Washington Rowing Camps
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Washington Rowing Camps
Washington Rowing Camps provides athletes with an opportunity to develop the training and fitness skills needed to elevate athletic performance. Coached by University of Washington men's and women’s coaches, athletes will learn methods and implement strategies that are foundational to the success of elite college programs.
Men's | Junior Racing Camp
Coached by University of Washington men's coaches, athletes will learn methods that are foundational to the success of elite college programs. It is also a great chance to learn more about collegiate rowing opportunities and add to take advantage of the summer training period. We will end our racing camp with a trip to the 2018 Club Nationals.
Men's | Speed Lab
To develop small boat skills for future US National Team Events.
Rowing Disciplines Offered: Men, U23, Heavyweight, Sweep, Sculling, Coxswain
Athlete/Coxswain qualification criteria: Camp is open for athletes who have a strong desire to improve their sweep skills in small boats.
Women's Hometown Huskies | Development Camp
This skills camp is aimed towards elite high school age female athletes who have little to no experience with the sport, but is open to any and all women ages 13-19. This camp will allow athletes to try the sport of rowing in the historic Conibear Shellhouse as well as learn training and fitness skills to elevate athletic performance.
Women’s Pairs | Training Camp
Learn the approach that crowned the 2017 NCAA Champion Washington Women’s Rowing team with an unprecedented sweep of the PAC-12 and National Championship. Coached by the University of Washington coaches, athletes will learn methods and implement the strategies that are foundational to the success of elite college programs via small boat training.
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“There isn’t a universal school or rowing team culture that catalyzes athletic, personal or intellectual development,” says Sparks, “That said, every school and rowing team has a culture. The question is whether it’s going to meet the student-athlete and encourage their specific potential.”