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Novice Program


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. Rowers who complete the Novice Program will be prepared to join either the Competitive Program or Club Program the following season.


Coach
Novice Lead Coach: Elisabeth Fondriest


What you will learn:

•Deeper knowledge of rowing basics
•Equipment care
•How to row in smaller boats (four-person shells)
•Coxswain basics
•Training for races



Where
All Learn to Row sessions are located at the Anacostia Community Boathouse:
1900 M St SE
Washington, DC 20003
Directions!

 

Photo by Rich Algara

Ready to Sign Up?


Step 1: Become a member.

In order to participate in a program, you need to become a member.  Membership costs $35 annually.

Step 2:
Come back here, registration to open soon.


Practice Schedule

June 12- October 29
Mon - Thurs, 6:15PM - 8PM.

  • The Novice Program focuses on building rower technique and fitness throughout the season. Novice team members are asked to attend as many practices as possible; two sessions a week is considered a minimum.
  • Novices are strongly encouraged to participate in at least one sprint race (summer) and one head race (a longer race that typically occurs in the fall).


Cost

$450, plus regatta fees and travel expenses.  Payable by personal check, credit or debit card.

  • May be paid in two installments due June 12 and July 5.
  • Student Discounts are available.

Questions?

Contact the Programs Director
   if you have questions about the Novice program, regattas and travel expenses.
 


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