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Diego Baugh: Stanford Senior Shares Thoughts on Program Cut & Advice for Coaches

Diego Baugh: Stanford Senior Shares Thoughts on Program Cut & Advice for Coaches

Update: 2020-11-13
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#038 - Diego Baugh is a Senior on the Stanford Men’s Rowing Team and alumn of Saugatuck Rowing Club.

In this episode, we talked about:

  • How Diego got into rowing [4:13 ]
  • What Diego brought up that has never been brought up before on the Rowing in Color podcast [9:50 ]
  • Times he witnessed racism in rowing [13:07 ]
  • How have coaches addressed instances of racism in general? [16:0 3] 
  • Thoughts on recruiting and inclusion [23:30 ]
  • His reaction to the Stanford program being cut [25:30 ]
  • Advice for a coach who wants to recruit an athlete of color [32:07 ]
  • A success story! [38:06 ]

… and much more.

To get in touch with Diego, please reach him on Instagram @diegobaugh or diego.r.baugh@gmail.com


We hope that the conversation in this podcast helps us all in the rowing world -- no matter your race -- to unify the rowing sport through diversity.

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We hope you and yours are well. Stay safe.

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Diego Baugh: Stanford Senior Shares Thoughts on Program Cut & Advice for Coaches

Diego Baugh: Stanford Senior Shares Thoughts on Program Cut & Advice for Coaches