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Row to Rio: Making a Dream Come True - Austin Hack

by Ed Moran, ed@usrowing.org | Jun 08, 2016
Austin Hack has always had a dream, one in which he finds himself in a critical moment and in a critical situation. He lived that dream on May 24 at the Final Olympic Qualification Regatta in Lucerne, Switzerland. As stroke of the U.S. men’s eight, Hack set the rhythm for the crew rowing behind him and helped lead them to victory and a qualified spot on the 2016 Rio Olympic schedule. Listen to what that moment meant to Hack, how he found rowing, what it was like to row at Stanford University and one of the more defining moments of his young life in a video interview done following the conclusion of the qualification regatta and prior to winning bronze in 2016 World Rowing Cup II on the Rotsee race course.
Austin Hack has always had a dream, one in which he finds himself in a critical moment and in a critical situation. He lived that dream on May 24 at the Final Olympic Qualification Regatta in Lucerne, Switzerland.

As stroke of the U.S. men’s eight, Hack set the rhythm for the crew rowing behind him and helped lead them to victory and a qualified spot on the 2016 Rio Olympic schedule. Listen to what that moment meant to Hack, how he found rowing, what it was like to row at Stanford University and one of the more defining moments of his young life in a video interview done following the conclusion of the qualification regatta and prior to winning bronze in 2016 World Rowing Cup II on the Rotsee race course.
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