By Ryan Sparks and Chelsea Dommert · June, 2013
We have reached the last day of our coxswains-only camp.
We began our day on the water once again. The coaches directed the group through several race pieces, allowing the coxswains to practice everything that they have learned during this week. Each coxswain has improved dramatically this week, and we’re excited to see how they apply their new knowledge at their home programs in the fall.
Once we had finished the pieces, we ended camp on a light note with a little bit of coxswain storytelling. Laura and Marcus shared some of their funny experiences from coxing, drawing a few laughs from our exhausted coxswains as we sat around the table one last time.
Finally, the time ha arrived for our coxswains to go their separate ways. They have worked extremely hard this week, and now they’re ready to use their new skills in service of their crews. We wish them all well, and we hope to see them again at upcoming regattas – and maybe next year’s camp!
Below you can find links to learn more about Sparks Rowing camps.
Learn more about our coxswain’s only rowing camp by following the link. Or, read some excerpts from the the coxswain only rowing camp blog. Our next round of summer rowing camp information can be found here. Follow this link for information on our New Zealand rowing camp and here for their NZ camp blog (with some great videos). We also have some great information on our winter rowing camp and you can get another perspective through our blog on the advanced winter rowing camp here.
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