West Sacramento, California

DRIVEN TO GET PEOPLE ROWING AND KEEP PEOPLE ROWING

What's New at RCRC

Spring 2021 Junior Rowing Team
Priority registration, for athletes on the Fall 2020 roster: Dec 22-Jan 2
As of 12/16, there is a waitlist for new Varsity and Novice athletes.
RCRC will invite athletes on the waitlist to join if space opens after Jan 2. We encourage any athlete whom we cannot include on the team this spring to sign up for a Summer Learn to Row class (registration opens in February 2021)
In Spring 2021, the RCRC Junior Rowing Team will train in single person boats, which naturally distance athletes while building team cohesion. Teens are at their best when they have extracurricular activities that inspire them, physical fitness for healthy living, and a team of friends that strive together towards common goals. While we cannot race these months, we can enjoy and gain the same mental and physical benefits that training with a team provides. And build the foundation for future fast racing! Come be part of the RCRC Junior Team this spring.
Health & Safety at RCRC
See how we row: all RCRC programs row in single person boats.
If you are interested in signing up for a class or program and have questions about how health and safety concerns are mitigated at RCRC, please email info@rivercityrowing.org

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September 15, 2020

With Challenges Come Opportunities

Since reopening the Boathouse RCRC has been rowing singles only. For many, this has been new and sometimes daunting territory, especially on the breezier days.  But the rewards are clear, as our members gain immediate feedback with every stroke to help them become better rowers!  And as they gain confidence they are seeing how enjoyable it is to be able to row their own boat.

Demand from the public has not diminished and we are doing our best to accommodate. Class sizes are quite limited to ensure safe athlete to coach ratios. Every Middle School, Junior, and Adult Learn to Row class this summer was full, and waiting lists are pushing many to try private lessons as their only...

Today we'd like to share with you an update on the expansion project that will keep RCRC rowing for many years - this newsletter looks at the recent work on the expansion site and outlines the projects that are beginning.

ADULT ROWING
ages 18-80+

8th-12th grades

5th-7th grades

TEAM BUILDING
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EMAIL: info@rivercityrowing.org
PHONE: 916-741-3709 (use email for a quicker response)
MAILING ADDRESS:
River City Rowing Club
P.O. Box 980401
West Sacramento, CA 95798

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