Artemis Open House – Sunday August 27th!

Artemis will be hosting an Open House on Sunday, August 27th from 10:00 am through 1:30 pm. at the Jack London Aquatic Center. The Open House is for all prospective, new, and returning rowers and their families. This is a chance to meet the coaches and board, for anyone to ask questions, and celebrate the start of the new rowing season. Artemis will supply food and drinks. Know of any one that may be interested in rowing? Bring them along!!!

 

Summer Rowing Programs 2017

Learn to Row Camps – Summer 2017

Our summer ‘Learn to Row’ program provides rising 6th to 12th graders with an introduction to rowing. The one week camps focus on the following:

  • Basics of the rowing stroke
  • Water safety and boat awareness
  • Conditioning, stretching and strength training
  • Introduction to training on the erg, the indoor rowing machine
  • Exposure to both sweep and sculling strokes
  • Establishing all the fundamental knowledge of crew
  • Enroll in multiple camps to build rowing skills and join our team in fall!
Weekly Camps:

Monday – Friday, 8:00am to 11:00am at our Jack London Aquatic Center boathouse
Beginner:
for those new to rowing
Experienced Beginner:
for those who have completed at least one week of Learn to Row

  • June 12 – 16 Beginner
  • June 19 – 23 Beginner
  • June 19 – 23 Experienced Beginner
  • July 10 – 14 Beginner
  • July 10 – 14 Experienced Beginner
  • July 17 – 21 Beginner
  • July 17 – 21 Experienced Beginner
  • July 31 – August 4 Beginner
  • July 31 – August 4 Experienced-Beginner
  • August 7 – 11 Beginner
  • August 7 – 11 Experienced-Beginner

Cost: Beginner — $275
Experienced Beginner — $250​​
Register here!

Artemis wins two bids to Nationals!

Artemis varsity celebrating two wins at Regionals!

Artemis Rowing brought home two bronze medals from the USRowing Southwest Regionals Championship Regatta at Lake Natoma on May 6th and 7th qualifying both boats for USRowing Nationals in Florida June 9th through 11th! Senior Rudi Skowronski rowed strong in the men’s 1x while Junior Emma Bernou and Freshman Laurel Bishop were in perfect unison in the women’s 2-.  ​Please join us in congratulating Rudi, Emma and Laurel!

Learn to Row Day Delivers Inspiration

USRowing’s National Learn to Row Day had something for everyone!

Susan Francia, 2-time Olympic Gold Medal rower, and Matthew Brown, Latitude 35 World record holder for the race across the Atlantic, inspired new Learn to Row guests and Artemis rowers alike! Artemis had hosted Learn to Row Day in conjunction with USRowing on June 3rd to kick off the summer rowing program.

Susan Francia, two-time Olympic gold medalist, speaking at Learn to Row day
Matthew Brown, Latitude 35 World record holder for crossing the Atlantic
Susan and Matthew sharing their awards and medals — and inspiring Artemis rowers!
Learning to row in eights

National Learn to Row Day 2018

​​​​​​Artemis partners with USRowing for National Learn to Row Day on Saturday, June 2nd!

Artemis Rowing will open its boathouse to the public for this event on Saturday June 2 at Jack London Square Aquatic Center located on the Oakland Estuary.  We will be joined by Nate Goodman, Yale rower 2013-2017, and current member of the US National Team training here in Oakland in preparation for the Tokyo Summer Olympics in 2020.

Learn to Row Day is free and will run from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m  All ages are welcome, and participants can learn basic rowing technique on ergs (rowing machines), then have the opportunity to try out rowing on the water with the help of experienced Artemis rowers.  If you’ve ever wondered if rowing could be your sport, this is your opportunity to find out!