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Sammamish Rowing Association’s masters programs are for adults of all ages, fitness levels, and experience levels. Whether you are an expert rower or have never touched an oar before, SRA has a program for you.
Beginner rowers go through SRA’s Learn to Row series to become proficient in a variety of boats. After completing Learn to Row, rowers can row independently in club-owned small boats or can join one of SRA’s four masters teams, spending one to two years on the novice squad before moving to the experienced team.
All four masters teams welcome both recreational and competitive rowers. Competitive rowers represent SRA at local, regional, and national regattas. The teams are distinguished primarily by their different practice times, but each team has its own personality and culture. All masters teams practice three days a week, with coaches providing optional land-based workouts on the off-days for rowers who wish to build fitness, stamina, and a competitive edge.
Team practice times
2020 fees (regatta fees not included)
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