Although Christopher Lozak has competed in sports since childhood, in recent years his focus has switched from running to rowing. While an elementary and junior high student at Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart and Montgomery Upper Middle School, he raced for five seasons in cross country. For the past two years, however, Christopher Lozak has immersed himself in the Mercer Junior Rowing Club (MJRC), a high school program of the Princeton National Rowing Association.Based at Mercer Lake near West Windsor, New Jersey, the Princeton National Rowing Association has hosted the Olympic Trials for the U.S. Rowing Team since the late 1980s. The association founded the Mercer Junior Rowing Club in 2002. Christopher Lozak joined the MJRC crew early in 2009.Apart from rowing, Christopher Lozak regularly participates in tennis camps and golfs at Cherry Valley Country Club. He also likes to snowboard, ski, and skateboard. One summer, Christopher Lozak attended the Dave Gallagher Baseball Academy, based in Millstone, New Jersey, which addresses mental preparedness in the game as well as hitting, fielding, base running, and pitching techniques.Music plays as big a role in Christopher Lozak’s life as athletics does. He has taken one-on-one lessons in piano and guitar and studied music at the Paul Green School of Rock between 2006 and 2010.Summer breaks gave Christopher Lozak other opportunities to enrich his life and education. In the summer of 2005, he participated in iD Tech Computer Camp on the campus of Princeton University. In both 2005 and 2006, he traveled to Charleston, South Carolina, to attend the Citadel Summer Camp. The Enforex International Spanish Educational Camp gave Christopher Lozak a chance to polish his language skills in Marbella, Spain, during the summer of 2007.An avid reader, Christopher Lozak says his favorite books include The Secret History of the World by Mark Booth, and The Hiram Key: Pharos, Freemasonry, and the Discovery of the Secret Scrolls of Jesus by Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas. In addition to playing music and traveling, Christopher Lozak enjoys billiards, chess, electronics, computers, and model rocketry.