It’s back! Check out the first 2015 installment of “From the Bow Seat” written and edited by veteran bow seat Jordan Gardiner and our newest editor and coxie sensation Luisa Roberts. https://dalrowing.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/jan2015.pdf
This past Friday we held our annual end of season banquet in the Dalhousie University Club. Congratulations to our award winners and thank you for an fantastic season rowers!
Check out our end of season video made by Phil Clegg!
This winter season we will be putting our efforts into fund-raising for a new 4+! Please check out our fund-raising site, http://www.gofundme.com/g632ek and Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Help-Dalhousie-Rowing-Club-purchase-a-new-boat-4/784821018231052?ref=bookmarks. Help us raise money to put towards a new shell for Halifax Rowing Club.
Come check out our home regatta this Sunday Sept 28 from 8:30-1:30pm as your Tigers compete for medals on the Northwest Arm. Admission is free!
Check out the varsity crew as they head down to Fredericton, NB this Saturday, September 20th. http://frederictonrowingclub.ca
Hi rowers. Our first official crew meeting will be this Saturday Sept 6, at 10:30AM in room 307 (novices and learn to row’s also please come to room 307) in the Student Union Building (SUB) located in Dal’s Studley Campus. Please come ready to register (cheque or cash) and we will be asking some personal information (B00 #, NetID, class schedule, etc) so be ready for that. So excited to start the season! Welcome Tigers.
Please join us in welcoming Connor Booker to our executive team as our new Men’s Crew Captain!
Online registration is officially open for all 2014 Dalhousie Rowing Programs.
Please complete online registration and sign and submit the 2014 University Rowing Membership Form by our Orientation Meeting. Please also read our Dalhousie Rowing Program Fees document to determine which payment category you fall under.
If you plan on being a lightweight this upcoming season, we will be weighing you in the morning of our first crew meeting (Sept 6, 2014, 10:30 SUB, varsities room 307; novices room 302). Anyone within 5 pounds of lightweight cut-off weights will be considered for lightweight crews. Start preparing now! Here are some resources for those looking to reach lightweight.
Lightweight women: 130 lbs
Lightweight men: 160 lbs
Powerpoint presentation by Nova Scotian born, Canadian national rower Tracey Cameron: Losing weight Making Weight Rowing fast