An engaging interview by SportCafe Reporter Tom Hall. Adam Kreek on Sport, Adventure and what drives him to achieve. Full Interview: SportCafe Tom Hall Interview November 2012
Victoria’s Times Colonist details Adam’s upcoming Ocean Expedition, including a great FAQ section. Your questions, answered! ? Distance from Dakar, Senegal, to Miami: about 6,700 kilometres ? Amount of food on board: 250 kilograms ? Estimated crossing time: 60 to 100 days ? Length of rowboat: 29 feet ? Hours per day that boat will … Continued
Adam and his teammates from OAR Northwest depart this December to row unsupported from Dakar, Senegal to Miami Florida. The Canadian Wildlife Federation Africa to the Americas journey will span 6,700 Kilometers across the Atlantic Ocean and 60-100 days of consistent rowing. OAR Northwest is proud to have partnered with incredible Sponsors and Supporters to … Continued
Adam reflects on the 2012 Olympic Games in London, UK. What did we learn and where will we go from here? His full article can be read at the following link on Canada.com.
Adam reports from London 2012 after Simon Whitfield’s crash and retreat from the Olympic Men’s triathlon, in the wake of Paula Findlay’s last place finish in the Olympic Women’s Triathlon. A Tribute to the Fallen – Simon Whitfield crash, Paul Findlay’s last place finish at the Olympic Triathlon.
Adam joins CBC Sports to discuss Canada’s Silver medal performances in the women’s and men’s Eights.
Which Olympic athletes have the most successful careers in the corporate world? Rowers, says new research by Bain & Co. described today in the Wall Street Journal and Forbes Magazine. One explanation is that rowers must work intensely as a team, rather than pursuing personal fame, which sets them up well for corporate success.
Adam shares his reflections from London 2012 on his site at Canada.com. Today’s story: lesson’s learned from the Canadian Men’s Eight 2012 Silver Medalists: Adam Kreek, London 2012 Olympics: I cried when rowers crossed the finish line.
Author and renowned Food Critic James Chatto reviews Adam’s favourite tea, Jaga Silk’s Maccha Tea. In short, says Chatto, “this is an excellent tea, invigorating, exhilarating – a fine way to open the day”. Read James Chatto on Adam Kreek and “Tea fit for Olympians”. Information about Jaga Silk Teas can be found online at … Continued
Adam gives insights from inside the 2012 Olympic Games in London. With a healthy dose of humour, Adam shares his reflections on sport, leadership and the path to excellence. Follow Adam online at Canada.com.