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Gevvie Stone didn't want to luck into a silver medal

Gevvie Stone knew she needed to make a move in the final 500m if she was going to maintain her second place time in the women's single sculls, so she decided to turn up the heat at the 300m mark.
Via CSN Chicago
August 18, 2016

Gevvie Stone didn't want to luck into a silver medal

Gevvie Stone knew she needed to make a move in the final 500m if she was going to maintain her second place time in the women's single sculls, so she decided to turn up the heat at the 300m mark.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
August 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Olympics Day 8 Roundup – Stone ’07 becomes first Tiger Olympian to medal at Rio

  Gevvie Stone ’07 became the first Princetonian to earn a spot on the podium at the 2016 Games when she won a silver medal in her single sculls event. Stone took home the silver for Team USA with a time of 7:22.92. Australian Kim Brennan finished first with a time of 7:21.54, while China’s Duan Jingli finished third with a time of 7:24.13. Stone’s second place finish at the...
Via The Daily Princetonian
August 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Princeton rowers barely miss podium at Rio Games

Two Princeton athletes, Lauren Wilkinson ’11 and Glenn Ochal ’08, just missed medaling in their respective events earlier today. Wilkinson and the Canadian women’s coxed eights team finished fifth in their medal race, while Ochal and seven other members of Team USA finished fourth in the finals of the men’s coxed eights. Wilkinson and Team Canada got off to a strong start...
Via The Daily Princetonian
August 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Gevvie Stone ’07 Takes Home Silver Medal at Rio Olympics

Princeton rower Gevvie Stone ’07 earned herself a spot on the podium after her performance in the women’s single sculls Final A this morning, where she took home the silver medal for Team USA with a time of 7:22.92. Stone entered today’s medal race after an outstanding semifinal, where she finished second in her group with a time of 7:44.56.  However, she turned out an even...
Via The Daily Princetonian
August 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Princeton Alum Takes Home Silver Medal at Rio Olympics

Princeton rower Gevvie Stone ’07 earned herself a spot on the podium after her performance in the women’s single sculls Final A this morning, where she took home the silver medal for Team USA with a time of 7:22.92. Stone entered today’s medal race after an outstanding semifinal, where she finished second in her group with a time of 7:44.56.  However, she turned out an even...
Via The Daily Princetonian
August 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Rio Rowing: USA wins gold in women’s eight, Stone takes silver in single sculls

Team USA won gold in the women’s eight in Saturday morning’s rowing action. While Canada’s boat tried to prove that the continuing domination of the United States was no guarantee, by the third 500-meter segment, USA was ready to remind the field whose race it was to lose. By the finish line, Canada had lost their early momentum and fallen to fifth, and Great Britain pushed...
Via Excelle Sports
August 13, 2016

Rowing: Gevvie Stone wins silver in the women's single

Gevvie Stone of the U.S. wins silver in the women's single sculls behind Australia's Kim Brennan.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
August 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Rowing: Gevvie Stone wins silver in the women's single

Gevvie Stone of the U.S. wins silver in the women's single sculls behind Australia's Kim Brennan.
Via CSN Chicago
August 13, 2016

Gevvie Stone Wins Olympic Silver Medal In Single Sculls!

Gevvie Stone '07 made Olympic history Saturday morning, as she matched the best finish by an American woman in the Games when she won silver in a thrilling W1x final. Stone, a member of the 2006 NCAA champion Princeton open women's varsity eight, used a brilliant race to collect her first Olympic medal.
Via GoPrincetonTigers.com
August 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Olympics Day 7 Roundup: Stone ’07 and Matheson ’08 each move one step closer to medals

Three Tigers competed on Day 7 of the Games, locking in two more Tiger powered victories for Canada and USA. Kate Bertko ’06 ended her journey at Rio with a fourth place finish for USA in Final B of the women’s lightweight double sculls event. Bertko stood tenth in the overall rankings for the event.   American rower Gevvie Stone ’07 finished second in her women’s single...
Via The Daily Princetonian
August 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Rowing: Gevvie Stone qualifies for medal final

Gevvie Stone finished strongly to finish second and qualify for the medal final in the women's single sculls.
Via CSN Chicago
August 12, 2016

Rio Recap, Day 10: Stone Reaches Gold Medal Final; Bertko Takes 10th; Matheson Plays Q'Final at 6 pm

Gevvie Stone '07 wanted to beat her finish from the London Games, and she wanted to end up on the medal stand in Rio.
Via GoPrincetonTigers.com
August 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Olympics Day 4: Bertko ’06, Stone ’07 and Matheson ’08 each advance

Day 4 of the Games saw some powerful performances from six Tigers in rowing, water polo and soccer. American rower Gevvie Stone ’07 finished her single sculls quarterfinals in first place with a time of 7:27.04. This puts her in second place overall, behind Australia’s Kim Brennan, who posted a time of 7:26.86. Stone will now race in Semifinal A/B 2 at 8:40 a.m. EST on Aug. 11...
Via The Daily Princetonian
August 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Rio Recap, Day 7: Stone, Bertko Advance; Johnson Makes Winning Debut For USA Water Polo

Gevvie Stone '07 and Kate Bertko '06 sat next to each more more than a decade ago in arguably the best women's boat in NCAA history.
Via GoPrincetonTigers.com
August 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Rowing: Gevvie Stone takes quarterfinal

U.S. Olympic women's single sculler Gevvie Stone qualifies for the semifinals with a strong win in her quarterfinal on Day 4 of Olympic rowing in Rio.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
August 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Rowing: Gevvie Stone takes quarterfinal

U.S. Olympic women's single sculler Gevvie Stone qualifies for the semifinals with a strong win in her quarterfinal on Day 4 of Olympic rowing in Rio.
Via CSN Chicago
August 09, 2016

Ochal ’08 begins second Olympic Journey in Men’s Eight

Glenn Ochal ’08 was not ready to call it quits, even after winning a bronze medal in the men’s coxless four at the 2012 London Games. The Princetonian embarked upon his quest for Olympic glory once again on Monday in the men’s coxed eight at the Rio Games. The U.S. contingent unfortunately failed to advance in the second heat of the day, coming in second behind the defending...
Via The Daily Princetonian
August 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Prendes ’11 and Nase ’13 Advance to Semifinals behind New Zealand

The Men’s Lightweight Four got underway on Day 1 at the 2016 Rio Olympics, with two Princetonians, Robin Prendes ’11 and Tyler Nase ’13 in action. Joined by fellow Americans Anthony Fahden and Edward King, Nase and Prendes helped the U.S. contingent safely advance to the semifinals of the competition in the third and final heat of the day, traversing 2,000 meters of the gorgeous...
Via The Daily Princetonian
August 08, 2016  |  Discuss

U.S. Olympian on Rio Olympics: all the media talks about is in the water

U.S. rower Megan Kalmoe published a lengthy editorial on The Guardian website Tuesday about the coverage of the 2016 Summer Olympics running up to Rio de Janeiro. Titled "I will row through [expletive] for you, America," Kalmoe's letter expresses her disgust for the "flat-out embarrassing" way the Olympics are being covered by the media to date--notably, the media's attempt to ...
Via FOX Sports
July 26, 2016

On Tap with Glenn Ochal ’08

Olympic bronze medalist Glenn Ochal ’08 will be rowing for the U.S. men’s eights boat at the summer Olympic Games in Rio this year. The Daily Princetonian sat down with the University’s former lightweight crew coach to discuss rowing, his time at the University and his expectations for Rio.  Daily Princetonian: What is your favorite thing about rowing? Glenn Ochal...
Via The Daily Princetonian
July 21, 2016  |  Discuss

On Tap with Gevvie Stone ’07

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...
Via The Daily Princetonian
July 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Nase, Prendes, Wilkinson Round Out Rowing Olympians; Barakso Named Alternate

Men's lightweight alumni Tyler Nase '13 and Robin Prendes '11, along with women's open standout Lauren Wilkinson '11, will be joining Kate Bertko '06, Gevvie Stone '07, and Glenn Ochal '08 in Rio next month for the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Via GoPrincetonTigers.com
July 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Gevvie Stone bakes her way to your cupcake-eating heart

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.
Via CSN Chicago
July 01, 2016

Gevvie Stone bakes her way to your cupcake-eating heart

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.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
July 01, 2016  |  Discuss
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