Skip to content
Connect
Stories

Row, row, row your boat to gold…

Peter Arata, on the far right, helped his U.S. team snag gold in a race that came down to mere seconds. Photo courtesy of Northeastern Athletics.

Northeastern rower Peter Arata won a gold medal for the United States and Madison Mailey took the top prize for Canada at the World Rowing Under 23 Championships last weekend.

Arata, rowing on a team of four with a coxswain, helped the U.S. team snag gold in a race that came down to mere seconds. Mailey, rowing for the second consecutive year on the Canadian team of eight with a coxswain, set the pace for a race that the team won handily.

The World Rowing Under 23 Championships are open to all World Rowing Federation member nations for rowers under the age of 23. The best university athletes are selected for the competition, which is held every two years, each year in a different city.

 

Read the full story at News at Northeastern.

More Stories

Annelisa Leinbach, Johann Zahn

How science changes the way we think, according to 10 leading scientists

12.07.2022
TaylorSwift

Swift justice: What’s behind Taylor Swift fans’ lawsuit against Ticketmaster?

12.07.2022

In Celebration of Professor of Political Science Robert L. Cord: Remembering his Impact and Legacy at Northeastern

12.08.22
Faculty Stories