The Annapolis Rowing Club is both a recreational and competitive rowing club that has served the Annapolis and surrounding area for over 30 years. The Club comprises more than 100 members, both male and female rowers, whose experience ranges from beginner to advanced. ARC offers Learn to Row classes that lead to participation in our Novice program. More experienced rowers in our Masters programs participate in competitive rowing from local and regional races to National and World competition. The Club’s cancer rehabilitation sweep rowing program helps survivors achieve their highest potential in physical function, pain relief and quality of life. The Club is a nonprofit, community-based membership organization dedicated to promoting and advancing the sport of rowing through the widest possible range of opportunities for training and participation.”
Congratulations to all of our competitors that kicked off the sprint season right! We sent rowers to the Stonewall Regatta, Charm City Sprints, Capital Sprints in DC and Baltimore and then Diamond State Masters Regatta in Delaware. Annapolis is bringing home the hardware this year, and even got the Efficiency Trophy for the most team points scored with the fewest events at Capital Sprints. Our competitive women's crew went to the USRowing Masters Nationals Championships in Grand Rapids, MI and they brought home a little bling. Congratulations ladies!
Doesn't this look fun?
Come join us for the 22nd Annual Wye Island Regatta on Saturday, September 13th, 2014! This event is not just for rowers... paddlers of all kinds show up for the challenge. Read more about it...
Challenge your friends!
The Wye Island Regatta is a one of a kind 13.1 mile course on Maryland's Eastern Shore. All person powered boats are welcome! Please visit the regatta web page to find out more about this unique and challenging event!