Anthony Feteira

  Photos courtesy of Chris X. Carroll

Photos courtesy of Chris X. Carroll

Class: Senior
Hometown: West Nyack, NY
High School: Clarkstown High School South


Results
As a junior (2017-18) 
Finished 23rd in the quadruple sculls at USRowing's Youth National Championships.. Earned a bid to the USRowing Youth National Championships at the USRowing Mid-Atlantic Youth Championships in the varsity quadruple sculls... Won gold in the junior varsity quadruple sculls at the Long Island Rowing Championships... Won gold in the junior varsity sculls at Cooper Cup... Finished sixth out of 58 entries in the junior openweight 2k event at the HRRA Indoor Sprints... Rowed nearly 100 miles during Rockland's winter training trip in Austin, Texas... Elected varsity team captain for winter and spring seasons... Took silver the varsity quadruple sculls at the Head of the Passaic... Captured bronze in the varsity quadruple sculls at Head of the Riverfront... Won gold in the junior varsity four at the King's Head Regatta

As a sophomore (2016-17)
Finished second in the junior four at Schuylkill Navy... Rowed 100 miles during Rockland's winter training trip in Austin, Texas

As a freshman (2015-16)
Finished sixth in the second varsity quadruple sculls at the Head of the Fish

Prior to Rockland
As an eighth grader (2014-15)
Won gold in the junior varsity trainer single sculls at the Head of the Schuylkill


Personal
Anthony's most memorable sporting achievement is entering the sport of rowing in the fifth grade as it transformed him to ultimately becoming a competitive rower...  The most influential people in his rowing career are his parents, who are always supportive and by his side, and all of his previous coaches, but especially Melissa Boyd, who taught him what it means to be an athlete... In his spare time Anthony works at his father's restaurant, enjoys running and helping his family at home... He plans to row in college and study business... Anthony aspires to represent the U.S. at the Olympic Games.