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The Buffalo State Rowing Club's first home regatta of the season Sunday at the West Side Rowing Club was a long time coming. Forty-two years, to be exact. "You never thought this was going to happen ever again, but here we are on this beautiful day right where it all started for us," said Richard Nolan, a SUNY Buffalo State alumnus who was a member of the rowing club…

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Emily Regan of Buffalo and the U.S. Women’s Eight showed it was back to championship form by winning its opening heat on Wednesday and earning a place in Sunday’s final at the World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. The U.S. Women had a streak of 11 consecutive gold medals finishes when they finish fourth in last year's Worlds in Sarasota, Fla. The crew of K…

Buffalo's Sam Hausmann and the U.S. lightweight men's quadruple sculls crew will row in Wednesday's repechage heats at the World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Hausmann, Alexander Loy of Ballston Lake, Michael Landuyt of Grosse Pointe, Mich. and James Nelson of Austin, Texas, finished fifth on Monday in a heat won by Germany. The Americans were timed in 6:02…

Emily Regan of Buffalo was selected to row with the U.S. women’s eight in the World Rowing Championships Sept. 8-16 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. The Senior National Team selections were made at the conclusion of the selection camp. The women’s training center is in Princeton, N.J. Regan, who rowed for the U.S. gold medal eight in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, and coxswain…

Emily Regan of Buffalo rowed on U.S. crews that captured two bronze medals Sunday in the World Rowing Cup III regatta on the Rotsee in Lucerne Switzerland. She was in shells that accounted for half of the U.S. medals in the competition. The 30-year-old former Michigan State University athlete and a gold medalist with the U.S. eight in the 2016 Rio Olympics was at the No. …

The U.S. eight-oared shell, with Emily Regan of Buffalo at the No. 3 seat, won the repechage heat Saturday to gain a place in Sunday’s final of thge World Rowing Cup regatta in Lucerne, Switzerland. The American crossed the line in 6 minutes, 3.26 seconds more than two seconds in front of the Netherlands. Regan also will row in one of the two U.S. crews in the women’s fou…

Emily Regan of Buffalo, who rowed in the bow seat for United States’ gold-medal winning eight in the 2016 Olympics, will be in one of the two U.S. women’s straight four shells this weekend in the third and final World Rowing Cup regatta of the year in Lucerne, Switzerland. The former Michigan State rower, will race with Tracy Eisser (Fair Lawn, N.J.), Vicky Opitz (Middlet…

Host club eights won the men’s Open and U17 and women’s lightweight, U19 and U17 races, but the St. Catharines Rowing Club outpointed the West Side Rowing Club in the 105th Buffalo West Side Invitational Regatta, which wrapped up Sunday on the Black Rock Channel. St. Catharines crews racked up 245 points to 161 for the WSRC. The Buffalo Scholastic Rowing Association finis…

Ashley Johnson, who was born in Indonesia, but rowed for the West Side Rowing Club and graduated from Clarence High School, earned a place in the World U23 Double Sculls by winning the U.S. Trials Sunday with Sydney Michalak of Peterborough, N.H. The trials were held at Lake Mercer in West Windsor, N.J. Johnson and Michalak rowed the course in 7 minutes, 19.15 seconds to …