Youth Programs


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“Junior” refers to any athlete aged 12-18. Rowing programs offered for this age group include:

a) Junior Learn to Row (recommended for ages 12-18, although 11-year-olds who are at least 56″ tall or at least weigh 70lbs will be accepted) -learn the basics of rowing including safety, equipment, body movement, and timing. Focus is on FUNdamentals and building physical literacy through various activities.

b) Junior Recreational (recommended for ages 12-18, although 11-year-olds who are at least 56″ tall or at least weigh 70lbs will be accepted) -participants who have completed Junior Learn to Row (or equivalent) can join the Junior Recreational Crew. Focus on fun, improving overall fitness, and further development of sport-specific skills. This program is for athletes either still building towards, or not interested in training for competition.

c) Junior Competitive (recommended for ages 14-18, although 13-year-olds will be accepted) -participants considering this program should consult with a Coach for an assessment. Focus is to train young athletes interested in specializing in rowing at local, provincial, national, and international level competitions. It involves a higher level of commitment, training volume, and intensity. Athletes that are meeting specific strength and fitness measures may be invited to supplement their training with Provincial Team activities.

MMAAC Rowing – Junior Programs rev August 14 2016

Support for the Junior Summer Camp Program is provided by Rowing Canada Aviron

 


2019 Mic Mac AAC Rowing Juniors Bursary Application – NEW PARTICIPANTS

2019 Mic Mac AAC Rowing Juniors Bursary Application – NEW PARTICIPANTS

2019 Mic Mac AAC Rowing Juniors Bursary Application – RETURNING PARTICIPANTS

2019 Mic Mac AAC Rowing Juniors Bursary Application – RETURNING PARTICIPANTS

2019 Mic Mac AAC Rowing Juniors Bursary Application – PROVINCIAL TEAM MEMBERS

2019 Mic Mac AAC Rowing Juniors Bursary Application – PROVINCIAL TEAM MEMBERS

 

SPRING / SUMMER / FALL 2019