JANUARY ROWING CAMP
Inspire a Better Experience — The goal of the camp is to give dedicated and competitive rowers inspiration and instruction from some of the most successful rowers in the sport today to grow as an athlete and improve their rowing experience. Rowing has an impact on all of our lives, we hope this camp will enhance that impact while providing more self-confidence with long term goals and short term challenges.
GUEST COaches and speakers Confirmed
Variety of Influence — We hope more experiences shared with the athletes will lead to more self-belief.
Camp COaches Confirmed
Who should attend
Male and Female Rowers — Our hope is to share this opportunity with the best rowers in the country as well as those just starting their high school rowing journey. All rowers must have one season of experience to attend, currently enrolled in high school, and rowing is priority in their life to keep the focus on the sport itself.
Camp Items for success
What to Pack — Running shoes, flip flops, water bottle, sunglasses and rowing attire. It could be cold or foggy, athletes should pack to be prepared for cold, rain or fog.Breakfast is provided at the hotel for overnight rowers. Lunch, dinner and snacks are the responsibility of the rower.
Where is it held
Marin Rowing — MRA is a high school and masters world-class training facility located in Greenbrae, CA. Their junior program is consistently ranked top 10 in the country. It houses RP3 ergs, C2 ergs, an outdoor weight space, three boat bays of sculling and sweep equipment to maximize the teaching approaches of instructors.
Jan 2-6 — Two on the water sessions per day. Some erging and weights accompany the water sessions. Subject to change prior to the start of camp.
Jan. 2 from 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Jan. 3 from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Jan. 4 from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Jan. 5 from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Jan. 6 from 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Guest Coach/Speaker Schedule
Jan. 2nd PM - Alice Lee
Jan. 3rd AM - Erin Cafaro Mackenzie
Jan. 3rd PM - Bryan Volpenhein
Jan. 4th AM - Will Daly
Jan. 4th PM - Colette Lucas-Conwell
Jan. 5th AM - Caroline Lind Shald
Jan. 5th PM - Pete Cipollone
Jan. 6th AM - TBD
Transportation to Camp
Getting to Marin — Day campers will be responsible for their own transportation. Over night campers will work with Strokewise to arrange transportation from San Francisco or Oakland airport.
Lunch & Dinner
Tons of Options — There are two shopping center close by that have several restaurants and grocery stores for the athletes to chose. They are Bon Air Center and The Village at Corte Madera.
Marin Suites — Day campers will be responsible for their own transportation. It is a one mile walk from Marin Suite to Marin Boathouse. It is safe walk in a residential neighborhood athletes often run. Camp director and a female counselor will stay at the hotel with athletes.
Family Responsibility — Injuries or illnesses that occur during the camp requiring medical care or hospitalization are the responsibility of the family, not Strokewise.