Well, Lucerne has ended and we’ve seen where we stand. It was a bit of a gut check, but in reality we knew we were about 7 seconds behind Germany. I think that we know what needs to get done and how to do it. Competition for those 8 seats is going to be tuff but in the end that will make the boat faster. For now, I’m in San Diego training with Dan Walsh. We’ve decided that we want to row the pair together and have started training like that’s going to happen. If we stay on that course, we’ll return to Princeton on the 15th of August to compete in a pairs trial where top finishers get invited to the big boats selection camp.
So, right now I’m singularly focused on finishing well at the pairs regatta.