2017 LEARN TO ROW CLINIC — Starting on June 10.
CLINIC IS FULL –please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to a wait list
The first Learn to Row clinic session begins at 9:00am. Schedule follows with 6 Saturdays (9:00-10:30) and 6 Wednesdays (5:30-7:00). We offer 12 sessions but you must complete at least 8 and demonstrate proficiency to get cleared to row club boats. Coaches are Graeme King and David Gessner, assisted by RowBOC members. 2017 Learn to Row Clinic Application Available here . Print out and mail completed application to Margery McCrum, 86 Orchard St., Brattleboro VT 05301.
The clinics are for people who have never rowed or sculled as well as for those who would like a refresher course. Single and double sculling and 4+ sweep rowing (depending on interest level) will be taught in twelve 90-minute sessions. Basic skills, boat handling, and safety instruction are taught in a supportive and graduated approach by qualified instructors. You must attend at least eight sessions in order to successfully complete the training though we strongly recommend that you attend all. Assistants will be on hand to help with the coached clinics.
To successfully complete the LEARN TO ROW clinic, you must participate in 8 of the 12 sessions (12 hours of instruction). Extra time will also be needed to watch a safety video outside of class. Please note: You must be a capable swimmer to participate in any RowBOC activity. Pre-registration is necessary as clinic space is limited to 8 people.
Saturday mornings 9:00am – 10:30am
Wednesday evenings 5:30-7:00pm
LOCATION: Brattleboro Rowing Club : West River, Spring Tree Lane – Tan Quonset Hut, north from the Marina. Sessions may be subject to change or cancellation. You will be notified in advance if this occurs.
After successfully completing the clinic, you may join RowBOC in the same season at a reduced rate of $75.00.
Clinic sessions are limited to eight people and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis by pre- registration.
2017 Learn to Row Clinic application and waiver Print, complete and mail to the address on form.
Private lessons or other rowing programs in New England are a good option if you cannot make a clinic!
Brush-Up ORIENTATION: for all RowBOC members. DATES TBA
Calling all new and old RowBOC members! Join us right after the Wed night clinics to brush-up on boathouse protocol, water safety procedures, and boat handling skills. Important information sessions will prepare you for a great season on the water and connect you with other club members and potential rowing buddies.
We will cover:
Skill Enhancement Sessions
Feeling rusty after a long winter off the water? Looking to take your rowing and sculling up to the next level? These weekly coaching sessions, led by skilled RowBOC coaches, offer you the chance to hone your technique, boost your fitness, and enhance your speed. Have fun rowing with other club members as you improve as a rower and an athlete.
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS: Row With Graeme King -Wednesdays, open, no fee.
Captain’s Test: for clearance to row without a coach or senior club member present.
visit our FB page! Brattleboro Outing Club Rowing.
Watch the website for more information or e-mail us at email@example.com to let us know of your interest. We are currently seeking a trained coxswain to work with youth and adults two times a week.
Write to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about our programs.