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Ontario Trillium Foundation grant helped Brockville Rowing Club weather COVID-19
A timely and significant grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation helped ensure the Brockville Rowing Club (BRC) made it through a tough 2020. The Club used its $145,00 Capital grant to buy new equipment which made it possible for a late-season return to on-water training.
Registration for the 2023 Summer Rowing Camp program is now open. Register now to secure your spot!
With a return to the water, our excitement for another season of rowing is growing. This video from World Rowing captures the spirit of why we row.
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Adult Recreational Rowing Registration
Adult Recreational Rowing RegistrationPlease Note: Program registration and payment may not guarantee a spot. The program is limited to 18 participants each month.Introduction to Rowing Pathway Summer Camps Adult Recreational Program...
Adult Recreational Program
Adult Recreational ProgramNEW PROGRAM STARTING THIS SUMMER With the BRC's new fleet of coastal rowing boats, we are introducing an Adult Recreational Rowing program. This program will appeal to both experienced rowers and those new to the sport. For each session,...
BRC alumni updates – Tokyo edition
Rowing is well underway at the Tokyo Olympics. Make sure to catch the races and cheer on our BRC alumni including Conlin McCabe (silver medalist, 2012), women’s coach Phil Marshall, and club affiliate/spare Rebecca Zimmerman. Phil has coached at the club, university,...
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The Brockville Rowing Club promotes and develops rowing at all levels focusing on excellence in recreation, competition and coaching.