Why should you or your club become a member of USRowing? USRowing offers several benefits for both individual and organizational members and provides you the chance to become part of something greater than yourself – to join a group that shares your same interests, goals and passions. Your membership supports all those who row, from novices of any age to Olympic gold medalists.
If you would like to renew your membership through a “mail-in,” use this form.
Basic Membership – $7.75 Basic Admin Fee
w/ Optional $25.25 (Ages 26 & under), $40.25 (Ages 27 & over) or $15.25 (Coaches) “Add-On”
Create a basic account and complete a waiver to become eligible to compete in USRowing registered regattas for a member organization. Athletes must complete this process prior to their first race (including indoor events). Basic members looking to compete in USRowing owned regattas can now purchase the Regatta Package add-on to meet eligibility requirements.
Championship Membership $65 (27 and older) $45 (26 and under) – Admin Fee included
Join a community of more than 25,000! Championship members are not just medal winners. Students of the sport, coaches and even parents take advantage of the many benefits offered by a Champ membership. Champ status gives an athlete the best chance at success from a membership standpoint, providing national competition eligibility, discounts, additional insurance coverage as well as exclusive education resources.
International Membership $75
Individuals who live and row outside the United States and want the benefits associated with Championship membership can join USRowing as International members. Please note: athletes rowing for a U.S. organization do not need an International Membership. Further, at USRowing-hosted events, international rowers need only basic memberships, as long as they belong to their country’s governing body of rowing.
Outreach Membership $10
USRowing offers high school athletes who demonstrate an economic need an opportunity to become Champ Members at a reduced fee. To be eligible, athletes must meet one of the following criteria –
- Enrolled in the federal food stamp program
- Entered in a national school free lunch program
- Meet federal poverty guidelines.