The LTA mixed coxed four competed at World Rowing Cup III this weekend in Poznan, Poland where they won a gold medal, following a strong final race. Curtis Halladay, Kristen Kit, Meghan Montgomery, Victoria Noland and Andrew Todd competed in their heat on Thursday, finishing first.
VICTORIA, Thursday, June 16, 2016 – Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) announced today their selection of 48 athletes for this year’s Junior National Team which includes teams for both the Can Am Mex Regatta and Junior World Rowing Championships. The Junior National Team is made up of...Read more
Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) confirmed the five athletes who will make up the LTA mixed coxed four (LTAMix4+) at World Rowing Cup III. The national para-rowing team will begin competition on Thursday, June 16 in Poznan, Poland with the LTAMix4+ finals held on Saturday. Full schedule and entry list...Read more
Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) extends its congratulations to Tricia Smith, president of the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) and Olympian, on her nomination to serve as a member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) today announced the seven crews who will compete at World Rowing Cup II in Lucerne, Switzerland from May 27 – 29. The regatta will take place following the FISA Final Olympic Qualification Regatta where the men’s quadruple sculls aim to qualify the seventh and final...Read more
VICTORIA, Thursday, May 12, 2016 – Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) announced today the four athletes to compete in the FISA Final Olympic Qualification Regatta for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Julien Bahain, Will Dean, Rob...Read more
RCA Keynote speakers series at the 2018 National Conference in January! Don't miss it!
Jennifer Walinga - An educator for 30 years, and former member of Canada’s Commonwealth, World and Olympic gold medal rowing teams (1983 to 1992). Dr. Jennifer Walinga draws on her personal, professional, and educational experiences when facilitating problem solving and leadership processes in organizations. Walinga blends organizational, educational, and sport theories in designing communication, change and performance interventions in organizations. She is an award-winning researcher focusing all of her projects on the central theme of optimal human performance. Her research interests include organizational communication, team dynamics, creative insight, social innovation, workplace health, sport education and high performance. Walinga is currently working on culture building projects in the spheres of sport, women in leadership, and workplace health. She is a mother of three and an active member of the athletic and educational communities in Victoria.
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