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College rowers around the club and on the water in April

Training for the University of Melbourne intercollegiate regatta has commenced culminating with the regatta day on the May 4th.

It’s worth noting that whilst some crews are ex-school rowers with plenty of experience many have never rowed before and will be getting a crash course in sweep rowing before competing in that first regatta in less than a month.

This year RRC has leased 2 of our 8’s out to the college crews (the Shouten Family and the Jennifer Campbell). The crews are expected to be training regularly on weekday mornings and occasionally over the weekend or other times. However the 8’s will be available to us as part of our regular training sessions in the evenings (Tuesday and Thursday) and on Sunday morning.

With RRC and MLC leasing fleet to the intercollegiate rowing this year there will be a number of new faces around the club over the next month. That’s a lot of potential new members so make them feel welcome.

They have been reminded to use the log book but please check the boats are all on the racks before you lock the RRC shed up.

More information on the intercollegiate various sports including rowing can be found here:
http://www.sport.unimelb.edu.au/CollegeSport

Recruiting a head coach

RRC HD logo

I am excited to announce we are now actively recruiting for a head coach to join our team of volunteer coaches and work alongside the Head of Rowing to manage and implement a rowing program for the upcoming season.

Check out the attachment for the detailed job description and how to apply. Contact rowing@richmondrowing.com.au for more information.

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Rio Rowing Olympics Viewing

Rio Olympic finals

We will be gathering at the rowing club to watch the final day of racing at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Will Australia’s own Kim Brennan continue her success from the World cup in the single scull and finish victorious in the Olympic final? The mens single and both the mens and womens eight finals are also up for grabs on the final day of rowing at Lago Rodrigo de Freitas.

Come and cheer on your favourites with your friends and watch the best of the best race off on the big screen.

Social / Casual Rowing

Are you an experienced rower that just wants to row socially or casually at

Richmond?
This would suit people who:

  • Cannot commit to set crew.
  • Want to come back to rowing.
  • Not wanting to compete in regattas.
  • Want to get fit.

We are proposing outings on Sunday morning after the squad training sessions come in at 11.30am.
Although Christine is a level 1 coach, there will not be any coaching but for suggestions to get the boats up and balanced.
We will be rowing distances to suit the crews.

If you would be interested in this please contact Christine or Nick Kaissidis