Seasons

Summer

Our summer offerings include the following: 

Program

Description

Dates

Learn to Row

Learn rowing at Capital Rowing Club in a free one week summer camp! No previous experience is needed. The camp will run for a half-day Monday – Friday, with the option of doing additional weeks during the summer. You can sign up for any of the weeks.

General Information

Time: 9am-12pm
Ages: Rising 7th grader or 12 years old – 16 years old
Cost: Free

Apply: https://goo.gl/forms/PTlpX9TdzyEv6rvC2

Week 1: Monday June 19 – Friday June 23

Week 2: Monday July 10 – Friday July 14

Week 3: Monday July 17 – Friday July 21

Recreational Sculling

Open to Novice and Experienced middle and high school scullers to sharpen their skills. 

Every Monday and Wednesday
Time: 4:15pm – 6:15pm
Open to all middle school and high school athletes
8 participants max
Cost: $175
Registration open now, click here to join!  

 June 6 through July 15

Comp Sculling 

Open to up to Experienced Scullers to become more competitive rowers. Program runs concurrently with Comp Sculling.

Practices are every day Monday – Thursday
Time: 4:15pm – 6:15pm
Open to all middle school and high school athletes with one year prior rowing experience.
20 participants max
Cost: $350
Registration open now, click here to join! 

 June 6 through July 15

Comp Sweep

Open to up to Experienced Sweep rowers to become more competitive rowers. Program runs concurrently with Comp Sculling. 

Practices are every Monday – Thursday
Time: 4:15pm – 6:15pm
Open to all middle school and high school athletes with one year prior rowing experience.
20 participants max
Cost: $350
Registration open now, click here to join!

June 6 through July 15

 

Fall

The fall season begins in September and runs through November. It is called the “head race” season as it comprises several longer “head” races that measure roughly 5k in distance.

The fall is our recruiting season. Interested participants can tryout during our annual tryout week. Click here to find the tryout date for the upcoming season or year. 

Tryouts include a week of participation in the program after-school from 4:30-6:30pm, the chance to learn the basics of rowing, some small relays, a friendly chat with a coach, and lots of fun team-building games! Did we mention the pizza party at the end?

 

Winter

The winter training season runs from late November through February. It is an essential element of the year-round program as it is the time most rowers see significant improvement in their physical fitness and competitiveness. They work on goal setting for personal and team fitness metrics and build significant skills in teamwork and leadership.

There will be a second tryout season for the Winter/Spring season the first week of January. This will be the last time rowers will be permitted to join the team this school year. Click here to find out more about tryouts.

Capital Juniors will continue for 2016 its collaboration with District Crossfit as it did for the first time in winter 2015.

Students have access to rowing machines, medicine balls, free weights, bars, pull-up bars, and stationary bikes.

Spring

The spring season starts March 1 and runs through the middle of May. It is the “sprint racing” season that gives Juniors the chance to travel and compete across 1500 meter races against local and regional teams.

Rowers are organized in “line-ups” for each race. It is our goal to have all rowers compete in as many races as possible.