Programs

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Program Description Fee Start Date End Date
Adult Novice Program (3-5 times per week) 2018

The adult novice program will be a natural continuation of your respective learn to row program, – ie same days and times of the week plus the opportunity to enter local races and get in crews to race out of Province. *Race fees and travel costs are in addition and variable depending on location and number of races that you participate in. All advertised costs include Rowing Canada Fees, provincial fees 

Participants will be able to pursue either a recreational rowing focus or look to take part in some more competitive events locally and/or out of province as part of a crew

Graduates of LTR 1 18th June to 28th Oct (19 weeks) $500

Graduates of LTR 2 23rd July to 28th Oct (14 weeks) $350

Graduates of LTR 3 7th September to 28th Oct (8 weeks) $200   Mon Wed Fri 5:45-7:45pm

225.75 2018-06-18 2018-10-28
Club Competitive All Season (26 weeks) 2018

The Club Competitive programs are aimed at Juniors, Seniors and Masters who wish to train & race regularly. These programs have dedicated coaches who will develop skills and fitness, support your growth and find the best fit in terms of boats and crew-mates.

With a range of competitions within and beyond Canada, you will have the chance to set you goals, with your coach, on how much you want to train, which races are appropriate and what you can achieve with the coaching time your program. 

Schedules will be agreed with you respective coaches but generally competitive Juniors (U19) and Seniors (19+) should expect to do 3-4 early mornings plus a couple of evenings and weekends. Competitive Masters (25+) will have options of some weekday 8am’s and 5:30pms plus weekend rows. 

All advertised costs include Rowing Canada Fees, provincial fees and FRC Safety fee.

FRC code of conduct, refund policy and Waiver are available through the club athletic director.

On water (weather permitting) May 2nd - November 2nd, 2018

*Race fees and travel costs are in addition and variable depending on location and number of races that you participate in.

750.00 2018-05-02 2018-11-02
Club Competitive Late Season

Juniors, Seniors & Masters who wish to train and race regularly should join this program. Competitive programs have dedicated coaches who aim to develop skills, fitness and support growth by finding the best fit in terms of boats and crew mates. With a range of competitions within and beyond Canada, you will have the chance to set your personal goals with the coach on how much you want to train, which races are appropriate and what you can achieve with the coaching time of your program

Late Season Competitive July 23-Oct 28th (14 weeks) Cost $475 

Fall Competitive Sept 3-Oct 28th (8 weeks)  Cost $350

On Water (weather permitting) July23rd - October 28th

Races may include Red Island Regatta (PEI), Northwest Arm (NS), Atlantics (NB), Small Boats Head, Head of 4 Bridges (NB), Really Chili (NS)

*Race fees and travel costs are in addition and variable depending on location and number of races that you participate in.

Schedules will be agreed with your respective coaches but generally competitive Juniors (U19) and seniors (19+) should expect to do early mornings, afternoons, evenings and weekends.  Competitive Masters (25+) will have options of some weekday 8ams and 5.30pms plus weekend rows.

375.75 2018-07-23 2018-10-28
FRC Alumni FRC Alumni 75.75 2018-07-30 2019-03-31
Junior Novice (3-5 times per week) 2018

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 4-6pm

The Junior Novice program is and extension of the Middle School, Hight School and Junior Beginner/ LTR programs. Athletes will continue to learn on water skills, improve fitness and become part of the clubs Junior Recreational or Racing Crews.

*Race fees and travel costs are in addition and variable depending on location and number of races that you participate in.

July 23rd - October 28th (14 weeks) Cost $350

September 5th to October 28th (8 weeks) Cost $200

Junior novice athletes will train up to 5 times per week and if they wish, will have the opportunity to race at all club fun races, the Head of 4 Bridges plus the chance to travel and race in other Provinces (speak to coach or see club Race calendar for more details)

All advertised costs include Rowing Canada Fees, provincial fees and FRC Safety fee.

225.75 2018-07-23 2018-10-28
Performance Rowing (28 Weeks) 2018

Performance Rowing (28 weeks) 2018 Cost $930

On water (weather permitting) - April 30th to November 12th   

As an extension to our club competitive programs, FRC is also able to offer access to high performance training through our own Performance coaches.  Training is targeted at athletes wishing to compete at the highest levels regionally, provincially and nationally; such as Canada Games, Royal Canadian Henley, National Championships and National Teams. Any competitive athlete is eligible to apply to join the Performance program, although participation is by invitation only.(Athletic Director)

Athletes who are invited into this program are expected to be training all year round (including winter program) attend March Break (on water) camp, submit erg scores as per the RCA RADAR requirements.  

Athletes should be aspiring to go above and beyond the average club competitive athlete.

Typical racing season may include Eastern Rowing Championships,  NS Sprints, Royal Canadian Henley,  NW Arm & Cogswell,  Small Boats Head,  Head of 4 Bridges,  Atlantic Championships.

In addition, attendance at Junior, U23 or senior trials may be needed plus the option of competing at the National Rowing Championships / Canada Cup.

Typical Weekly Schedule   

On Water - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday (6ams) & Saturday (8am) + 2 evenings

Land Training – as agreed with the club Performance coaches

All advertised costs include Rowing Canada Fees & Provincial fees

930.00 2018-04-30 2018-11-12
Recreation Rowing 23 weeks (4x Weekly) 2018

These programs give participants the chance to choose from 8 sessions a week where you can come to the club and join a crew or row on your own (if competent).

Recreational programs are for adult rowers that just want to get out on the water in the summer and have fun and get a great work out. No racing, no pressure. You will be able to drop in up to 4 times a week to identified recreational / drop in sessions.  The club will provide a safety boat / coach to supervise.  Participants will be encouraged to join in with our monthly fun in house club regattas. 

On water – Recreational rowers can choose up to 4 of the following sessions per week;

8am’s – Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

5.30pms - Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Recreational Rowing (23 weeks) Cost $575

On water (weather permitting) - May 21st to October 28th 

575.00 2018-05-21 2018-10-28
Recreation Rowing -Fall ONLY (9 Weeks) (4x weekly)

These programs give participants the chance to choose from 8 sessions a week where you can come to the club and join a crew or row on your own (if competent).

Recreational programs are for adult rowers that just want to get out on the water in the summer and have fun and get a great work out. No racing, no pressure. You will be able to drop in up to 4 times a week to identified recreational / drop in sessions.  The club will provide a safety boat / coach to supervise.  Participants will be encouraged to join in with our monthly fun in house club regattas. 

On water – Recreational rowers can choose up to 4 of the following sessions per week;

8am’s – Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

5.30pms - Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Fall  ONLY Recreational Rowing (9 weeks) Cost $250

On water – 28th August to 28th October

250.00 2018-08-28 2018-10-28
UNB Competitive Fall

UNB/STU Competitive programs have dedicated coaches who aim to develop skills, fitness and support growth by finding the best fit in terms of boats and crew mates. With a range of competitions within and beyond Canada, you will have the chance to set your personal goals with the coach on how much you want to train, which races are appropriate and what you can achieve with the coaching time of your program

Cost $225

Races may include Northwest Arm (NS), Atlantic Champs (NS), Small Boats Head (NB), Head of 4 Bridges (NB), Really Chili (NS), CURC (ON)

*Race fees and travel costs are in addition and variable depending on location and number of races that you participate in.

Schedules will be agreed with your respective coaches but generally Mon Tues Thurs Fri 5:30-7:30am, Sat 8a-12noon is expected.  Training in afternoon or evenings is self-led.  Rowers will have options of some weekday 8am and 5.30pm's rows.

250.75 2018-09-03 2018-11-08
UNB/STU Novice Rowing UNB/STU Rowing Club offers rowing for complete beginners starting 5 Sept to 28 October.
Registration Cost $150
Start of Season Meeting: 6pm,  5th September at Fredericton Rowing Club (Small Craft Aquatic Centre).
Fredericton Rowing Club supplies boats, blades, coaches, coach boats, and all related safety equipment to support the university rowing programs. 
Schedule to be confirmed with the coach but is suggested: Tues and Thurs 5:30-7:30pm Sat 8am-12noon.  More can be added if needed.
Races are:  
22 Sept, Fredericton, "Small Boats Head"
29 Sept, Fredericton, "Head of 4 Bridges"   
12-14 October, Antigonish, "Atlantic University Championships"
27 October, Dartmouth, "Really Chilli Regatta"
Race and travel fees are separate from registration.
175.75 2018-09-05 2018-10-28