Masters Rowing – competitive or non-competitive

Masters rowing is a program for experienced adult rowers (21 or older) who wish to continue training and perhaps racing. It includes categories for competitive and non-competitive athletes; those who are not sure about competing may register as non-competitive and pay the difference in fee later if their ambitions expand to racing. Starting in the spring and running until late October, this program is a good way for individuals to improve their skills, remain active, and push themselves to compete if they wish.

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Registration 2017

  1. Please register online at Rowing Canada
  2. Seasons: First Half Season (Start of Spring through the Regatta), Second Half Season (After the Regatta – End of Fall, usually October sometime), Full Season
  3. Fees: $150 for the 2017 fall season, which begins September 5. Masters rowers who decide to race pay an additional $40 to cover Rowing Canada and Rowing Newfoundland competitive fees.
  4. Fees may be paid online through Rowing Canada or handed in as cash or cheque at your first practice.

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