Junior Development Programme
This year’s programs will maintain the purpose as previous years; however, taking into consideration our current pandemic, there will be fundamental changes to how each program functions. All efforts will be made to give the most access possible for all members. Training days may be increased throughout the summer as a better understanding of this year’s membership develops. We hope to offer weekend rowing for all memberships as soon as possible. As all regattas have been canceled for the season, all programs this year will be geared towards single sculling technical development rather than racing. Weekly sign up will be required for boat distribution within the competitive and recreational programs. All rowers must be off the water before the end of their training times to properly wash and disinfect boats and leave the area before the next training group.
Goals

Our Junior development program is for younger aged rowers new to the sport and those developing towards the competitive race program.

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

Schedule

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 3 pm to 5 pm 

Water training from July

Supervised by certified coaches

Programme

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

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

Training Plan

Requirements

Coach's approval

Able to swim 25 meters

Can easily communicate in either French or English

Read the COVID-19 Guide Book

 

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! 

ALL ATHLETES MUST SUCCESSFULLY PASS A WATER AUTONOMY TEST

This year’s programs will maintain the purpose as previous years; however, taking into consideration our current pandemic, there will be fundamental changes to how each program functions. All efforts will be made to give the most access possible for all members. Training days may be increased throughout the summer as a better understanding of this year’s membership develops. We hope to offer weekend rowing for all memberships as soon as possible. As all regattas have been canceled for the season, all programs this year will be geared towards single sculling technical development rather than racing. Weekly sign up will be required for boat distribution within the competitive and recreational programs. All rowers must be off the water before the end of their training times to properly wash and disinfect boats and leave the area before the next training group.

Goals

The competitive program is for athletes that are oriented towards competitive racing and National/Provincial team selection. Workouts are 5-6 mornings a week with some possibility to afternoon access and ergometer work. Boat access will be distributed on a basis of minimum 4, maximum 6 times per week.

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 and from 8:30 am to 10:30 am

Training on the water from July

Supervised by certified level 2 coaches

Programme

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

Participation in training camps

Competitive level equipment

Annual Training Plans

Requirements

Coach's approval

Able to swim 25 meters

Can easily communicate in either French or English

Read the COVID-19 Guide Book

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! 

ALL ATHLETES MUST SUCCESSFULLY PASS A WATER AUTONOMY TEST

[EN] This year’s programs will maintain the purpose as previous years; however, taking into consideration our current pandemic, there will be fundamental changes to how each program functions. All efforts will be made to give the most access possible for all members. Training days may be increased throughout the summer as a better understanding of this year’s membership develops. We hope to offer weekend rowing for all memberships as soon as possible. As all regattas have been canceled for the season, all programs this year will be geared towards single sculling technical development rather than racing. Weekly sign up will be required for boat distribution within the competitive and recreational programs. All rowers must be off the water before the end of their training times to properly wash and disinfect boats and leave the area before the next training group.

Goals

Recreational and Master rowers makeup our evening programing. This membership is comprised of developing adult rowers as well as seasoned veterans looking to progress and race on a more fun recreational basis. We will aim to give everyone a minimum of 2 trainings per week and a maximum of 4.

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 Thursday from 5 pm to 6:15 pm and 6:45 pm to 8:30 pm

Training on the water from July

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

Read the COVID-19 Guide Book

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!