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2014 Northeast Rowing Center camp August 16th -22nd in Raymond, ME

posted Jan 28, 2014, 5:56 PM by W. T. Woodson Crew   [ updated Jan 28, 2014, 5:57 PM by WTW Crew Webmaster ]



I would like to send my personal invitation to your junior rowers and coxswains (14-19 years old) to participate in the 2014 Northeast Rowing Center camp August 16th -22nd  in Raymond, ME.  We have enjoyed having athletes from your program participate in the past.  As a courtesy, we are letting our “alumni” athletes and organizations know that registration is open for this year’s session.  We usually fill up by early April.  If you would spread the word to your athletes and parents, we’d appreciate it!


This year’s Master Coaches are:

John Lindberg, Boston Univ.

Kate Maloney, Williams College

Holly Metcalf, M.I.T.

Ed Slater, Trinity

Spencer Washburn, Princeton Univ.

Wendy Wilbur, Harvard Univ.

Joe Wilhelm, Northeastern Univ.

Graham Willoughby, Brown Univ.

Tom Tiffany, Coxswain’s Coach

Larry Gluckman, Erg Coach


Our camp is held in Raymond, Maine.  In addition to being a great pre-season tune-up and opportunity for kids to network with college coaches, we put a strong emphasis on educating participants about all aspects of rowing through a series of clinics and demonstrations. The focus of the on-water sessions is technical improvement.  Tom Tiffany works individually and in groups with cox’ns on land and on the water.  Larry Gluckman will work his magic on the erg to help campers improve their scores.  Ergs are available from sunrise to lights out for athletes to complete the 25,000m Erg Challenge or your program’s workouts.  Each coach also gives an evening presentation on a specific topic.  It’s a very full week!


We hope you will share this opportunity with the parents and athletes in your program.


Best regards,


Barb Grudt


Northeast Rowing Center





posted Jun 25, 2013, 11:17 AM by W. T. Woodson Crew   [ updated Jun 25, 2013, 11:17 AM by WTW Crew Webmaster ]

BRRC is hosting a dynamic and flexible rowing camp near Clifton, VA on at the Bull Run Marina!

July 8 - August 1
All practice times are 4-6pm
Participants can choose either Full Time or Part Time. The camp is for novices (beginners) and experienced rowers.

Full Time:
Campers register for four weeks, starting July 8 and ending August. The rate remains 175 for Novices (beginners) and 200.00 for intermediate (16 sessions). All practices are Monday-Thursday *

Part Time: This is a flexible way to allow rowers to go on vacation or other activities. Four sessions are broken into blocks for each week. Participants can register on a per week basis. Cost is 45.00 per week (4 sessions) for Novices and 55.00 per week (4 sessions) for intermediate rowers. Participants in Part Time can mix and match and Blocks in any order. All practices are Monday-Thursday *

Block 1 July 8-11
Block 2 July 15-18
Block 3 July 22-25
Block 4 July 29-Aug 1


Bulldog Rowing Camp

posted Jun 20, 2013, 12:48 PM by W. T. Woodson Crew   [ updated Jun 20, 2013, 12:48 PM by WTW Crew Webmaster ]


All 4 Weeks still open to rowers but near capacity.

$100 discount for groups of 4 or more.

No coxswains needed thanks.



Maine Rowing Camp

posted May 27, 2013, 2:18 PM by W. T. Woodson Crew   [ updated May 27, 2013, 2:18 PM by WTW Crew Webmaster ]

         At this time of year, many high school rowers start to look ahead to their summer rowing plans.  If any of your team members are looking for an opportunity to have a relaxed and enjoyable yet productive rowing experience this summer, I would appreciate it if you would pass along some information about Maine Rowing Camp. Information for the boy’s camp can be found here, and for the girl’s camp here.   Additionally, some of the rower’s may be interested in looking at the camp’s Facebook page.

         I hope your team’s season ended on a successful note, and if you are still competing, I wish you and your crews the best of luck at your upcoming championship races. 


Joe Richards
Maine Rowing Camp Coach
(207) 859-4942

Prince William Crew Association

posted May 1, 2013, 9:28 AM by W. T. Woodson Crew   [ updated May 1, 2013, 9:28 AM by WTW Crew Webmaster ]

Prince William Crew Association is running an Under-23 Women's Competitive Sculling Camp this summer. If you have ex-rowers coming home from college or have high school seniors who are to old to row Juniors and would like to compete in sculling this summer please this information on to them. We will also take Jr girls in the camp but they do have a nominal erg score to meet. Jrs in the camp will row in the evenings starting on 3 June until they are out of school and can join us in the mornings.

The camp will run Monday-Sat 6:00am to 8:00am beginning on 3 June and running through Canadian Henley (12 August). We are looking at racing at Independence Day, possibly the US rowing Nationals and Canadian Henley. If we have anyone interested in going to the US Rowing U-23 world championship trails in late June, we can support that as well.
Camp fee is $325. Regatta fees, transportation and lodging costs will be up to the athlete.

For more information and registration they can go to

If anyone needs more information they can contact me

Brian Tassi

Wisconsin Rowing Camps

posted Apr 3, 2013, 6:28 AM by W. T. Woodson Crew   [ updated Apr 3, 2013, 6:28 AM by WTW Crew Webmaster ]

Greetings from Madison, Wisconsin

 I am writing to let you and your team know about our week long summer camp for High school aged athletes.   
Our camp is coached by the Wisconsin Rowing staff including Chris Clark, Simon Carcagno, Beau Hoopman, Megan Cooke and Heidi Hunsberger.  We cater to all experience levels from beginners who have never taken a stroke to athletes preparing to row in college in the fall.   This summer we are offering three sessions: July 15-20th; 22-27th; and July 29th – August 3rd
Campers live in the dorms next door to the boathouse, eat on campus and learn the skills to succeed at a top rowing college.  We have a very low staff to camper ratio to ensure that athletes receive individual attention.
Finally, while our camp is one of the most affordable, we also offer discounts for groups of 4 or more and can accommodate teams preparing for Canadian Henley.
Please forward this to any of your athletes and parents of athletes who may be interested in attending.
Simon Carcagno and Megan Cooke Carcagno
Simon Carcagno
Wisconsin Men's Assistant Rowing Coach                            
Office: 608 265 5572                                                                       
Megan Cooke Carcagno                                   
Wisconsin Women’s Assistant Rowing Coach
Office: 608 263 6422

Wahoo Camp for Boys

posted Mar 21, 2013, 5:28 PM by W. T. Woodson Crew   [ updated Mar 21, 2013, 5:28 PM by WTW Crew Webmaster ]

University of Virginia

The Web site for the 2013 Wahoo Rowing Camps for Boys, at the University of Virginia, is now live. We hope you'll visit the site, and that you'll encourage your athletes to attend. 
The camp has been a great success each summer, and we truly believe it has served as a solid learning experience for everyone involved. 
Please write or call me if you have any questions. Take care!


Erich Shuler, M.Ed., CSCS

Novice Coach/Recruiting Coordinator

University of Virginia Men's Rowing

Cell: 434.242.8108

E-mail: eshuler@embarqmail.com

Web site: www.virginiarowing.org

William and Mary Summer Rowing Camp:

posted Mar 21, 2013, 5:27 PM by W. T. Woodson Crew   [ updated Mar 21, 2013, 5:27 PM by WTW Crew Webmaster ]

 Camp Website (www.wmrowing.org/camp), for information and registration. We encourage anyone interested in William and Mary’s Rowing Camp to sign up sooner rather than later, as we expect all three weeks to be full. Please feel free to contact (camerritt@email.wm.edu) or Coach Mitchell (jsmitche@gmail.com) with any questions you may have.

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