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  • Home » Community Rowing, Inc.
    April 2016 RegattaCentral enters into multi year contract with Community Rowing Inc 18 April 2016 IRL Announces new members of the Class of 2017 12 April 2016 CRI Has A New Location CRI Newton 28 March 2016 CRI and GRow Featured in Row2k 20 March 2016 WEATHER ALERT Late opening scheduled for Monday March 21 29 February 2016 Open House Tonight 4 30 6 30 at CRI Contact Harry Parker

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/?fullSite=0 (2016-04-25)
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  • About CRI » Community Rowing, Inc.
    or experience We seek to raise the standard of rowing programs through internal excellence and to share our knowledge and expertise with others for the advancement of the sport at all levels Please spend some time to explore our website you can read about our Outreach programming our leadership team Board of Directors and a host of other exciting life changing programs Directions Map Hours Monday Friday 5 00am 9

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/about (2016-04-25)
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  • Adult Learn to Row » Community Rowing, Inc.
    our basic introductory sweep class which will get you on the Charles and learning the basics in no time It s perfect for people of all fitness levels and previous athletic experience Class begins in a stable 12 person catamaran in which you will become familiar with rowing terminology and the fundamentals of technique while learning to row in a fun group environment Upon successful completion of Intro to Rowing students can progress to Novice Sweeps General Sweeps 1 and General Sweeps 2 After that if you re interested in rowing competitively you can try out for our Men s and Women s Competitive teams Sign Up Sculling I Rowers in Sculling 1 will learn the river traffic patterns how to navigate and how to row embarking on the Charles in safe stable shells Sculling 1 coaches create a safe fun environment for new scullers After successful completion of Sculling 1 students can progress to Sculling 2 3 and 4 after which you can take the captain s test successful completion of which allows you to sign up for Logbook Sculling so that you can take out a single and row on your own Coached group sessions are available for

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/adult-rowing/adult-learn-to-row/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Sculling » Community Rowing, Inc.
    club boats to take out on your own Register today Prerequisite The preceding class or equivalent Must have a valid swim test on file Sculling 1 Sculling 1 encompasses the CRI mission of getting everyone on the water no matter what their prior athletic experience Rowers in Sculling 1 learn the traffic patterns of the river how to navigate and how to row in one person shells called singles Rowers embark on the Charles in safe stable singles Sign Up Sculling 2 This program is a continuation of Sculling 1 with coaches working on refining the skills learned Depending on skill level athletes will move up to boats that require more skill Throughout the program scullers work toward improving their skills in preparation for the CRI Captain s Test Sign Up Sculling 3 Haven t sculled in a long time or working your way up from Sculling 2 This is the class for you Sculling 3 is designed to be more interactive with other athletes by having you row in doubles and quads Sculling 3 creates a great team of rowers working together to refine their skills and develop the ability to scull in bigger boats Sign Up Sculling 4 Sculling 4 helps participants prepare for the CRI Captain s Test and is designed for athletes who want to row in racing shells Many students will be administered the Captain s Test during the class after which they will be free to participate in independent logbook sculling The Captain s Test requires thorough knowledge of Charles River bridges and navigation and demonstration of rowing proficiency Sign Up Logbook Sculling Logbook Sculling is for rowers who have passed the CRI Captain s Test and been cleared to row CRI club singles Boats and oars are available on a first come first

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/adult-rowing/sculling/ (2016-04-25)
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  • General Sweeps » Community Rowing, Inc.
    skills and knowledge of rowing and then move into eights Rowers take turns in the coxswain seat to help their fellow classmates navigate the river safely and to improve their knowledge of the sport A coach will always be nearby Participants should have successfully completed Intro to Rowing or have comparable experience and knowledge of safety protocol In addition athletes should be able to handle rowing equipment safely get in and out of the boat and understand how to handle boats and oars properly Any questions Call us We ll help you find the right program Prerequisite Intro to Rowing or previous rowing experience Must have a valid swim test on file Sign Up General Sweeps 1 If you already have some rowing experience and are eager to improve your technique fitness level and strength join General Sweeps 1 to build your rowing skills and work in a group environment while enjoying the beauty and excitement of the Charles River To enjoy this class you should speak with your Novice Sweeps coach about whether you are ready to move on be able to demonstrate basic not expert proficiency in square blade rowing and feathering and be ready to try continuous all 8 rowing You should also understand and demonstrate knowledge of the finish hands away body over half slide and catch Any questions Call us Prerequisite Novice Sweeps or previous rowing experience Must have a valid swim test on file Sign Up General Sweeps 2 General Sweeps 2 the final level of our recreational program is for athletes of all ages who have a solid background in rowing and want to take their skills to the next level while challenging their fitness and strength If you love the raw power and excitement of 8s rowing the camaraderie of a team

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/adult-rowing/general-sweeps/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Competitive Men » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Friday from 5 15 7 15 am The coaches maintain a Google Group with an e mail list calendar training plans lineups etc Athletes are expected to train six days per week when possible Individual training assignments will be provided Athletes with little or no sculling experience will have the opportunity to scull in a team setting early in the season to develop increased proficiency the long term goal is for all rowers to become certified to pass the CRI Captain s Test and scull independently Racing CRI s Men s Competitive team competes at approximately six local New England regattas and a few larger races requiring travel with sprint regattas in the spring and summer and head races in the fall The standard masters sprint distance is 1K and head races range from 2 5 to 3 miles Highlights of the season include Masters Nationals and the Head of the Charles Regatta Team members are expected to contribute to the cost of race fees and boat transportation Tryouts Initial tryouts for the season will occur over a two week period starting in the middle of March For those interested in trying out for the team please be in touch with the CRI office which will provide you with the coach s contact details Athletes will be evaluated on rowing technique overall fitness as measured primarily by ergscores and a willingness to work hard All interested athletes should register for the tryout period athletes who are selected for the team will then register for the remainder of the season Skilled coxswains are welcome Winter Training Want to improve your chances of getting on the team CRI offers a number of excellent winter training classes in which many team members participate Other team members come into CRI on their own to

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/adult-rowing/competitive-men/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Competitive Women » Community Rowing, Inc.
    rowing days with sculling encouraged although erging is also an option with one workout a week scheduled for cross training Racing The team competes at approximately six local regattas and one to three larger regattas requiring travel during the course of a typical year Highlights of the season annually include Masters Nationals in the summer and the Head of the Charles as well as Head of the Hooch in the fall Within reason attendance is expected at all team races The team attends sprint regattas in the spring and summer and head races in the fall The standard masters sprint distance is 1K which allows athletes to compete in multiple events at any given regatta RECENT RESULTS 2015 Masters Nationals Women s Team Points 2nd overall Gold Open AA 4 Open A 4 Open D 4 Club E 8 Club E 4 Club F 4 Silver Open A 8 Open A 4 Open A 2 Club B 8 Lightweight C 4 Open E 4 Bronze Club A 8 Club B 4 Club D 4 Lightweight D 4 2015 Head of the Charles Senior Masters 4 4th Masters 4 9th Club 8 8th 3rd amongst non collegiate crews 2015 Head of the Hooch Team Points 2nd overall Gold Club College 8 Club College 4 Silver Masters 4 Bronze Masters 2 Mixed Masters 4 Tryouts Initial tryouts for the season will occur over a two week period starting in the middle of March For those interested in trying out for the team please be in touch with the women s team captains contact info below Athletes will be evaluated on rowing technique overall fitness as measured primarily by erg scores and coachability and good sportswomanship All interested athletes should register for the tryout period athletes who are selected for the team will

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/adult-rowing/competitive-women/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Competitive Youth » Community Rowing, Inc.
    of life that would not be possible without the shared discipline of shells oars and water Our coaching staff includes award winning coaches with decades of experience Athletes will train and race in CRI s new fleet of seventy five 2015 HUDSON shells In addition to the expertise of our incredible coaching staff with a 12 1 rower to coach ratio CRI offers athletes the benefit of a registered dietician Kelsea Gusk who will consult with teams and athletes sharing her knowledge of healthy eating practices and effective fueling for athletics Youth Competitive Novice Rowing The girls novice team Florida training trip February 2015 The Novice Competitive Program prepares athletes for the Varsity Competitive Program the following year Novice athletes train as a group five to six days per week working toward individual and team goals throughout the year They build on the skills developed in Learn to Row and Crew League and gain racing experience at fall and spring regattas Athletes interested in becoming coxswains who steer the boat and learn to motivate the rowers are also encouraged to sign up The Novice program runs in the fall and spring with an opportunity to train with the Varsity during

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/youth-rowing/competitive-youth/ (2016-04-25)
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