Top rowers from around the world are getting ready to compete at this year’s World Rowing Championships. The 2014 edition of the Championships will take place on the storied Bosbaan course, situated 7km from the city center of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Three Canadian junior rowers are about to begin competing at the 2014 edition of the Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Nanjing, China. The YOG are a two week sports festival for athletes under 19 years of age.
The event also integrates a unique cultural and...Read more
Canada’s two Senior National lightweight men’s crews were honing race strategies in St. Catharines, Ontario ahead of the 2014 World Rowing Championships which start in 10 days in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Contesting the Championship men’s pair event, the lightweight men’s four split...Read more
Hometown Heroes is a new series profiling members of Canada’s National Rowing Team. From now until the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the athletes training at Canada’s two National Rowing Training Centers will be battling for individual seats within the crews which have qualified...Read more
Two Canadian crews made the podium this Sunday winning silver medals at the World Rowing Junior Championships in Hamburg, Germany. This is Canada’s most successful National Junior Team in almost two decades.
Saskatoon Rowing Club’s Larissa Werbicki and...Read more
In less than one month, the rowing world will gather in The Netherlands for the final, and most important, regatta of the season. The World Rowing Championships will take place on the storied Bosbaan, the world’s oldest manmade rowing course, which is located only 7 kilometers from the city...Read more
Over 3000 rowers, coaches, umpires, volunteers and spectators from across North America will gather in St. Catharines for the 132nd Royal Canadian Henley Regatta. Starting August 3rd, the week-long regatta welcomes rowers of all ages and this year, boasts the most entries in para-rowing events...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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