Rowing Teams and Classes--Classes Suspended due to COVID -19
Learn to Row
A rower may compete as a masters rower from the beginning of the year during which he or she turns 21.
Dependent on the age they turn that year, the masters rower will then compete against others with the same average age in the respective category. The average and minimum age of a crew competing excludes that of the coxswain.
Masters rowing also focuses on the health and fitness benefits of rowing, socializing and forming friendships.
TMRC offers a great way to get started with rowing! Once you complete a "Learn to Row" class you can jump right in with others who are new to rowing and receive excellent coaching to move your forward with the skills you need to compete--or simply enjoy rowing with friends!
The aim of a masters rower can be everything from recreational rowing to competing at regattas. US Rowing has a special category for novice rowers so you can compete in regattas with others who are new to the sport!
Each spring TMRC offers a series of clinics that are designed to help those who have an interest in the sport the opportunity to try out rowing!
Whether you are looking to try a new sport or refresh your sculling skills, TMRC Learn-to-Row sessions offer a chance to get on the water, meet new friends and learn the skills to keep you rowing for the rest of your life. Watch the Video below to Learn more about rowing!