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Haven’t rowed before? We’ve got you covered with great introductory programs, amazing coaching staff and an even better community.

For adults (18+), we recommend Adult Learn to Row or Adult Rowing League. For those 12-17 years old, we recommend Discover Rowing Day Camp or Junior Development. These programs will teach you the basics of rowing, water safety, and more to set your rowing journey in motion!

From there, we recommend you check out Club Rowing, or our Competitive programs to hone your skills.

Discover Rowing Camps and Adult Learn to Row Programs
Ages: Various
No experience required
Never rowed before? These programs are for you. Learn the basics of rowing, water safety and more!

Winter Training Membership
Ages: All Ages
Various Experience Required
NEW! 2024 Winter Training, ORC has partnered with Underground Strength & Conditioning for our Juniors and Masters/Club rowers.

Club Rowing
Ages: 18+
Beginners & experienced rowers welcome
Get your workout in or hone your skills! Perfect for those with rowing experience.

Adult Rowing League
Ages: 18+
Beginners & experienced rowers welcome
Meet with your crew for weekly practices in preparation for the race weeks!

Competitive Programs
Ages: Various
Recreational, or other club experience required
Compete against other clubs at various regattas and more committed training schedules.

All Programs

Learn to Row Programs

Ο No Experience Required – Δ Experience Required

Ο Discover Rowing Day Camp

Age: 12-17
Experience: No Experience Required

Rowing is not only a fun activity but also a valuable experience that can enrich lives in numerous ways. Whether your child is looking for a new hobby, a way to stay active, or a chance to connect with others, our Discover Rowing Camp offers something special for youth ages 12-17 in the heart of the city.

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Rowing encourages teamwork and collaboration and it’s a great way to improve fitness. Our Summer Camp takes place on the beautiful Ottawa River with fantastic views of surrounding areas – it’s like a cottage in the heart of downtown! Campers can challenge themselves to learn and improve their skills while having fun and making friends who share similar interests. The camp is run from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, except on public holidays, by experienced instructors who are qualified in first aid and CPR.

For campers who enjoy this introduction to the sport, The Ottawa Rowing Club offers opportunities to continue rowing at both recreational and competitive levels.

*must be able to swim*

Previous experience required:
No experience required, returning summer youth day camp rowers welcomed.

Age Categories: Youth (12-17 years old)

2024 Camp Weeks:

Week 1:  July 2nd – 5th (no camp on July 1st) Week 5: August 6th – 9th (no camp on August 5th)
Week 2: July 8th – 12th Week 6: August 12th – 16th
Week 3: July 15th – 19th (GIRLS ONLY) Week 7: August 19th – 23rd
Week 4: July 22nd – 26th Week 8: August 26th – 30th

Pricing:

One Week Camp $390.00  ($312.00 for Weeks 1 and 5)
Rowing Canada Aviron Fee $60.84

Please note: Registration will begin in February 2024. Registration is a two step process. You must sign up for an RCA account and pay the RCA & Row Ontario fee annually, which will send you to our registration portal where you can sign up for your desired program. For those with an up-to-date RCA & Row Ontario Registration, you may continue directly to step 2.

The program fee does not include Rowing Canada Aviron association fee.

Inquiries: ORC Admin – rowing@ottawarowingclub.com

Ο Adult Learn to Row

Age: 18+
Experience: No Experience Required

Learn the basics of rowing with a class of approximately 10 people. Learn parts of the stroke, parts of the boat, as well as water safety. Lessons take place on rowing machines, and on water.

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Lessons are 2 hours, held on 5 weekday evenings spaced over two weeks – Tuesday-Thursday-Friday-Tuesday-Thursday at 6:00pm.

You will join a class of approx. 10 participants. Instruction begins with parts of the stroke, parts of the boat, and water safety. Lessons continue on rowing machines and dockside rowing. The majority of time is on the water with the coach along side the crew in a motor boat. You learn to balance the boat and how to move it through the water as a crew.

Previous experience required:
No experience required

Age Categories: Adult (18+)

2023 Start Dates & Sessions:

June 13th – June 22nd July 25th – August 3rd
June 27th – July 6th August 15 – August 24th
July 11th – July 20th  

Pricing:

Adult Learn to Row $330.00
RCA & Row Ontario Fee $60.84

Please note: Registration is a two step process. You must sign up for an RCA account and pay the RCA & Row Ontario fee annually, which will send you to our registration portal where you can sign up for your desired program. For those with an up-to-date RCA & Row Ontario Registration, you may continue directly to step 2.

The program fee does not include Rowing Canada and RowOntario association fee.

Inquiries: ORC Admin – rowing@ottawarowingclub.com

Δ Junior Development

Age Categories: U15, U17, and U19 (12-18yrs)
Experience: High School Novice, Youth Camp

The program continues to teach the fundamentals of rowing, including coxing technique and boat safety, as well as basic concepts of physical well-being including hydration, diet, flexibility, and core strength for rowing, further preparing developing junior rowers to advance to the Junior Competitive Program if they wish.

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The U19, U17 and U15 summer and fall rowing programs are for all experienced junior rowers who have participated in Junior Learn to Row or Youth Crew Summer Program or Spring High School Rowing.

The program is taught in a fun and supportive environment with a goal of continuing to develop a solid foundation of skills. Participants are introduced to basic measures of fitness and strength on the rowing machine and encouraged to work as a crew toward collective goals on the water.

Previous experience required:
High School Novice, Youth Camp

Age Categories: U23 (19-22), Senior (23+)

2023 Dates & Sessions:
Spring: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays at 4:00pm to 5:45pm.
Summer: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays at 8:30am to 10:30am.
Fall: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays at 4:00pm to 5:45pm.

Prices:

Spring (April 16th to June 18th) Closed
Summer (June 19th to August 19th) Closed
Fall (August 20th to November (Closing)) Closed
Coxie (April 16th to November (Closing)) RCA & Row Ontario Fees
RCA & Row Ontario Fee $60.84

Please note: Registration is a two step process. You must sign up for an RCA account and pay the RCA & Row Ontario fee annually, which will send you to our registration portal where you can sign up for your desired program. For those with an up-to-date RCA & Row Ontario Registration, you may continue directly to step 2.

The program fee does not include Rowing Canada and RowOntario association fee.

Inquiries: 
Andrew Thompson, Greg Brown
ORC Admin: rowing@ottawarowingclub.com

Ο Special Olympics Ontario (Greater Ottawa Rowing Program)

Age Categories: 12+
Experience: No experience Required

Attention Special Olympics athletes! If you’re looking to try out a new sport, and love being on the water, then this is the program for you! We’re very excited to offer a Special Olympics Partner Program this summer at the Ottawa Rowing Club for anyone who would like to learn how to row. Individuals of all abilities aged 12 and up are welcome to join, provided they are comfortable on/around water.

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Program practices will include a combination of dry-land activities and on-water sessions, dependent on weather. Two different sessions will run throughout the summer, on Wednesday evenings and Thursday mornings. Groups will be capped at 10 participants each to ensure proper coach-to-athlete ratios on the water.

Previous experience required:
No Experience Required

Age Categories: 12+

2023 Dates & Sessions:
Season: June 28th – August 24th
Day/Time: Wednesdays 4:00pm – 5:30 pm OR Thursdays 8:30am – 10:00am

Prices:

Season (June 28th to August 24th) Closed

The program fee includes the Rowing Canada and RowOntario association fee.

Regattas: All travel expenses, accommodations, regatta fees and boat trailering fees are in addition to program fees.

Inquiries: 
Marley: everybodyrows@ottawarowingclub.com

Recreational Programs

Ο No Experience Required – Δ Experience Required

Δ Club Rowing

Age: 18+
Experience: Adult Learn to Row, Adult Rowing League or past experience at the ORC or other club.

Experience rowing at the Ottawa Rowing Club. Program coaches organize the group to row together in crew boats. A great way to meet new people and get your workout too! Club rowers may participate in recreational events offered at the Head of the Madawaska, Head of the Rideau, and Head of the Trent Regattas. Club Rowing was previously known as Recreational.

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Gliding on the Ottawa River, passing beneath the Parliament Buildings, in front of the Museum of History, past the Rideau Canal and the Rideau Falls, meeting the Gatineau River and going around Kettle Island are all parts of the club rowing experience at the Ottawa Rowing Club. The club program lead coaches organize the group to row together in crew boats, a great way to meet new people and get in a workout too.

Club rowers row Monday and Wednesday evening at 6:00 pm, and Sunday morning at 8:00 am. Club rowers have the opportunity to participate in recreational events offered at the Head of the Madawaska, Head of the Rideau and Head of the Trent Regattas.

Previous experience required:
Learn to Row, Adult Rowing League or past experience at the ORC or other club.

Age Categories: Adult (18+)

2023 Dates & Sessions:
Mondays & Wednesdays: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Sundays: 8:00am – 10:00am

Prices:

Full Season (April 16th to November (Closing)) Closed
Spring & Summer (April 16th to August 19th) Closed
Fall (August 20th to November (Closing)) Closed
Coxie (April 16th to November (Closing)) RCA & Row Ontario Fees
Guest One month Pass (Experienced Rowers) Closed
RCA & Row Ontario Fee $60.84

Please note: Registration is a two step process. You must sign up for an RCA account and pay the RCA & Row Ontario fee annually, which will send you to our registration portal where you can sign up for your desired program. For those with an up-to-date RCA & Row Ontario Registration, you may continue directly to step 2.

The program fee does not include Rowing Canada and RowOntario association fee.

Inquiries: ORC Admin – rowing@ottawarowingclub.com

Ο Adult Rowing League

Age: 18+
Experience: Beginner and experienced rowers.

Learn the basics of rowing. The Adult Rowing League (ARL) includes dry land, and on water lessons to teach you rowing basics including safety, terminology, and proper form. crews meet once a week on weekday evenings in May, June and July.

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Six weekly practices are held starting in May on the night of your choice (Tuesdays or Wednesdays or Thursdays at 6:00pm). Practices will be designed to get you ready for July race nights!

In July, all crews meet on Thursday evenings (6:00pm) for races – some 200 rowers! Races are 800m in length, running in front of the boathouse from Parliament Hill to the Macdonald-Cartier Bridge. An announcer calls the races, Food is available on site and the bar is open.

Previous experience required:
No experience required.

Age Categories: Adult (18+)

2023 ARL Schedule &  Sessions:

Orientation Night
Thursday, May 18 – Meet your crews! Meet your coaches! 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. ORC
 
ARL Practice nights: 6pm – 8:30pm
May 23, 24, 25 – First week of practice
May 30, 31 and June 1 – Second week of practice
June 6, 7, 8 – Third week of practice
June 13, 14, 15 – Fourth week of practice
June 20, 21, 22 – Fifth week of practice
 
Inclement weather Make-Up Nights (for crews that miss practice due to inclement weather):
June 27, 28, 29 – Make up rain week

Race Nights (ALL crews) 6pm – 9pm, Thursday evenings only
Thursday, July 6, 13, 20, 27 – RACE NIGHTS

Prices:

Adult Rowing League $372.00
RCA & Row Ontario Fee $60.84

Please note: Registration is a two step process. You must sign up for an RCA account and pay the RCA & Row Ontario fee annually, which will send you to our registration portal where you can sign up for your desired program. For those with an up-to-date RCA & Row Ontario Registration, you may continue directly to step 2.

The program fee does not include Rowing Canada and RowOntario association fee.

Inquiries: Evelyn Ullyott Hayes- arl@ottawarowingclub.com

Competitive Programs

Ο No Experience Required – Δ Experience Required

Δ Junior Competitive

Age Categories: U19 (14-18)
Experience: Junior Development or High School rowing. Winter training is recommended.

Junior competitive rowers train to compete in 2000m and head races and commit to the training program, workout sessions and regattas. Crews and regatta entries will be determined by the coach(es) based on on-the-water performance, and erg test scores.

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Dates
Competitive rowing practice times and dates are confirmed by the coach(es). They are generally scheduled five to six times a week.  Monday through Friday, and Saturday mornings at 5:30-7:00am.

Junior rowers can row for their Highschool in the spring April to June 15 and then continue through the summer and fall in the ORC junior program.

Previous experience required:
Junior Competitive Development or High School rowing. Winter training is recommended.

Age Categories: U23 (19-22), Senior (23+)

2023 Dates and Sessions:

Full Season (April 16th to November (Closing)) Summer (June 19th to August 19th)
Spring (See Highschool Rowing) Fall (August 20th to November (Closing))

Prices:

Full Season (April 16th to November (Closing)) Closed
Spring (See Highschool Rowing) Closed
Summer (June 19th to August 19th) Closed
Fall (August 20th to November (Closing)) Closed
Coxie (April 16th to November (Closing)) RCA & Row Ontario Fees
RCA & Row Ontario Fee $60.84

Please note: Registration is a two step process. You must sign up for an RCA account and pay the RCA & Row Ontario fee annually, which will send you to our registration portal where you can sign up for your desired program. For those with an up-to-date RCA & Row Ontario Registration, you may continue directly to step 2.

The program fee does not include Rowing Canada and RowOntario association fee or Regatta Fees. 

Regatta Fees: Athletes are expected to attend all regattas during a competitive season. Regatta fees (trailering – gas, coach accommodations, coach per diem) are dependent on the total number of athletes attending as it is cost shared. Athletes will pay all regatta fees prior to going to each regatta.

  • One Day Regatta: Regatta Fees approx $20 -$40 / Entry fees are race dependent $25 – $100 / Parent carpool athletes
  • Two Day Regatta: Regatta Fees approx. $35-$65 / Entry Fees are race dependent $25-$100/ Accommodations and bus organized by club $300-400
  • Henley Week: Regatta Fees approx. $25-$50 / Entry Fees are race dependent $25-$200 / Accommodations at Brock Univ residences $400-$500 / Parents carpool athletes

 

Inquiries:
U19 Jr. Women and Men: TBD
ORC Admin: rowing@ottawarowingclub.com

Δ U23 & Senior Competitive

Age Categories: U23 (19-22), Senior (23+)
Experience: Competitive, High School, University, Junior Development, or Recreational rowing. Winter Training is recommended.

Competitive rowers train a minimum of 6 days a week and are those who train to compete in 2000m and head races. Competitive rowers commit to a training program, workout sessions and regattas.  Crews and regatta entries will be determined by the coach(es) based on on-the-water performance, and erg test scores. 

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Competitive rowing practice times are confirmed by the coach(es), but are generally scheduled daily at 5:00 am and some evenings, Monday through Friday and on Saturday morning, April through November.

Previous experience required:
Competitive, High School, University, Junior Competitive Development, or Recreational rowing. Winter Training is recommended.

Age Categories: U23 (19-22), Senior (23+)

2023 Dates & Sessions:

Full Season (April 16th to November (Closing)) Fall (August 20th to November (Closing))
Spring & Summer (April 16th to August 19th)  

Prices:

Full Season (April 16th to November (Closing)) Closed
Spring & Summer (April 16th to August 19th) Closed
Fall (August 2th to November (Closing)) Closed
Coxie (April 16th to November (Closing)) RCA & Row Ontario Fees
RCA & Row Ontario Fee $60.84

Please note: Registration is a two step process. You must sign up for an RCA account and pay the RCA & Row Ontario fee annually, which will send you to our registration portal where you can sign up for your desired program. For those with an up-to-date RCA & Row Ontario Registration, you may continue directly to step 2.

The program fee does not include Rowing Canada and RowOntario association fee or Regatta Fees. 

Regatta Fees: Athletes are expected to attend all regattas during a competitive season. Regatta fees (trailering – gas, coach accommodations, coach per diem) are dependent on the number of athletes attending as it is cost shared. Athletes will pay all regatta fees prior to going to each regatta.

  • One Day Regatta: Regatta Fees approx $20 -$40 / Entry fees are race dependent $25 – $100 / Transportation expense
  • Two Day Regatta: Regatta Fees approx. $35-$65 / Entry Fees are race dependent $25-$100/ Accommodations and transportation expense
  • Henley Week: Regatta Fees approx. $25-$50 / Entry Fees are race dependent $25-$200 / Accommodations and transportation expense

 

Inquiries:
U23 & Sr. Women’s Coach: Zak Lewis – zak@ottawarowingclub.com
U23 & Sr. Men’s Coach: Ed Fournier – seniormen@ottawarowingclub.com

Δ Masters Competitive

Age Categories: Masters (21+)
Experience: Recreational, Competitive, or past experience at the ORC or other club.

If fitting in 6-12 workouts a week around family and work isn’t a possibility but you still want to improve your rowing skill, train in a group atmoshpere doing organized on water workouts in crew boats and compete in regattas, the masters program may be a perfect fit! The Masters rowing program allows for flexibility with training and competition. 

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Masters will be provided with a training plan for the season, adapted to the amount of days they train a week (dryland and on-the-water), their skill level and rowing experience, and competition participation for the seasonMasters can choose to compete at RowOntario Masters, Henley Masters, Head of the Madawaska, Head of the Rideau, Head of the Charles, Canadian Masters.

Previous experience required:
Recreational, Competitive, or past experience at the ORC or other club.

Age Categories: Masters (21+)

2023 Dates & Sessions:

Mondays & Wednesdays: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Saturday: 8:30am – 10:30am

Prices:

Full Season (May to November) Closed
Spring & Summer (Opening to August 26) Closed
Fall (August 27 to November) Closed
Coxie (May to November) RCA & Row Ontario Fees
RCA & Row Ontario Fee $60.84

Please note: Registration is a two step process. You must sign up for an RCA account and pay the RCA & Row Ontario fee annually, which will send you to our registration portal where you can sign up for your desired program. For those with an up-to-date RCA & Row Ontario Registration, you may continue directly to step 2.

The program fee does not include Rowing Canada and RowOntario association fee and Regatta fees. 

Regatta Fees: Athletes are expected to attend all regattas during a competitive season. Regatta fees (trailering – gas, coach accommodations, coach per diem) are dependent on the number of athletes attending as it is cost shared. Athletes will pay all regatta fees prior to going to each regatta.

  • One Day Regatta: Regatta Fees approx $20 -$40 / Entry fees are race dependent $25 – $100 / Transportation expense
  • Two Day Regatta: Regatta Fees approx. $35-$65 / Entry Fees are race dependent $25-$100/ Accommodations and transportation expenses
  • Henley Week: Regatta Fees approx. $25-$50 / Entry Fees are race dependent $25-$200 / Accommodations and transportation expenses

 

Inquiries:
Jennifer Jones: coachjennjones@gmail.com
ORC Head Coach: Zak Lewis – zak@ottawarowingclub.com 

Δ High School Competitive Program

Age Categories: Highscool (13-17)
Experience: Novice and experienced rowers

Highschool Rowing provides the opportunity for students to learn to row and compete with their classmates. The ORC is a proud supporter of the Ashbury, Canterbury, Glebe, and Lisgar rowing teams.  We also proudly support students from other Ottawa area school who wish to row high school in the spring.

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The high school (U19/U17/U15) season starts April and ends June 19

There are local Highschool regattas for all athletes to compete at and CSSRA for the more experienced rowers, which is held at the end of May.

Previous experience required:
Novice and Experienced rowers.

Age Categories: Highschool (13-17)

Dates and Options
Spring – High School Competitive (See Junior Competitive)
Dates and times are confirmed by coach(es). Generally scheduled five to six days a week. Monday through Friday, and Saturday mornings at 5:30am-7:00am.

Spring – High School Competitive Development (See Junior Competitive Development)
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays at 4:00pm to 5:30pm.

Prices:

Spring (April 16th to June 18th) Closed
Coxie (April 16th to November (Closing)) RCA & Row Ontario Fees
RCA & Row Ontario Fee $60.84

Please note: Registration is a two step process. You must sign up for an RCA account and pay the RCA & Row Ontario fee annually, which will send you to our registration portal where you can sign up for your desired program. For those with an up-to-date RCA & Row Ontario Registration, you may continue directly to step 2.

The program fee does not include Rowing Canada and RowOntario association fee or Regatta fees.

Regatta Fees: Athletes are expected to attend all regattas during a competitive season. Regatta fees (trailering – gas, coach accommodations, coach per diem) are dependent on the number of athletes attending as it is cost shared. Athletes will pay all regatta fees prior to going to each regatta.

  • One Day Regatta: Regatta Fees approx $20 -$40 / Entry fees are race dependent $25 – $100 / Parent carpool athletes at own expense.
  • Two Day Regatta: Regatta Fees approx. $35-$65 / Entry Fees are race dependent $25-$100/ Accommodations and bus organized by club $300-400
  • CSSRA: Regatta Fees approx. $25-$50 / Entry Fees are race dependent $25-$200 / Accommodations at Brock Univ residences $250-$350 / Parents carpool athletes at own expense

 

Inquiries:
ORC Head Coach: Zak Lewis – zak@ottawarowingclub.com
ORC Admin:  rowing@ottawarowingclub.com

ΟΔ University – Novice and Varsity

Age Categories: University (No Age Limit) Experience: Various. See below.
Δ Varsity: Previous Experience Required
Ο Novice: No Experience Required.

University rowing is for registrants of Carleton University or uOttawa. The program offers an excellent opportunity to build rowing skills, while training with university peers and to access both on-water and drylands training and conditioning. 

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Carleton and uOttawa Varsity Training Camps are scheduled for last week of August of each year. Novice Try-Out Camp is held during the first week of September. The fee to participate in the Novice Try-Out Camp is $100. This fee is non-refundable and will be applied to the Fall University program if continuing.

University rowing is for registrants of Carleton University or uOttawa. The program offers an excellent opportunity to build rowing skills, while training with university peers and to access both on-water and drylands training and conditioning. Participation in the fall university racing seasons, pending crew selections, includes PD Ross, Head of the Rideau, Head of the Trent, Ontario University Championships, Canadian University Championships.

Previous experience required:
Novice and Experienced rowers.

Age Categories: University (No Age Limit)

Dates: Dates and times coordinated by the Coaches of University of Ottawa or Carleton University.

Prices:

Try Out Camp (One Week) Closed
University Fall Season (Incl. Camp- September 4th to November (Closing)) Closed
Coxie (April 16th to November (Closing)) RCA & Row Ontario Fees
RCA & Row Ontario Fee $60.84

Please note: Registration is a two step process. You must sign up for an RCA account and pay the RCA & Row Ontario fee annually, which will send you to our registration portal where you can sign up for your desired program. For those with an up-to-date RCA & Row Ontario Registration, you may continue directly to step 2.

The program fee does not include Rowing Canada and RowOntario association fee or Regatta fees.

Regatta Fees: Athletes are expected to attend all regattas during a competitive season. Regatta fees (trailering – gas, coach accommodations, coach per diem) are dependent on the number of athletes attending as it is cost shared. Athletes will pay all regatta fees prior to going to each regatta. Depending on your University and status, the costs may vary. Discuss this with your coaches.

  • One Day Regatta: Regatta Fees approx $20 -$40 / Entry fees are race dependent.
  • Two Day Regatta: Regatta Fees approx. $35-$65 / Entry Fees are race dependent / Athletes make accommodations and travel plans

 

Inquiries:
Head Coach Carleton Ravens Rowing: Ed Fournier – rowcoachfournier@gmail.com
Head Coach U Ottawa Gee Gees Men’s Rowing: Kate Gorsline – mrowing@uottawa.ca

Head Coach U Ottawa Gee Gees Women’s Rowing: Stu McKenzie – wrowing@uottawa.ca

Indoor Training

Ο No Experience Required – Δ Experience Required

Ο  Winter Training Membership

Age: Junior, Masters and Club rowers
Experience: All levels 

ORC has partnered with Underground Strength & Conditioning for our Juniors and Masters/Club rowers for the winter!!!
 
You can check out the schedule on Underground Strength & Conditioning  website
Address in Little Italy 957 Gladstone Ave – Free parking available.
 
 
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20 Ergs have been set up on the side of the gym for access anytime during regular hours and shared with USC gym members.
The Ergs will be moved to the side of the gym for our group sessions – exclusive use of ORC.
 
Strength sessions will be lead by USC staff
Gym etiquette is expected (clean up sweat puddles, no outdoor shoes, no loud music that will disturb other gym users)
 
 
Membership Period January 1st to April 30th 2024
We need a minimum of 10 participants per program to proceed
 
For Masters & Club the maximum registration is 20 participants – first come first serve
Masters & Club can choose Erg Only or Erg + Strength Training
 
Full Schedule with all available Erg Times For ORC use
 
Junior Coached Erg and Strength Training Sessions $295 (HST incl)
MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT SUN
  Erg 6 – 6:50 am Strength 6:30 to 7:30 pm   Erg 6 – 6:50 am Strength 11:00 am to 12:00 pm  
 
 
Masters/Club Coached Erg sessions Only  $98 (HST incl)
Masters/Club Coached Erg and Strength Training  $98 + $299  (HST incl)
MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT SUN
Strength 7:30 to 8:30 pm     Erg 6 – 6:50 am   Strength 12:00 to 1:00 pm
Erg 8 – 8:50 am