High School Rowing
In winter of 2021, rowing is taking place in singles only. Returning SRA members with at least one year of experience on the high school team, including 2020 novices, are eligible. Novice programs, including for middle school rowers going into 9th grade, remain suspended. To subscribe to SRA’s newsletter and receive updates, email email@example.com and include the word “subscribe” in the subject line.
Sammamish Rowing Association’s high school team is a nationally competitive rowing program that forms kids into young adults and develops teen athletes who value sportsmanship, fitness, commitment, teamwork, and discipline. SRA rowers have earned more than 20 regional championships, placed in the top ten at Youth Nationals, and been recruited to row at NCAA Division I, II, and III colleges. SRA alumni have represented the United States at World Championships and the Olympics. At Sammamish Rowing Association, the athletes of today become the leaders of tomorrow.
Rowers in their first year of high-school rowing, including those who rowed in middle school, join the novice team. After a year of novice rowing, they move to the experienced team. Individuals with small bodies but big personalities have the opportunity to become coxswains, vital members of the team who steer boats, relay coach commands during practice, and execute race plans during competition.
Rowers on SRA’s high school team practice on weekdays after school and compete in regattas on the weekends. Experienced-team rowers have an additional practice on Saturday mornings. Rowers spend most days on the water but also participate in “land days” that include working out on rowing machines, running, and strength training.
Rowing is a year-round sport at SRA, with both fall and spring seasons.
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