Two records broken at indoor championships

Seven middle schools took part in the championships held in Fredericton.

Seven middle schools took part in the championships held in Fredericton.

Experienced and novice athletes alike took part in the Fredericton Indoor and Middle School Championships that were held at the Fredericton Multicultural Centre on Sunday, May 1st.

In the middle school competition,  Tom Wielemaker of Bliss Carman broke two records, one in the grade 6 (500M)  boys competition and the other as part of a combined team in the 10 minute challenge.

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Seeking novice learn to row instructor

The Fredericton Rowing Club is seeking a novice learn to row instructor for the upcoming 2106 season. Interested applicants should expect a tentative start date of June.

Rowers attend spring training in Georgia

2016Georgia3Members of  the Fredericton Rowing Club went south on the march break for some spring training.

Rowers took part in a week long provincial rowing camp in beautiful Richard B. Russell State Park in Elberton, Georgia.


Hall records top time at Indoor championships Christian Hall

Christian Hall recorded the fastest 2k time at the NB Indoor Rowing Championships, hosted by FRC on Sunday, February 21st , 2016 at the Cultural Centre in Fredericton.

Thirty five athletes  of all ages competed in 500m, 1000m and 2000m races.

>> Complete Results |  Photos | YouTube

RCA names Perry athlete of the year

Taylor Perry

Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA), alongside corporate partners Immunotec and Pride Mobility, announced the four recipients of the Athlete of the Year Award.

Former member of the Fredericton Rowing Club Tyler Perry was named U23 athlete of the year.