On March 12 and 13, the Mercer Indoor Row for the Cure went virtual. Utilizing the Concept2 ErgRace platform, the rowing machines were connected virtually for the event. Athletes could see their progress as well as the race leader and their closest competition on the monitor of their rowing machine. While last year’s event included a virtual option, this was the first year that the event was fully virtual.
Eugenia Rodriguez and Devon Reid led the Varsity Girls open and lightweight categories. Julian Thomas and George Drago won the Varsity Boy’s open and lightweight divisions. In the Novice races Vivian Teeley and Alvin Tien posted the quickest times. In the 500 meter sprints, Stephen Gamma won the open division with Bella Jaffe taking the Girls Coxswain and Matt Califano posting the quickest time in the Men’s Coxswain division.
Full results can be found here.
The Mercer Indoor Row for the Cure is part of the Row for the Cure series of events that raise money to support the Susan G. Komen’s fight to eliminate breast cancer.
The results for this year’s