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RRC is dedicated to improving the DC / MD / VA rowing community as a whole, but most importantly giving every rower and coxswain in the Resilient Rowing family the tools necessary to be successful for life both on and off the water.

At Resilient Rowing LLC, we believe that the sport of rowing teaches rowers and coxswains of all ages how to be resilient through the ever changing wind / water conditions, grueling physical demands of the workouts, and large time commitment necessary to participate in the sport. We believe these lessons are the foundation to our individual professional successes and will ultimately be the biggest difference in the quality of services we provide our clients when compared to our competitors.

Jesse Clark offers 5-day sculling camps periodically throughout the summer focusing on sculling for beginners*, or sweep rowers who do not have sculling experience.

OBC sculling camp participants will learn the basics of safe and efficient boat handling. The goal is for scullers to complete the week on the water feeling confident in their ability to handle a racing single on their own. Most of a camper’s time on the water is spent learning to scull in a Peinert racing single (1x) and the occasional double (2x).

TBC Racing is a highly competitive summer and fall club program which trains out of the Thompson Boat Center in Washington, DC. Our summer program begins in early June, and runs through early August, with races at USRowing Club Nationals and the Canadian Henley. The program is intensive, averaging 9 practices per week after the end of school, and is dedicated to high performance in both the technical and fitness aspects of the sport. This attitude is reflected in our results - in the last several years, the men's and women's teams have both earned national championships at Club Nationals (along with a number of silver and bronze medals). As a measure of individual success, our athletes are regularly represented in the All-Met awards (6 of the 9 men and 5 of the 9 women in 2015), and alumni of the junior program row for the top schools in the country .

Training at TBC takes advantage of the time offered by the summer season. Our athletes row and race a variety of hull types, including pairs, fours and eights, and we are able to take the time to teach technique on a very detailed level. Our coaches are drawn from some of the best in the area, with an intense love of the sport, and a long track record of successful teams. The program is open to all athletes who have participated in at least one season of competitive rowing - Freshmen and Sophomores (high school) usually row with our 16 and under squad, while Juniors and Seniors row with the 18 and under group.

For other Rowing Camps/Programs, see the list at http://www.row2k.com/camps/

Interested in Rowing in College?

Did you know, over 150 colleges/universities sponsor Varsity Rowing programs in 2017? Here are a few links to more information on those schools and scholarship opportunities.