Rowing Camps

Summer Youth Rowing School 2019

Brock Rowing will once again be hosting rowers age 13-19 at the five day Youth Sculling School. Participants will get a chance to improve their sculling or rowing skills in a wide variety of boats before the fall high school season begins.

A week long sculling or rowing camp of 2 rows per morning targeted towards youth but open to adults as well. For beginners to experienced. Held on the historic Henley Rowing course, home to two world championships, and led by expert instructors. Every day includes a snack during break, with a technical chat or video review. Sweep rowing is offered but the athlete needs to register with a partner. If there are dangerous weather conditions we will have rowing related land training.

Dates: July 1-5/ July 8-12/ July 15-19/ July 22-26/ July 29- Aug2 / Aug 12-16

Time: 8:30-12:30 (Coaches will be present 30 minutes before and after for pick-up and drop-off.

Location: Brock Badgers Boat Bays (12 and 13), Henley Island

Price: $240

Register through the Brock Sports website here

Or register on Regattacentral  Register Here

2019 Brock Sculling & Sweep Masters Camps

Thank you to everyone that registered. The camp for 2019 is now full. We do hope to post our weekend clinics for 2019 soon.

 

Brock Sculling Camps, in conjunction with CRC Sculling Camps, will once again  be offering Masters sculling camps  at Richard B Russell State Park  in Elberton, Georgia, USA.  The camp is open to all Masters athletes (18+) and skill levels from beginner to expert. Each participant is assigned their own high quality single scull (or bring your own!) for the week.

Brock Sweep Camp, If you prefer sweep rowing we can offer sweep rowing in pairs but you must register with your pair partner. The sweep camps are available only in the 7 day camp February 24 to March 2; or the 5 day camp February 26 to March 2

All sessions will be in small groups set according to skill level and will feature professional high performance coaches along with a number of guest coaches and support staff.

 

New for 2019 are shorter duration camps of 4 and 5 days.  All of the  technical analysis done for the 7 day camps will be available for the shorter camps

For the second year in a row,  Mike Purcer of Purcerverance will provide expert speed  and rigging analysis using Dartfish video software.  Participants will also have access to NK Empower oarlock analysis.

 

You will be exposed to a variety of coaches during the week and have an opportunity to view videos of your sculling during the daily brunch and technical chat.  Accommodation, coaching, daily brunch and a camp souvenir is included in the 7 day camp price. Accommodation, coaching, daily brunch is included in the 4 and 5 day camp prices.

CAMP DATES AND PRICES 2019**

4 Day Camp: February 20 to 23, 2019  Cost:  $890CDN; $685US*

5 day Camp:  February 19 to 23, 2019  Cost:  $1120CDN;  $860US*

5 Day Camp:  February 26 to March 2, 2019  Cost: $1120CDN;  $860US*

*  Please note there is LIMITED AVAILABILITY for the 4 and 5 day camps.

7 Day Camp:  February 24 to March 2, 2019  Cost:  $1495CDN; $1150US

** There is a 5% discount for all participants who register prior to January 31, 2019

For the four and five day camps, , plan to arrive later in the afternoon one day earlier than your camp begins.  (Feb 19 for the 4 day camp and Feb 18 or Feb 25 for the 5 day camps). The first session for each camp will begin at 8:00am the following morning.  The last session will be at 8:00 on  the Saturday morning at the end of your camp for departure later that morning.

For the 7 day camp, plan to arrive  on Saturday afternoon,  February 23 with the first session to begin on  Sunday February 24th at 8:00am, the last session is at 8:00am on Saturday morning March 2.

Register on line Here on Regattacentral

While registering we do ask for height and weight to help us prepare the correct size single for your camp. Any questions regarding equipment or camp details, please contact Peter Somerwil at psomerwil@brocku.ca; or Peter Cookson at cooksonpd@gmail.com.

LOCATION:

Richard B Russell State park in Elberton GA. is an ideal location to getaway from it all. Used as a training site for the 1996 Atlanta Games, it is a peaceful state park surrounded by an undeveloped lake with many sheltered bays. There is a buoyed course to use when needed along with a  covered boat shelter to store our equipment and stable rowing docks. More information on the park can be found at www.gastateparks.org/info/richbruss/  The nearby town of Elberton has the necessary amenities for shopping, dining and other services.

ACCOMMODATION:

Camp participants will stay in modern well equipped waterfront cabins with sleeping for 4 people in 2 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms. Cabins have a fully equipped kitchen with a large spacious great room for dining and relaxing by the fireplace. Each cabin has a porch overlooking the lake and is surrounded by woods, and has a picnic table and charcoal grill. There is a central service building for laundry.

The park also provides other sporting amenities such as running/walking trails, an 18 hole championship golf course, disc golf, beach, and quiet roads for rollerblading or cycling.

WHAT TO EXPECT:

The week will begin with your arrival after 4:00pm the day before your camp begins when you can check into your accommodation. The camp will begin the following morning at 8:00am  at the boat shelter with introductions and familiarization with your equipment including a row. Then we will follow a daily routine of 2 to 3 rows along with technical review.

The daily routine starts off with a short brief on the day’s technical focus followed by a proper on land dynamic warm-up. Participants then get on the water for the first row of the day, lasting about 90′. This is followed by brunch with either video review and or technical discussion/presentation at the coaches cabin. We return to the water for a second late morning row to follow up on what we learned over brunch.  After the second row, we take a longer break and you are on your own to have lunch, go to town for supplies, take a nap or hit the driving range what ever you prefer. Most days, there is a  3rd session, which  is a less structured row for everyone to practice what you worked in the 2 morning sessions. You can make this session  as long or short as your fitness allows. All sessions are supervised by coaches.

Typical Daily Schedule:

8:00am: Meet at Boathouse for Quick Brief on Day followed by dynamic warm up

8:20am: Hands on Boat for on-water session 1

10:00am:  First on-water session completed

10:15 to 11:15:  Brunch at coaches cabin with technical review

11:30am – 12:45pm:  Hands on boat for on-water session 2

1:00 – 4:15pm:  Rest time

4:30 – 6:00pm:  Optional on-water session 3

The end of the week is wrapped up with a potluck at one of the cabins with a fun ‘review’ of the week. For the seven day camp,  you receive a souvenir to remember your camp by.

COACHING:

You will be coached by a variety of coaches and the average of the camp is 5 or less athletes per coach.

  • The camp is led by Peter Somerwil, head Coach for Brock University, a former World Champion rower and has received many coaching awards provincially and nationally.
  • Peter Cookson: is a former High Performance Director with Rowing Canada Aviron. He has been a coach at the high school, university, club, and international level. Most recently, Peter undertook a rigging survey for World Rowing of all Olympic class boats at the 2017 World Rowing Championships. He is a member of FISA’s Competitive Rowing Commission. Peter will do on water coaching at the camp, as well as provide video feedback and present on various aspects of domestic and international rowing.
  • Mike Purcer: is a Technical Advisor and Coach with the Brock Rowing program. His research in effective rigging and rowing technique through the use of Dartfish video analysis software has allowed scullers and crews to make substantial improvements. Mike will be videoing all participants and working with athletes and coaches to optimize rigging effectiveness. Boat speed curves will also be developed to identify opportunities for technique improvement. Mike will also be presenting learning sessions throughout the week. Fb: ROWING Purcerverance
  • Lynda Dundas: is a coach at the Don Rowing Club and an active masters competitor, Lynda is also a retired physio with many years of Orthopaedic experience who could assist with any exercise/statbility questions or concerns that you might have.
  • More coaches will be announced closer to the date of the camp.

Weekend Sculling or Rowing Clinics  Summer 2018

The Brock Rowing School offers a complete rowing experience for all ages and skill levels. Whether you are a novice sculler or sweeper OR an experienced oarsperson seeking to hone your skills, the Brock Rowing School can provide you with the environment, equipment and expertise needed to help you find your stroke. If you have your own single, you may bring it and we will make sure you are rigged correctly.

The clinic begins on Saturday with introductions and familiarization with your assigned boat. This is followed by a light brunch (provided) and video review; then back out on the water for a second session. We take a longer break for lunch so you can either bring your own picnic or head to a restaurant in Port Dalhousie. We finish with an afternoon row. On Sunday we have two rows in the morning separated by brunch and video session.

Dates: May 19-20 / May 26-27 / June 9-10
Time: Full Day (8:30am – 4pm)
Location: Brock Badgers Boat Bay, Henley Island.
Price: $295 /wknd

Register Here

Summer Youth Rowing School 2018

Brock Rowing will once again be hosting rowers age 13-19 at the five day Youth Sculling School. Participants will get a chance to improve their sculling or rowing skills in a wide variety of boats before the fall high school season begins.

A week long sculling or rowing camp of 2 rows per morning targeted towards youth but open to adults as well. For beginners to experienced. Held on the historic Henley Rowing course, home to two world championships, and led by expert instructors. Every day includes a snack during break, with a technical chat or video review. Sweep rowing is offered but the athlete needs to register with a partner. If there are dangerous weather conditions we will have rowing related land training.

Dates: July 2-6/ July 9-13/ July 16-20/ July 23-27/ July 30- Aug3 / Aug 13-17

Time: 8:30-12:30 (Coaches will be present 30 minutes before and after for pick-up and drop-off.

Location: Brock Badgers Boat Bays (12 and 13), Henley Island

Price: $235

Register Here

March Break Camp 2018

March 12-16

Brock University presents an opportunity for Secondary School rowers to get an early start to the season. Any secondary school student with at least one season of on-water rowing experience (spring, summer or fall) is invited to sign-up for this high performance opportunity. The camp is scheduled from Monday March 12th to Friday March 16th 2018 8:30am to 4:00pm. Coaches are there from 7:30 to 4:30 to facilitate drop off and pick up.

To Register click here

COACHING:

The camp is led by Swede Burak Ltwt. Women’s coach for Brock and Kathy Boyes Women’s Coach for Brock. Both are former Olympian with decades of coaching experience at the high school, club and university level.There will be a number of other coaches presenting topics and assisting on the water.

Mike Purcer; is a Technical Advisor and Coach with the Brock Rowing program. His research in effective rigging and rowing technique through the use of Dartfish video analysis software has allowed scullers and crews to make substantial improvements. Mike will be videoing all participants and working with athletes and coaches to optimize rigging effectiveness. Boat speed curves will also be developed to identify opportunities for technique improvement. Mike will also be presenting learning sessions throughout the week. Fb: ROWING Purcerverance

The camp is planned to take place on-water at Martindale Pond from the Brock University Boathouse Henley Island unless the water is still iced over. If the water is iced over the camp will be land based at Brock University in the Leo LeBlanc rowing Centre and class rooms on campus.

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Steffanie and Katherine two recent graduates Ontario and Canadian University Champions

On-water camp: This camp will comprise of 2-3 rows per day, daily video review, technical presentations, and on-site therapy. Mostly in small boats like singles and doubles.

On-land camp: Don’t be discouraged by frozen water. The on-land camp is designed as a high performance assessment and tune-up opportunity. The camp will consist of a physical and technical assessment, strength conditioning modules, intense core training and video review of technique both in the tank on the erg and dynamic erg.

On-water or on-land each camp will have a coach to athlete ratio of 1:6. As well as in-between row snacks each camper will receive a training t-shirt. With expertise from Brock’s Varsity Coaching staff, as well as interaction with Brock’s varsity athletes this camp will get you ready for a great year of rowing! This week long camp is only $295.00

Suggested Accommodation:

The Comfort Inn is conveniently located close to the course with a special rate for participants. When calling to reserve quote the code “Brock Rowing” to get the preferred rate

Comfort Inn St. Catharines
2 Dunlop Dr.
St. Catharines, ON
L2R1A2
P: 905-687-8890
E: comfortinnstcatharines@gmail.com

Please click here for hotel tour
http://www.gotyoulooking.com/1comfinnstcat/mht.html

To Register click here

Georgia Sculling Camps 2018

Once again we will be offering our sculling camps in Elberton Georgia at Richard B Russell state park. The camp is open to all ages and skill levels from beginner to expert. Each participant is assigned their own Fluidesign single for the week and will be in small groups according to skill level.

NEW this year will be Mike Purcer using Dartfish video software to analyze your boats speed curves and rigging analysis.

You will be exposed to a variety of coaches during the week and have an opportunity to view videos of your rowing during the daily brunch and technical chat. The accommodation, coaching, brunches and a souvenir is included in the camp price of $1,300 Canadian or $1,050US.

For the first week, plan to arrive Saturday afternoon February 17th with the first session on Sunday February 18th at 8:00am, the last session is Saturday morning February 24th.

For the Second week, plan to arrive Saturday afternoon February 24th with the first session on Sunday February 25th at 8:00am, the last session is Saturday morning March 3rd.

Register on line Here on Regattacentral

While registering we do ask for height and weight to help us prepare the correct size single for your camp. Questions contact Peter at psomerwil@brocku.ca

LOCATION:

Richard B Russell State park in Elberton GA. is an ideal location to getaway from it all. a peaceful state park surrounded by an undeveloped lake with many sheltered bays. There is a buoyed course to use when needed a covered boat shelter and rowing docks. More information on the park can be found at www.gastateparks.org/info/richbruss/  The near by town of Elberton is small but has the necessary amenities for shopping, dining and other services.

ACCOMMODATIONS:

Camp participants will stay in modern well equipped waterfront cabins with sleeping for 4 people in 2 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms. Cabins have a fully equipped kitchen with a large spacious great room for dining and relaxing by the fireplace. Each cabin has a porch overlooking the lake and is surrounded by woods, and has a picnic table and charcoal grill. There is a central service building for laundry.

The park also provides other sporting amenities such as running/walking trails, an 18 hole championship golf course, disc golf, beach, and quiet roads for rollerblading or cycling.

WHAT TO EXPECT:

The week will begin with your arrival after 4:00pm on Saturday February 24th when you can check into your accommodations. The camp will begin on Sunday at 8:00am with at the boat shelter with introductions and familiarization with your equipment including a row. Then we will follow the daily routine.

The daily routine is to be led through a proper on land dynamic warm-up, with an 8:00am morning row. This is followed by brunch with either video review and or technical discussion or presentation at the coaches cabin. We return to the water for a second late morning row to follow up on what we learned over brunch. We take a longer break and you are on your own to have lunch, go to town for supplies, take a nap or hit the driving range what ever you prefer. In the late afternoon there is a less structured row for everyone to practice with coaching supervision. You can make it as long or short as your fitness allows.

The end of the week is wrapped up with a potluck at one of the cabins with a fun ‘review’ of the week, and you receive a souvenir to remember your camp by.

COACHING:

You will be coached by a variety of coaches and the average of the camp is 5 or less athletes per coach.

  • The camp is led by Peter Somerwil, head Coach for Brock University, a former World Champion rower and has received many coaching awards provincially and nationally.
  • Peter Cookson; Peter Cookson is a former High Performance Director with Rowing Canada Aviron. He has been a coach at the high school, university, club, and international level. Most recently, Peter undertook a rigging survey for World Rowing of all Olympic class boats at the 2017 World Rowing Championships. He is a member of FISA’s Competitive Rowing Commission. Peter will do on water coaching at the camp, as well as provide video feedback and present on various aspects of domestic and international rowing.
  • Mike Purcer; is a Technical Advisor and Coach with the Brock Rowing program. His research in effective rigging and rowing technique through the use of Dartfish video analysis software has allowed scullers and crews to make substantial improvements. Mike will be videoing all participants and working with athletes and coaches to optimize rigging effectiveness. Boat speed curves will also be developed to identify opportunities for technique improvement. Mike will also be presenting learning sessions throughout the week. Fb: ROWING Purcerverance
  • Lynda Dundas a coach at the Don Rowing Club and an active masters competitor, Lynda is also a retired physio with many years of Orthopaedic experience who could assist with any exercise/statbility questions or concerns that you might have.
  • Don McSween a coach with Ridley Graduate Rowing Club with many years of experience, having coached athletes from novice to the international level. Don has raced for many years as a masters rower and a great resource for rigging questions and learning more about competitive masters racing.
  • More coaches will be announced closer to the date of the camp.

 

March Break Camp 2018

March 12-16

Brock University presents an opportunity for Secondary School rowers to get an early start to the season. Any secondary school student with at least one season of on-water rowing experience (spring, summer or fall) is invited to sign-up for this high performance opportunity. The camp is scheduled from Monday March 12th to Friday March 16th 2018 8:30am to 4:00pm. Coaches are there from 7:30 to 4:30 to facilitate drop off and pick up.

COACHING:

The camp is led by Swede Burak Ltwt. Women’s coach for Brock and Kathy Boyes Women’s Coach for Brock. Both are former Olympian with decades of coaching experience at the high school, club and university level.There will be a number of other coaches presenting topics and assisting on the water.

The camp is planned to take place on-water at Martindale Pond from the Brock University Boathouse Henley Island unless the water is still iced over. If the water is iced over the camp will be land based at Brock University in the Leo LeBlanc rowing Centre and class rooms on campus.

Women's Lightweight 2x

Steffanie and Katherine two recent graduates Ontario and Canadian University Champions

On-water camp: This camp will comprise of 2-3 rows per day, daily video review, technical presentations, and on-site therapy. Mostly in small boats like singles and doubles.

On-land camp: Don’t be discouraged by frozen water. The on-land camp is designed as a high performance assessment and tune-up opportunity. The camp will consist of a physical and technical assessment, strength conditioning modules, intense core training and video review of technique both in the tank on the erg and dynamic erg.

On-water or on-land each camp will have a coach to athlete ratio of 1:6. As well as in-between row snacks each camper will receive a training t-shirt. With expertise from Brock’s Varsity Coaching staff, as well as interaction with Brock’s varsity athletes this camp will get you ready for a great year of rowing! This week long camp is only $275.00

To Register click here

Suggested Accommodation:

 

The Comfort Inn is conveniently located close to the course with a special rate for participants. When calling to reserve quote the code “Brock Rowing” to get the preferred rate

Comfort Inn St. Catharines
2 Dunlop Dr.
St. Catharines, ON
L2R1A2
P: 905-687-8890
E: comfortinnstcatharines@gmail.com

Please click here for hotel tour
http://www.gotyoulooking.com/1comfinnstcat/mht.html

To Register click here

MARCH BREAK ROWING CAMP 2016

Brock University presents an opportunity for Secondary School rowers to get an early start to the season. Any secondary school student with at least one season of on-water rowing experience (spring, summer or fall) is invited to sign-up for this high performance opportunity. The camp is scheduled from Monday March 14th to Friday March 18th 2016 8:30am to 4:00pm. Coaches are there from 7:30 to 4:30 to facilitate drop off and pick up.

The camp is led by Andrea Valois-Miller Women’s coach for Team Ontario and Leander Rowing club. There will be a number of other coaches presenting topics and assisting on the water.

The camp is planned to take place on-water at Martindale Pond from the Brock University Boathouse Henley Island unless the water is still iced over. If the water is iced over the camp will be land based at Brock University in the Leo LeBlanc rowing Centre and class rooms on campus.

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Brendan and Ben two recent graduates celebrating a win at the Dad Vail Regatta. Both first started at Brock in one of our high school clinics.

On-water camp: This camp will comprise of 2-3 rows per day, daily video review, technical presentations, and on-site therapy. Mostly in small boats like singles and doubles.

On-land camp: Don’t be discouraged by frozen water. The on-land camp is designed as a high performance assessment and tune-up opportunity. The camp will consist of a physical and technical assessment, strength conditioning modules, intense core training and video review of technique both in the tank on the erg and dynamic erg.

On-water or on-land each camp will have a coach to athlete ratio of 1:6. As well as in-between row snacks each camper will receive a USB with video from the camp, a training t-shirt. With expertise from Brock’s Varsity Coaching staff, as well as interaction with Brock’s varsity athletes this camp will get you ready for a great year of rowing! This week long camp is only $260.00

Suggested Accommodation: The Comfort Inn is conveniently located close to the course with a special rate for participants. When calling to reserve quote the code “Brock Rowing” to get the preferred rate

Comfort Inn St. Catharines
2 Dunlop Dr.
St. Catharines, ON
L2R1A2
P: 905-687-8890
E: comfortinnstcatharines@gmail.com

Please click here for hotel tour
http://www.gotyoulooking.com/1comfinnstcat/mht.html

To Register click here

YOUTH SCULLING SCHOOL – SUMMER 2015

Women's Lightweight 2x

The Youth Sculling School is a 5 day rowing camp intended for student between the ages of 13 to 19 with an interest in rowing. Athletes get an opportunity rowing in a large variety of boats and improve on their sculling skills before the high school rowing season begins.

Dates: June 29-July 3 / July 20-24 / July 27-31 /  August 10 – 14 / August 17 – 21
Time: 8:30am – 12pm (Coaches arrive at 8:00am and depart at 12:30pm to facilitate athlete drop off and pick-up.)
Location: Brock Badgers Boat Bay, Henley Island.
Price: $215 /wk

To register, head on over to Regatta Central and click on “Brock Rowing Camps”

Register Here

See attachments for more information on the Camp:

Youth Camp Additional Information

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WEEKEND SCULLING CLINICS 2015

We are offering two weekend clinics this year; May 24-25 and May 31-June1st.

Registration is on line at Regattacentral.com and click on the ‘Camps and Clinics’ tab.

The clinics are located in St. Catharines, Ontario at the world famous Henley Rowing course. The Brock Rowing School offers a complete rowing experience for all ages and skill levels. Whether you are a novice sculler or sweeper or an experienced oarsperson seeking to hone your skills, the Brock Rowing School can provide you with the environment, equipment and expertise needed to help you find your stroke.

Mark Alm

The two day clinics are comprised o an intense overview of all aspects of sculling or sweeping. This is great for a technical tune-up or a quick introduction to the sport of rowing. The weekend clinics consist of 3 on water sessions Saturday and 2 sessions on Sunday. Each morning we provide a brunch while we do a video review of your rowing.

Register Here

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Georgia Sculling Camps 2015

Once again we will be offering our sculling camps in Elberton Georgia at Richard B Russell state park. The camp is open to all ages and skill levels from beginner to expert. Each participant is assigned their own Fluidesign single for the week and will be in small groups according to skill level. You will be exposed to a variety of coaches during the week and have an opportunity to view videos of your rowing during the daily brunch and technical chat. The accommodation, brunches and a souvenir is included in the camp price of $1250us.

The first week you arrive Saturday afternoon February 21st with the first session on Sunday February 22th at 8:00am, the last session is Saturday morning February 28th. The second week you arrive on Saturday afternoon February 28th with the first session on Sunday March 1st at 8:00am, the last session is Saturday morning march 7th.

Register on line at Regatta Central; Register Here

While registering we do ask for height and weight to help us prepare the correct size single for your camp.

CRC Brochure 2014

MARCH BREAK ROWING CAMP

Brock University presents an opportunity for Secondary School rowers to get an early start to the season. Any secondary school student with at least one season of on-water rowing experience (spring, summer or fall) is invited to sign-up for this high performance opportunity. The camp is scheduled from Monday March 16th to Friday March 20th 2015 8:30am to 4:00pm. Coaches are there from 7:30 to 4:30 to facilitate drop off and pick up.

The camp is led by Jacqui Cook-Beattie Women’s coach here at Brock and a former Badger, Canadian National Team member and Olympian. There will be a number of other coaches presenting topics and assisting on the water.

The camp is planned to take place on-water at Martindale Pond from the Brock University Boathouse Henley Island unless the water is still iced over. If the water is iced over the camp will be land based at Brock University in the Leo LeBlanc rowing Centre and class rooms on campus.

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Brendan and Ben two recent graduates celebrating a win at the Dad Vail Regatta. Both first started at Brock in one of our high school clinics.

On-water camp: This camp will comprise of 2-3 rows per day, daily video review, technical presentations, and on-site therapy. Mostly in small boats like singles and doubles.

On-land camp: Don’t be discouraged by frozen water. The on-land camp is designed as a high performance assessment and tune-up opportunity. The camp will consist of a physical and technical assessment, strength conditioning modules, intense core training and video review of technique both in the tank on the erg and dynamic erg.

On-water or on-land each camp will have a coach to athlete ratio of 1:6. As well as in-between row snacks each camper will receive a USB with video from the camp, a training t-shirt. With expertise from Brock’s Varsity Coaching staff, as well as interaction with Brock’s varsity athletes this camp will get you ready for a great year of rowing!

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Brock athletes having some fun after a hard workout. Tricks lead to confidence and comfort in the shell.

How to REGISTER for the camp.

To register and pay for the March Break Camp visit:

www.RegattaCentral.com

Click on;  CAMPS & CLINICS tab

Click on;  Brock Rowing Camps

Limited to 20 participants for only $250/ participant.

Weekend Sculling Clinics 2014

We are offering two weekend clinics this year; May 24-25 and May 31-June1st.

Registration is on line at Regattacentral.com and click on the ‘Camps and Clinics’ tab.

The clinics are located in St. Catharines, Ontario at the world famous Henley Rowing course. The Brock Rowing School offers a complete rowing experience for all ages and skill levels. Whether you are a novice sculler or sweeper or an experienced oarsperson seeking to hone your skills, the Brock Rowing School can provide you with the environment, equipment and expertise needed to help you find your stroke.

The two day clinics are comprised o an intense overview of all aspects of sculling or sweeping. This is great for a technical tune-up or a quick introduction to the sport of rowing. The weekend clinics consist of 3 on water sessions Saturday and 2 sessions on Sunday. Each morning we provide a brunch while we do a video review of your rowing.

Register Here

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Youth Sculling School – Summer 2014

Scott Sculling

The Youth Sculling School is a 5 day rowing camp intended for student between the ages of 13 to 19 with an interest in rowing. Athletes get an opportunity rowing in a large variety of boats and improve on their sculling skills before the high school rowing season begins.

Dates: July 7 – 11 / July 14 – 18 / July 21 – 25 / July 28 – August 1 / August 11 – 15 / August 18 – 22
Time: 8:30am – 12pm (Coaches arrive at 8:00am and depart at 12:30pm to facilitate athlete drop off and pick-up.)
Location: Brock Badgers Boat Bay, Henley Island.
Price: $205 /wk

To register, head on over to Regatta Central and click on “Brock Rowing Camps”

Register Here

See attachments for more information on the Camp:

Youth Camp Additional Information

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Georgia Sculling Camp February or March

CRC Brochure 2014

CRC Brochure 2014

Register on line by clicking link below:

https://www.regattacentral.com/camps/

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Youth Sculling School – Summer 2013

The Youth Sculling School is a 5 day rowing camp intended for student between the ages of 13 to 19 with an interest in rowing. Athletes get an opportunity rowing in a large variety of boats and improve on their sculling skills before the high school rowing season begins.

Dates: July 8 – 12 / July 15 – 19 / July 22 – 26 / August 12 – 16
Time: 8:30am – 12pm
Location: Brock Badgers Boat Bay, Henley Island.
Price: $200 /wk

To register, head on over to Regatta Central and click on “Brock Rowing Camps”

See attachments for more information on the Camp:

Weekend Sculling or Rowing Clinics – Summer 2013

The Brock Rowing School offers a complete rowing experience for all ages and skill levels. Whether you are a novice sculler or sweeper OR an experienced oarsperson seeking to hone your skills, the Brock Rowing School can provide you with the environment, equipment and expertise needed to help you find your stroke. If you have your own single, you may bring it and we will make sure you are rigged correctly.

Dates: May 18 – 19 / May 25 – 26 / June 22 – 23 / June 29 – 30
Time: Full Day (8:30am – 4pm)
Location: Brock Badgers Boat Bay, Henley Island.
Price: $280 /wknd

See attachments for more information on the Camp:

March Break Rowing Camp

The March Break Rowing Camp is a 5 day rowing camp for secondary student athletes preparing for the spring secondary school racing season and want a jump-start to their season!

Date: March 11th – 15th, 2013

See attachment for more information on the camp

Georgia Rowing Camp

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