I chat with Justin Moore.
At Yale, he led the freshman eight to the 1996 Eastern Sprints Championship and, later that summer, a victory in the Temple Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta. He then went on to Williams College, where as Head Women’s Coach, he guided the team to six NCAA Division III national championships. With an incredible streak from 2006 to 2010, Williams became the first Division III school to win five consecutive NCAA titles. After that, he took over as the Head Women’s Coach at Syracuse. Under his leadership, the orange earned seven top-three conference championship finishes and three trips to the NCAA Championship.
He was also an active international coach, working with the US Women’s Junior National Team on 2009 and 2010 and the US Under 23 Women’s Team in 2012. His crews collected 4 World Championship medals.
Today he is co-founder and Chief Coach at Hydrow, the company that is revolutionizing the indoor rowing experience, bringing the river home with live workouts on stunning waterways from around the world.