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Coaching

ARA Coach Education Funding available

The ARA would like to develop 3 male and 3 female RCA performance coaches for the 2017 Canada Summer Games. These individuals should take on leadership roles within their club coaching structures in addition to their active role on the provincial team, as such, the ARA would like to ensure that the proposed education and…

RCA Coach Education and Development Committee

Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) is seeking expressions of interest for individuals to fill up to five potential positions on the Coach Education and Development Committee by August 31, 2014. The five roles include: One (1) RCA-registered coach (with grassroots, club, provincial and high performance experience) as well as expertise in rowing technique, education, curriculum design…

2014 Alberta Coaches Conference

Calgary February 7th and 8th, 2014 The Alberta Rowing Association in association with the Calgary Rowing Clubs is pleased to announce that it will host its fifth annual coaching conference on February 7th and 8th, 2013 in Calgary, Alberta. For the first time in three years, this years conference will feature a guest speaker from…

2013 Coaches Conference Registration form

The Alberta Rowing Association in association with the Edmonton and University of Alberta Rowing Clubs is pleased to announce that it will host its fourth annual coaching conference on January 11, & 12 in Edmonton, Alberta. The Conference is will take place at the University of Alberta (Room TBD) and is open to all –…

2013 Coaches Conference

The Alberta Rowing Association in association with the Edmonton and University of Alberta Rowing Clubs are pleased to announce that it will host its fourth annual coaching conference on January 11 and 12, 2013 in Edmonton, Alberta. For the second consecutive year this years conference will feature a guest speaker from outside the sport of…

Adaptive Rowing

Rowing Canada Aviron is proud to share its new DVD that promotes the growing sport of adaptive rowing. The video is approximately eight minutes long and features Canada’s current World Champion crew, the mixed adaptive 4+. It explains that adaptive rowing can be for anyone, regardless of disability. [youtube_sc url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdR8WAfEltc&feature=youtu.be]