Carlos R. Graterol
Coach Carlos learned to row in Sarasota on the High School club team Osprey Oars coached by Peter DeManio. He came back to Sarasota after having graduating at Florida State University with a degree in Economics and was an assistant coach at Sarasota Scullers, Sarasota Crew, and Sarasota County Rowing coaching rowers ranging from kids in middle school to handicapped elderly vets. Carlos also was also the Head Coach for Treasure Coast Rowing Club growing the team from 18 to 35+ kids before moving to Tampa, Florida. Upon moving to Tampa, Carlos volunteered as a Boatman with the Stewards Foundation high school rowing team. He is also a Realtor with Berkshire Hathaway and repairs rowing shells in Tampa Bay.
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