Rowing is a total body workout that builds physical and mental stamina. If you join our team you will get in great shape!
We are a competitive co-ed team for high school students, whit rowers from many different schools.
Our team’s ambition is to compete nationally and internationally. Many of our former rowers go on to row in college.
Join DCNRC for the summer season!
Join us for a great summer on the water! We will be offering three programs this summer: Competitive, Technique and Learn To Row.
Practice dates/times: M-F 4:30-7:00, Saturday 9:00-12:00 and mornings (virtual) Tu + Th 7:00-7:45
Dates: June 16-July 18th
Races: July 2-3 Independence Day Regatta (Philadelphia), July 13-18 Club Nationals (Camden, NJ)
Cost: $800 (transportation and hotels for races not included)
The competitive program is open to rowers who have at least one season of experience under their belts. The program will be focused on preparing rowers to compete and excel at the two high level races we will be attending. To that end we will concentrate on improving our rowers' technique, strength and conditioning and mental game. Full attendance is expected of rowers who sign up for this program. This is open to graduating seniors.
3 days per week M, W, F
Practice dates/times: M, W, F 4:30-7:00
Dates: June 21-July 30th, no practice the week of July 12-16
Cost: $150 per week
The technique camp is open to any rower who has either completed a learn to row program or has one season of rowing experience. As the name suggests this camp's focus is on helping rowers develop more effective rowing strokes. We will use regular video reviews to build awareness of what effective technique looks like and shape our rowers' skills. The camp sign up is week by week.
Learn to row
Dates and times:
LTR 1 June 19-June 20 1PM-5PM
LTR 2 July 24-25 1PM-5PM
LTR 3 August 2-5 4:30-6:30 PM
LTR 4 August 21-22 1-5 PM
Cost: $175 per session
These camps offer participants an introduction to the sport of rowing. This program is for rising 8-11th graders that want to try out something new, be on the water, stay fit, and ignite a spark for rowing before joining us in August for the Fall Season. This is a great way for athletes to get to know the team, the coaches, and learn the basics of rowing before the start of the Fall Season. Rowers who participate in the learn to row will also be able to participate in our technique camps.
For any questions please email Julian at firstname.lastname@example.org
We conduct our water training on the upper Potomac River and row out of Calleva during the fall and spring seasons.
13015 Rileys Lock Road, Germantown, Maryland 20874, United States