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The Men’s varsity fours, coxed by Louis Copolov, came through with a first place finish with a time of 12:58.4. They finished the 2.5-mile course ahead of Harvard and Brown, who finished second and third respectively.
“It took some patience to start slow and deliberately, but we knew we had a lot of good young guys who needed some basic development work before we could really start pushing them for racing results,” Pojednic said. “In the end we were able to build off a patient start to the year by putting together a good cycle of training that led up to this final race.”
On the team’s key to the pair of first-place finishes, Pojednic emphasized the team’s hard training and focus, which he said led to the stellar performance. Starting in the first six weeks of the year, the team trained to build a solid technical and physiological baseline, which they looked to build off of in November, he said
Pojednic said that the team’s performances to end the fall season gave him hope for the spring.
“I think winning this race to close out the fall season helps the team build confidence in our process,” he said.
Coach Wilhelm agreed, saying that fall success will help translate into the spring season.
“These results will help motivate us as we head into offseason conditioning,” Wilhelm said.
The next step for the Huskies is the spring season, which begins in April. Although a long time from now, a vacation is the last thing on the team’s mind.
“The winter training phase entails a period of self-guided training, two week long training camps in Florida, and a lot of time spent on rowing ergometers due to the Boston climate,” said Pojednic http://thebell-hotel.org/?minus=%D8%A8%D9%8A%D8%B9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A3%D8%B3%D9%87%D9%85&06c=b4 بيع الأسهم . Likewise, Wilhelm said that the women’s team “will continue to train in the weight room and on rowing machines throughout the winter to prepare for the spring season.”
Photo courtesy Zach Williamson, Northeastern Athletics