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McLean High School's website:   

The website for MHS's PTSA:

USRowing is a nonprofit membership organization recognized by the United States Olympic Committee for rowing in the United States. USRowing selects, trains and manages the teams that represent the U.S. in international competition: 

The website for the Virginia Scholastic Rowing Association (VASRA). Look here for regatta schedules, directions to regatta venues, rulebooks and links to the websites of other high school crew team members:

This bi-annual publication on the sport of rowing covers more than 100 countries and provides in-depth contact and program information on rowing in the U.S., including high school, club, and collegiate rowing programs:

Official site of the Stotesbury Cup Regatta:

Official site of the Scholastic Rowers Association of America (site for the "Nationals" regatta):

The Masters Rowing Association is a nonprofit organization that aims to fulfill three important needs: supporting and encouraging the amateur sport of rowing, providing important educational support and an organizational voice, and assisting in the success of all rowing clubs, charities, and organizations:

The site of the Potomac River Safety Committee. Contains a number of safety items that should be familiar to all users of the Potomac River. Please print a copy of Rules and Guidelines and familiarize yourself with its very important contents: 

The official site for C.R.A.S.H.-B. (world indoor rowing championships held in Boston): 

The site for the magazine of rowing; a good place to keep up on happenings in the world of rowing: 

The website for the Concept 2 Erg (the standard for most rowing programs) also contains training information: .  

A broader review of rowing machines can be found at the following link: .

A list of U.S. colleges with rowing programs:

Boatmaker Vespoli 's official site; also contains rowing news and other useful information:

A directory of water sports related sites: 

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