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This winter we will again have land based training using ERGs, free weights, and calisthenics. All training will be at the Bonneville Building at the Utah State Fair Park. We will break the winter up into three sessions, and athletes can register for any one, two, or all three sessions. The sessions run as follows:
We will offer training 3 days per week in either of two cohorts each weak: MWF or TThSa. Training is from 4-6 pm each day.
Athletes can register for the sessions they plan to participate in using links below, and Coach Linda will separately provide a sign-up sheet to indicate which cohort you'd like (MWF or TThSa).
We will be implementing procedures based on guidelines from the CDC and US Rowing to minimize the risk of COVID-19 spread including capping the size of cohorts, using sanitizer, social distancing, and increasing ventilation.
You can register for open seasons from other links on this home page. To facilitate doing this, please note there are pre-requisites to registering that you should complete first:
1. You need to complete our Swim Test and Medical Release forms and have them available to upload while registering. Links to download blank forms are below.
2. You need a US Rowing Association ID. Here are instructions to get one:
Utah Crew requires every rowing to have a basic US Rowing membership. Go to http://www.usrowing.org/join-or-renew-membership/ and sign up. Make sure to enter the Utah Crew Club Code: KJ3AU. While signing up for membership, make sure you sign the US Rowing online waiver as part of the US Rowing signup process.
Emma Goldsmith steers a boat during a Utah Crew workout
The Salt Lake Tribune published an article on rowing at Utah Crew, Waterford and Park City. The article can be found here.
Utah Crew returns with two silver medals racing against Southwestern crews at the final race of the season, the San Diego Fall Classic. Details can be found here.
Utah Crew (L to R Aleksandar Jovanovic-Haconl, Bruno Stehlik, Emma Goldsmith, Wilson Bielaczyc, Daniel Carlebach, and Linda Iqbal)
Utah Crew takes fifth place among US Crews at the head of the Charles. Details are here.
Kathleen Noble PreFinal in Tunisia
Kathleen Noble, a Lab Technician at the Huntsman Cancer Institute, who trains with Utah Crew is bound for Tokyo in 2020 for the Summer Olympic Games. Details are here.
Great outing for Utah Crew at the 2018 Head of the Charles! Details here.
Utah Crew had a very strong showing at the 2018 Wasatch Mountain Head. Read details here.
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Utah Crew has received a generous grant to provide scholarships to rowers demonstrating economic need from The Salt Lake City Youth Athletic Grant Scholarship Fund at the Community Foundation of Utah.
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Utah Crew is a non profit rowing club that provides recreational and competitive rowing programs for youth ages 13-18 across Northern Utah. We operate as one team across the Wasatch Back and Front with practice sites at both the Jordanelle Reservoir in Park City and the Jordan Surplus Canal in Salt Lake City. We are supported by parents and community donations.
Utah Crew is truly a great fit for those looking to cultivate their athleticism and make life long friends. Rowing is the ultimate team sport and not only helps kids to enhance their fitness, but also their community and social skills through racing and team bonding. Novices (those with no prior rowing experience) are encouraged to join our recreational or competitive team.
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