Installed the DieselGeek Panzer plate on our 2013 VW Jetta Sportwagen TDI today. Great product.
Trek District with Mods
Head of the South – 2013
Savannah River, Augusta, GA
|Championship 1x||Weirich||18m 10s 660ms||-1m 1s 500ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Championship 1x||Long||18m 16s 160ms||-0m 56s 0ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Championship 1x||Tresansky||18m 34s 210ms||-0m 37s 950ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Junior 1x||O’Brien||18m 51s 470ms||-0m 20s 690ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Lightweight 1x||Perrin||18m 54s 170ms||-0m 17s 990ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Championship 1x||Getsinger||18m 58s 330ms||-0m 13s 830ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Championship 1x||Mazzotta||19m 8s 380ms||-0m 3s 780ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Lightweight 1x||Blackwood||19m 12s 160ms||0m 0s 0ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||Fedoriw||19m 15s 710ms||0m 3s 550ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Junior 1x||Giles||19m 25s 620ms||0m 13s 460ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Junior 1x||Wiegman||19m 33s 840ms||0m 21s 680ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Youth Lightweight 1x||Perrin||19m 34s 40ms||0m 21s 880ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Junior 1x||Montgomery||19m 47s 880ms||0m 35s 720ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Youth Lightweight 1x||Orndorf||19m 53s 280ms||0m 41s 120ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Championship 1x||Berger||19m 55s 700ms||0m 43s 540ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Championship 1x||Hays||20m 5s 700ms||0m 53s 540ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||D’Italia||20m 14s 390ms||1m 2s 230ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Junior 1x||Hayes||20m 17s 240ms||1m 5s 80ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Youth Lightweight 1x||Powshok||20m 18s 320ms||1m 6s 160ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Junior 1x||Jansen||20m 30s 250ms||1m 18s 90ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||Walthall||20m 31s 980ms||1m 19s 820ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||Kannapell||20m 32s 820ms||1m 20s 660ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Youth Lightweight 1x||Menon||20m 37s 930ms||1m 25s 770ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||Denny||20m 42s 920ms||1m 30s 760ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Junior 1x||Andrews||20m 50s 830ms||1m 38s 670ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||Schreiner||21m 10s 490ms||1m 58s 330ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||DiCrescenzo||21m 11s 830ms||1m 59s 670ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Junior 1x||Tirella||21m 20s 10ms||2m 7s 850ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||Barker||21m 26s 770ms||2m 14s 610ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||Glover||21m 38s 160ms||2m 26s 0ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Youth Lightweight 1x||Henson||21m 38s 910ms||2m 26s 750ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||Dombrowski||21m 52s 270ms||2m 40s 110ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||Schiffli||22m 20s 370ms||3m 8s 210ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||Houston||22m 20s 410ms||3m 8s 250ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Junior 1x||Groth||22m 37s 220ms||3m 25s 60ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||Elkazzaz||23m 6s 620ms||3m 54s 460ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||Feaster||23m 41s 330ms||4m 29s 170ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Junior 1x||Jordan||23m 42s 800ms||4m 30s 640ms||19m 12s 160ms|
|Masters 1x||Brown||27m 52s 40ms||8m 39s 880ms||19m 12s 160ms|
Mid October Row
WV Youth Symphony – Spring Concert
Charleston, WV – May 5, 2013
Videos on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/drandrewblackwood
Clemson Rowing 03.16.2013
Clemson, SC – I had a nice, short day officiating races in Clemson, SC. I was Chief Judge (finish line). Great course, great LOC, and great officiating crew.
8:20 am 1st Varsity 8
8:40 am 2nd Varsity 8
9:00 am 1st Varsity 4
9:20 am 1st Novice 8
9:35 am 2nd Varsity 4
9:50 am 2nd Novice 8
I’ll be in Clemson, SC, to officiate the NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing races on March 16, 2013.
- Clemson University
- Syracuse University
- Indiana University
- Boston University
- Purdue University
- 8:20 am 1st Varsity 8
- 8:40 am 2nd Varsity 8
- 9:00 am 1st Varsity 4
- 9:20 am 1st Novice 8
- 9:35 am 2nd Varsity 4
- 9:50 am 2nd Novice 8
Races from March 9, 2013 – video feed.
Archive – 2013-01-08
A new collection of scanned photos from the Blackwood Family Archive was recently posted to http://photos.andrewblackwood.us.
Concept2 Dynamic Erg
I’ve added the Concept2 Dynamic Erg to my home gym.
First Impressions (based on my inaugural 10 km row):
- As designed, the rowing stroke involves virtually no movement of the rower’s center of gravity. This is the biggest change from the traditional C2 indoor rower and is the basis of its design. This has several advantages:
- Ability to row at higher rates (32 spm compared with 26 spm).
- Less stress at the catch as you start the drive.
- Ability to push hard through the finish without ‘anticipating’ the finish.
- Because the rower no longer generates momentum moving toward the catch, compression (reach) is less pronounced and more closely approximates on the water rowing.
More to come.
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