Category: Blog

Last week, the Fredericton Women’s Rowing Team finished off the summer season with a successful run at the 2017 Royal Canadian Henley. They had the opportunity to face off with clubs from across North America at Canada’s biggest rowing event...
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The 2017 Canada Summer Games took place earlier this August in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The Canada Games is a special event that takes place every four years, functioning very similarly to the Olympics, rotating between Winter and Summer Games every two...
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This past weekend, rowing clubs from across the Maritimes got together at Lake Banook in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia to compete in the 45th annual Nova Scotia Sprints Regatta. The Sprints are a unique event allowing crews to maximize their efforts...
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This past Canada Day weekend, over a hundred rowers from across the Maritimes gathered to compete during the 97th Eastern Rowing Championships at the Olympic Basin in Montreal QC. Many clubs participated in comparison to previous years, including teams from...
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Countdown

The countdown began at 900. That’s how many strokes were left to complete the row. In the midst of a workout that leaves you sitting on an ergometer for almost 90 minutes your mind wanders. You focus on the monitor...
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