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  1. Finding His Coxing Voice: Henry Fieldman

    Finding His Coxing Voice: Henry Fieldman Coxswain Chronicles: This is Part of an Ongoing Interview Series Henry Fieldman is one of the world's most renowned coxes. Having led the British men's eight to a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics, he is now in the driving seat of their rapidly improving women's eight and has his sights set firmly on a golden summer in Paris. With experience ... Read more...
  2. Finding Her Coxing Voice: Nina Castagna

    Finding Her Coxing Voice: Nina Castagna Coxswain Chronicles: Navigating the Waters of Leadership - This is Part Two of an Interview Series How did you first get into coxing? One of my closest friends in high school had joined a club team and would tell me all about it after school. Eventually, I was intrigued enough to come to a practice with her. I showed up to my first day, a 4'10 ... Read more...
  3. Finding Her Coxswain Voice: Nat Toms

    Finding Her Coxswain Voice: Nat Toms Coxswain Chronicles: From Novice to World Champion in Two Years– This is Part Four of an NK Sports Interview Series Nat Toms is a unique cox. Not only is she a junior world champion, but she took a men's crew to gold in Paris, an increasingly unusual feat. Before the junior world championships, Great Britain only had one recognized ... Read more...
  4. Finding His Coxing Voice: James Trotman

    Finding His Coxing Voice: James Trotman Coxswain Chronicles: Navigating the Waters of Leadership – This is Part Three of an Interview Series Is there any greater test in modern coxing than The Oxford Cambridge Boat Race? To guide a crew of eight finely tuned athletes down the twisting, turning waterway that splits open the heart of the English capital is a ritual embedded into ... Read more...
  5. Finding Her Coxing Voice: Morgan Baynham-Williams

    Finding Her Coxing Voice: Morgan Baynham-Williams Coxswain Chronicles: Navigating the Waters of Leadership – This is Part One of an Interview Series Coxing is a notoriously tricky – and thankless – task. Summoning up the mental resilience and emotional mastery to successfully guide a boat full of athletes to the finish, finding creative methods to eek every last drop of effort out of ... Read more...
  6. Finding His Coxswain Voice

    Finding His Coxswain Voice  Coxswain Chronicles: Navigating the Waters of Leadership – This is Part One of an Interview Series Being the best is such an abstract concept. Best has a certain subjectivity to it – how can we define best in the context of differing environments, standards, and people? To be the best in a small field is tough; being the best across a ... Read more...

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