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All four Harvard crew teams were in action this weekend, with the men's squads capturing the Stein Cup and the Biglin Bowl and the women's lightweights nabbing the Knecht Cup.
The Harvard men’s and women’s heavyweight and lightweight crew teams opened the spring season this weekend, taking on Cornell, George Washington, Penn, Brown, and Georgetown. The men’s teams registered a win and a split, while the women’s heavyweight and lightweight teams lost and won, respectively.
Coaches William Boyce and Hugo Gulliver clear residual ice from the Charles river Wednesday afternoon. The ice has limited dock access and rowing area in recent weeks, according to Lightweight Head Coach Michiel Bartman.
Our time as Sports Chairs has been shaped entirely by the people around us whose stories we try to tell every day. It’s the injured but headstrong team captain, the bench player who sinks a gamewinner, the coach who’s been here since before either of us were born, the hardworking photographer, and the managing editor who puts up with our antics every day.
Multi-sport sophomores Rachel Hampton and Ian Meyer are always in season.
Heavyweight and lightweight crews combined forces to take on the Foot of the Charles, where the varsity heavyweight A boat took second place over all.
With boats representing the Crimson in the 8+, 4+, and freshman races, Harvard managed to snag several top finishes on Lake Carnegie this weekend.
Lobster rolls were one of many Boston comfort foods sold at the Head of the Charles.
A family heads towards the Weeks Footbridge to find good viewing spots.
The Weld Boathouse was kept busy all weekend with numerous spectators and activities at the Head of the Charles.
A group of friends relax and sit by the Charles River bank to watch the races.
Visitors and spectators alike fill JFK Street on their way to the Head of the Charles.
The Yale men's heavyweight crew team competed in the Men's Club Eights on Saturday afternoon.