This rower, who came from Seattle, had a learning disability that made it difficult for him to read.
This person was 31, had passed up opportunities to pursue rowing, and whose nickname came from the difficulty children had pronouncing his name when he was younger.
This person wrote the book and had won a Pulitzer Prize for journalism.
This person was smaller and younger than some of the other rowers and became a physician who interned in Seattle.
This person was difficult to get along with, worked at Wells Fargo bank, and won a gold medal in the double scull in the 1984 Olympic Games.
This man was easy to get along with and won a gold medal in the double scull in the 1984 Olympic games.
This person won a double position, but was overcome by...
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