2024 Junior Rowing

Registration for Crew 24 opens April 1, 2024! 

More details on the summer program will be available soon.

Click on the Online Registration page for details on how to register. *after April 1, 2024

Here is junior rower Emma Porter talking about what rowing means to her! 

 

Please contact rowingpei@gmail.com if you’d like to come and try rowing, or get more information on the junior program for ages 14 and up.
Junior membership is $200 *that includes Learn to Row (if new), plus 2 rows per week for the season
We will start with a Junior Camp.
Saturday June 22, 2024- New Junior Training Camp
  9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, includes lunch 
Sunday June 23, 2024 
9 a.m. – noon Sunday
New Junior L2 training times will be available during the day and on weekends.
The fee for the new juniors is $200. That includes Learn to Row, L2 training plus 2 junior practices a week.
Members of Crew 24 will get their first taste of competition at the Red Island Regatta on Saturday August 17th and August 18th at Brudenell Provincial Park. It’s a lot of fun!!
*schedule is subject to change throughout the session depending on demand and available resources

 

Photos from our 2021 junior program:

Photos from our 2019 junior rowing program:

  

If you are interested, or know someone who is, we are happy to arrange a time to meet at the Charlottetown Yacht Club to show you our boats and talk about the program.

Click on the link to watch a Powerpoint presentation from 2019 about our junior rowing program:

2019 Junior Rowing Powerpoint Presentation

 

Rowing PEI is looking for athletes between the ages of 14 and 19 interested in trying the sport of rowing.

Rowing is a late entry sport so most rowers in Canada start in their teens.

Rowing is 60 to 70 per cent legs! So it’s a great second sport for athletes who have competed in sports like speed skating, biathlon, cross country skiing, swimming, hockey, and soccer. Rowing also requires good core strength.

Rowing PEI had a team of six at the 2017 Canada Games competing in men’s and women’s single sculls and double sculls. They came from soccer, sailing, power-lifting and triathlon as their previous sports! In previous Games, the PEI rowers came from speed skating, gymnastics and athletics. A basic swimming ability is also required.

Rowing is a great crossover sport for athletes who have suffered concussions or other injuries and are looking for a low contact, low impact alternative.

In 2020 and 2021, there will be the opportunity to compete at regattas in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. The on water rowing season is quite short on P.E.I., from mid- May to mid-October so the volume of training will increase as the level of competition increases.

Shannon MacAulay, who’s from Mount Herbert, played varsity hockey and for Team Canada. She was scouted by Rowing Canada at the RBC Training Ground and is now training with the Nova Scotia high performance program, with a goal of competing at the 2020 Olympics.

To find out more, please contact Rowing PEI at rowingpei@gmail.com