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George Pocock was a leading designer and builder of racing shells in the 20th Century. He achieved international recognition by providing the eight-oared racing shells which won gold medals in the 1936 Summer Olympics with a crew from the University of Washington (the subject of the book Boys in the Boat), and again in 1948 and 1952. In this era, nearly every collegiate and sport rowing program in America used wooden shells and oars built by Pocock. Beyond his achievements as a boatbuilder, his influence, promotion and philosophy of rowing have inspired countless oarsmen and coaches.
George Pocock believed that anyone who had the desire to row should have the opportunity to participate in the sport and pursue excellence at the highest level. Colorado Junior Crew was created in 2007 with that same philosophy. We invite you to continue the legacy that George inspired and join us in our mission by making a gift or pledge to support CJC.
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