We're now closing in on just about a week to the opening ceremonies of Olympics, yet the problems surrounding the Rio games are as real as ever before. You know them, but they're worth repeating here, with everything from Zika to crime, unfinished venues and problems with the Olympic village just a part of what will surely be one of the most interesting Olympic 'experiences' we've...
Via FOX Sports
7 days ago
American rower Gevvie Stone ’07 will be competing in the single sculls at the Olympic Games once again this summer. After a seventh place finish in the single sculls at the 2012 Games, Stone continued to row and most recently won a silver medal in the single sculls at the 2016 World Rowing Cup II. The Daily Princetonian sat down with her to discuss her personal and professional...
Not only is Gevvie Stone an Olympic rower and a medical doctor, but she is an avid baker too. Specifically, cupcakes! Stone has baked all 112 recipes in her cupcake cookbook. She shares her favorite and least favorite recipes.
It was a decade ago when Gevvie Stone '07 rowed in the 2 seat, one seat ahead of bow Kate Bertko '06 in arguably the greatest women's boat in collegiate history. Bertko and Stone won gold that year as Princeton teammates; they earned the opportunity to race for more gold this summer as Olympic teammates.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) Cambridge Boat Club's Andrew Campbell and Gevvie Stone won the men's and women's singles titles Saturday on the first day of the 50th annual Head of the Charles Regatta. The Cambridge Boat Club is the third timing checkpoint on the race course and serves as headquarters for the regatta. Campbell and Stone have trained and lifted weights together. The 22-year...
Via Associated Press
October 18, 2014 | Discuss
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