ROW WITH US
Triangle Rowing Club offers many opportunities for high school and middle school students (grades 7-12) to learn how to row and compete with the team in regattas.
SNEAK PEEK WEEK
Triangle Rowing Club!
If you are a high school or middle school student in grades 7-12, you are welcome to join the team.
No experience? No worries! The best way to discover rowing is at a Sneak Peek Week offered twice a year, or at a Learn To Row summer session.
Remember, a new signed medical form must be uploaded yearly.
February 18-22 2020
Each Fall and Spring, Triangle Rowing Club offers a "sneak peek" to students, free of charge, who would like to try out rowing before joining the team!
During Sneak Peek Week, any student in grades 7-12 can experience one week on our team.
Please check the Middle School Schedule as it varies for boys and girls.
SUMMER LEARN TO ROW
Each summer, Triangle Rowing Club offers week-long sessions to teach youth entering grades 7-12 how to row.
The fee is $195 per session.
SESSION #1: July 6-10
SESSION #2: July 20-24
SESSION #3: Aug 3-7
100% refund if TRC must cancel camp due to COVID-19.
The Triangle Rowing Club (TRC) is the premier youth rowing club and competitive team in the Triangle area!
Our mission is to promote character, commitment, athleticism, leadership, and teamwork in youth through the sport of competitive rowing in the Triangle area.
The club is open to students in grades 7-12, from all middle and high schools in the Triangle area. We have rowers from Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Garner, Apex, Holly Springs, and Wake Forest. We welcome rowers of all abilities, from novice to experienced, and strive to provide a fun, safe, positive, and stimulating experience. They learn to compete and work as a team, gaining valuable life skills.
The club practices at Lake Wheeler, located about six miles south of downtown Raleigh. Our fleet includes doubles, fours, eights and pairs. We participate in both sweep rowing and sculling events.
TRC competes in regattas in nearby states such as Virginia, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia. Fall is for Head racing, in which boats race the clock in single file, with interval starts, over a winding course of up to 6000 meters. In the spring, rowers compete in Sprints which are head-to-head races in six lanes over a straight 2000 meter course.
We welcome you to our club. Please contact us for more information!
TRC win the BEST YOUTH SPORTS ORGANIZATION IN THE TRIANGLE for the 3rd year in a row!!!
There are many ways to support Triangle Rowing Club. We appreciate all of our donors. Check out the links below for more info, or contact TRC's Fundraising Chair:
Michelle Von Dauber