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Newport Rowing Club's High School Novice program is open to any athlete entering 9th through 12th grade who have never rowed before. Athletes will train with other beginners to learn proper technique, power application, and gain fitness. During the Fall and Spring seasons, athletes will have the opportunity to race against other novice rowers from around the Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland area. For more information about NRC's High School Competitive Rowing program, click the link below!
Newport Rowing Club's Varsity Rowing program is open to any rower in 12th grade or below who has at one year of rowing experience. This program is geared toward refining the skills developed in the first year of the sport and improving fitness to a competitive level. For more information on NRC's High School Competitive Rowing program, click the link below!
Rowing is a strength/endurance sport. This means maintaining fitness is key to success in the sport. At NRC we stress the importance of continuous and consistent work for physical health, mental health, and rowing success. For more information on our High School Indoor Rowing winter program, see the link below.
At Newport Rowing Club, we have a variety of ways for athletes to stay active and involved through out their Summer break including "open gym" hours, learn-to-row camps, and small boats clinics. See the link below for more details on our Summer programs.
As always, please contact the Newport Rowing Club staff for any questions. We are happy to assist you in any way we can.