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CHARGERS Winter Training

  • Indoor Training
  • Erging/Rowing
  • Calisthenics
  • Improve Fitness/Technique
  • Coaching Provided
  • Virtual Option Available
  • Space is Limited

$225

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Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:30-8:30 PM Saturday 8:00-10:00 AM

from January 25 to April 30

St. Ann’s School

4471 Onondaga Boulevard

Equipment Care Reminder!!!

 

Rowing shells, rigging and oars are easily damaged. If you believe there may be some damage to any equipment, inform our Equipment/Boathouse Manager, Dave Cusano
 by either completing this form HERE or contacting him at 315-546-6575 or by email at djcusano@gmail.com.

Safe equipment handling improves the safety and enjoyment of rowing and will maintain the quality of the rowing equipment for the Club.

SEE BELOW

Summer Equipment Care Reminder:
 
****Oar Carrying and Care****
 
-Carry blades forward in view, to avoid contact with obstacles. Not over the shoulders.
-No more than two oars per person.
-Do not drag the oars on the ground and do not drop the handles into the water.
-Do not throw or drop the oars on the ground. Place them on the ground gently.
****Walking the boat to the water****
-The rower behind the rigger watches to make sure the rigger is clear.
-DO NOT CARRY THE BOAT BY THE RIGGER. Only carry the boat by the gunwhale.
 

****Placing/removing the shell from the water****
-Very Important: Make sure a coxswain or coach is by the fin/skeg before placing the boat in the water or taking it out so the skeg does not hit the dock.
-Once the shell is on the water, at least one (more in windy conditions) rower must stay with the shell while the rest of the crew gets oars.
 
****Before placing the shell into the rack****
-The boat MUST be rinsed and/or wiped down.
 
****COXSWAINS: Cox Boxes and Head Gear****
-This equipment is extremely expensive (over $700 between the cox box and head gear) and must be handled with extreme care.
-Do not throw equipment or leave this equipment on the ground.
-Cox boxes and head gear must be placed in the charging rack and plugged in after practice on the far right hand side of the boathouse.

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