The California Avenue Rowing Center was made possible in part by a grant from the Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation.
Utah Crew has received a generous grant from The Salt Lake City Youth Athletic Grant Scholarship Fund at the Community Foundation of Utah to provide scholarships to local area rowers demonstrating economic need.
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The Salt Lake Tribune published an article on rowing at Utah Crew, Waterford and Park City. The article can be found here.
The Salt Lake Tribune recently interviewed Kathleen Noble, the first rower to represent Uganda at the Olympics, and her coaches, Linda and Ahsan. Read the article here.
Utah Crew is a non profit rowing club that provides recreational and competitive rowing programs for youth ages 13-18. 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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