“I USED TO EAT LARGE CARB-HEAVY BREAKFASTS BEFORE MORNING PRACTICES, AND WOULD CONSISTENT FEEL ‘BONKS’ IF I WASN’T SUCKING DOWN GATORADE AND GU PACKS. NOW I CAN PERFORM FOR AN ENTIRE 2 HOUR+ MORNING WORKOUT WITH ONLY A 3FU3L SHAKE AS MY BREAKFAST, AND I FEEL FAR BETTER THAN I EVER USED TO. THIS STUFF IS THE REAL DEAL, AND I WILL NEVER TRAIN WITHOUT 3FU3L AGAIN.”
Sara grew up in Connecticut where she started her rowing career at Simsbury High in 2003. She was recruited to row at Princeton University where she led the Tigers to a podium finish in 2010. During her college rowing career Sara was named a DI First-Team All-American in 2009 and 2010 and was named DI First-Team All-Region from 2008-10. After graduating Princeton in 2010, Sara was invited to join the ranks of the USRowing Women’s National Team Training Center in Princeton, NJ. Her first summer on the team in 2010 she and her teammates won Gold at the U23 World Championships in the W4-. In 2011 Sara made the Senior National Team and won Gold again in the W4- at the Rowing World Championships in Bled, Slovenia. In the Olympic year, Sara earned a spot on the 2012 USRowing Olympic Team by winning the US Trials in the the W2-. She and her pair partner Sarah Zelenka went on to finish 4th in the A Final of the Olympic Games just fractions of a second away from a Bronze Medal. Still hungry for the podium at the Olympic Games, Sara is currently training in Newport Beach, CA for Rio 2016. Outside of rowing, Sara works for a sports marketing and PR firm called SMACK! Media as a Senior Account Manager. She is married to her college sweetheart, who was also a rower. Sara has three younger siblings and a yellow lab named Beau.