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Spring 2019

Junior Spring 2019 Rowing

Below you should find all of the information necessary for both new and returning rowers to begin participating in our Spring season. Rowers new to the sport are welcome to join participating in this spring season. All practices are supervised and led by CBRC coaches.


The spring is an exciting time to both learn to row and compete in regattas! While we start the season with the gray weather and short days of winter in February we get to row through the bloom of spring in May; experiencing truly gorgeous days out on the water. Unlike the fall season, spring rowing is all about going fast with athletes competing in sprint races ranging from 1,000 to 2,000 meters in length.

All athletes are expected to be at practice Monday through Friday, 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM. On occasion, morning or weekend practices may be scheduled for specific training needs. Athletes should prearrange absences with their coach before noon on the day they will be missing practice.

For more complete information please view our 2019 Spring Parent Packet.

Practice Schedule:

The High School Varsity (one or more years of rowing) and Novice Squad (first year rowers) will practice from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM Monday - Friday. Varsity indicates high schoolers with one completed fall and spring season. Novice incidates high schoolers with less than one year of rowing experience.

  • Practices begin - Monday, Febuary 4th, 2019
  • Practices end - Monday, May 20th, 2019

The Middle School Squad will practice Monday's and Wednesday's from 5:45 PM - 7:15 PM. Middle school indicates a rower who is currently in 6th, 7th or 8th grade.

  • Practices begin - Monday March 11, 2019
  • Practices end - Wednesday May 6, 2019

Spring Calendar:


11- Middle School Spring Season Begins

24- Burton Beach Regatta- Vashon Island, WA (HS Only)

30 - Husky Open- Seattle, WA (Varsity Only)


6- Scrimmage with South Kitsap @ CBRC

13 & 14- Covered Bridge Regatta- Eugene, OR (HS Only)

27- CBRC All Team Day @ CBRC Boathouse


8- Last Day of Middle School Spring

16 thru 19 - NW Youth District Championships - Vancouver, WA. (HS Only)

20- Last Day of High School Season

22- Spring Season Team Banquet @ 5:00 CBRC Boathouse (HS and MS)


6 - 9 - USROWING Youth Nationals- Sarasota, FL **for Varsity HS athletes who qualify at Regionals


Spring Fees for High School Athletes: $595.00

During registration you will be required to purchase a USROWING Championship membership. The CBRC club code is HGMV6. For more instructions or guidance please visit the USROWING Compliance tab to the left.

Registration is now closed

Spring Fees for Middle School Athletes: $275.00

During registration you will be required to purchase a USROWING Championship membership. The CBRC club code is HGMV6. For more instructions or guidance please visit the USROWING Compliance tab to the left.

Registration is now closed

The fees do not include the following:

  • Required team clothing
  • Regatta travel costs (vans, housing, food, etc.)
  • Any optional/supplemental training equipment or clothing.

Required Paperwork for new athletes:


Regatta Information and Payment Schedule:

Regatta payments

Regattas that the we travel to and stay overnight will be charged separate from instructional fees. Payments can be made by check or use the PayPal buttons in the link above. The travel costs will consist of the van rentals, gas for the vans, lodging costs, at least one meal with the team. Due dates for the regatta travel costs are listed under each regatta. Costs for these regattas will be determined shortly after the season starts after hotel reservations are made and room and van costs are determined.

Covered Bridge Regatta - April 13 - 14th:

The Covered Bridge Regatta is held at Dexter Lake southeast of Eugene Oregon. This is our first regatta that we will stay overnight at a hotel and travel will be in rented vans. We will leave Friday morning for this regatta. Athletes are expected to let their teachers know in advance of their abscence and arrange for take home work.

  • Participation: All junior athletes (varsity and novice)
  • Cost $215.00 to make your payment go to regatta payments
  • Payment due date: April 6th

Northwest Junior District Championships - May 16- 19th:

This is the culmination of the spring season. The regatta is held on Vancouver Lake in Vancouver, Washington. This three day event pits our crews against everyone in the northwest. Most races have both heats and finals as crews compete for the grandstand and medals. The top two finishers in varsity races qualify for the Youth National Championships to be held June 6 - 9 in Saracota, FA this year. The team will travel to Districts by vans and will be leaving on Thursday May 16th. See the travel packet for more information.

  • Participation: All junior athletes (varsity and novice)
  • Cost $ 275.00 to male payment go to regatta payments
  • Payment due date: May 10th
  • Regatta Packet

USRowing Membership

Participation Requirements:

Each rower is required to register online before participating in a rowing season. Athletes will also need to have an active USRowing championship membership to complete registration with CBRC.

The cost is an additional $45.00.

In addition to program fees each athlete is required to be an active US Rowing "Championship" member. This membership is good for one year and includes a monthly magazine. This also is part of our insurance policies.

Team Clothing

Clothing costs are not covered in the instructional fees. Athletes must purchase the uniform pieces listed below. At races athletes are required to match and be wearing the same uniform.

Middle School- No clothing required, all optional.

Novice- Trou (navy short spandex) and polo (purchased from JL) and Tank (purchased from coach)

Varsity- Uni and polo (JL Store)


Inquiries regarding Youth Rowing at CBRC can be addressed to Kelsey, Director of Junior Programs at