Parati Competitive Rowing Shows Well in Weather Shortened Regatta

By: Parati Competitive Rowing
| Published 04/22/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX -- Rain and wind impacted the 2024 Texas State Rowing Championships for the second year in a row. Parati had 31 boats ready to compete, but only 9 raced before the competition was halted and ultimately cancelled.

Young Team Continues Parati's Tradition of Excellence

Juliet Bohn handily won her second straight U17 Championship. Juliet has showcased her skill as a rower and her leadership around the boathouse this year with her dedication and work ethic.

Regan Adams, Clare McKenna, Paige Yartym, Nellie Coleman, along with first time coxswain Presley Yartym ably won the State Championship for the U16 coxed quad. These young girls have been working exceptionally hard and it showed as they bested the next closest boat by almost 40 seconds.

Jay Kirk and Patrick McKenna raced the men’s double and finished first in their heat. Ava Andrews and Lily Harrell raced the women’s double and finished first in their heat. Unfortunately, neither boat got to race the final before the racing was canceled.

This young team, with only two high school seniors, has been working very hard and it is disappointing to see the racing cut short. Fortunately, the team will be in action in two weeks as Oklahoma City hosts the Regional Championship Regatta with bids for the National Championship Regatta on the line.

If you are willing to work hard to achieve success, Parati is the place for you. Parati is hosting three different weeks of summer camp this summer. Check them out on the website, Or give them a call at 832-510-6288.

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