2019 Spring Season Dates:

  • Derby Sweeps and Sculls, June 15th
  • NE Masters Regionals, June 29th

  • Carnegie Lake Regatta, July 13th

  • Diamond States Regatta, July 20-21st

  • Masters Nationals, August 15-18th


2018 - 2019 Winter Program

ADULT PROGRAMS​

Greenwich Crew Coaches will work with rowers during the designated times below. All classes are meant to help each individual increase their fitness level, flexibility, strength and endurance in preparation for the 2019 racing season. The training plan designed by the coaches will build throughout the winter with a focus on competing at CT Indoor Championships on January 27th. Individual as well as team meetings will be held throughout the winter to solidify goals and aspirations for the upcoming year.

  • The fee for Rowing Members is $450. There is no fee for Individual and Full Members. Registration and Waivers are required. 
    • Registration Form
      • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 5:30AM-7:00 AM
      • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30AM-10:00AM

To enroll in our regular Master's rowing program rowers must be members of the Greenwich Water Club.  Please contact Mike Wieneke, Director of Rowing, or Darren Gary, head masters coach, with questions regarding Masters Rowing. If you would like more information regarding membership, please contact Michael Wieneke at 203-661-4033 ext. 236. 

Interested in giving rowing a shot? 

Learn-to-Row introduces beginners to the basics of the sport of Rowing. Gain valuable
tips on fitness and technique while utilizing different styles of rowing along with training
on land and on the water. The program serves as a
comprehensive how-to to jump start your rowing career! Whether you have an interest in

competitive rowing or just trying something new, sign up today! Please click  below on your desired program and download and fill out the forms. When done please email to Darren Gary or drop off at the Water Club.​​

Adult rowers are called "masters."  Master's classes meet for ninety minutes when outdoors and seventy-five minutes when indoors. Classes are offered two, three, or four days per week. To help steer rowers into appropriately suited programs, we have designated each class with a skill level: novice, intermediate, or advanced. Upon final enrollment, coaches will use these designations along with the preferences and goals expressed by the rowers to implement training programs tailored to the needs of each individual class.  This full-body activity improves strength, endurance and balance without risk of contact injuries or undue torque and pressure on joints.

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