Junior Development Programme
Goals

Learn to row and competitive development for youths 12-18 year olds. Schedule can be adjusted according to needs. Focus on sculling and small crew boats for racing. Members are encouraged to eventually race at local and provincial regattas.

Please note that expenses related to competitions (regatta fees, racing uniform, travel, etc.) are not included in the MRC programme fee.

Schedule

Monday to Friday from 3:30 pm to 6 pm 

Water training from May to October

Supervised by certified coaches

Programme

Individual evaluation at the beginning of each quarter to assess athletes' skills and set objectives

Learning – motor skills, competitions etiquette, and introduction to race strategies

Participation in an annual calendar of regattas

Training Plan

Requirements

Coach's approval

Able to swim 25 meters

Can easily communicate in either French or English

Cost

The cost of subscribing to this program is available on our online store (see link below). In addition, membership fees to Rowing Canada Aviron and the Association québécoise d'aviron as well as service fees from Parc Jean-Drapeau are applied.

Subscriptions and activities are non-refundable and cannot be canceled after purchase. Training takes place rain or shine.

Visit our online store to register!

Goals

The MRC competitive program is for experienced and developing rowers hoping to race at the National Level. Rower must commit to training 5 to 6 mornings per week and compete in scheduled regattas. Mandatory morning attendance.

Please note that expenses related to competitions (regatta fees, racing uniform, travel, etc.) are not included in the MRC programme fee.

Schedule

Monday to Saturday from 6 am to 8 am 

Training on the water from May to October and indoors from November to April: rowing tank, ergometer and fitness room

Supervised by certified level 2 coaches

Programme

Individual evaluation at the beginning of each quarter to assess athletes' skills and set objectives

Participation in Training camps

Competitive level equipment

Participation in an annual calendar of regattas

Annual Training Plans

Requirements

Coach's approval

Able to swim 25 meters

Can easily communicate in either French or English

Competitions

A regatta calendar is provided by the coach depending on the season. The goal is to allow athletes to participate in national regattas.

Cost

The cost of subscribing to this program is available on our online store (see link below). In addition, membership fees to Rowing Canada Aviron and the Association québécoise d'aviron as well as service fees from Parc Jean-Drapeau are applicable.

Subscriptions and activities are non-refundable and cannot be canceled after purchase. Training takes place rain or shine.

Visit our online store to register!

Goals

The recreational program is ideal for anyone who enjoys rowing on a more casual basis for fitness and fun, with optional participation in recreational races. Coaching is adapted to your level and goals. Emphasis is placed on crew rowing in 4x and 2x with some time in individual boats.

Please note that expenses related to competitions (regatta fees, racing uniform, travel, etc.) are not included in the MRC programme fee.

Schedule

Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6 pm to 8 pm 

Training on the water from May to October and indoors from November to April: rowing tank, ergometer and fitness room

Supervised by certified level 2 coaches

Requirements

"Learn-to-Row" graduate or equivalent

Able to swim 25 meters

Can easily communicate in either French or English

Cost

The cost of subscribing to this program is available on our online store (see link below). In addition, membership fees to Rowing Canada Aviron and the Association québécoise d'aviron as well as service fees from Parc Jean-Drapeau are applicable.

Subscriptions and activities are non-refundable and cannot be canceled after purchase. Training takes place rain or shine.

Visit our online store to register!

Goals

The MRC masters programme is for experienced rowers who want to row competitively while balancing other commitments. Masters rowers commit to train 3 to 4 times a week (following the programme set by coaching staff) and compete in several sprint and head races.

Please note that expenses related to competitions (regatta fees, racing uniform, travel, etc.) are not included int the MRC programme fee.

Masters race team selection will be based on a combination of ability and attendance. Minimum attendance requirements will be set for priority regattas.

Schedule

Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6 pm to 8 pm

Training on the water from May to October and indoors from November to April: rowing tank, ergometer and fitness room.

Supervised by certified level 2 coaches

Requirements

Coach's approval
Able to swim 25 meters
Can easily communicate in either French or English

Cost

The cost of subscribing to this program is available on our online store (see link below). In addition, membership fees to Rowing Canada Aviron and the Association québécoise d'aviron as well as service fees from Parc Jean-Drapeau are applicable.

Subscriptions and activities are non-refundable and cannot be canceled after purchase. Training takes place rain or shine.

Visit our online store to register!