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  1. This follow up from Erik Zehender

    This news may be of interest. U of M is actually going to offer five camps, including one for women cancer survivors. See the U of M website for more details. I’m assuming members know that a first high school rower from our area has been recruited to row for MSU, earning a full ride scholarship to college.

    Also, I have a pic or two from our last regatta – over 100 boats entered mostly from downstate high schools Northville, Saline, Skyline, Forest Hills, Rockford, Grand Rapids, and even Michigan Tech!

    Best,
    Erik

  2. SOURCE: http://michiganrowing.org/camps/

    The University of Michigan Men’s Rowing Team is proud to partner with the Fountain Point Resort to offer a series of junior and masters rowing camps on Lake Leelanau, near Traverse City, in scenic Northern Michigan. Led by Head Coach Gregg Hartsuff, Associate Head Coach Charley Sullivan and Freshman Coach Russell Giacobbe, these series of camps are designed to offer a variety of rowers the opportunity to improve their rowing technique and knowledge under the direction of one of the country’s most successful coaching teams. Each camp will also feature a unique coaching mentorship program for a limited number of junior and masters coaches who will study and ride along with the Michigan staff during the camp. The mentorship will include individualized in-depth consultations on the details of each coaches’s individual program including training schedules, technique and teaching approaches to structuring your program for success.
    Junior Boys High Performance Camp – July 15 -20

    • For strong high school rowers interested in experiencing the volume and intensity of a collegiate program in a spring break training week, including drill work, long steady state rows, seat racing and selection.  The week will conclude at the Michigan Club Invitational Regatta in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
    • Junior Boys Learn to Row Camp – July 21 – 24
      For exceptional high school athletes with no prior experience in the sport interested in exploring rowing at the collegiate level.
    • This camp is open to rising juniors and seniors, and to recently graduated high school seniors who will attend Michigan in the fall of 2013.
    • R.O.W. BLUE- June 15-18 A rowing camp for women surviving breast cancer.
      The camp will run on two tracks, one for expereinced rowers and the other for those who have never taken a stroke before but want to learn.
    • Masters Sweep Camp – June 20 – 23 For Masters rowers, male or female of any age.  The camp will take both individual rowers and those looking to work in existing lineups from their club.
    • Masters Championship Tune Up Camp (Sweep and Sculling) – July 27 – 30 This is designed for established line-ups to polish their rowing for late season competition. (Canadian Henley, Masters Nationals)

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