Welcome!

Saskatoon Rowing Club invites you to join us!  

The Saskatoon Rowing Club (SRC) rows on the ever changing waters of the South Saskatchewan River - it is one of the most beautiful places to train as we row through the city of Saskatoon. Our goal is to provide not only an avenue for elite and competitive rowers to excel but also where recreational and new rowers can come to enjoy the fine sport of rowing. To this end, both Seniors, Masters and Recreational rowers will row alongside each other. Our club hosts our annual Head Race, a 5.5 km Regatta each September. The club also hosts training weekends for the Saskatchewan Summer Games Teams and the Regina Rowing Club.

THANK YOU

Thanks to all who supported our First Annual Rowathon. We not only exceeded our goal to row 250km to Regina, we also had a very successful fundraising campaign in support of the Saskatchewan's Children Hospital. 

Spring and Summer Programming

(All sessions require membership and registration through the online system)

JUNIORS 

1)Full Membership - April 1 - March31, 2018.

Under the guidance of Provincial Coach John Haver. Training times are Monday to Friday 4pm Tuesday/Thursday 6am Sat 9:30am ***(Additional morning sessions are added once school is out)

2)Junior Development - For new or novice Juniors.  Training times Tuesday/Thursday 4pm Saturday 8am

SENIORS/MASTER

Competive option Full Membership - April 1, 2017 - March 31, 2018. Under the guidance of Head Coach Lauren Ritchie Monday to Friday 5:45pm M/W/F 6am Sat 8am. Competitive rowers will train in assigned boats and crews. ****All Full Members are expected to complete two volunteer bow sessions for Novice program over the course of the summer.    

NOVICE PROGRAM

Non-competitive option Summer Rowing Membership - May 20 - Sept 31, 2017. Under the guidance of Novice Coach(TBD) new rowers will have mentored row opportunities M & F 6am, T/WTH 5:45pm. Saturday 10am.

Once rower has achieved level of skill determined by Coach, they will be able to participate in all other training times. This is a summer only membership and is only available to brand new rowers.

If a Novice Rower wishes to continue to train through the winter months,an additional winter training fee will be incurred.

****Schedule variances are posted on the SRC Facebook Page, SRC Website and via club email.

If you are new to rowing and you want to give it a try, your first step is to sign up for one of our Learn To Row programs.

If you are an experienced rower, come on out and join us for some fantastic training sessions. See you at the boathouse!     

Winter Rowing Opportunities

Full Members move to train indoors after the docks go out in October. We have access to the gym anytime but enjoy group training sessions weeknights 4pm for Juniors and 5:30pm for Seniors & Masters. Saturday is race day and we enjoy some fun competition at our 8am (Seniors & Masters) and 9:30am (Juniors) workouts.

BRING A FRIEND NIGHT

The third Monday of each month is our bring a friend night. We open our coached session to friends who might want to try out rowing but need a little friendly support. If you don't already have a friend at the club, just email us and we will provide you with a mentor for the evening and give you a peek into our winter training program. Coach Lauren will be on hand to make sure we are all working with great technique and good posture! EMAIL US 

LEARN TO ROW : ROWGA & ROWFIT 

If you are new to rowing, we offer two programs year round that will give you the skills and strength for successful indoor rowing. 

ROWGA  - Learn to Row and Yoga is a 6 week session of coached indoor rowing followed by yin yoga stretch.

ROWFIT is a 60 minute session that consists of 45 minutes of coached rowing and 15 minutes of rowing specific core and cool down.

 

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