Summer Rowing Camps: An Hodge Podge of Suggestions!

Apologies for the unorganized listing of camps and attached document with more suggestions. The hope was to bring them all together but it hasn't happened yet and time is running out!

A project for next year!

Resilient Rowing – Several rowing levels with a new High Performance program, JR Competitive, Developmental, Learn to Row: https://www.resilientrowing.com/summer-rowing Northern Virginia Rowing Club -Learn to Row, Race Team http://www.row4nvrc.com/summer-rowing Alexandria Crew Boosters - developmental https://tcwcrew.sportngin.com/register/form/094416526 Naval Academy rowing camp for girls: http://www.navycamps.co/home-1.html Naval Academy rowing camp for boys: http://navycrewcamp.org/index.html UVA rowing camp: http://www.cavalierrowingcamp.com/ http://aig.alumni.virginia.edu/virginiarowing/wahoo-rowing-camp-for-boys-summer-2017/ Occoquan week long sculling camps and junior select http://rowobc.org/regattas-camps/ Thompson's boat club - several rowing levels: http://boatingindc.com/boathouses/thompson-boat-center/ Sandy run scullers - several rowing levels: http://www.sandyrunscullers.org/ PBC has done programs for juniors in the past: http://www.potomacboatclub.org/ tbcracing.org

Competitive summer rowing/training. Just afternoon practices for the first few weeks (4-6pm). We will have several morning practices as the season progresses (530-730am). If selected, there are two, week long, away competitions. USRowing Club National Championship in Bethel, Ohio from July 12-16. Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in St. Catherines Canada from August 7-13. Rowers are split up into U17 and U19 groups. This is highly recommended to all rowers who want to continue to build their speed through the summer. The programs that are most successful in our area have their athletes rowing competitively during the summer and fall for club programs.

http://boatingindc.com/boathouses/thompson-boat-center/

Junior Summer Developmental programs offered at TBC are 3 week sessions that start in June and run through August. If you were a frosh/novice this past year and are looking to gain more confidence in your rowing, then you should sign up for one of these classes. Non-competitive, but there will be some fitness.

Learn to Scull is a 5 day course that starts every Monday from now through the fall. Get a rowing certification and you can take singles out onto the Potomac when you want. Great for parents too!

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