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  • IRL Alumni » Community Rowing, Inc.
    she spent the summer immediately following her fellowship as an English teacher and rowing coach at the highly selective St Paul s School in Concord New Hampshire BACK TO TOP Alex Mann University of Washington Men A Pacific Northwest native Alex returned to his roots in the summer of 2015 when he was hired by the University of Washington Men as an Intern Assistant Coach Alex arrived at the IRL with two years of coaching experience under his belt at his alma mater the University of Puget Sound He continued to build on that base of knowledge during his practicum with the Boston University Heavyweight Men With all the crews he coached medaling at the Eastern Sprints he was offered an opportunity following his year as an IRL fellow to work with the Princeton Lightweight Men At Princeton Alex s primary responsibilities include working with the lower varsity crews and the freshmen and again he led his crews to the podium at Eastern Sprints In the summer immediately following his graduation from the IRL Alex worked as an Assistant Coach for the US Junior Men s Sculling Selection Camp In his role collaborating with Conal Groom he assisted in the coaching and selection of the 1x 2x and 4x boats that represented the USA at the Junior World Championships in Hamburg Germany BACK TO TOP Bryan Pape Michigan State University In the summer of 2015 Bryan was named the Head Coach of the Michigan State University Crew Club He is looking forward to taking the leadership role with the program and building it into an annual ACRA powerhouse With previous experience as both a collegiate Boston College Colgate University and Fairfield University and junior coach Norwalk River in addition to competing as an athlete for the USA at the 2013 World Championships in the Lightweight 8 in Chungju South Korea Bryan brings to his coaching a depth of knowledge along the entire athlete development spectrum As the Freshman Coach of the BC Men in 2014 Bryan led the Novice Eight to remarkable success in his first season as they captured a gold medal at the New England Championship as part of the team s first overall Team Points Championship in 17 years Working with the CRI Competitive Novice Boys squad as well Bryan and the coaching staff led their first year rowers to a sweep of the gold medals in the 1 st 2 nd 3 rd Novice Eight events at the USRowing Northeast Regional Championship BACK TO TOP Kate Smith Cambridge Rindge and Latin School Girls and Community Rowing Inc A 2014 graduate of the Institute for Rowing Leadership Kate Smith is currently the Head Coach for Cambridge Rindge and Latin School Crew Before coming to the IRL she started her coaching career as an Assistant Varsity Coach for Norcal Crew in Redwood City CA and as an Assistant Volunteer Coach for Mills College Crew in Oakland CA Her first year as a coach ended with her NorCal Women s Lightweight 2x winning a National Championship at USRowing Youth Nationals At CRI Kate is the Assistant Director of Outreach managing logistics for all of CRI s outreach programming in addition to coaching several groups working with adults with cognitive and physical disabilities the Advanced Para Team and Optimum Weight for Life BACK TO TOP Julie Warren Simmons College Women Following her IRL graduation in June of 2014 Julie Warren was hired just down the river from CRI leading the Novice Women at Simmons College As a former student athlete at Smith College she brings to bear her own experience as a walk on rower as she works with new rowers on the Sharks squad Before joining the IRL Julie coached urban youth at the Pioneer Valley Riverfront Club She is particularly passionate about the life changing effects that rowing can have in people s lives and she strives to help translate the skills and qualities learned through rowing into the daily lives of her athletes During her time as a fellow Julie worked at CRI with the Varsity Girls as an Assistant Coach and as the Lead Coach for the Military program working with both active duty and retired service members BACK TO TOP CLASS OF 2013 IRL GRADUATES Ken Gifford Manchester Community Rowing and the University of New England After graduating from the IRL Ken helped the parents representatives and coaches affiliated with existing and soon to be Manchester New Hampshire area high school crews to found Manchester Community Rowing to promotes amateur rowing in greater Manchester MCR was incorporated in October 2013 and is a 501 c 3 non profit charitable organization Ken founded the University of New England crew in Biddeford Maine in September 2013 and served as its first coach Ken is currently helping several New Hampshire and Maine towns start community rowing programs similar to the program he started in Westford Massachusetts before becoming an IRL fellow During his time as a fellow he was an assistant coach for the Boston College Men s Rowing program for his IRL coaching practicum BACK TO TOP Karl Harshe Community Rowing Inc Karl immediately followed up his graduation from the IRL fellowship program by serving as the Assistant Coach for the USA Men s Lightweight 8 in their preparation for the 2013 World Championships in Chungju South Korea After working in concert with the Head Coach to lead the crew to a bronze medal finish Karl accepted a full time coaching role at CRI At CRI Karl is the Head Coach for the Novice Boys program as well as a coach for the adult morning sweeps program After serving as the assistant coach during his IRL practicum Karl stepped into the new role leading the Novice Boys squad in September of 2013 and also serves as the resident technologist on the CRI staff as well BACK TO TOP Ching Ting Hwang Washington University in St Louis Following graduation from the IRL fellowship program in June CT embarked

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  • FAQ » Community Rowing, Inc.
    of times throughout the day and the schedule changes with each season In the summer fellows have their coaching practicums in the mornings and have classes that follow in the afternoons from 1 00PM 5 00PM During the school year classes are scheduled in the middle of the day typically 9 30AM 2 30PM to ensure that fellows will not have conflicts with their practicums Are there any breaks during the year Yes The academic year is scheduled to include a weeklong break after the first and third quarters with a two week winter break Who teaches the courses Courses will be taught by selected Boston area experts including professors from surrounding colleges and universities professionals in related fields and coaches from the Charles River rowing community How many hours per week will I spend coaching Fellows spend 16 20 hours per week coaching during the summer fall and spring quarters The practicum for the winter term which entails a guided preparation of the fellow s Action Research project along with assisting in the facilitation of winter training programs requires a significantly reduced time commitment to accommodate the increase in coursework for the term How many hours per week will I spend in class On average fellows will spend 16 20 hours in the classroom Will I coach crews at regattas After the summer session for their coaching practicums fellows will be matched with competitive teams that compete at local regional and national regattas The expectation is that they accompany their respective teams to these competitions as well as on training trips What is the cost The application fee is 50 Upon admittance to secure their spot in the program fellows must submit a 1 000 deposit which will be credited toward tuition Tuition is 24 500 for the year

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  • Summit Schedule 2016 » Community Rowing, Inc.
    1 A Peer to Peer Brainstorming Session facilitated by the Class of 2016 IRL Fellows 3 15PM 4 15PM Breakout Session 2 Racing Strategy Feeding the Spirit Building a Gold Medal Mentality Susan Francia Developing Your Race Plan During Practice and In The Moment Ellen Minzner Effective Tools to Conquer Your Athletes Race Day Performance Anxiety Peter Costas and Joe Gartland Class of 2016 IRL Fellows Susan Francia Ellen Minzner Peter Costas Joe Gartland 4 30PM 5 30PM Breakout Session 3 Team Culture The Psychology of Culture Shift Nich Lee Parker From Squad to Team Turning Self interested Athletes into Team Players Bill Manning Small Boat Team Culture Peter Wilhelm Nich Lee Parker Bill Manning Peter Wilhelm 5 45PM 7 15PM Panel Discussion on Using Your Support Team Whether you have them available or not Guidance from an Athletic Trainer Boatman Rigger Chiropractor Biomechanist Nutritionist and Team Doctor Dr Kate Ackerman Kelsea Gusk RD Corey Lanois Dr Tyler Page David Snowdon 7 15PM 8 00PM Dinner 8 00PM 9 15PM Drinks Socializing SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27TH 7 30AM 8 00AM Continental Breakfast and Coffee 8 00AM 9 00AM Breakout Session 4 Building Base Speed Rowing Biomechanics The Performance Formula Dan Bechard Making Hard Choices Establishing Priorities in Your Training Athlete Development Eve Goldenberg How to Run an Efficient Practice Dave O Neill Dan Bechard Eve Goldenberg Dave O Neill 9 15AM 10 45AM Panel Discussion on Demonstrating Leadership Up Down and Across Jen Baker Susan Francia Nich Lee Parker Bill Manning Bruce Smith Discussion Facilitator Tim Nichols 11 00AM 12 00PM Breakout Session 5 Racing Strategy Feeding the Spirit Building a Gold Medal Mentality Susan Francia Developing Your Race Plan During Practice and In The Moment Ellen Minzner Effective Tools to Conquer Your Athletes Race Day Performance Anxiety Peter Costas and

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  • Speaker Bios » Community Rowing, Inc.
    injury occurs and during their process of returning While earning his masters degree Lanois worked as a graduate assistant at Illinois State University providing care for the men s and women s cross country and track and field teams The Woonsocket R I native is a licensed athletic trainer in Massachusetts and an active member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and Eastern Athletic Trainers Assocation A 2011 graduate of Northeastern University with a B S in athletic training Lanois received a M S in athletic training from Illinois State University in 2013 BACK TO TOP Nich Lee Parker M A Columbia University Lightweight Men s Head Coach Nich Lee Parker has led the Columbia s lightweight rowing program to unprecedented success in his two year tenure as head coach In the spring of 2015 his lightweight varsity eight took the silver medal at the IRA National Championship for the second consecutive year In addition his lightweight four also medaled at the IRA in both years of his tenure with a silver medal in 2015 and a gold medal in 2014 The gold medal by the 4 in 2014 stands as the first gold medal by any Lion crew in a national championship event since the men s heavyweight crew took gold in the 1929 Intercollegiate Regatta predecessor of the IRA In addition to a silver medal in varsity eight in 2015 the dual gold medals won by the second and third varsity eights at the 2014 Eastern Sprints doubled the all time total for the lightweight Lions who had won just two gold medals in the previous 70 years of competition at the regatta Previous to taking on the head coach role with the lightweight men Lee Parker spent the previous four years with the Lions two as an assistant coach for the Columbia heavyweight program before spending the two seasons as an assistant on the lightweight coaching staff Before joining Columbia Lee Parker was on the Yale varsity heavyweight staff at Yale from 2007 09 During his time there Lee Parker assisted with three Yale crews that placed among the top 12 at the 2008 IRA Regatta and led the third varsity to a fourth place finish at the 2009 Eastern Sprints He graduated from The Ohio State University where he also was a varsity women s rowing assistant coach in 2005 06 before taking the reins of the Purdue Boilermaker freshman in 2006 07 and leading them to a bronze medal at the Dad Vail Regatta Back to top Bill Manning Ed M Princeton University Lightweight Men s Assistant Coach Coach of 5th Place USA LM2 at 2015 World Championships Bill Manning in his third season as assistant coach with the Princeton men s lightweight rowing team after spending 15 years as the first assistant coach under legendary Harvard heavyweight head coach Harry Parker In addition he coached the USA LM2 at the 2015 World Championships leading them to a 5 th place finish the best finish for the USA since 2003 In his time at Princeton he most recently in 2015 helped the lightweight varsity eight earn bronze at the Eastern Sprints In addition he coached the lightweight coxless four to gold at the 2015 IRA Championships in the inaugural year of the event Before arriving in Princeton Manning served as the associate head coach in his final two years with the Harvard heavyweights in 2011 2013 In both years Harvard won the Rowe Cup team title at the Eastern Sprints and swept Yale in the annual Harvard Yale Regatta As the coach of the freshman squad he led his crews to Eastern Sprints medals in twelve of his thirteen years at Harvard including seven championship victories 1999 01 02 04 08 10 11 Despite an entirely new squad of freshman athletes each year Manning s first eight did not lose a dual race in his final five seasons In addition to his coaching duties he directed all of Harvard s recruiting from 1998 to 2013 BACK TO TOP Ellen Minzner M A Community Rowing Inc Director of Outreach Two time World Champion Coach of 2014 2015 Silver Medalist USA LTA4 Ellen Minzner the current Director of Outreach at Community Rowing Inc has been involved with rowing at the high school collegiate masters and elite levels for over 20 years In her current role she oversees rowing programs for inner city youth para athletes and military veterans In addition she and her team are currently executing Let s Row Boston a citywide initiative to bring indoor rowing into the Boston Public Schools as a component of anti obesity campaigns in the community In addition she has been the chief coach for the USA LTA 4 at the 2013 2015 World Championships where her crews have won consecutive silver medals As a competitor Minzner was a two time world champion rower in the lightweight 2 winning back to back gold medals in 1995 and 1996 at the World Rowing Championships After retiring from competition she was an assistant coach at Kansas State University and the University of California Berkeley In 2002 she returned to coaching at the youth level as program director and head coach of Girls Row Boston a rowing and youth development program for urban girls started by Olympian Holly Metcalf Furthering her interest in how sport impacts the lives of young people Minzner earned a masters degree in Urban Planning from Tufts University in 2010 with a thesis on the role of youth sport in community development She has also worked in city planning managing the Community Development Department for the City of Lawrence Massachusetts and also served as Executive Director of the Greater Lawrence Community Boating Program prior to joining the staff at CRI in 2011 Back to top Tim Nichols M P A M S W Ropes and Gray LLP Chief of Organizational Effectiveness Tim Nichols provides coaching and organizational development counsel to enhance individual capabilities cultural norms and leadership practices that

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  • Register for WWS 2016 » Community Rowing, Inc.
    for Rowing Leadership Facilities FAQ email Erg Studio Walk ins welcome Winter Training Institute for Rowing Leadership Advanced Certificate in Rowing Leadership The What Works Summit Summit Schedule 2016 Speaker Bios Register for WWS 2016 Monthly Coaching Education Series IRL

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  • A Year in the IRL Video » Community Rowing, Inc.
    this 2 5 minute video Posted by on June 23 2014 Tags News IRL 0 Comments Post your comment Your name Your email address will not be published Your website URL Comments Spam protection question what is two plus five Comments No one has commented on this page yet RSS feed for comments on this page RSS feed for all comments Latest Updates RegattaCentral enters into multi year contract with

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  • Rental Rules » Community Rowing, Inc.
    vehicle Renters shall not adjust spotlights ceiling lights wall lights or remove light bulbs CRI is a non smoking organization Smoking is NOT allowed anywhere in or around the Harry Parker Boathouse including the balconies and the walkway between the Boathouse and the river This applies to all catering staff and guests All non CRI rental equipment must be brought up the back staircase or in CRI s elevator Rental equipment may not be carried up or down the front staircases All non CRI rental equipment must be approved by CRI in advance of the event A list of non CRI equipment must be submitted to the Event Manager two weeks in advance of the event date All non CRI rental equipment drop off times and pick up times must be emailed to the Event Manager two weeks in advance of the event date Drop offs must take place the day of the event and pick ups must be scheduled for the morning following the event These times should be confirmed with the Event Manager The second floor food preparation space classroom tables may NOT be used for food preparation Caterers must bring in their own food preparation tables No catering equipment or food should be placed on any of the tables that reside in the classroom catering preparation space Bar needs to be closed 30 minutes prior to the end of the Licensee s event Directly following the end of the event all CRI rental equipment used during the event must be put back in the storage closet All non CRI rental equipment that is being picked up the following morning must be moved down the hall and stored in the meeting room next to the elevator This must be done at the end of the event during the

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  • Facilities » Community Rowing, Inc.
    community growth through teamwork discipline and physical fitness We are committed to making these opportunities available to all thus our motto Rowing for All Since it s founding CRI has become one of the largest rowing programs in the United States with more than 1 500 people rowing with us annually Located on the Charles River an internationally recognized venue for rowing and a gem within the Massachusetts park system CRI was the first public rowing club in Boston and remains one of the largest in the United States CRI is committed to its mission of enriching the greater community and provides broad based programs for youth and adults of novice to elite skill levels The one constant at CRI through our 30 year history is the involvement of the community of rowers It simply defines the club We endlessly work to achieve our goal of affordable quality rowing for all levels of ability While we don t have membership dues we do ask that all participants pay a facilities fee and we think we offer a pretty good value for doing so Those who pay the fee receive yearlong access to the locker rooms weight room spin bikes and

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