Brian Leitch (584-7775 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Chris Moore (613-584-4245)
If you think skimming aerodynamically over the water under your own muscle power would be a blast, then rowing is for you. It’s all balance, timing and teamwork. Slipping into a boat and pulling solo or with friends develops muscle power, endurance and great friendships. Rowing is a fun way to get to know yourself and others. – Ray Lambert (2006)
The program is built around two elements:
- Learn to Row – Starts early in June, Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 – 7:30 pm. Meet at the DRYTC BBQ pit.
- Regular Rowing – Weather permitting, June to October, at 6:30 pm, Monday to Thursday. Meet at the DRYTC BBQ pit. Fridays are optional, and weekend rowing can be arranged if interested.
There are 6 boats – one quad scull (4-person sculling shell), one straight four (4-person sweep shell), and four double sculls (2-person sculling shells).
Membership is required for all adult and student rowing activities (see Registration Form 1).