LONDON — Some­times des­tiny finds a person when they least expect it. For U.S. Olympic rower Will Miller, 28, des­tiny caught up with him while studying engi­neering at North­eastern University.

After playing lacrosse in high school, Miller entered uni­ver­sity not really expecting to join the crew team, but was recruited and accepted the chal­lenge. As the son of a former rowing Olympian, joining the crew team was not far-​​fetched at all.

I had been around the sport,” said Miller, “my father was pretty involved.”

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