Programs

Adult Learn to Row

*The Adult Learn to Row program is open in the summer season only. Registration is now CLOSED!

The Adult Learn to Row program is for adults aged 18+ and no rowing experience is required. In this program, athletes will learn boat basics, basic rowing mechanics and technique, and gain experience in a wide variety of sizes and types of boats.  This program will offer 3 sessions per week during the summer rowing season. 

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Adult Masters

Adult Masters is a competitive-based program for adults aged 19+ who want to train to compete at regattas. An emphasis is placed on physical conditioning, high-performance rowing, and racing technique. This program will offer 5 slots per week during the full rowing season. 

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Adult Recreation

The Adult Rec program will be starting in Fall 2022!

This program is for adults aged 18+ and is designed for adult rowers who want to train recreationally and/or get more experience before entering the competitive stream.  Athletes in this program may choose to participate in regattas and local racing opportunities but training to compete is not the main goal of the program. This program follows the Long-Term-Athlete-Development (LTAD) pathway of “Active for Life”.

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Junior Competitive

Junior Competitive (U17/Junior B, U19/Junior A) – The junior competitive program is designed to introduce junior athletes to high-performance training and prepare them for competitive racing. Junior competitive athletes can expect to participate in a combination of on-water, ergometer, and strength and conditioning sessions year-round. Participation in off-season/winter training is mandatory for athletes in this program.

Age: 15-18 years old *intake for the Fall 2022 season will include those born between January 1st, 2005 and December 31st, 2008

Practices: 3-5 sessions per week + 1-3 strength and conditioning (variable depending on the time of year)

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Junior Development

This program is for youth aged 12-18 years old and is intended for athletes who have never competed at a regatta and/or who are interested in training competitively. It offers 4 sessions per week, and rowers must have completed Learn to Row or equivalent to join. 

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Slide Seat Workshop

SJRC has received funding from Rowing Canada and Sport Canada to offer a slide seat rowing workshop for rowers with fixed seat experience (see program details).

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Youth Learn to Row

*The Youth Learn to Row program is open in the summer season only. Registration is now CLOSED!

Youth Learn to Row is a summer camp for youth aged 12-17 years old, running every weekday during the summer months. No experience is required to join this program. In this program, athletes will learn boat basics, basic rowing mechanics and technique, gain experience in a wide variety of sizes and types of boats, and have fun outside! 

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