Community wellness through rowing

2017 Summer Season

Schedule

May 1 to August  31

Practice

Monday, Tuesday 5:45 - 8:00 pm
Saturday 7:00 - 9:00 am
Thursday 5:45 - 8:00 pm (optional, no coach)

Regattas

June 17 Midwest Masters Sprints (Toledo)
July 22 Michigan Club Invitational (Ann Arbor)
August 4-7 Royal Canadian Henley Regatta (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada)
August 20 Capital City Sprints (Lansing)

Cost

Registration: TBD; Registration will begin in late April

Program cost includes coaching, boathouse usage, equipment usage and maintenance, launch gas, and regatta equipment transportation. Program cost does not include regatta entry fees, individual rower travel, clothing or uniforms.

Registration

Monthly payment plan options are available

2017 Fall Season

Schedule

September 1 to November 6

Practice

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Saturday 7:45 - 9:30 am

Regattas

September: Currently looking at possible regattas
October 8 & 9 - Head of the Rock (Rockford, IL)
November 3 - 5 Head of the Hooch (Chattanooga)

Cost

Registration: TBD; Registration will begin in late July

Monthly payment options are available. 

Program cost includes coaching, regatta entry fees, boathouse usage, equipment usage and maintenance, launch gas, and regatta equipment transportation. Program cost does not include individual rower travel, clothing or uniforms.

Registration

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Events

Masters Coach

Adult Competitive Rowing

Master

A Master is a competitor who has attained or will attain the age of 21 during the current calendar year.
- USRowing Rules of Rowing

Handicaps are available at ages 27+. (21-26 are 0.0 handicap).
USRowing's handicap chart

Goal

The masters rowing program pushes adult athletes to a higher level of performance by focusing on cardio endurance, precise technique, and race preparation. Rowers compete in various regattas throughout the state and often regionally as well.

Masters team members are expected to be at all practices, be on time, and give 100% effort both at practice and at regattas.

No tryouts are held. Team members will regularly have their times tested on the ergs. Seat races will be done for all regattas. (Do not be scared of seat racing - it is to track personal progress as well as determine seat position.) Good luck everyone and let's keep winning those races!

Getting on a Crew

You must be a member to join masters. You should have completed Learn to Row and either 200 Intermediate Sweep rowing or have participated in Adult Recreation, or similar experience.

Women's Masters Eight

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