Meet Team USA: Rowing
The United States Olympic rowing teams are set after a three-month long athlete selection process.
On March 21, 2016 the selection process began to award 41 athletes an Olympic team selection.
In total, U.S. Rowing qualified 11 out of a possible 14 Olympic-class boats. On June 22, they named their last Olympic team that will accompany the rest to Rio – the men’s pair.
2016 U.S. Olympic rowing team
Women's single sculls: Gevvie Stone
Women's double sculls: Ellen Tomek and Meghan O'Leary
Lightweight women’s double sculls: Kate Bertko and Devery Karz
Lightweight men’s double sculls: Andrew Campbell Jr and Joshua Konieczny
Women's pair: Grace Luczak and Felice Mueller
Women’s quadruple sculls: Adrienne Martelli, Grace Latz, Tracy Eisser and Megan Kalmoe
Women’s eight: Coxswain Katelin Snyder, Eleanor Logan, Amanda Elmore, Tessa Gobbo, Meghan Musnicki, Emily Regan, Lauren Schmetterling, Amanda Polk and Kerry Simmonds.
Lightweight men’s four: Robin Prendes, Tyler Nase, Edward King and Anthony Fahden
Men’s four: Seth Weil, Henrik Rummel, Charlie Cole and Matt Miller
Men’s eight: Coxswain Sam Ojserkis, Austin Hack, Rob Munn, Mike DiSanto, Steve Kasprzyk, Glenn Ochal, Alex Karwoski, Hans Struzyna, and Sam Dommer
Men’s pair: Nareg Guregian and Anders Weiss
The men’s single, double and quadruple sculls did not qualify for Rio.
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