Rowing News / July 2008
Kris Korzeniowski, fast approaching 70 and his 10th Olympic Games, is as dashing as ever. Smartly dressed, he speaks with a soft Polish accent, projecting total authority. In this article, I catch up with the legendary coach as he prepares U.S. scullers for Beijing.
Boston Magazine / May 2008
Vlad Shulman never touches a basketball. He’s never enjoyed the devotion of fans. But he’s helped lead the Celtics through one dynasty and, just maybe, into another.
Rowing News / March, 2008
Through statistical modeling, Boston College economics professor Chris Maxwell can tell you which college crews are likely to win. But his numbers reveal something more: the spring season is a search for speed.
Boston Magazine / July, 2009
What it’s like to be young, brilliant, fawned over by multimillionaire investors, courted by universities and corporations around the world, and forever racing—sometimes as teammates, sometimes as rivals—to change medicine as we know it.
Boston Globe Magazine / February 1st, 2009
If Boston biologist and entrepreneur Christoph Westphal, 40, has found a way to turn back aging, then why aren’t we all getting younger?