Juniors Ergathon Schedule

Ergathon Schedule

Relay

11:00-11:30 am Register and/or Sign-in for Relay. Find out your team.

11:30-12:00 pm Relay participants meet and warm up with team members. Come up with team name.

11:55 am Ringers Report for Duty

12:00 pm Relay Starts!

2:15 pm Awards

2:30-3:00pm Socialize! Buy baked goods and tacos!

 

Event Activities

11:00 am – 3:00 pm Learn to Row: Learn the basics of rowing on a rowing machine (erg). All ages and experience levels welcome.

11:00 am – 3:00pm Purchase Ergathon T-shirts, Capital merchandise, baked goods, and tacos!

 

RaceRoundup: Mid Atlantic Erg Sprint Results 2017

Congrats to everyone who raced at MidAtlantic Erg Sprints this year!

Capital Rowing Club had 43 Entries in Juniors and Masters categories, and placed 4th Overall in the Team Awards with 174 points. See below for all of the athletes who finished in the Top 10 in their event.

Athlete Event
Michael Riegelman — 1st Master (age 30-39) Men 30-Minute Row
Brian Luhman — 2nd Master (age 30-39) Men 30-Minute Row
Brandon DuBois — 1st Veteran A (age 50-54) Men 30-Minute Row
Gary Dean — 5th Veteran B (age 55-59) Men 30-Minute Row
David Lippold — 5th Veteran C (age 60-64) Men 30-Minute Row
Geoffrey Vincent — 3rd Veteran D+ (age 65+) Men 30-Minute Row
Craig McKay — 3rd Veteran B (age 55-59) Men 2000M
Robert Best — 2nd Senior (age 40-49) Men 2000M
Jonathan Abrams — 9th Master (age 30-39) Men 2000M
Jessica Cooper — 2nd Master (age 30-39) Women 2000M
Okhee Shim — 3rd Master (age 30-39) Women 2000M
Anna Gorlick — 5th Junior (age 16) Lightweight Women 1500M
Shannon Franks — 4th Adaptive Men Physically Disabled (A/S)
 Chip Battoe — 1st Adaptive Men Physically Disabled (T/A)
 Sherman Anderson — 2nd Adaptive Men Physically Disabled (T/A)
 Daniel Longo — 3rd Adaptive Men Physically Disabled (L/T/A)
 Anne Rader — 2nd Adaptive Women Physically Disabled (L/T/A)
 Charles Lenneman — 7th  Adaptive Men Intellectually Disabled (L/T/A)
 Geoffrey Vincent — 3rd  Veteran D (age 65-69) Men 500M Sprint Championship
 Bob Reichart — 3rd Open Men Erg Marathon (42,195M)

Detailed Results: http://ergsprints.com/2017-results/

Save the Date: Capital Juniors Ergathon is Feb 18, 2017

Read more about the Ergathon and get involved!

1. Donate to the Capital Juniors Ergathon — every $1000 over $10,000 raised, takes 12,000 meters off the total.


Designate your donation to all of the juniors or a particular Junior rower


2. Buy a ticket to participate — $20.

3. Buy a shirt designed by the Juniors! — $20 in advance, $25 at the event. (Or participate & buy a shirt.)

4. Volunteer at the event.

Winter 2017: Learn to Erg!

Indoor learn to row/erg offers an introduction to the sport of rowing.  Each session, which includes 8 classes on Saturdays and Sundays at the Anacostia Community Boathouse, introduces the basics of rowing on an ergometer. Learn to Row Indoors provides rowing instruction for new rowers. This class primarily uses indoor rowing machines, and does not include ‘on the water’ rowing. Graduates will be welcomed to join ‘on the water’ groups spring 2017.

No previous experience is needed. Each class is limited to 17 students, which allows for personal interaction with coaches, volunteers and other novices. Once novices graduate, they are invited to become club members and get more involved with Capital and their new sport!

Details:

  • Eight 90-minute sessions. Saturday and Sundays
  • Saturday Class starts at 2:00 PM and Sunday starts at 2:35 PM
  • Session I runs from Jan 28 – Feb 19
  • Session II runs from Feb 25 -Mar 19.
The session costs $150.00
 

To Sign up for Session I or II click HERE

 

Questions? Contact membership@capitalrowing.org.

Podcast: Dispelling Rowing Myths

Owing to people’s lack of knowledge of what rowing entails, there is always a necessity for correcting misconceptions now and again. In addressing these erroneous beliefs comes this podcast titled Dispelling Rowing Myths. The 5 seconds shy of 5 minutes podcast is a collection of interviews of rowers ranging from a junior to an olympian. This collection of interviews include interview of the club’s Membership Vice President, Toni Kerns. The podcast is produced by the club’s Blind Magic Dammie Onafeko, A graduating senior majoring in Audio Production at Howard University, Washington – DC.

Enjoy listening!