2015 - 2016 CCR
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Rowing

Dear High School Parent,
 
Thank you for your interest in the Capital City Rowing 2016-2017 High School program.  The nine-month program includes water and ergometer training.  Water training is held at Maclay Gardens and ergometer training takes place at the Forest Meadows Erg Shack.  The program cost is $265/month along with a $150 registration fee.

 

Included in this packet are the forms needed to register on-line or a paper copy for the program.  Please use the list below as a checklist to ensure all forms are completed and filled out online or paper copy turned in.

·         CCR Rower/Parent Information Form 

·         FHSAA Participation Physical Evaluation Form (must be signed by doctor)

·         Waivers – 4 waivers in this section – please complete all.

o   US Rowing Regatta Photo Release

o   Florida Waiver (commercial)

o   Florida Waiver (non-commercial)

o   CCR Media/Photo Release

·         Authorization for Direct Debit Form **Only for checking/savings accounts-not to be used for credit cards (Optional)

·         Guidelines for use of Facilities at Maclay Gardens Form  

·         Regatta Participation Travel & Medical Release Form (2 pages)

·         $150 Payment to cover the CCR High School registration fee

 

Monthly assessments will be billed or auto debited per the Direct Debit form. 

 

Registration packets need to be submitted prior to taking part in practices.  Please note that rowers are responsible for their park pass and photo.  Upon receipt of the $150 registration fee, rowers will receive a park pass.  A passport sized photo (headshot) must be placed on their numbered Maclay Gardens park pass and used for entry into Maclay State Gardens.

 

Physician signed Physical Evaluation forms can be mailed to the PO Box, dropped off at Carrie Stolp’s house, or brought to Forest Meadow’s Erg shack at a predetermined date and time.  Please contact Carrie Stolp capitalcityrowing.org at or cell: 850-879-2101 if you have any questions.

 

Thank you for your support of Capital City Rowing!

 

 

High School Program Registration

NOVICE ROWERS
High school students in their 1st year of rowing. Based on performance, novices may be moved to varsity program.
  • September-January: 5 days/week
  • February-May: 6 days/week
  • To introduce high school students to the sport of rowing
  • To develop skills and technique progressively
  • To prepare new rowers for the physical demands of the spring racing schedule
  • Build positive self-esteem through discipline and structure
  • Foster patience, strength, and the value of commitment to self and others
  • Emphasize academics, college planning, and personal growth
VARSITY ROWERS
To train and develop highly competitive rowers with the intent of maximizing individual and team performance.
  • 6 days/week
  • Experienced high school rowers
  • 30,000M on-the-water training/week. Focus on skills development and race preparation
  • 30,000M Erg training/week. Focus on development of aerobic and anaerobic capacity.
  • Daily core strength and injury prevention
  • Build positive self-esteem through discipline and structure
  • Foster patience, strength, and the value of commitment to self and others
  • Emphasize academics, college planning, and personal growth