The Resilient Rowing Fall Rowing Program will be comprised of any rowers and coxswains that are ready to further their rowing skills and abilities to reach the next levels in their rowing careers. Athletes should be looking to not only improve their fundamental rowing skills but also be ready to represent the Resilient Rowing Club at local and non-local regattas. Members of the Resilient Rowing Fall Program will train and compete in both sweep and sculling boats; with the goal of racing in multiple boat classes during the fall regatta season.

All Athletes will be evaluated by at least two coaches, the rower evaluation process will be based on a variety of factors including but not limited to: 20 minute test, 2K Score, Weight Factor / Power-to-Weight Ratio, Peak Power /  1-min Watt Tests, overall fitness, and technical aptitude. The coxswain evaluation process will include a variety of factors including: overall command of the crew, mastery of fundamental boat steering skills, ability to properly facilitate drills and workouts, and consideration of previous race results with review of audio/video recordings.

While registration is not capped for the Fall Rowing Program, RRC typically travels with up to the top 32 rowers (16 boys & 16 girls) and the top 3-4 coxswains for the High Performance regattas. If we have more or less qualified athletes that are ready to compete at this level, or fewer regatta entries, then we will adjust the travel team accordingly.

 

All rowers attending the Fall Rowing Program will race in three local 5K head races: the Occoquan Challenge, Occoquan Chase, and the Head of the Occoquan. And the ones that are selected for the High Performance Regattas will travel to the Head of the Charles (with select boats only), and the Head of the Hooch. 

2019 SEASON
Fall Rowing Program: August 26th - November 8th, 2019

Fall Rowing Program Schedule:

Weekly Practice Schedule (August 26th - November 8th, 2019):

Monday to Thursday - 4:30pm to 7:00pm

Saturday - 8:00am to 11:00am

Local Fall Rowing Program Regattas:

2019 Occoquan Challenge (Fairfax Station, VA): October 6th, 2019

2019 Occoquan Chase (Fairfax Station, VA): October 13th, 2019

2019 Head of the Occoquan (Fairfax Station, VA): November 2nd -3rd, 2019

Traveling High Performance Regattas:

2019 Head of the Charles (Cambridge, MA): October 18th - 20th, 2019

2019 Head of the Hooch (Chattanooga, TN): November 1st - 3rd, 2019

Cost & Fees:
 

Fall Rowing Program: $1350.00

(11 weeks, 55 practices, 140+ hrs, 3 local Races)

Local Races:

(Cost included in the program fees)

 

2019 Occoquan Challenge (Fairfax Station, VA): October 6th, 2019

2019 Occoquan Chase (Fairfax Station, VA): October 13th, 2019

2019 Head of the Occoquan (Fairfax Station, VA): November 2nd -3rd, 2

 

Traveling Races:

(Extra cost applied for these races)

 

2019 Head of the Charles (Cambridge, MA): October 18th - 20th, 2019

$TBD

Price to be calculated by total trip expenses divided by total amount of athletes attending.

(2018 prices were $350 each race)

2019 Head of the Hooch (Chattanooga, TN): November 1st - 3rd, 2019

$TBD

Price to be calculated by total trip expenses divided by total amount of athletes attending.

(2018 prices were $525 each race)

 

Uniform Package:

( Uni-Suit, Sun Shirt, Tank Top, Hat )

Est. $225.00

**Plus all registration processing fees & credit card fees**

Registration Fees Include:

- 11 weeks on the water Sculling & Sweep Training (Fall Rowing Program 55 Practice day, 140+ hrs of coaching, & 3 loacl races)

- About a 10:1 athlete to coach ratio.

- All Park fees

 

Separate Costs:

- All Regatta Trips will be an additional cost to cover: 

- All transportation, food, lodging, & entry fees associated with traveling to and from away regattas.

- Uniforms (if needed) are an additional cost.

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