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  1. Stroke!: A Guide to Recreational Rowing by Bruce C. Brown, 1986-06
  2. The Red Rose Crew :A True Story of Women, Winning, and the Water by Daniel J. Boyne, Daniel J. Boyne is the Director of Recreational Rowing at, 2000-09-27
  3. How Ballast Placed Down Low Helps to Generate Horsepower from on High / Iron Ships and Wooden Men / The Fast and East Way to Build a Fiberglass Boat /Arthur Martin: Modern Recreational Rowing/ Tomfoolery: Sixteen Weeks from Lofting to Sailing, Part 2 (Boatbuilder: The Journal of Boat Design and Construction, Volume 9, Number 2, March/April 1991) by Dudley A. Dix, 1991
  4. The Complete Recreational Rower and Racer by Stephen Kiesling, 1991-01-16
  5. Quiet Water Canoe Guide: Pennsylvania : Best Paddling Lakes and Ponds for All Ages (AMC Quiet Water Canoe Guides) by Scott Shalaway, Linda Shalaway, 1994-04

1. MicMac AAC - Recreational Rowing
MicMac AAC Recreational Rowing Summer 2010 . Dates June 7th - August 27th. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. 545pm - 730pm. Program Created for fun, fitness, and the enjoyment of rowing, Mic
http://www.micmacaac.ns.ca/Content/Sport_Rowing_Recreational
MicMac AAC - Recreational Rowing
Summer 2010
Dates:
June 7th - August 27th Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Program:
Created for fun, fitness, and the enjoyment of rowing, Mic Mac AAC - Rowing strives to provide a positive environment for new and experienced rowers to participate in the sport of rowing. The Recreational rowing program is targeted towards those individuals who wish to participate in the sport and club in a non-competitive relaxed environment. As a recreational rower, the club will provide coaching and the equipment necessary to participate fully in the sport. Recreational Rowers if they wish may compete in local regattas at the discretion of the coach. Guidelines:
  • First Time Participants: Following the last session of your Learn To Row program, all participants will be invited to join the Recreational Program. Your Learn To Row Instructor will be available to provide guidance on the sign-up procedure for the Recreational Rowing Program. At the end of each session, please sign-up for a seat in an available recreational shell. A list of boats and available seats will be posted in the rowing bay. This process will allow for the rowers to secure a seat in an available recreational rowing shell during the next recreational rowing time, as seats can be limited. Returning recreational rowers are encouraged to create crews. Coaches will attempt to match rowers of similar skill levels. However, all decisions are based on safety, the availability of equipment, and the number of participants.

2. Genesee Waterways Center - Recreational Rowing
Recreational Rowing. This class is for individuals who have prior rowing experience, whether it was in high school, college or a community rowing program.
http://geneseewaterways.org/rowing_recreational.htm
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Recreational Rowing
This class is for individuals who have prior rowing experience, whether it was in high school, college or a community rowing program. Participants will be coached in 4- and 8-person shells and will further develop basic rowing skills in a collegial environment. Prerequisites: Learn-to-Row or equivalent Ages 14 and up Recreational Rowing - Spring/Summer Session One Cost: 2 days per week = $150 Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays Cost: 3 days per week = $225 Weekdays: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Location: Genesee Waterways Center Boathouse Saturdays: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM Click here to s ign up Recreational Rowing - Summer Session One June 7 to July 10, 2010 (7/10 Welland)

3. SoNo AC - South Norwalk Athletic Club - Rowing / Recreational Team
Rowing / Recreational Team information for SoNo Athletic Club is a core strength and conditioning facility promoting physical competence in recognized fitness domains
http://www.sonoac.com/index.php/Rowing/Recreational-Team

4. YWCA Rowing Centre
Masters Rowing Recreational Rowing Schoolgirls Intensive Coaching Program (ICP)
http://www.ozonline.com.au/ywca-rowing/act_training.html

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Training and Competing
Wednesday Morning Rowing Masters Rowing ... School Program Training and Competing This requires strong commitment to regular training, crew and coach. Competitions are in age division from Under 16 through to Masters, over 27. You will be placed in a crew which trains regularly (3 times weekly minimum for Novices/ Beginners) and then races in regattas against crews of similar standard from all over Victoria. The main regatta season is from October to April, however you can row all year round. Masters training is not so demanding with fewer regattas during the year. Masters Rowing If you are over 27 and wish to compete, you are eligible to row in Masters Grade events. We cater for age groups up to 60+. However, if you just want to row for fitness or recreation, there is plenty of scope within our Club.

5. ClubLocarno: Sail | Windsurf | Kayak | Row
Located at the Jericho Sailing Centre in Vancouver, BC, Canada, the Locarno Sailing Club offers sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, and ocean rowing recreation to the community at large.
http://www.clublocarno.com/
ClubLocarno 2010
Boats for Winter use
The following craft are available to members for sailing this winter: Nacra F18
Nacra 580
Nacra 500
Laser If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact any of our Executives See you on the water!
About ClubLocarno
ClubLocarno is a non-profit, member-run club offering sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, rowing, surf skiing and stand up paddling. We have top-notch equipment in all our fleets, so you can enjoy outstanding water sports year-round. With relatively low membership fees, we provide all the equipment (watercraft, lifejackets, harnesses, sails, paddles, pumps, etc) and training you'll need to get out on the water, with the exception of personal items such as clothing (wetsuit, jackets, etc) and a safety whistle. We are based in The Jericho Sailing Centre, on the south side of beautiful English Bay, where we can enjoy our favourite water activities, a beachfront patio, breathtaking sunsets, and panoramic views of the North Shore mountains, Stanley Park and downtown Vancouver. ClubLocarno accommodates both beginners and experienced water sport enthusiasts. Our Members are required to be 19 years of age or older, and to pitch in a bit in the volunteer operation of the club. For example, volunteers help run parties, maintain and repair watercraft, manage a fleet, and can run to be on the Executive. With everyone pitching in, and with no paid staff, we're able to keep our membership fees very affordable. For more information on membership and how to join, click on the "How to Join" link at the top of this page.

6. Rowing Recreational Double Scull For Sale - TradeMe.co.nz - New Zealand
Rowing Recreational Double Scull Trade Me Motors. New cars and used cars, motorbikes, boats and more for sale on trademe.co.nz
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      This is a fibreglass recreational double scull. Will fit any body and is very stable.
      It is 7m long.
      Comes with sculling wings but no oars.
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7. Argonaut Rowing Club - Rooms
Competative Rowing; Recreational Rowing; Learn to Row; Camp Argo; Adaptive Rowing; Corporate Rowing; Masters Rowing; Development for LTR Grads; Junior Rowing
http://www.argonautrowingclub.com/Content/Facilities and Rentals/Rooms.asp

8. Forest Row Junior FC
For under 7 s through to under 18. Club history and policies with list of committee members and managers. Also team applications.
http://www.frjfc.org.uk/
FOREST ROW JUNIOR FOOTBALL CLUB
Established 1982
Welcome to the Forest Row Junior Football Club Web Site
Latest News
Formed in 1982 the club was established to provide children organised junior football in the village. Since 1984 the club has been involved in local league football and now, half the team play in the with the other half playing in the The club's primary objective is to provide football for all. Currently, we have over 100 children in nine age groups from Under 7 right through to Under 15. We are determined that all those who want the chance to play football should be able to do so. That means providing an environment that is safe and fun, but also one that offers them a chance to develop as players, and to enjoy the full range of benefits that sport offers including being members of a team with individual responsibilities and recognition. It has always been the philosophy of the Club to keep subscriptions and match fees to a minimum so that no child should ever be excluded for financial reasons. This means that we rely on the generosity of local businesses and individuals for support ( see here Feedback Contents Search
Affiliated to Sussex County FA Send mail to tony@KarlPoulson.com

9. Portland Boat Club
Rowing in Portland About Us PBC Home Current Events Contacting Us Membership Information The Head of the Dog Regatta or HotDOG! Rowing in Portland
http://www.aracnet.com/~aebigelo/portland.html
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About Our Waters and Weather
Link to the National Weather Service, Portland, Oregon
Link to CNN for weather information
Link to PBC's sunrise and sunset timetables, not as accurate as those found on the link below
Link to NOAA's gorgeous local sun and moon information page includes sunrise and sunset times is available as a link towards the bottom of this page.
Link to Oregon State Parks Guide to the Willamette
Other Area Rowing Clubs
Portland has several rowing clubs besides the Portland Boat Club, each adding a distinct flavor to the Portland rowing scene. Check out the RowNW site for information on the entire Northwest's rowing clubs and events.
  • Station L Rowing Club
  • This is a great club for adults, offers learn-to-row classes, and generally fields several masters eights at regional regattas. Open age rowers are also welcome. Now moved into the new Portland Boathouse, Station L gets crews rowing during clement weather. Website: http://stationlrowingclub.com

10. Bay City Rowing Club, Bay City, Michigan
The club provides a complete rowing opportunity to the entire community including training, sport rowing, recreational rowing, social activities, competition, boat storage and
http://www.baycityrowing.org/bcrc-001.htm

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Bay City Rowing Club P.O. Box 615 Bay City, MI 48707-0615 Member Club Founded in 1989, The Bay City Rowing Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit community rowing organization with a mission to promote rowing as a healthy and rewarding activity for people of all ages. The club provides a complete rowing opportunity to the entire community including: training, sport rowing, recreational rowing, social activities, competition, boat storage and meeting rooms. Membership is open to anyone. Membership classifications include Adult, Family, Student and Supporting Associate. The rowing season begins on April 15 each year. The boathouse remains open until ice forms on the river in the fall. For information about membership and our "Learn To Row" program you can leave a message on the boathouse answering machine at (989) 892-5769. You can send email to the club c/o our web master: support@mmcctech.com

11. Welcome To The Frontpage
Offers history, social events, player profiles and picture galleries.
http://www.forestrowcc.co.uk/
Welcome to Forest Row Cricket Club
Founded in 1886, Forest Row Cricket Club is a well run village cricket club aiming to provide cricket to as many people as possible. We presently have a membership of 90 players participating in league cricket in both the East Sussex and Mid Sussex leagues. Our games attract attendance from all over Sussex.
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Forest Row First XI v Ringmer Second XI - 31 July 2010
Forest Row First XI v Ringmer Second XI After winning the toss and electing to bat, the visiting Ringmer set an aggressive tone despite the loss of 3 wickets inside the first 10 overs. Scoring at 7 r [ ... ]
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Forest Row Cricket Club First XI @ Lewes St. Michaels - Cup
Forest Row Cricket Club First XI played Lewes St. Michael Cricket Club First XI in the first round of the 2010 InterSport Trophy. Forest Row won the toss and sent the home side in to bat where Forest [ ... ]
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12. Boston University | Fitness And Recreation Center | Programs And Classes | Outdo
DeWolfe Boathouse. All on the water classes rowing classes are held at the Dewolfe Boathouse. Learn more
http://www.bu.edu/fitrec/programs/outdoor/
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      Rowing on the Charles offers an unmatched view of the hub! Take advantage of our many rowing opportunities, as well as our indoor tanks classes for training during the late fall, winter, and early spring. All on the water classes rowing classes are held at the Dewolfe Boathouse, 619 Memorial Drive, Cambridge. The indoor tanks training takes place at the rowing tanks and crew workout area at 300 Babcock St. Noncredit Rowing
      PE Credit Rowing
      Sailing and Kayaking
      Recreational Sailing and Kayaking courses run from the BU Sailing Pavillion in the Summer. Noncredit Summer Sailing/ Kayaking
      PE Credit Sailing/ Kayaking
      Recreational Sailing
      The Sailing Boathouse is available for experienced sailors during recreational sailing hours by purchasing a Boston University Sailing Card. Details
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      Boating Swim Test
      The Boating Swim Test is required for participation in all Rowing and Sailing. Only the Boston University Boating Swim Test administered by a lifeguard at the Fitrec competition pool is accepted to register for a boating class. Read more about the Boating Swim Test
      Purchase a Sailing Card
      Purchase of a Sailing Card and successful completion of the Boating Swim Test is required.

13. YWCA Rowing Centre
Masters Rowing Recreational Rowing Schoolgirls Learn to Row classes / Intensive Coaching Program (ICP)
http://www.ozonline.com.au/ywca-rowing/act_sundays.html

Annual Report

Training and Competing
Wednesday Morning Rowing Masters Rowing ... School Program Come and try, no experience necessary 10-11.30AM ON THE FIRST SUNDAY
OF EVERY MONTH * * in 2010 - 1st session in January will be Jan 10 instead of 3rd In April session will be held on April 11 instead of 4th Just turn up and have fun. These sessions are open to both male and female participants from teens to adults. You will receive basic tuition in crews of 4 in an olympic-style shell (boat). You don't need to bring your own crew as there are always eager beginners, like yourself, ready to make up a crew . . . and you won't get wet unless it rains. Unlike canoes, rowing shells don't roll over, so you can learn to row all year round. Membership not necessary. Wednesday Morning Rowing 10-11.30am every

14. Forest Row Bike Club - FRBC Home Page
Offers news and ride reports with rides schedule and photo gallery.
http://www.frbc1.talktalk.net/
Forest Row Bike Club
Welcome to the website of Forest Row's only club devoted to the noble art of cycling. For those who don't know, Forest Row is in the north-west corner of East Sussex, about 3 miles south-east of East Grinstead. Which is in West Sussex. But let's not complicate matters any further. We're a diverse group, with a wide mix of ages, abilities and hair-styles. What unites us is the enjoyment of cycling, fresh air and tea, and the hatred of steep hills. Of which there are a few. We meet up most Sundays in the Lower Square in Forest Row, outside Future Cycles . and new faces are always welcome. The main group meets at 9:30am and usually manages 30 to 40 miles with a stop for brunch. We try to vary route, and keep to country lanes and established cycle tracks as far possible. See our Rides Schedule for details of planned outings. The ' Meanderers ' meet at 10:00am and takes things a little easier, and settle for fewer miles at a genteel pace. For those who prefer rougher stuff, the ' Rutters ' meet at 9:00am for a 1 to 1.5 hour ride on the tracks and byways.

15. World Rowing E-Magazine, Autumn-Winter 2006
Pour de plus amples informations sur l’aviron de randonn e en g n ral et le Tour mondial d’aviron en particulier, consultez le site Internet Rowing/Recreational ou Events
http://www.worldrowingmagazine.com/worldrowingmagazine/2006fall/?pg=25

16. Average Energy Expenditure Of Various Activities And Sports: Information From An
rowing (recreational) 190 220 250 270 300 rugby 430 490 550 610 670 running (16 km/h) 719 820 920 1016 1116 skiing (downhill) 480 545 610 680 745 soccer 430 490 550 610
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17. Events & Tours - Recreational Rowing : Uk
trip on the River Severn in Worcestershire Gloucestershire. Travelling further afield you may be interested in the annual FISA tour. British Rowing Recreational Rowing
http://www.recrowing.org.uk/pages/events-tours.html
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    Planned tours this year
    Each year tours are arranged both here in the UK and internationally. This is a great way to see the world - by human power, and meet fellow rowers! This year's tour will be on the River Trent, from Nottingham to Lincoln 2-5th September 2010.
    Travelling further afield you may be interested in the annual FISA tour © British Rowing - Recreational Rowing Working Party - 2010

18. Sudbury Rowing Club - News Archive
Recreational Rowing. Recreational rowing is an active part of the club with many rowers looking to enjoy rowing without the competitive edge, the club ensures all rowers and
http://www.sudbury.rowing.org.uk/pages/squads/recreational.html
Recreational Rowing
Recreational rowing is an active part of the club with many rowers looking to enjoy rowing without the competitive edge, the club ensures all rowers and scullers wishing to row are put together with liked minded rowers each week. With many rowers available most weeks there is a good core group of athletes to enjoy the facilities. Sudbury Rowing Club with the picturesque river Stour and the great family atmosphere is a great place to enjoy rowing. For further information please speak to one of our Vice Captains on Vicecaptains@sudbury.co.uk

19. Team Bath | Recreational Rowing
Recreational Rowing. As well as being one of Great Britain’s more successful Olympic sports, rowing is great for fitness as a recreational option both on and off the water.
http://www.teambath.com/rowing/rowing-recreational/

20. The British Rowing Tour | British Rowing
You can also visit the British Rowing Recreational Rowing Working Party website which has all the details. Interested to connect with other rowers in your region?
http://www.britishrowing.org/news/british-rowing-tour-2010
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      The British Rowing Tour
      Posted : 03/09/10 This weekend sees British Rowing Tour rowers take on the River Trent, winding their way from from Nottingham to Lincoln.
      Each year British Rowing tours are arranged both here in the UK and internationally. This is a great way to see the waterways of the world, by human power, and meet fellow rowers!
      The Trent is the third largest river in England after the Thames and the Severn. It is unusual amongst English rivers in that it flows north (for the second half of its route), and is also unusual in exhibiting a tidal bore, the "Trent Aegir".
      The 2010 tour is organised by Weyfarers in assocation with Nottingham RC, Newark RC and Lincoln Rowing Centre. One highlight for the weary rowers will be to visit the Explore Rowing Club, Newark RC, as an overnight stop-off point. Some much needed fish and chips will be devoured! We'll post up photos on our website and the British Rowing Facebook page as soon as they are available.

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