HRC Adult Programs
This program is for adult rowers, 19 or older as of January 1st of the current year, who complete HRC’s Adult Learn-to-Row Class in the current season or who completed HRC's Learn-to-Row program in the previous rowing season but did not register to row with HRC after finishing your classes.
After completing HRC’s Adult Learn-to-Row class, you can continue to improve your rowing technique and boat handling skills while rowing with other club members in the Adult Rowing Program. 1st Year Rowers are able to row weekday mornings and evenings and Saturday morning, and will be provided with special coaching sessions during the week. After one month, or with permission of the Coach, 1st Year Rowers may decide to stay with the Adult Rowing Program or train with the Adult Competitive Rowing Program. Coaches will help you improve your technique and meet your rowing / fitness goals.
Rowers registered in the Adult 1st Year Rowing Program may, if they wish, compete in novice events in local regattas.
This program is for adult rowers, 19 or older as of January 1st of the current year, who have completed Learn-to-Row prior to the current rowing season, who want to row for fun and fitness while continuing to develop their skills and possibly compete in regattas.
This program will provide you with the opportunity to row several times a week, with coached sessions at least twice a week. Coaches will work with you to improve your technique and meet your fitness goals. Less experienced adult recreational / fitness rowers will have the opportunity to row with more experienced rowers and row in various types of boats (sweep and sculling).
Adult recreational / fitness Program fee does not include Rowing Canada’s Regatta Insurance Fee, required for all non-novice regatta racing.
This program is for experienced adult rowers, 19 or older as of January 1st of the current year, who want to train to compete and train to win. This program will provide competitive rowers with high level, intensive training programs, and coaching to improve technique to become an efficient and fast rower.
This program will provide you with the opportunity to row individually or with a crew of other dedicated athletes 4-6 times a week. You will be provided with coaching a minimum of 4 times a week. Competitive rowers will have a boat priority for regattas and during scheduled training sessions for competitive rowers.
The Adult Competitive Program fee includes Rowing Canada’s Regatta Insurance Fee.