Green Lake Adult Crew (GLAC) invites participants of all skill levels to join our rowing team. Novice participants progress from Learn-to-Row, to Developmental Rowing, then to Continuing Rowing and – if desired – Competitive Rowing. Experienced rowers can join the Continuing Rowing and/or Competitive Rowing classes. Read about each rowing class, below; you may also review flyers that list our Beginning and Advanced classes.
For questions, contact Nick Fradkin, Masters Rowing Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ALL CLASSES ARE CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Adults new to rowing can take our Learn to Row class (R1A), which teaches the fundamentals of rowing.
This class covers the basics of the rowing stroke, rowing terms, boat handling, equipment care, and water safety. Participants begin by learning the basics of the rowing stroke on ergometers (indoor rowing machines) and in docked boats, then quickly progress to rowing in sweep (one oar per person) racing shells. Depending on class size, students may also be introduced to sculling (two oars per person). Satisfactory completion of this class qualifies participants for Developmental Rowing (1B).
Learn-to-row classes meet ten times for two hours each, for a total of 20 hours of instruction. We row rain or shine, so come prepared.
Class registration is required for these sessions. All 2020 classes are listed by class days and times, below.
|Days||Start Time – End Time||Start Date||End Date||Class #||Status|
|Saturday & Sunday||11:00am – 1:00pm|
|Monday & Wednesday||6:45pm – 8:45pm|
|Tuesday & Thursday||5:30am – 7:30am|