CREW TEAMS

AM Men Competitive

Who: Primarily men, but also women who prefer a morning workout

When: Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings as well as occasional Saturday mornings.  General times are meeting at 5:15am, launching before 5:30am and off the water by 6:45am.

 

The objective of this program is to provide training for the preparation of racing and to challenge oneself to a higher level of proficiency to prepare for local and regional competition. The group welcomes those who have achieved an intermediate level of rowing desiring to train at a higher level of intensity, requiring race-level fitness.

PM Club Sweep

Who: Co-ed.

When: Monday and Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings.

 

The objective of this program is to offer an opportunity for continued development of sweep rowing skills, improve physical fitness and provide an opportunity to race for those who wish to participate and compete in local and regional regattas if desired. 

 

PM Club Sweep welcomes all members who have achieved a novice or intermediate level of rowing (i.e., completed a Learn to Row and Novice program or equivalent), desiring to improve rowing ability and attain their rowing potential.

Evening Competitive

Who: Co-ed

When: Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings.

 

The objective of this program is for rowers committed to health and fitness as well as those desiring to train at a higher level of intensity to compete in local and regional regattas. 

 

This group welcomes rowers who have achieved an intermediate level of rowing (i.e., completed a Learn to Row and Novice program or equivalent). One year of additional rowing experience is preferred. The group is competitive and members are encouraged to participate in regattas. However, the group also accepts rowers who want to reach top physical fitness but may not want to commit to attending regattas.

AM Club Sweep

Who: Co-ed

When: Sunday mornings

 

The objective of this program is to offer an opportunity for continued development of sweep rowing skills, improve physical fitness and provide an opportunity to race for those who wish to participate and compete in local and regional regattas if desired. 

 

AM Club Sweep welcomes all members who have achieved a novice or intermediate level of rowing (i.e., completed a Learn to Row and Novice program or equivalent), desiring to improve rowing ability and attain their rowing potential.

Morning Women Competitive Rowing

Who: Women

When: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday mornings. Additional land-based training and practices may be prescribed.

 

The objective of this program is to provide training for the preparation of racing to compete in local, regional and national competition. 

 

This group welcomes those who have achieved an advanced level of rowing proficiency desiring to train at higher level of intensity requiring race-level fitness.

Sculling

Who: Club-certified scullers

When: Scheduled as desired by members.

 

This group coordinates the pairing of scullers who want to train on the water with others nearby.  The Sculling group also serves to find sculling partners for doubles or quad sculling boats.

 

The sculling group welcomes all members who have achieved an intermediate level of sculling (i.e., completed a Learn to Scull, sculling camp or equivalent experience), and are certified by ARC to use sculling equipment.

Contact Membership ARCMembers21401@gmail.com