Men's Crew

Henrik Rummel '09
Men's Crew

Henrik Rummel '09

Henrik Rummel '09 has been a stalwart on the USA men's rowing team since graduating from Harvard and will compete in his second Olympic games this summer.

Michael DiSanto '12
Men's Crew

Michael DiSanto '12

Crimson grad Michael DiSanto '12 will represent the United States heavyweight crew team in the men's eight this summer.

Vincent Breet
Men's Crew

Vincent Breet

Rising senior Vincent Breet took a year off to train with South Africa, qualifying for the Olympics as part of the coxless four boat.

Shelley Pearson '13
Men's Crew

Shelley Pearson '13

Shelley Pearson '13 will represent her home country of Bermuda in the women's single sculls this summer.

Andrew Campbell Jr. '14
Men's Crew

Andrew Campbell Jr. '14

Crimson grad Andrew Campbell Jr. '14 will represent the United States in the lightweight men's double.

Cheta Emba '15
Men's Crew

Cheta Emba '15

Recent alum Cheta Emba '15 is part of the USA's women's rugby team, flying to Rio with the squad as an alternate.

Men's Crew

Brendan Hodge '07

Returning to rowing after an eight-year hiatus in international competition, Hodge will be rowing in the coxless lightweight four boat for Team Canada in the Rio Olympics.

Henrik Rummel '09
Men's Crew

Henrik Rummel '09

Despite being born in Copenhagen, Denmark, Harvard grad Henrik Rummel ’09 will find himself donning the USA colors for the second times at the Olympics when he competes in Rio.

Michael DiSanto '12
Men's Crew

Michael DiSanto '12

An Economics major who captained the Crimson before graduating in 2012, the Boston native was a pivotal component of three consecutive top-five finishes at the IRA National Championships during his time in Cambridge.

Vincent Breet
Men's Crew

Vincent Breet

One of just three current undergraduates who will be representing the Crimson in Rio de Janeiro this summer, rising senior Vincent Breet will be part of the South African Coxless Four Boat looking to take home the gold medal.

Andrew Campbell Jr. '14
Men's Crew

Andrew Campbell Jr. '14

Of the three Harvard graduates representing USA men’s rowing, Andrew Campbell Jr. ’14 will be the only one competing at the lightweight level but will look to leave his mark when he begins rowing in Rio.

Tiny But Mighty
Men's Crew

Tiny But Mighty

The men's lightweight crew team seen in action during practice on May 2, 2015. The women coxswains, at 125 pounds, are much smaller than their teammates, but are an integral part of the team. Because of them, the rowers are motivated to row their best, and the boat is directed along the fastest course possible.

Tiny But Mighty
Men's Crew

She’s the Man: Women Coxswains on Men’s Crew Teams

Outside the world of rowing, the role of the coxswain is often unknown or misunderstood. Who are the people sitting in the boat, but not actually rowing? What even are they doing?

Losing the Cup
Men's Crew

Losing the Cup

The Harvard men's lightweight team, seen in action above, relinquished the Haines Cup after falling to No. 6 Navy on the Severn Rive

Losing the Cup
Men's Crew

Men's Heavyweight Crew Takes Home Adams Cup, Others Falls to Ranked Opponents

With little time left in the regular season, the Harvard and Radcliffe heavyweight and lightweight teams looked to leave its mark in the water. With the men's heavyweight crew team win, the team takes home Adams Cup for the 18th consecutive year, and the 53rd out of 80 years.