Camp Randall Rowing Club Programs
- Madison, Wisconsin
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Camp Randall's primary purpose is to foster national and international rowing by supporting and developing amateur athletes for national and international competition in the sport of rowing. To accomplish these goals, Camp Randall Rowing Club offers High School and Middle School Learn to Row and Junior Competitive Rowing programs; organizes and offers a WeCanRow program which provides wellness and recovery opportunities through rowing for breast and other female cancer survivors; and offers rack rental space for rowing shells and oars. The Club has partnered with the City of Madison to renovate the historic Brittingham Boathouse and continues to solicit community support for the sport of rowing.
Junior Competitive Rowing
Middle School Experienced Program
High School Learn to Row
This program is for students entering grades 9-12. We offer two three-week sessions for beginners, focusing on the basics of rowing, teamwork, and physical fitness. Rowers participating in both sessions will be given the opportunity to row at a more advanced level during the second session.
Location: Brittingham Boathouse on Monona Bay, 617 North Shore Drive, Madison WI
3 week sessions, M-F
Middle School Learn to Row
Learn to Row for Beginners
This program is for students entering grades 6-8. We offer eight different sessions throughout the summer. Learn the basics of rowing, teamwork and physical fitness in a noncompetitive and fun environment, on land and on the water. Rowers participating in more than one session during the summer will be offered the opportunity to row at a more advanced level during later sessions.
Location: Brittingham Boathouse on Monona Bay, 617 N. Shore Drive, Madison, WI
1 week sessions, M-F, choose morning or afternoon sessions, or you can sign up for both.
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Chris Deyoung has worked at Sparks since 2013. He has coached rowing on the high school and collegiate level at Rutgers and Michigan. He holds a B.A. from Rutgers and an M.Ed. from the University of Michigan. His program at Rutgers went to club status while Chris worked as the recruiting coordinator there, and he brings an understanding of the collegiate athletic club experience to Sparks.