Women's Crew

Men's Crew

Men's and Women's Crew End Season at Foot of the Charles Regatta

This weekend’s sub-freezing temperatures and gusting winds may have signaled the first signs of autumn’s imminent surrender to the Boston winter. A sense of home field advantage was on the side of the Crimson, as the familiar course proved to yield favorable results.

Boats and Rows
Men's Crew

Boats and Rows

Both of Harvard’s lightweight teams earned bronze medals in one of their races, the teams’ best results of the weekend.

Boats and Rows
Men's Crew

Lightweight Crew Teams Medal in Head of the Charles Regatta

Harvard boats posted impressive all-around performances in both the men’s and women’s categories, collectively taking home some bronze medals, along with a fourth place finish.

No Week Men
Men's Crew

No Week Men

The John W. Weeks Bridge stands over the the Charles River near the Harvard campus. The bridge is one of the several that rowers must navigate safely during the Head of the Charles.

Launching Pad
Men's Crew

Launching Pad

Newell Boathouse serves as the base of operations for Harvard's crew teams.

More Oar
Women's Crew

More Oar

This weekend at the Head of the Charles, Harvard Crew will row in front of nearly 400,000 spectators.

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Cambridge Prepares for Flood of Regatta Visitors

Ahead of this weekend's Head of the Charles regatta, Square businesses say “nothing else really compares" to the rush of customers from the annual event.

Hey Hayes
Men's Crew

Hayes Takes Unconventional Path to Rowing Success

“I don’t think that I would be who I am today and where I am today if I hadn’t been exposed to rowing,” Hayes said.

More Oar
Men's Crew

Harvard Readies for 53rd Head of the Charles

Historically, some have referred to the famed regatta as crew’s equivalent of the Boston Marathon, in terms of the event’s magnitude and importance to the sport.

Age-Old Butt
Men's Crew

Crew Coaches Bring Steady Hands

For the past three decades, Charley Butt and Liz O’Leary have led the Harvard and Radcliffe crew teams.

Not-So-Peewee Kiwi
Men's Crew

Freshman Rowers Bring International Experience

Freshman rowers Olivia Farrar, Brigid Kennedy, and Lucas Clarke join Radcliffe and Harvard with international experience under their belts.

No Week Men

Head of the Charles 2017 Set to Start

Founded by three locals in 1965, the Head of the Charles has since expanded to an international event that attracts nearly 400,000 spectators and many of the best rowers in the world.

Wrecking Crew
Women's Crew

Wrecking Crew

The womens' rowing team, Radcliffe crew, has made 17 appearances in the NCAA Championships under Coach Liz O'Leary.

Men's Crew

Harvard Crew Teams Encouraged by Performance at Season Opener

Making its season debut Saturday at the Head of the Housatonic regatta, the Harvard men’s lightweight crew emerged with some auspicious results.

Women's Crew

Radcliffe Crew Commences Season, Third Varsity Boat Wins

The Harvard-Radcliffe heavyweight crew team opened its 2017 spring season with races against No. 2 Ohio State and No. 4 Michigan. Though the Radcliffe first and second varsity eights lost to both rivals, the Black and White's third varsity boat claimed victory over its two opponents.