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A New Experience and Another Female Athlete of the Year Award for Megan Kalmoe

by USRowing video by Ed Moran, ed@usrowing.org | Nov 25, 2015
Megan Kalmoe has rowed on the senior national team long enough to have figured out exactly what it takes to succeed, to make an Olympic class boat and to be completely comfortable with the process. Or has she?
Megan Kalmoe has rowed on the senior national team long enough to have figured out exactly what it takes to succeed, to make an Olympic class boat and to be completely comfortable with the process. Or has she?

“One of the things about rowing at this level and working with people who are so dedicated and talented and competitive is that in this group, you are never going to stop learning,” Kalmoe said during a video interview at the 2015 Golden Oars Awards Dinner. “You’re never going to stop learning about the actual rowing stroke, about training and about yourself as an athlete. It’s one of those things where, once you think you have something figured out, you realize you really don’t have it figured out at all.”

Hear what the first U.S. athlete to be voted Athlete of the Year in consecutive seasons had to say about the challenges she faced this year and what being voted the 2015 USRowing Female Athlete of the Year meant to her. 

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