Rowing Resume - Geoffrey S. Knauth, Cambridge Boat Club
Born in 1960, New York City. Telephone (570) 326-3822 home, (617)
When I was a national team cox, I weighed 108
lbs. at World Championships, and 125 lbs. during the winter.
that I'm married and we have two children, it's a challenge to get
down to 130.)
1996 Coach, Mandela Town Health Spot (youth), Community Rowing,
1988-96 Coxed many elite crews, some coaching also.
1996 CRASH-B Sprints, CBC, Coxswain Men, 7:41.
1995 Masters Nationals, Syracuse, many boats.
1995 Head of the Charles, CBC, Men's Club Eight.
1995 San Diego Crew Classic, CBC, Masters 40+ Eight, 1st.
1995 CRASH-B Sprints, CBC, Coxswain Men, 9:28.9, 8th.
1994 Head of the Charles, Boston Masters Women, Four, 2nd.
1994 World Championships, Indianapolis, US OM2+, 9th.
1994 San Diego Crew Classic, CBC, Masters 40+ Eight, 1st.
1994 CRASH-B Sprints, CBC, Coxswain Men, 9:22.2, 4th.
1993 Head of the Charles, CBC, Men's Club Eight, 8th.
1993 San Diego Crew Classic, CBC, Masters 50+ Eight, 2nd.
1992 Head of the Charles, CBC, Men's Club Eight, 15th.
1992 San Diego Crew Classic, CBC, Masters 50+ Eight, 1st.
1991 Head of the Charles, CBC, 30s Masters Single, 17th.
1991 Masters Nationals, CBC, Austin, Masters Lwt. A 1x (3rd), E4+ (3rd).
1991 Masters Worlds, CBC, Miami, coxed countless boats, rowed single.
1991 Royal Canadian Henley, CBC, 135 lb. Single, 7:45 (tailwind).
1991 U.S. Nationals, BRC, 3rd in LW8+, 1st in LW4+.
1991 San Diego Crew Classic, CBC, Masters 37+ Eight, 2nd.
1990 Head of the Charles, BRC, OM4+, 2nd.
1990 Masters Nationals, CBC/Austria, Miami, Mixed A 2x, 3rd.
1990 Challenge Kelley, Mandelieu, France, Harvard-Yale-Oxford-Cambridge, 1st.
1990 U.S. Nationals, BRC, 5th in OM4+, 3rd in LM8+, 1st in LM4+ .
1990 Australian Henley, Grand Challenge Cup (BRC OM8+). Beaten by Melbourne University. Races also at Geelong and Ballarat with crews from West Germany, Japan, Australia and Great Britain.
1989 Head of the Charles, US LM4-, Lightweight Fours, 1st.
1989 World Championships, Bled, Yugoslavia, US OM4+, 11th.
1989 U.S. Nationals, BRC, 3rd in LM8+, 1st in LM4+.
1989 Royal Canadian Henley, US OM4+, 2nd to US OM4-.
1989 Augusta Invitational, OM8+, 2nd to Soviets.
1988 Masters Nationals, Oak Ridge, CBC, 1st in E4+, D4+.
1988 Henley Royal Regatta, Thames Cup, Lost Boys of the Charles River, eliminated in 1st round.
1987 Masters Nationals, Lake Placid, CBC, 1st in E4+.
1987 World Veteranregatta, Lille Edet, Sweden, CBC, 1st in E4+.
1986 Royal Canadian Henley, Intermediate 8+, RBC, 2nd in semis.
1979-1984, 1975-1978, 1974-1975: Collegiate, high school, and junior high school coxing.
1975-present: I've competed in the Head of the Charles each year
1985-98: I've run 15 Marathons--12 Boston, 1 Marine
Corps (Washington, D.C.), 1 New York, and 1 in Protvino, Russia.
1987-present, Cambridge Boat Club (CBC), Men's Captain & Rowing Committee (until 1999 move to Williamport, PA)
1980s-present, volunteer, Head of the Charles.
1984-present, CRASH-B Sprints, Board of Directors.
1988-1992, Boston Rowing Center (BRC).
1986, Riverside Boat Club (RBC).
1980-1984, Harvard Varsity Heavyweights. 1984, undefeated 3V, Varsity letter;
1983, 2V, upset victory (3 mi.) over undefeated Yale 2V.
1979-1980 Harvard Freshman Heavyweights, undefeated 2F/3F.
1975-1978 Choate Crew (4+, 8+), Wallingford, CT, Captain (78).
1974-1975 Rumsey Hall Crew (4+), Washington, CT, Captain (75).
Seth Bauer, Charlie Butt, Buzz Congram, Igor Grinko, Gordon Hamilton,
Curtis Jordan, Gary Kilpatrick, Kris Korzeniowski, Stewart MacDonald,
Ted Nash, Okie, Liz O'Leary, Harry Parker, Mike Spracklen, Ben
Sylvester, Dave Vogel, Tom Ware, Ted Washburn, Ken Weinstein.