Adult Learn to Row - LEVEL I

For the beginner, 8 hours total on Mondays and Wednesdays starting Monday, June 12th and concluding on Wednesday, June 21st. Learn the basics of sweep rowing (two hands on a single oar) including how to get in and out of the rowing shell, how to balance in the shell and the components of the rowing stroke. Maximum sign up for the session is 10, if sufficient interest exists additional sessions may be offered.

Adult Learn to Row - LEVEL II

After completion of Level I, the novice rower is ready for Level II where the teachings in Level I will be reinforced and practiced and how to scull (two hands, two oars) will be introduced. This session runs 12 hours over 6 nights (Mondays & Wednesdays) starting Monday, June 26th and ending Wednesday, July 12th.

Adult Learn to Row - LEVEL III

For those that have completed Level II or rowed in the past and want to freshen their skills and get in a good on water workout, Level III is for you. The 2 hour sessions run for 7 weeks on Mondays and Wednesdays starting Monday, July 17th and ending on Wednesday, August 30th. More of an emphasis will be placed on sculling in Level III. You will learn to row a single seat rowing shell. Improved physical fitness will be the outcome of participating in Level III along with learning how to compete and race in regattas.

Adult - Experienced

If you have completed Level III in the past or you have achieved an equivalent status then our experienced rowing workouts is for you, starting on Monday, June 19th and running 11 weeks every Monday and Wednesday until Wednesday, August 30th you will participate in rowing work outs for 2 hours under the supervision of a coach instructor.

Adult - Race Night (**New This Year**)

For those athletes enrolled in either the Level III or Experienced Programs, we will be holding four race nights on Thursday, August 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st. Tp enter you must complete the separate registration, races will be for distances of approximately 500 metres and racing events will be in 1x’s, 2x’s, 4x’s and 4+’s. After a fun night of racing, all retire to the boathouse for a post-race snack of pizza provided by the Rowing Club..

Any questions on any of the above please email George Barkwell, Lead Coach – Adult Recreational & Masters Rowing Programs at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone at 905.788.2488.
All registrations are done on the Rowing Canada Aviron website at www.rowingcanada.org.
Introductory email will be sent to all registrants in advance of the program commencing and will provide further details

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