United States Senior National Team member Mary Jones did a nice balancing act as she carried her boat Sept. 15 toward a dock at Sarasota’s Nathan Benderson Park. An elite level rower, she was alone, and it was time to train for the 2017 World Rowing Championships, which begins Sept. 23 with the Opening Ceremony at the park and runs through Oct. 1. No trainer. No coach. No teammates. No sports psychologist. No one to help carry her boat and oars. If Jones has an entourage, they weren’t early risers.
As construction workers continued to build the venue for the 2017 World Rowing Championships at Nathan Benderson Park, the world's best rowing athletes descended upon the park Sunday morning for workouts. The event begins with the Opening Ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 23 with competition getting started the next day and running through Oct. 1.
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