Archive for month: April, 2019

Come along to the end of season presentation event to celebrate the achievements of clubs and individuals over the season. Everyone is invited to attend, with free food & drinks included!

Location: The Marquee at the Yacht Club, 1 Mariner Place Yarralumla

Date: 12 May 2019

Time: Food will start at 11:30am, presentations to start at 12pm

Great news from Rowing Australia, with a number of ACT rowers selected in national squads!

Nikki Ayers (CLRC) and Kathryn Ross (ANU) are the women’s PR3 and PR2 single scullers for the 2019 FISA Para-Rowing Regatta, while Renae Domaschenz (ANU) will cox the PR3 mixed coxed four. (…/final-crews-confirmed-for…/)

ANU’s Jilly Roberts and Nathan Kennedy are both selected in the lightweight pair and double respectively for the 2019 World Rowing Under-23 Championships, which will be held in Florida in July. They’ll be familiar with their coach too, with Nick Garratt coaching both crews in the lead-up. (…/)

Finally Harry Glackin (CLRC) and Alexandra Moylan (ANU) make their first Australian squads with selection for the 2019 Trans-Tasman Regatta against New Zealand in June and August. Harry will compete in the under-21 men’s single sculls, while Alexandra is in the under-21 women’s lightweight single scull. (…/)

These selections, along with those of Caleb Antill, Cara Grzeskowiak and Luke Letcher in the open squads, gives the ACT a strong presence in national squads. Congratulations to everyone on their selections!

With the end of financial year approaching, we’ve teamed up with the Australian Sports Foundation to help fundraise for a new double scull for our High Performance Program. Donations are tax deductible, so head to…/rowing-act/upgrade-to-the-next-level/ to help us reach our goal!

With the season done and won, the final pointscore winners are:

Women’s Premiership: ANU Boat Club

Men’s Premiership: Canberra Rowing Club

Overall Premiership: Canberra Rowing Club

Congratulations to all the winners!

The 2018/19 regatta season finished with the Canberra Park ACT Championships in early May, with some great racing throughout! While numbers were down on previous years, nearly perfect autumn weather lent itself to a fantastic couple of days racing.

Trophy winners

Tarcoola Reach Cup (U19 M 1x): Cormac Hayes (Marist)

Sculler’s Trophy (W 1x): Jilly Roberts (ANU)

Porra Cup (U19 M 2x): Radford (Sampson, Schroder)

Banjo Cup (M 4-): ANU/CRC (Perry, Clark, Harding, Kennedy)

Veteran Four Plate (Masters M 4-): BMRC/RMC (Buchtmann, Reynolds, Lawrence, Williams)

Jubilee Cup (W 8+): ANU (Beniamini, Ims, Bennett, Bissaker, Kilo, Williams, Edwards, Caudle, Davoren)

The President’s Shovel (Second M 8+): CRC 2 (Hodge, O’Neil, Spiel, Lang, Garnham, Bridgewater, Latimer, Trobe, Herbert)

Uriarra Cup (M 8+): ANU (Dunphy, Hempton, Horn, O’Brien, Kennedy, Harding, Clark, Antill, Domaschenz)

Phere Niki: Canberra Rowing Club

Cameron is a friendly and energetic 20 year old who is an outdoors adventurer. He is a bushwalker, cyclist, rock climber and has a goal to become a competitive rower in local regattas. He is also keen to form friendships with fellow club members and join them on weekends away at rowing events.
We are looking for a rowing coach who will build Cameron’s rowing skills, develop valued roles for Cameron where he can give back to his club and foster relationships between Cameron and other club members.
The Role:
● 6 – 12 hours per week
● $28 to $50 per hour according to qualifications and experience
● Coach Cameron to develop his skills as a rower
● Support Cameron to identify and develop his rowing style and preferences
● Teach Cameron how rowing regattas and races are run as well as race etiquette
● Mentor Cameron to find a role at the Rowing Club that he is competent at, enjoys and which is valued by his fellow club members for his contribution
● Facilitate opportunities for relationships between Cameron and other club members to grow

Selection Criteria
● Current or past experience of rowing (coaching qualifications useful but not essential)
● Experience teaching, or working with young adults
● Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and nurture relationships
● Works in systematic and proactive ways
● Good listener, enjoys conversations and has a positive and direct communication style
● Resilient and physically fit
● Current documentation
○ Police check
○ Working with vulnerable people card
○ Current first aid certificate
○ Driver’s license
○ Or willingness to apply for these
To apply: Please complete the application form found here.

Further Information: Contact Karen Caldwell – mob: 0406886330
Closing Date: Tuesday 23 April 2019