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Skills

Camp Details

Technical Development Camp

First Day Check-In: 12:00 PM at T. Gary Rogers Boathouse

Last Day Check-out: 5:00 PM at T. Gary Rogers Boathouse

Ages: Entering grades 9-12

Skill level: 1-3, out of 10

This camp is open to all high school aged athletes; prior rowing experience is not needed. The focus is to build a strong, skill based rowing foundation. This camp will help athletes develop a basic understanding of how to move a boat by understanding and improving rowing skills. The Cal Rowing Staff will focus on overall fitness, strength training, injury prevention, nutrition, and video analysis to help improve rowing stroke.  

High Performance Camp

First Day Check-In: 12:00 PM at T. Gary Rogers Boathouse

Last Day Check-out: 5:00 PM at T. Gary Rogers Boathouse

Ages: Entering grades 9-12

Skill level: 3-6, out of 10

This camp is ideal for experienced rowers with at least one racing season completed who would like to take their rowing to the next level and experience what it is like to row at an elite Division I university. This camp is specifically designed to cover the breadth of rowing with a focus on skill development. There will be in-depth lectures and discussions of the rowing stroke, training regimens, and racing tactics.

Elite Racing Camp

First Day Check-In: 12:00 PM at T. Gary Rogers Boathouse

Last Day Check-out: 5:00 PM at T. Gary Rogers Boathouse

Ages: Entering grades 9-12

Skill level: 5-10, out of 10

This advanced camp is designed for rowers with racing experience.  Athletes will get a first hand look at what it is like to train and race at the Division I level. Camp will have a high level of intensity, rowing instruction, conditioning work, and lectures with a racing focus, including seat racing, race strategy, starts, sprinting and erg testing.

All camps will focus on sweep rowing.

Reviews

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- Alicia Greene 09-08-2012

My daughter absolutely loved it! She thanked me over and over for sending her to this camp. Well worth the time and money.

- Sam Mcdonnell 04-24-2012

Great boathouse. Convenient for us.

Meet Hilary

Counseling Associate

Hilary Gehman spent 15 years coaching rowing at the collegiate level, working first in a club program, then assistant coach for two separate DI programs, before seven years as the Staley head coach of women’s rowing at Cornell University. She has been a college counselor with Sparks since 2015. An accomplished athlete, Hilary is also a two-time rowing Olympian and six-time National Team member.


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