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Christchurch Rowing Club offers learn to row courses for people wishing to try

the sport and potentially join the club.

CRC rowing starts at 13 years old. Juniors are trained in sculling. Anyone 15 years

and older new to the sport may be trained in coastal fours, sweep oar. Adults are

introduced to the coastal side of the sport (sweep oar) with opportunities to learn 

sculling at a later date. 

 

Junior Learn to Row (JLTR) - (Sculling)

 

Courses are advertised just before Easter and run over the summer term and summer

holidays.

 

The course comprises of 10 sessions of both land and water training at a cost of £150

per person.

 

This course is aimed at year 8 pupils who will be commencing year 9 after the summer.

To be invited to participate on one of these course you must have completed a declaration of interest form

 

Learn to Row (LTR) Level 1 - (Sweep Oar)

 

Courses run each Autumn in line with the start of each coastal season.

 

LTR Level 1 comprises of 6 hours spread over 3 days, usually 3 consecutive Sundays and allows you to experience rowing as part of a crew in

one of CRCs coastal rowing boats.

To be invited to participate on one of these course you must have completed a declaration of interest form

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