“Youth” refers to any rower in middle school or high school. All students from any middle or high school are welcome to join our team. Anyone who is interested in trying rowing gets a two-week free trial membership to see if rowing is a good fit for them. Two things that set us apart from most other sports is that you can learn to row at any age and find success and we do not have anyone sitting on the bench! Everyone that joins will practice and race with rowers of their skill and experience level. Not too many sports can say that! Rowing is a total body workout that is incredibly challenging, beautiful, and low-impact. Rarely do you meet a rower who lacks fitness or has gotten injured while rowing. If you would like to give it a try, click on the “programs” tab and then select the age group you are interested in joining. If you have a good work ethic and love the outdoors, rowing may be your new favorite activity!
|GAR invites all 6th-12th graders to come out and learn to row this summer! No experience is necessary. Coaches will teach you everything you need to know on and off the water and conclude the week with some racing. This is a great way to get a jump start on the fall racing season or just try something new!There are five sessions offered this year and all run from 8:30 am to 11:30 am. You can do one, two, three, or all five sessions! Each session is $100. This is open to all rising 6th grade through 12th grade students.|
|Week 1: June 12 – 16
Week 2: June 19 – 23
Week 3: June 26 – 30
Week 4: July 10 – 14
Week 5: July 17 – 21
Camp is located at GAR’s temporary location on Newnans Lake: Powers Park, 5910 SE Hawthorne Rd. Detailed directions will be sent upon registration.
For more information contact Coach Cory.
Would you like to try a new sport? No experience is necessary! Get in shape and have fun! This is the fastest growing NCAA sport for women! Meet new friends and travel! College scholarship opportunities!
If you are interested in joining the High School rowing program you are invited to start at any point during the season.
If you are concerned about transportation to and from practice, students generally carpool to practice from their respective high schools. Also, parents set up carpools to help get all of the rowers home afterwards.