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TRRA Summer Rowing

Youth and U23 Summer Rowing

Three Rivers, One City

Summer is an incredible time to row in Pittsburgh. Three Rivers Rowing Association offers several different programs to allow rowers of all skill levels the opportunity to experience summer rowing in Pittsburgh.  To discuss our summer offerings in detail please contact Matt Grau at mattgrau@threeriversrowing.org.  

 

Competitive Racing Camp – Juniors

Open to junior/high school athletes that are seeking a highly competitive, race-driven environment; coach recommendation expected.  Training and racing will take place in all boat classes, though the camp will take advantage of good weather conditions to spend time in small boats.  Rowers should be adept at both sweep and sculling, or willing to learn.  All athletes who participate in this camp should be prepared to pursue an ambitious training schedule in a competitive environment.

 

 

 

Cost and Dates

$750 camp cost (race fees not included)
June 13th – July 30th

Practice Schedule

All: Monday – Saturday 6:30–9:30 AM
Men: Monday/Wednesday 3:30–5:30 PM
Women: Tuesday/Thursday 3:30–5:30 PM

Races

Independence Day Regatta (6/29–6/30)
RowOntario Championships (7/28–7/29)

Sculling Development Camps

Open to junior/high school that have completed at least one season of rowing.  TRRA will be offering three 2-week sessions.  The focus of these camps is on sculling skills, particularly in small boats.  Rowers do not have to have any prior experience sculling, but they do need to have completed at least one rowing season.  Though these camps will focus on skill building there will still be a significant training component.  Athletes should be prepared to work hard mentally and physically.

Cost and Dates

$350 session cost
Session 1: 6/18-6/29
Session 2: 7/9-7/20
Session 3: 7/30-8/10

Practice Schedule

Monday–Friday 7:00–10:00 AM

Learn-to-Row/Introduction-to-Rowing Camps

Open to any athlete who will be in 4th–12th grade; no experience is necessary.  TRRA will be offering six one-week LTR/ITR camps.  The Learn-to-Row Camps will focus on rising 8th through 12th grade students while the Introduction-to-Rowing Camps will focus on rising 4th–7th grade students.  These camps are open to both experienced and inexperienced athletes.  The focus for these camps is learning and fun.  Athletes will be taught the proper way to row on the water and indoors and will also learn boat-handling and rowing safety skills.  Athletes can choose to participate in the full-day or half-day program.

 

 

 

 

Cost and Dates

$225/week for half-day
$385/week for full day 

Session 1: 6/18-6/22
Session 2: 6/25-6/29
Session 3: 7/9-7/13
Session 4: 7/16-7/20
Session 5: 7/30-8/3
Session 6: 8/6-8/10

Practice Schedule

Full Day: 9:30 AM–3:30 PM (bring your own lunch)
Half Day: 9:30 AM–12:30 PM

Competitive Racing Camp – U23/Open

Open to college athletes and recent graduates that are seeking a highly competitive, race-driven environment; coach recommendation expected.  Training and racing will take place in all boat classes, though the camp will take advantage of good weather conditions to spend time in small boats.  Rowers should be adept at both sweep and sculling, or willing to learn.  In order to keep costs down, athletes will receive three days of coaching a week.  They will also have access to all TRRA fitness facilities and the boat reservation system. All athletes who participate in this camp should be prepared to pursue an ambitious training schedule in a competitive environment.

Cost and Dates

$375 camp cost (race fees not included)
June 13th–July 30th

Practice Schedule

Coached Sessions: Monday/Wednesday/Friday  6:30–9:30 AM
Additional Access: TRRA ergs, weight rooms, and boat reservation system

Races

Independence Day Regatta (6/29–6/30)
RowOntario Championships (7/28–7/29)

Pre-Season Camp

Open to junior/high School athletes who are preparing for the fall racing season. The focus of this camp will be on small boat skills.  The camp will lay the groundwork for technical skills that are important for the fall. A significant amount of time will be spent on drills and technical work, and the training plan will focus on transitioning athletes from summer rowing to fall training.  All athletes who participate in this camp should plan to spend a lot of time in small boats and be open to analyzing their stroke through video review.

 

 

 

Cost and Dates

$275 camp cost
August 1st–August 14th

 Practice Schedule

Monday–Saturday 6:30–9:30 AM
Monday/Wednesday 3:30–5:30 PM (optional afternoons)

Please contact the office at (412)231-8772 or email Matt Grau with any questions