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by William Stowe

Author: William Stowe
Subcategory: Miscellaneous
Language: English
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (February 23, 2005)
Pages: 198 pages
Category: Outdoors and Sports
Rating: 4.7
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In this book on the spectacular races at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games, Bill Stowe writes with the same deadly accuracy . In ALL TOGETHER, Bill Stowe cites the great crew coach before him Rusty Callow as saying, I never met an oarsman I didn’t like

In this book on the spectacular races at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games, Bill Stowe writes with the same deadly accuracy and drive that he showed as the stroke of that crew. He writes not as his own remembrances would be so long after the fact. In ALL TOGETHER, Bill Stowe cites the great crew coach before him Rusty Callow as saying, I never met an oarsman I didn’t like. Stowe then quips, Yeah, but he never met the Amlong brothers. The Amlong brothers were so difficult that their gold medal producing coach Allen Rosenberg had to place them far apart in the boat so they wouldn’t fight. A confession here: I didn’t like Bill Stowe the one time I met him.

""In this book on the spectacular races at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games, Bill Stowe writes with the same deadly accuracy and drive that he showed as the stroke of that crew

""In this book on the spectacular races at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games, Bill Stowe writes with the same deadly accuracy and drive that he showed as the stroke of that crew. He writes not as his own remembrances would be so long after the fact, but rather in the tightly woven factual web of interviews of rowers from around the world.

Allen P. Rosenberg Coach of the 1964 Olympic Crew "ALL TOGETHER is an inspirational story about one of the biggest upsets in Olympic history.

In this book on the spectacular races at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games, Bill. Allen P. A must read for any American who has ever picked up an oar" Mike Teti Coach of the 2004 Olympic Crew.

William Arthur "Bill" Stowe (March 23, 1940 – February 8, 2016) was an American rowing stroke. He won gold medals at the 1964 Olympics and 1967 Pan American Games, and a bronze medal at the 1965 European championships. Stowe was born in Oak Park, Illinois. He graduated from Kent School in 1958 and Cornell University, class of 1962. After that he joined the . Navy and was dispatched to Vietnam, where he rowed at the Club Nautique in Saigon.

He won gold medals at the 1964 Olympics and 1967 Pan American Games, and a bronze medal at the 1965 European . All Together: The Formidable Journey to Gold with the 1964 Olympic Crew. v. t. e. Olympic champions – Men's eight.

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William Arthur "Bill" Stowe (March 23, 1940 – February 8, 2016) was an American rower. Among other rowing accomplishments, he stroked the . men's eight in the 1964 Summer Olympics to a gold medal. Stowe was the crew coach of Columbia University from 1967 to 1971 when he went to the . Coast Guard Academy to start the rowing program there.

In this book on the spectacular races at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games, Bill Stowe writes with the same deadly accuracy and drive that he showed as the stroke o. .Select Format: Paperback. Select Condition: Like New.

After the Olympic row, Stowe turned to coaching and was Columbia University coach between 1967 and 1971, and then helped the . Coast Guard Academy to start a rowing programme.

In this book on the spectacular races at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games, Bill Stowe writes with the same deadly accuracy and drive that he showed as the stroke of that crew. He writes not as his own remembrances would be so long after the fact, but rather in the tightly woven factual web of interviews of rowers from around the world. This is a compelling book because it develops the diverse backgrounds and experiences that a small group of men brought for the sole purpose of winning a gold medal in the Olympics. It was so momentous that this feat has not been repeated for the United States for 40 years, and then only with the force of a truly national effort and all of the weight and backing that that brings.Vesper is a storied club and it is in this romantic context that this group of lightly regarded mature men won for their club, their city and their country. Each man brings a special facet of himself to build the mosaic that created the perfect mix. This is a compelling story, intricately researched and crisply written that makes it a must for people who dream and who want to succeed.Allen P. RosenbergCoach of the 1964 Olympic Crew"ALL TOGETHER is an inspirational story about one of the biggest upsets in Olympic history. A must read for any American who has ever picked up an oar"Mike TetiCoach of the 2004 Olympic Crew