Craig Oldiges

Oklahoma City University ’19. Craig was invited to stay in OKC after finishing his education to train with the High Performance Program. While at OCU, he earned his B.A. in Criminology while rowing for the OCU men’s rowing team. While at OCU he and his teammates had many first-place finishes, including both the 2018 Dad Vail regatta winning the Men’s Pair event and again at the 2019 Dad Vail regatta winning the Men’s Heavy Four event. In his senior year, he was able to help his team take a Four to the 2019 Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships, and achieve the best finish the team has ever had at that regatta, placing 13th in the nation. Craig spent some time during the summers at the New York Athletic Club where he began to get back into sculling and wanting to train in the single once again. He is now a permanent athlete with the OKC High Performance Program, trying to get to the next stage of his rowing career.