Coached by Colin Silvers, Blair Crew has worked its way up in the rowing world and made team history by getting invited to race at the Head of the Charles in Boston, Massachusetts.
The boys soccer team loses to Einstein 1-3 on 9/26/23
Space is limited, so boats cover every inch of space along the river.
Team cheer before launching on the river.
With 11,000 athletes rowing in over 1,900 boats in 61 events, the river is extremely crowded.
A Women's four races down the 5300 meter course.
Rowers walk along the Charles river.
The Head of the Charles is one of the largest events in Boston, with over 400,000 spectators that gather to watch the races over the 3 days of events. One of the six bridges overlooking the course, attracts many viewers.
An entire pop-up tent/building is dedicated to the book (and soon to be movie in theaters), The Boys in the Boat. This crew transformed the sport of rowing.
Spectators and rowers explore the tents along the shore of the Charles river.
Crowds of people explore the numerous tents posted along the Charles River.
Trophies awarded from past years - dating back to the first races in 1965.
Where the winners of each event receive two-and-one-half inch bronze medals, engraved 1st PLACE.
The Head of the Charles is the world's largest 3-day rowing competition. This year is Blair Crew's first time competing at the event in Boston.
Team captain, Daphne Payne and varsity rower Joey Panner are excited to race.
The mini golfing scene
Sporting the unity day T-Shirt design
Senior smiles all around
Enjoying outdoor lunch
Enjoying burgers freshly made on the farm grills.
Intense matches of basketball on the courts.
Blazers take on the zipline without fear.
Hear us roar!
The Einstein Titans line up as Blair takes a penalty kick.
As time ticked down, yellow cards were thrown on all sides.
Junior Defender Quinn Kelly brings the ball up the field.