Congratulations to CYC's Bridget O'Callahan for being selected to the US Junior World Rowing Team.
We wish her well at the upcoming Junior World Championships in the Czech Republic where she will be stroking the women's quad.
2018 SOUTHWEST REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS, MAY 4-6
CYC QUALIFIED 6 BOATS FOR US ROWING'S YOUTH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS!!
CYC JUNIOR ROWING
CYC offers a range of rowing programs suitable
for girls and boys ages 12 - 18. CYC
membership is not required to participate
. Our junior rowing programs include:
a highly successful competitive rowing team, a recreational program and private
lessons. Our participants attend public and private middle and high schools
across Los Angeles, including
the San Fernando Valley, the Westside and the South Bay.
All of our programs emphasize teamwork, physical fitness and technical
proficiency within a fun, respectful and nurturing environment. Our junior rowers tend to be high achieving students, many of whom go on to the
most highly sought after colleges in the country. Our goal is to provide an
environment through which our rowers develop skills which will aid in their future
success via the pursuit of excellence in the sport of rowing. Our junior rowing
program is an alternative to larger programs by being more accommodating of the
academic demands and pressures on today’s teenagers and by offering more
individualized attention. Rowers leaving CYC are prepared to row in any seat of
any boat, sweep or scull.
YEAR JUNIOR ROWING AT CYC
VARSITY RACING TEAM
The CYC Varsity Racing Team prepares select junior boys and girls
for local, regional and national competitions.
It is limited to rowers willing to commit to a very high level of
training. The over all goal is to help prepare rowers for their futures within
and outside of rowing. Our athletic goal is to win medals at Nationals and produce
rowers who will go on to row in college and even the national team. The Varsity
Racing Team's training schedule requires attendance of five (or more) workouts
per week at CYC, one or two workouts on their own and participation in
regattas. The Varsity Racing Team's training schedule runs from September until
Southwest Regional Championships (May)
or US National Championships (June).
and Thursday 4:15 - 6:30 pm.
Saturday and Sunday
7:30 - 10:00 am
NOVICE RACING TEAM
The Novice Racing Team is designed for new rowers with no racing
experience. The Novice Team's goal is to produce well-trained and skilled
rowers who will go on to participate on the Varsity Team. The Novice Program
runs from September through late May. There are 4 workouts per week.
Thursday 4:15 - 6:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday 7:30 -
This program is intended for boys and girls ages 12-18, who have had
at least a basic introduction to the sport of rowing (sculling). The program is
also intended to allow experienced junior rowers a chance to continue rowing on
a more casual basis than being on a competitive team. The program will include
rowing in quads, doubles and singles. Occasional sessions will be land based
and make use of rowing machines. There
is a once per week and a twice per week option. The program runs most Saturdays
and Mondays from September until May. There will be occasional days when the
program will not meet due to holidays, club regattas or some other unforeseen
10:15 am until 12:15 pm
Mondays from 4:15
to 6:15 pm
We offer private lessons for every level, from those having never rowed to those who are wishing to compete at the highest levels. Our lessons are one on one which allows each student to progress at their own pace and is actually the most efficient method at getting new students up to speed. We offer private lessons on a per lesson basis or in three-lesson
packages. Lessons last approximately 2 hours. Days and times are by arrangement between student and instructor.
Individual private lessons / $90
3 private lesson package / $250
FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION ON ANY OF
OUR PROGRAMS PLEASE CONTACT HEAD COACH, CRAIG LEEDS,
BY CLICKING, HERE
Head Coach: Craig Leeds
Novice Coach: Anna Wilczek
Assistant Coach: Judith Schaper