Welcome to Georgia

We have safely arrived in Georgia! The team flew into Atlanta Wednesday to prepare for the upcoming races. Lake Lanier—where the course is—is about 2 hours north of Atlanta, so the day was mostly dedicated to travel and rest. One of our amazing teammates, Andrew Spicher, was kind enough to host the team at his house, which was on the way to the venue. Thursday morning we woke up, got breakfast and headed to the course. Our boats had also safely arrived by the time we got there, thanks to UCLA, who trailered for us. We got rigging and all four boats were able to get in about an hour of practice time. It was a beautiful day, but boy was it hot! The temperature was hovering around 95 degrees and humidity made it feel even more intense - but hey, we’re a desert team, thats what we’re used to. We got plenty of pictures and other content throughout the day which can be seen on our Instagram. Tomorrow, our first event is the single at noon and our other events are scattered throughout the afternoon. Here’s the breakdown:

Men’s 1x Time Trial - 12:00 p.m.

        Moosavy - Bow 13 

        Curtin - Bow 18

Women’s Novice 4+ Heat 3 - 3:12 p.m.

        Bridges - Bow 6

Men’s 2- Heat 3 - 3:33 p.m.

        Pederson/Grade - Bow 4 

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