Want to learn to row?
Or have some rowing experience and want to get back on the water?
Come meet Coaches and Members of DC Strokes at Spring Rush,
Tuesday, March 31, 2015, from 6:30-9 p.m.
Upstairs at Nellie's Sports Bar, 900 U St. NW, Washington, DC.
Learn to Row programs begin in April.
The 2015 Season Is Here!
It’s time to get back on the water!
Practices for the Club and Competitive teams begin on March 30th. Below, you’ll find more information and registration details for all of our programs. We had a great year in 2014 and we’re looking forward to an even faster 2015. See you all at the boathouse!
Learn To Row With DC Strokes!
New to rowing? Trust us, it’s an incredible sport and the Learn-To-Row Program with DC Strokes is a great introduction to rowing and a fun team environment. We offer the flexibility of four sessions that introduce you to many aspects of rowing. You’ll be out on the water before you know it! Click here for more information and to register: http://dcstrokes.org/LTR
The Competitive Program
The Competitive Program had a banner year in 2014! If you’ve got the competitive drive, this program is for you! Click here for more information and to register: http://dcstrokes.org/CompProgram
The Club Program
The Club Program is a great environment for rowers of all ages and abilities. We practice in the afternoons three days a week and have a lot of fun doing it. If you want to compete, have fun, and become a better rower, this program is for you! Click here for more information and to register: http://dcstrokes.org/ClubProgram
Finished the Learn to Row Program and ready for more? The Novice Program is for new rowers to advance their skills, build fitness, and have opportunities to race. The Novice Program is a great way to 'get into' this awesome sport. Rowers who complete the Novice Program will be prepared to join either the Competitive Program or Club Program the following season. Click here for more information: http://dcstrokes.org/novice
The Recreational Program
Recreational Program for rowers who want to get out on the water but not necessarily compete in regattas. We’ll meet on Sunday mornings (but we’ll need to be flexible with other events at the boathouse). It’s an ideal program for rowers who want to be a part of the team without as much of a commitment. The Recreational Program will participate in several all-team rows throughout the year. Click here for more information and to register: http://dcstrokes.org/RecreationalRow
Are you wanting to join one of our programs as a coxswain for the 2015 Race Season? Register here
and let your coach know on the first day of practice. Program fees are waived for dedicated coxswains.
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Capital Sports TV - Episode #5 -
21st Annual Stonewall Regatta
The Capital Sports TV crew traveled to the banks of the Anacostia River for the 21st Annual Stonewall Regatta. The Stonewall Regatta is the only Regatta in North America hosted by a LGBT rowing team and this year more than 400 athletes put their rowing skills to the test.