The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown
Teaching ideas, discussion guides, and articles:
Q&A with Daniel James Brown
Teaching and discussion guide from Penguin Random House
Rowing, explained from The Boston Globe
Book group discussion guide for young reader's edition, and ideas for further exploration, and a party, also from the book's publisher
Husky Rowing: a history, including audio history, videos, and timelines, and a comparison list of rowing now, with rowing at University of Washington during the Boys' time.
From American Experience: timeline of events in the book; who were the Boys of '36?; learn about women's rowing at U Wash, spearheaded by George Pocock's sister, Lucy; and a lot more on the PBS site.
Original radio broadcast of the Olympic race in Berlin
Six Minutes in Berlin: focuses on the 1936 Olympic rowing race, but intertwines the role of broadcast radio in the Olympics in general, and how the games shaped Olympic broadcasts for the future.
Gordy Adam recounts the Olympic games, his crew career, and life, in a 1988 interview.
From WBUR Boston: Adapting the Boys in the Boat for young readers (text and audio)
Olympic controversey: The virtual exhibit of The 1936 Olympics presents many relevant videos and commentary
Daniel James Brown presentation at Politics and Prose bookstore (video)
Discussion guide (for grown up edition)