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    Rowing Leadership Facilities FAQ email Erg Studio Walk ins welcome Winter Training News 15 December 2015 Do You Know Your Heart Rate Monitors Contact Harry Parker Boathouse 20 Nonantum Road Brighton MA 02135 Call us 617 779 8267 Fax us

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    Rowing Leadership Facilities FAQ email Erg Studio Walk ins welcome Winter Training News 15 December 2015 Do You Know Your Heart Rate Monitors Contact Harry Parker Boathouse 20 Nonantum Road Brighton MA 02135 Call us 617 779 8267 Fax us

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  • #CRIRowStudio Featured in Boston Globe » Community Rowing, Inc.
    bostonglobe com lifestyle health wellness 2015 12 14 new winter drop classes community rowing target novices imwbVdwI3Bgr9SWwXSWDQN story html Posted by on December 14 2015 0 Comments Post your comment Your name Your email address will not be published Your website URL Comments Spam protection question what is two plus five Comments No one has commented on this page yet RSS feed for comments on this page RSS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

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  • IRL Alumni Spotlight - Judith Vogel » Community Rowing, Inc.
    both program and organization In the case of Riverside the summer of 2015 brought exciting success with the club qualifying a LW4x which I coached to the World Championships along with two other HPG athletes in the LM8 Riverside does not have a racing team budget and athletes are expected to raise the money for their trip with a commitment from Riverside to pay any remaining balance In the span of eight weeks from Trials to Worlds it was my role as coach to tackle the very challenging task of raising 20 000 24 000 Our approach would have to be a bit different from the standard pleading emails to parents and friends to raise this amount over a short period of time Committed to remaining true to the culture and tradition of Riverside we organized a social media campaign check us out at rbchpg created a year round Worlds fundraising strategy and used new and existing annual events to draw contributions from outside sources As a result we were able to raise more money than the cost of the 2015 trip which allowed us to put that money towards future Worlds athletes The IRL program impressed upon me the value of strong business fundamentals in addition to a solid background in technique and science We are no longer in the era of the coach who can run a team by volunteering their time a couple of days per week on the water Coaching has evolved to have a substantial administrative component evidenced by many colleges and clubs creating an operational position within their coaching staff to focus exclusively on budgets recruitment fundraising and other strategic planning Coaches have to persuasively communicate their vision with other athletes donors the organization and the community For me the knowledge I ve gained

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  • CRI Earns New Status with US Paralympics » Community Rowing, Inc.
    from the beginning of its existence 30 years ago but before the Harry Parker Boathouse opened in 2008 the organization was unable to serve that population on any significant scale With a fully Americans With Disabilities Act accessible building and year round programming Community Rowing now serves people in all months not only with rowing programs but also with related services like physical therapy nutrition strength and conditioning and meeting space We organized our programs to align with the USOC Paralympic Sport Club model in 2010 said Ellen Minzner CRI s Director of Outreach and since then have increased our program options to serve everyone from recreational athlete to Paralympic hopefuls CRI trained Paralympic crews have won silver the World Championships for the last two years in a row under the leadership of Coach Minzner who oversees all para military adaptive and inner city youth programming Achieving the Gold Level status as a sport club is a tribute to our strategic planning and commitment to professional development of our coaches and staff as well as placing our top athletes on the US Para National team said Bruce Smith CRI s Executive Director ABOUT U S PARALYMPICS U S Paralympics a division of the U S Olympic Committee is dedicated to becoming the world leader in the Paralympic sports movement and to promoting excellence in the lives of persons with physical disabilities For more information please go to www usparalympics org ABOUT COMMUNITY ROWING INC Community Rowing Inc based in Brighton MA is the largest nonprofit rowing organization in the United States with more than 2 000 members and a range of programs for beginners recreational rowers and competitive athletes CRI promotes health and fitness for the entire greater Boston community delivering after school programs to urban youth health and fitness

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  • IRL Alumni Spotlight - Alex Mann » Community Rowing, Inc.
    integrative learning process but it has not been a one off experience for me The IRL was the way for me to pursue my passion become a better student of the sport and develop professionally by providing a model for continual learning and improvement that I continue to build upon every day My introduction to rowing as a walk on novice at University of Puget Sound a small liberal arts DIII school in Tacoma Washington Quickly I became passionate about the sport and spent my summers working at different boathouses trying to learn as much as I could to squeeze the most out of the informal learning opportunities available Upon my graduation from UPS I coached for two years but was not as effective as I wanted to be I became aware of significant deficiencies in my knowledge of the stroke team management injury prevention and physiology I was not serving the athletes well and I wanted to do something about it It was then I heard about the IRL fellowship program and knew it was my best option for pursuing a career in coaching The IRL set a standard for the level of attention and amount of work it takes to be a part of a successful coaching team Coupled with my coaching practicum with the Boston University Men I was able to learn daily from top notch coaches which was complemented by intensive coursework in the methods for effective coaching the science behind training and the nuts and bolts of program management Two years and four cross country moves took me from Tacoma to my ideal position in Seattle with the University of Washington Men a drive from Tacoma to Seattle which takes most people just under an hour That said I would not give up my very

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  • IRL Alumni Spotlight - Kate Smith » Community Rowing, Inc.
    successful well beyond what I could have imagined when I started coaching just over three years ago I began to use reflection as a coaching tool in 2013 when I started my year as a Fellow at the Institute for Rowing Leadership IRL At the IRL my classmates and I spent a full year of deep reflection on how we coach why we coach and how we can be better coaches By constantly analyzing and reviewing the choices I make as a coach from how I interact with an athlete to how I communicate with my staff members to how I rig a boat or which exercises I choose to incorporate in a core circuit I am unable to get stuck in a pattern of bad habits or even good habits that don t work in every scenario Having developed the ability to adapt my coaching to fit the athlete I ve been able to lead an array of athletes many of whom wouldn t be considered traditional athletes to find success and transform themselves through the sport of rowing The skills I learned at the IRL have helped to shape the continuously growing success of the public high school program I head at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School and come to bear daily in my position as the Assistant Director of Outreach at Community Rowing Inc CRI At both programs my colleagues and I work to share the skill of meaningful reflection to empower and transform the lives of more and more people through the sport of rowing The Institute for Rowing Leadership at Community Rowing Inc is the only sport specific post graduate level coaching education program in the USA The IRL provides an intensive yearlong Advanced Certificate in Rowing Leadership fellowship program for future leaders with a

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  • CRI Had a Great Day at HOCR! » Community Rowing, Inc.
    60 CRI 5 Angela Alton 49 CRI 4 Lee Ford 51 CRI 3 Mary White 54 CRI 2 Lisa Doucett 60 CRI 1 Jean Smith 64 CRI c Teina Lucas 58 CRI Men s Championship Singles 7th CRI L Wilhelm 13th CRI A Randall 15th CRI D Ringham Directors Challenge Parent Child Doubles 39th CRI 2 Eleanor D Horton 26 CRI 1 Frederick Horton 57 CRI Directors Challenge Mixed Doubles 36th CRI 2 Anna Harris 34 CRI 1 Robert Ezzell 62 CRI 38th CRI 2 Emma Webb 21 CRI 1 James Coyne 62 CRI Mixed Legs Trunk Arms Fours 2nd CRI 4 Andrew Johnson 25 CRI 3 Kyle Smith 21 CRI 2 susan murray 50 CRI 1 Rob Stidham 24 CRI c Avery Cohen 21 CRI Adaptive Inclusion 2x Exhibition 1st CRI 2 Johanna Beyer 34 CRI 1 Alexandria Chrumka 22 CRI 2nd CRI 2 Matthew McLaughlin 22 CRI 1 Joshua Crosby 41 CRI 3rd CRI 2 Katherine Barrett 23 CRI 1 Hilary Gehman 44 CRI 6th CRI 2 Kristina Gillis 26 CRI 1 Kathy Byington 54 CRI Mixed Same Gender Trunk Arms Doubles 2nd CRI 2 Callum Borchers 28 CRI 1 Isaac French 15 CRI Womens Club Singles 14th CRI C Sheehan Men s Youth Fours 41st CRI 4 Julian Hansen 17 CRI 3 Aidan Slack Watkins 17 CRI 2 Ryan Connon 18 CRI 1 Tomas Spiers 17 CRI c John Robinson 15 CRI Directors Challenge Women s Quads 24th CRI Quadesses 4 Biljana Beretich 44 CRI 3 Laura Davis 56 CRI 2 Ann redmon 53 CRI 1 Christin Lal 46 CRI 26th CRI 4 Martha Mance 60 CRI 3 Lisa Doucett 60 CRI 2 Melanie Allen 46 CRI 1 Cheryl Egan 61 CRI 34th CRI Quadrophenomenon 4 Theresa Welsh 52 CRI 3 Nancy Yannuzzi 59 CRI 2 Neeharika Mehta 51 CRI 1 Lisa Brem 53 CRI Men s Youth Eights 3rd CRI 8 Joe Carleo 17 CRI 7 David Babikian 18 CRI 6 Joseph Hajjar 17 CRI 5 BRENDAN JOYCE 16 CRI 4 Dominik Sobieszek 16 CRI 3 Jacob Heart 17 CRI 2 Alexander Ventouris 18 CRI 1 Nicholas Tumpowsky 17 CRI c Ed Dwyer 17 CRI coach Will Congram Men s Master Singles 4th CRI D Tennant 17th D Snowden Women s Master Singles 15th CRI E Yakimkina Men s Youth Doubles 39th CRI 2 Royce Pease 15 CRI 1 Diego Rao 15 CRI coach Andrew Voorhees CRI Women s Youth Fours 47th CRI 4 Julia Weiss 16 CRI 3 Eve Montie 17 CRI 2 Brianna Best 15 CRI 1 Alexandra Neeser 16 CRI c Jennifer Bindman 16 CRI Directors Challenge Men s Quads 32nd CRI Boom Boom 4 Whitney Hatch 60 CRI 3 George Hatch 57 CRI 2 Fred Whitridge 60 CRI 1 Robert Bettigole 61 CRI 33rd CRI Quad Squad 4 John Senner 54 CRI 3 Andrew Milia 56 CRI 2 James F Quirk 54 CRI 1 James Hadley 46 CRI Women s Youth Eights 12th CRI 8 Emma Luniewicz 16 CRI 7 Emily Spencer

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