The Coronavirus Chronicle

The Coronavirus Chronicle #12: ROW, ROW, (DON’T) ROW YOUR BOAT

todayApril 2, 2020

As the biggest global health crisis in years threatens people around the world, turn to The Coronavirus Chronicle to find out how people in Berlin are coping.

Moritz Wolff, 20, is a professional rower for the Berliner Ruder-Club. Wolff dreams of one day qualifying to row for the German national team at the Olympics. But such aspirations have been put on hold for many German athletes due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Listen below to find out how Moritz is keeping up with his training and his beef with Berliners who don’t follow the rules:

 

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    The Coronavirus Chronicle #12: ROW, ROW, (DON’T) ROW YOUR BOAT Dina Elsayed

 

“My first reaction was that this was the best decision that they could make,” says Wolff, of the decision to postpone the Summer Olympics. “We all want fair competition.”

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Written by: Dina Elsayed


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