The White Rock Rowing Junior program is a nationally recognized youth rowing program that includes youth from middle and high schools across the Dallas Metroplex. It is a fun and competitive rowing program that encourages and emphasizes good sportsmanship and individual responsibility; traits that will serve young people well for their lifetimes. Team members are encouraged to achieve personal as well as team goals. White Rock Rowing trains from September to May and competes both at regattas in Texas and Oklahoma and at rowing venues across the United States. Qualified boats race at the USRowing Youth Nationals held each June.
The White Rock Rowing junior program is open to all rising 6th and above. White Rock Rowing is a co-ed program comprised of middle school, novice, and varsity athletes. No experience is needed to begin rowing. Young men and women compete separately in novice and varsity squads. All technical and conditioning training is introduced in the first year.
The Middle School program is open to any rising 6th through 8th-grade students who wish to learn the basics of rowing and training. It is intended to be low key, no stress environment, where the key thing is having fun out on White Rock Lake. While we will try to make opportunities to race, the emphasis is on learning the basics and good sportsmanship. Middle School rowers meet two days a week, Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday afternoons and a new class on Saturday mornings 10-12 has been added to the schedule.
The Middle School program meets either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday after school and a new section has been added on Saturday mornings 10-12.
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