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Name of Camp: Brown University Rowing Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Providence Rowing Camps
  • Dates: July 21-July 25, July 28-August 1
  • Location: Providence, Rhode Island
  • Cost: $975 Residential, $850 Commuter
  • Age: 13-18
  • Body of Water: Seekonk River, Narragansett Bay
Camp Description: The Brown University Rowing Camp provides a fun and exciting atmosphere where high school aged (13-18) athletes can learn from top-level coaches how to improve their technique, develop into competitive racers and learn the ins and outs of the college recruiting process. Athletes are led by the coaches of the Brown University rowing teams at Brown’s Marston Boathouse, where they will enjoy top level equipment, facilities, and instruction. They will also be provided with short seminars ranging in topics from improving performance on the erg, dealing with the recruiting process to balancing life as a student athlete.Aside from excellent coaching, athletes will also have the opportunity to make great friends with the other campers coming from as close as Providence and as far away as England. Campers will be supervised at all times and will have downtime activities to encourage them to learn from and about their fellow campers.

Register now at: http://brown.edu/ce/pre-college/sportscamps/camps.php?sport=rowing

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Graham Willoughby
Contact Email Address: graham_willoughby@brown.edu
Location Address: 9 Somerset Ave, Riverside, RI, 2915

Name of Coach: Graham Willoughby
Coach’s Email: graham_willoughby@brown.edu

Name of Camp: College Coaches' Clinic, hosted by Riverfront Recapture
  • Hosting Organization: Riverfront Recapture
  • Dates: 4-day: 6.23-6.26; 2-day: Aug 2 and 3
  • Location: Hartford, CT
  • Cost: 4-day: $450; 2-day $225
  • Age: Rising 8th graders and high school students
  • Body of Water: CT River
Camp Description: For the 12th consecutive summer, Riverfront brings experienced college rowing coaches to the Boathouse in Hartford's historic Riverside Park to teach beginning and experienced high-school aged students in a fun and supportive atmosphere. We offer a four-day clinic and a weekend, two-day clinic. Please visit our website for details.

Amenities Provided: Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms

Contact Name: Chris Hayes
Contact Email Address: chayes@riverfront.org

Location Address: Riverfront Recapture, 50 Columbus Boulevard, Hartford CT 06238, Hartford, CT, 06106

Name of Camp: Colonial Rowing Camp

  • Hosting Organization: The George Washington University
  • Dates: Session 1: July 13-17; Session 2: July 20-24
  • Location: Washington, DC
  • Cost: $950 for Overnight Campers, $750 for Day Campers
  • Age: 13-18
  • Body of Water: Potomac River

Camp Description: The Colonial Rowing Camp at The George Washington University is geared towards both boys and girls, experienced and first time rowers between the ages of 13-18. Each camper will be placed with other rowers of similar skill, ability, and work ethic during their week of rowing allowing for maximum learning opportunities. Each day is packed full with two on the water rowing sessions on the pristine Potomac River. Each day will also include a lecture covering the following topics: cross training, erg technique, strength and conditioning and the very important college admission process. Combine this with 3 meals a day from top local eateries, pool swimming and other outdoor activities and you have a day full of excitement. This camp is geared toward beginner, intermediate and advanced rowers and coxswains.

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Mark Davis & Eric Carcich
Contact Email Address: mrd@gwu.edu
Location Address: 600 22nd St NW, Washington, DC, 20052

Name of Coach: Mark Davis
Coach’s Email: mrd@gwu.edu

Name of Camp: College Prep Camp
  • Hosting Organization: Miller Rowing
  • Dates: June 7th to June 13th
  • Location: St. Charles, IL
  • Cost: $1,300
  • Age: 13-18
  • Body of Water: Fox River
Camp Description: COLLEGE PREP CAMP is designed to supplement and amplify a college bound rower’s current program – much like a tutor for rowing. The program consists of personalized training workouts, coaching meetings, ELITE TECHNICAL VIDEO ANALYSIS, and race preparation. During the first day of COLLEGE PREP CAMP there will be meetings to review your goals and rowing history. There will be two rowing/erging practices a day, along with analysis of international winning crews. You will learn the nuances of what makes boats go fast. Most importantly, every day you will receive frame-by-frame analysis of your rowing/erging stroke by Olympic gold medalist Xeno Müller.

Contact Name: D. Tyler MIller
Contact Email Address: dtyler@MillerRowing.com
Location Address: 1615 Riverside, St. Charles, IL, 60174

Name of Coach: Xeno Muller
Coach’s Email: xeno@xenocoach.com

Name of Camp: Detroit Women's Rowing Association (and men, too)

  • Hosting Organization: Detroit Women's Rowing Association
  • Dates: June 9 - Aug 17
  • Location: 383 Lenox St Detroit MI 48215, Lawrence Fisher Mansion
  • Cost: $500
  • Age: Youth, Open, Adult
  • Body of Water: Detroit River

Camp Description: Coach: Grand Valley State University Head Coach John Bancheri. Competitive Development Camp Sculling & Sweep. Practices 5-6 X per week. Fee: $500. Up to 5 regattas including Independence Day Regatta, Philadelphia and Royal Canadian Henley Regatta. *Special! Masters race prep week leading up to USRowing Masters Nationals in Grand Rapids Michigan. Novice programs, coaching internships, private & semi-private lessons also available. Best coaching. Top equipment. Register today.

Amenities Provided: Showers/Locker Rooms

Contact: Renee Adams Schulte 313 475-9647
Office: 765 Lakeland Grosse Pointe, MI 48230
Boathouse: 383 Lenox St, Detroit MI 48215
Website and store: http://www.dwra.org/
Email: dwra.org@gmail.com

Name of Coach: John Bancheri
Coach’s Email: bancherj@gvsu.edu

Name of Camp: Henley Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Steel City Rowing Club
  • Dates: July 21-August 10, 2014
  • Location: Steel City Rowing Club
  • Cost: $575 day/ $1600 overnight + race fees
  • Age: 14-18
  • Body of Water: Allegheny River

Camp Description: A two week camp that will focus on refining both sculling and sweep rowing technique while building strength and endurance. Participants may race at Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in ON, Canada (please note valid passport will be necessary for this race).

Schedule: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 7am-5:30pm 2 rows and 2 land workouts;
and Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 7am row & 11am row and post-row land training. Activities including college visits and theme parks included for those who board overnight.

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Dori Tompa
Contact Email Address: dori.tompa@steelcityrowing.org
Location Address: 101 Arch Street, Verona, PA, 15147

Name of Coach: Ladislau Tompa
Coach’s Email: laci.tompa@steelcityrowing.org

Name of Camp: Indiana University Rowing Camp

  • Hosting Organization: Indiana University
  • Dates: June 22-26
  • Location: Bloomington, IN
  • Cost: $760 Overnight/$635 Commuter
  • Age: 13-18
  • Body of Water: Lake Lemon

Camp Description: The 2014 Indiana Rowing Camp caters to both beginner and experienced rowers and coxswains age 13-18. IU Head Rowing Coach Steve Peterson and his staff offer a challenging, fun, and rewarding experience where beginners learn fundamental skills and experienced athletes focus on technique development and performance. Learn why rowing is the ultimate team sport!

Commitment to excellence on and off the water is the emphasis of the Indiana Rowing Camp. Rowers are divided into groups by experience and ability with low staff-to-camper ratios for concentrated teaching. There is a strong focus on individual skills as well as a dynamic program that advances team tactics. Water sessions include attention to technique, focusing on rhythm / ratio, blade work, and catch & release positions; land sessions include physical training in addition to lessons on race tactics, nutrition, and collegiate rowing / recruiting. Daily activities include video analysis and question and answer sessions!

The coxswain is a key element of the crew and will be given specialized training with a well-rounded approach for the tactical, technical and psychological aspects of the position. The coxswain's role will be enhanced as they participate in land training activities with the rowers. We can only accept a limited number of coxswains so don\'t delay, register today!

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms

Contact Name: Sheila Rinozzi
Contact Email Address: iurowing@indiana.edu
Location Address: 1001 E. 17th Street, Bloomington, IN, 47408

Name of Coach: Steve Peterson, Sheila Rinozzi, Kate Sweeney
Coach’s Email: srinozzi@indiana.edu

Name of Camp: Junior Competitive Camps

  • Hosting Organization: Steel City Rowing Club
  • Dates: June 16-July 19 2014
  • Location: Steel City Rowing Club
  • Cost: $575 day camp cost + race fees
  • Age: 14-18
  • Body of Water: Allegheny River


Camp Description: An five week camp focusing on refining both sculling and sweep rowing technique while building strength and endurance. Athletes may participate in Independence Day Regatta with additional fees
Weekly schedule: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 5:30am-11:00am (3 practices) and
Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 9:00am-11:30am (row & land training).

If interested in overnight, please contact dori.tompa@steelcityrowing.org

Contact Name: Dori Tompa
Contact Email Address: dori.tompa@steelcityrowing.org
Location Address: 101 Arch Street, Verona, PA, 15147

Name of Coach: Ladislau Tompa
Coach’s Email: laci.tompa@steelcityrowing.org

Name of Camp: Lake Brantley Summer Rowing Program

  • Hosting Organization: Lake Brantley Rowing Association
  • Dates: Middle School: June 9-June 20th & July 25. High School : June 23-27 & July7-11 Masters: MWF 8am-10am
  • Location: Orlando, FL
  • Cost: $200/session
  • Age: 6th grade-8th grade,9th grade -12 grade, and Masters: 18 & Up
  • Body of Water: Lake Fairview

Camp Description: Located on Lake Fairview in Orlando, the LBRA 2014 Summer Rowing Program has something for everyone. This program is open to all students in every school zone and adults from all areas. Whether you are new to rowing or a seasoned veteran, you can learn new skills or polish existing ones.
All programs offer:
• Experienced coaches
• A 2014 Summer Program T-Shirt
• Practice on the water daily
• An organized race at the end of the program

Contact Name: Kate Landis
Contact Email Address: summerrowing@lakebrantleyrowing.org
Location Address: P.O. Box 915653, Longwood, Florida, 32791

Name of Coach:  Jen Arnold & Preston Weinard
Coach’s Email: jarnold@knights.ucf.edu

Name of Camp: Maine Rowing Camp

  • Dates: July 20, 2014 - July 24, 2014
  • Location: Waterville, ME
  • Cost: Rowers: $780.00 / Coxswains: $750.00
  • Age: 13-18
  • Body of Water: Messalonskee Lake

Camp Description: The 2014 Maine Rowing Camp will be held at Colby College from Sunday July 20th – Thursday July 24th, 2014.The Maine Rowing Camp is in its 13th year of providing a comprehensive and enjoyable rowing experience for boys and girls ages 13 – 18 with the backdrop of summer time in Maine. With the benefit of the full resources of Colby College and the Colby College rowing program and with the help of coaches from top programs around the country for campers to learn from, hundreds of young men and women have come to the Maine Rowing Camp to hone their skills or to learn the sport for the first time. Campers are placed according to both age and experience level, and our athlete / coach ratio of 10:1, along with the daily specialized instruction geared just for coxswains, allows each camper the chance to significantly improve their understanding of rowing and to do so in a relaxed, enjoyable environment.

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Name of Coach: Stew Stokes
Coach’s Email: smstokes@colby.edu

Name of Camp: Mary Whipple Coxswain Leadership Camp

  • Hosting Organization: The 9th Seat
  • Dates: July 7th-11th, July 21-25th
  • Location: University of Washington's Boathouse: Conibear Shellhouse: Seattle, WA
  • Cost: $1,950
  • Age: 14-18
  • Body of Water: Lake Washington
Camp Description: Now in its second year, the Mary Whipple Coxswain Leadership Camp is ready to ramp up another exciting summer just for coxswains. My goal is the same which is to create the best, most knowledgeable, and enjoyable summer camp experience where coxswains are the main focus. This is the kind of summer camp that I would have wanted to attend when I was in high school. This is going to be your chance as a coxswain to learn about the sport of rowing on your terms.


What Coxswains can expect:
-Listen to and share race tapes with fellow coxswains
-Be athletic and competitive
-Learn to communicate better
-Learn to row
-Master the art of docking
-Steering: How to take turns and maneuverability
-Better situational awareness
-Be a better leader and teammate

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Mary Whipple
Contact Email Address: mary@9thseat.com

Name of Coach: Mary Whipple
Coach’s Email: mary@9thseat.com

Name of Camp: Michigan Men's Rowing Camps

  • Hosting Organization: University of Michigan Men's Rowing Team
  • Dates: June 16-21 Girls High Performance, June 22-25 Girls Fundamentals, June 25-28 Boys Fundamentals, July 14-19 Boys High Performance
  • Location: Leelanau, MI
  • Cost: $900/$1300
  • Age: 15-18
  • Body of Water: Lake Leelanau

Camp Description: The Michigan Men's Rowing Camps are entering their second year and this year are expanding to offer camps for Girls along with our Women's Coaching Staff. The camps are run on two different tracts and each camp is capped at 24 rowers and 6 coxswains to ensure a 8:1 camper to coach ratio. Also present at the camps are Michigan rowers and coxswains who will serve as camp counselors and resources to the high school rowers and coxswains.

The Fundamentals Camps are 4 day camps that are designed for experienced high school rowers looking to gain a better understanding of the fundamentals of the rowing stroke from some of the top collegiate coaches in the country. The camp will have a in depth focus on the stroke and will aim to tweak each athletes stroke to become more efficient and powerful. The Girls Fundamentals Camp will run from June 22-25 while the Boys Fundamentals Camp will run from June 25-28.

The High Performance Camps are a 6 day camp with racing at the center of the whole week. The camp will recreate a collegiate spring training trip with 2 a day water workouts and an additional land workout. As the week progresses coaches will start working through selection with the athletes to prepare for a day or racing on the final day of the camp. The Girls High Performance Camp (June 16-21) will head to Grand Rapids, MI at the end of the week for the Grand Regatta while the Boys High Performance Camp (July 14-19) will end the week at the Michigan Club Invitational. All athletes come with one goal in mind and that is competition and racing, the coaches goal is to give high school athletes a chance to experience real collegiate coaching and training.

All camps will be held in Leelanau, MI at Fountain Point Resort, the oldest family resort in the state of Michigan. The resort sits right on Lake Leelanau and allows the athletes to live and row out of the same location. All meals will be catered by a local restaurant and special dietary needs can be easily accommodated.

These camps are not meant to serve as a initial learn to row experience and it is suggested that all participants have at least a year or rowing experience. For the High Performance Camps there are suggested erg standards which are there to make sure that each camper is adequately prepared for a hard week of training and racing.

The camps will be staffed by members of the Michigan Men's and Women's Coaching staffs. All athletes will be supervised while at the camps by the coaching staff and current rowers and coxswains from the team.

More information about the camps can be found at michiganrowing.org/camps. Questions can be emailed to the camps director Russell Giacobbe at giacobbe@umich.edu

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name:
Russell Giacobbe
Location Address: giacobbe@umich.edu, Ann Arbor, MI, 48197

Name of Coach: Russell Giacobbe
Coach’s Email: giacobbe@umich.edu

Name of Camp: NBC Rowing

  • Hosting Organization: Narragansett Boat Club
  • Dates: Adults and Teens (15+): Session 1: April 1-May 9, Session 2: May 13-June 20, Session 3 June 24-August 1, Session 4: August 5-September 12, Session 5: September 15-October 24, Session 6: October 29-November 14.  Youth (13-19): Session 1: April 1-May 16, Session 2: June 24-July 19, Session 3: July 22-August 16, Session 4: September 3-October 24, Session 5: October 28-November 14
  • Location: Narragansett, Rhode Island
  • Cost: $110 for 12 classes in Barge; $215 for 12 classes in sculling and eights
  • Age:13-Adults
  • Body of Water: Seekonk River, Narragansett Bay

Camp Description: Description: Since 1971 teens and adults in the Providence metropolitan area have been taking classes in rowing and sculling at the Narragansett Boat Club.  Our current edition o rowers follows a rowing and sculling progression from barge to Zephyr and into the club's flotilla of singles and sweep boats.  Classes run within a 90-minute time frame, starting April 1, every six weeks until November 14.  We also have special summer youth programs for scullers and sweep rowers.  For more information, check out www.RowNBC.org.

Contact Name: Albin Moser, Director
Contact Email Address: albin@RowNBC.org
Location Address: NBC Rowing, Narragansett Boat Club, P.O. Box 60311, Providence, RI 02906 

Name of Camp: Princeton University High Performance Camps

  • Hosting Organization: Princeton University
  • Dates: Session 1: June 22-26; Session 2: June 28-July 2; Session 3: July 28-Aug 1; Session 4: August 4-8
  • Location: Princeton University; Princeton, NJ
  • Cost: $950 overnight; $875 Day
  • Age: 14-18 Years Old
  • Body of Water: Lake Carnegie

Camp Description: The Princeton High Performance Rowing Camps are designed for experienced male and female high school rowers who want to enhance their rowing ability. Four sessions offer you the unique chance to experience what it’s like to be a collegiate oarsman in the middle of a racing season.

Lori Dauphiny (Openweight Women), Spencer Washburn (Heavyweight Men), Marty Crotty (Lightweight Men), and Paul Rassam (Lightweight Women), lead a distinguished lineup of coaches that will provide specific technical and physiological instruction utilizing Princeton’s state-of-the-art facilities. Armed with the same knowledge, systematic approach, and maybe even a few of the tricks that have won our coaching staff dozens of Eastern Sprints, IRA, NCAA, and World Championship gold medals, you will become a better rower that is tougher to beat.

During the 17 years of the Princeton HP Rowing Camps we have fine-tuned the elements and structure of the camps into something that we think is the best summer rowing camp format in the business. A rower’s daily routine will include twice-a-day workouts on Lake Carnegie, introductions to effective ergometer workouts and testing methods, core strength training, technical sessions in the rowing tanks, and speakers from either the Princeton University Athletic Department umbrella or the 2012 United States Olympic Team. Speakers will cover a wide range of topics, including nutrition best practices, building better strategies for ergometer testing, the experience of rowing in the Olympics, and how to navigate the ever changing recruiting process. Coaches offer daily one-on-one sessions to discuss how personal training and technical improvements will enable each rower to achieve his or her goals. In addition, each rower will receive at least 60 minutes of direct video analysis and feedback during the week.

Typical Daily Schedule - Subject to Change
8:00am Breakfast
9:00am Lecture/Clinic
9:45am Practice
11:00am Video Review/Rowing Tanks/Ergometers
12:00pm Lunch
1:00pm Free Time or Rowing Tanks/Ergometers
One-On-One Meetings w/ Coaches
2:30pm Lecture/Clinic
3:30pm Practice
6:00pm Dinner
7:00pm Group Activity
8:30pm Free Time in Dorm
10:45pm Dorm Check/Lights Out

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Andrew Dudley
Contact Email Address: camps@princeton.edu
Location Address: Princeton University Sports Camps; Frist Campus Center, Room 304A, Princeton, New Jersey, 08544

Name of Coach:
Martin Crotty
Coach’s Email: mmcrotty@princeton.edu

Name of Camp: Radnor Girls Crew Club (RGCC Learn to Row)
  • Hosting Organization: Radnor Girls Crew
  • Dates: June16-20, June 23-27, August 11-16
  • Location: Hines Rowing Center/Whitemarsh Boat Club, Conshohocken, PA
  • Cost: $750 for 2 week sessions; $1,200 for all sessions
  • Age: 12-16
Camp Description: The RGCC Rowing Camp is a “learn to row” program that introduces the sport of rowing to girls ages 12-16. We welcome girls from any school - - camp is not limited to girls from Radnor Township. The goal is to provide an opportunity for students to learn to row in a non-competitive environment. These sessions teach the mechanics of how to row with one oar (sweep rowing) which can be applied to two-oared rowing (sculling.) The program is designed to give each rower time to develop and improve rowing skills in a relaxed environment. The camps will progress quickly from learning technique on the rowing machines to application on the water. No prior rowing experience is needed; however, campers must all be able to swim.


Schedule: One two week session (weekdays only) and one Monday through Saturday session. Discounts available for multiple weeks*.
June 16 -20, M-F, Times: 9 AM – 1 PM, Pick up/Drop Off: 8:30 AM/by 1:30 PM, Cost: $400*
June 23 - 27, M-F Times: 9 AM – 1 PM, Pick up/Drop Off: 8:30 AM/by 1:30 PM, Cost $400*
August 11 - 16, M-F Saturday, Times: 9 AM – 1 PM, Times: 9 AM – 11 PM Pick up/Drop Off:8:30 AM/by 1:30 PM, 8:30 AM/by 11:30 PM, Cost: $475**
*$750 for 2 week sessions
**$1200 for all sessions

Location:
Hines Rowing Center/Whitemarsh Boat Club in Conshohocken, PA
(directions located at http://www.girls.radnorcrew.org/resources/index.htm#tpm1_6 )

Registration Packets are located at the following link:
http://www.girls.radnorcrew.org/row_with_us/index.htm?tpm=1_2&pab=3_4
Register now at: http://brown.edu/ce/pre-college/sportscamps/camps.php?sport=rowing

Name of Camp: Rogue

  • Dates: March 24-March 29, 2014
  • Age: Masters sculling camp in Portugal

Amenities Provided: Four star hotel with full training center, high performance racing sculls, pool

Contact Name: Karen Simmons or Kathy L'Hommedieu
Contact Email Address: info@rowgue.com

Name of Camp: Row New York Summer Camp
  • Hosting Organization: Row New York
  • Dates: July 7-18, July 21-Aug 1, Aug 4-15, Aug 12-29 (M, T, W from 4-6pm)
  • Location: Upper Manhattan, NYC
  • Cost: $300 per 2-week session
  • Age: 18-Dec
  • Body of Water: Harlem River

Camp Description: Rising 7th to 12th graders: have fun, stay fit, and discover the sport of crew this summer at Row New York’s unique summer camp in upper Manhattan! We will row out of the Peter Jay Sharp Boathouse on the Harlem River on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays in July and August, from 4:00 - 6:00 pm.

Campers will learn the basics of sweep rowing from our experienced coaches. They will start on land-based rowing machines and quickly gain a working knowledge of the sport, including its vocabulary and equipment, before moving onto the water in stable barges and eight-person rowing shells. And they will gain strength and push themselves to master an exciting new sport in a beautiful setting. Participants can join for the two week sessions or participate in all four sessions.

Come row with us in New York City!

Contact Name: Jennie Trayes
Contact Email Address: jennie@rownewyork.org
Location Address: 10-27 46th Ave Suite 101, Long Island City, NY, 11101

Name of Coach: Jennie Trayes
Coach’s Email: jennie@rownewyork.org

Name of Camp: Sparks Rowing Camps

  • Hosting Organization: Varies based on program
  • Dates: Summer 2014
  • Location: CT, WA, OK, NY, New Zealand
  • Cost: Varies based on camp
  • Age: 14-18
  • Body of Water: Various

Camp Description: Sparks Consulting provides camps designed for specific skill levels and goal sets. Their Middletown and Seattle camps boast some of the best coach to camper ratios in the country and are best suited for younger athletes looking to connect with the sport. They also run advanced camps in Oklahoma City, New Zealand, and at Columbia University in the city of New York. Their OKC camp is specific to coxswains and utilizes "rented" rowers to teach coxswains for 5 days. Their New Zealand programs are 5 week advanced development programs which require a three part application. Finally, their program at Columbia is aimed at providing students with an individualized summer training program and education in rowing specific physiology over 7 days. Specific camp films and details available on-site.

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Contact Name: Varies based on program
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Name of Coach: Varies based on program

Name of Camp: William and Mary Rowing Camp

  • Hosting Organization: The College of William and Mary Rowing Club
  • Dates: Week 1: July 6-11 Week 2: July 13-18 Week 3: July 20-25
  • Location: The College of William and Mary
  • Cost: $650
  • Age: 13-18
  • Body of Water: The Chickahominy River

Camp Description: The College of William and Mary Summer Rowing Camp prides itself on offering a superior, lengthier, and more affordable summer rowing camp experience than just about any other program nationwide. Our camp is divided into three different weeks. Weeks one and two are for intermediate coxswains and sweep rowers with at least 1 semester of competitive experience. Week three is solely for advanced coxswains and sweep rowers (a note from the athlete's coach will be needed). Each session will be coed, and campers will participate in meals and the evenings' activities together, but will practice and room separately. Camp will begin Sunday evening with check-in and introductions, and will culminate the following Friday afternoon with an intra-camp race. For the duration of the William and Mary Rowing Camp rowers will room in William and Mary dorms (2 per room), eat three meals a day in the college's dining halls, and practice twice a day at the college's indoor and outdoor rowing facilities, which include the Student Recreation Center the new Tack Family Boathouse.

Amenities Provided: Housing/Dorms, Food/Meals, Showers/Locker Rooms, Transportation

Location Address: Williamsburg, Virginia,

Name of Coach: Jason Mitchell
Coach’s Email: wmrowingcamp@gmail.com

Name of Camp: Winter Park Crew Summer Learn to Row
  • Hosting Organization: Winter Park Crew
  • Dates: 07/21/2014-08/07/2014
  • Location: Casselberry, Florida
  • Cost: $370
  • Age: 13-18
  • Body of Water: Lake Howell

Camp Description: Camp is held Monday- Thursday , 8-noon, for students in grades 7-12 to teach the great sport of rowing. No experience is needed.
For experienced rowers, workouts will include technique and water training with nationally recognized Winter Crew coaches and our elite alumni. For all other athletes this is a excellent way to cross train over the summer to increase cardiovascular health and endurance.

Contact Name: Stephen Hightower
Contact Email Address: Winterparkcrewpresident@gmail.com
Location Address: P.O. Box 1033 Winter Park, fl 32790, Winter Park, Florida, 32790

Name of Coach: Michael Vertullo
Coach’s Email: Michael.vertullo@ocps.net