Summer

Summer Programs

Learn To Row

“Learn to Row” is geared toward first-time 6th-12th graders, with an introduction to rowing via sculling (2 oars per rower). Sculling is the best way to learn to row and is typically easier for younger rowers.  All aspects of introductory rowing will be covered, including boat handling, basic rowing, basic body conditioning, and some video review.  Learn-to-Row rowers can sign up for multiple camps to gain even more skill as the summer progresses. Rowers will be grouped together by age and skill so middle schoolers will row separately from high schoolers.

May 30-June 3

June 13-17

June 20-24

June 27-July 10: OFF (4th of July)

July 11-15

July 18-22

July 25-29  

Aug. 1-5

Times:  8:00 am to 12:00 pm

Cost:  $375/week

(10% discount for current Artemis Athletes)

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Varsity Developement Camp

These camps are geared toward rowers with at least one year of rowing experience and will help them improve their small boat skills.  Both sweep and sculling rowing is available.  Emphasis will be on stroke technique, movement, and some conditioning.  Rowers can sign up for multiple weeks of camps to develop skills in both sculling and sweep boats, on weeks of their choice.

May 30-June 3

June 20-24

July 11-15

July 18-22

July 25-29: Break for Coaches

Aug. 1-5

Aug. 8-12

Times:  7:00 am – 11:00 am

Cost:  $300/week

(10% discount for current Artemis Athletes)

Limit:  10 rowers per camp

Cost:  $300/week

(10% discount for current Artemis Athletes)

Limit:  10 rowers per camp

Register Today

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Notes

Questions? Please call (510) 316-5307 or contact the registrar at shawnmfritz@gmail.com

PLEASE NOTE: ALL rowers must provide a swim ability certificate signed by a lifeguard on the first day of practice; rowers without a swim ability certificate will not be allowed on the water. Swim ability certificates are available during the registration process or on the registration page.

WHAT TO WEAR AND BRING: We recommend that athletes dress in layers, wear running shoes and come ready to workout every day. Spandex shorts or leggings are best. NO extra baggy, long shorts, they will get caught in the seat. A fleece or wicking long sleeve is good for cold mornings. Bring a water bottle, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, (rain gear and dry clothes if it is raining) AND please label your bag with your name.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Due to Covid19 — If there are changes to start dates or anoter stay in place order is issued from Alameda County, we have a flexible refund policy