High School Rowing On-Water
High School Rowing – On-Water
- Pat Weir firstname.lastname@example.org 519-822-2411 cell: 519-803-9347
- Don Lewis email@example.com 519-821-4917
Dates: mid April until early June
This program is designed for high-school athletes as an introduction to the sport of rowing and those returning from previous rowing programs. It focuses on the Learn-to-Train and Training-to-Train phases of Long term Athlete Development (LTAD). Students must be in full time attendance at a high school and be under 19 years of age on January 1, 2013.
Due to coaching and equipment limitations, we are currently offering this program to students who are attending John F. Ross CVI and Centennial CVI. If you are from another school, please contact one of the above coaches.
Participants will learn…
- Fundamental rowing technique
- Introduction to training & competitive racing
- Care and maintenance of equipment - racing shell and oars
- Proper boat handling and dock procedures
- Safety rules and navigational protocols
- Learning to be a member of a crew
Fees: $402.65 + HST = $455.00
Additional costs may include team uniform, fees and costs associated with regattas and travel.
The GRC fees may be refunded, or partially refunded, solely at the discretion of the Board, based on provision of timely, documented medical reasons and subject to deduction of fees committed on behalf of the registrant.
Forms: If you have not already done so, please download, print and complete the following forms…
- Medical Information Form
- GRC Safety Program Form
- Disclosure of information
- Release and waiver
- Letter of Acknowledgement
Cheques should be made payable to the GUELPH ROWING CLUB.
The High School Rowing Program and associated events are under the control and supervision of the GRC and are not school supervised events. Participants are insured through their registration with RowOntario and Rowing Canada.
Attention parents/guardians: This rowing program meets the qualifying criteria for the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit; check the Canadian Revenue Agency web page to see if your child qualifies – if so, the registration fees for this program are eligible for the tax credit.