ID Camps there are a number of unique developmental opportunities available for younger athletes including High Performance and Development Camps. For more info, please check out our FAQs.


U19 Men’s & Women’s Summer Camp Details
The USA U19 team has released the details of their 2017 summer camps.  All camps… ∞
Filippi Partnership with USRowing U19 Men’s Team
USRowing and Filippi elite boat builders announced a new partnership that will benefit the U19 Men's… ∞
FISA: Coxswain Rule Changes
Last week, FISA announced new rules as related to coxswains: "Except for Olympic, Youth Olympic,… ∞

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Women’s Pair Finishes Fourth, Men’s Pair Eighth at Youth Olympic Games

Posted on Aug 21, 2014

The junior women’s pair finished fourth and the junior men’s pair finished...

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Women’s Four and Women’s Pair Win Medals at the 2014 World Rowing Junior Championships

Posted on Aug 10, 2014

HAMBURG, Germany – The U.S. women’s four and women’s pair battled through tough headwind conditions to earn medals on Sunday at the…

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Women’s Four, Men’s Single Advance on Saturday at the 2014 World Rowing Junior Championships

Posted on Aug 9, 2014

HAMBURG, Germany – In 2011, Mia Croonquist had just finished her freshman year of high school and was the wide-eyed rookie in a…

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Seven Crews Advance on Friday at the 2014 World Rowing Junior Championships

Posted on Aug 8, 2014

HAMBURG, Germany – Seven U.S. crews advanced out of the quarterfinals and...

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