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The Wilson High School crew team rows five days a week for two hours for 10 months of the year. They compete at the Scholastic Rowing Association competition and last year finished 13th.
Kavitha Cardoza
The Wilson High School crew team rows five days a week for two hours for 10 months of the year. They compete at the Scholastic Rowing Association competition and last year finished 13th.

Wilson High School is home to the only public school rowing crew in the District. As the team celebrated its 25th year on the water, Kavitha Cardoza spoke with members, coaches, alumni and parents about this long, self-funded tradition on the Potomac.

[Music: "Take Me to the River" by The Talking Heads from Stop Making Sense]

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