News and Updates
Saskatchewan Rowers Excel at RCA National Rowing Championships and Canada Cup
Provincial Team Success at Western Canada Summer Games
Seventeen Saskatchewan rowers competed at the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games held in Swift Current, SK. Rowing was held at Lac Pelletier Regional Park, about 30 minutes outside of the city. The team competed to outstanding results against crews from Alberta and Manitoba. Athletes competed in 6 events across three days of competition. The team won the women's points total and came second in the men's points total with 6 Gold medals, 4 Silver medals, and 2 Bronze medals. At the end of competition, Lauren Matai (Saskatoon RC) was selected by Team Sask to be the official flag bearer for the closing ceremonies. This was the first time in Games history that a rower has been selected to carry the flag for Team Sask at either a closing or opening ceremony!
Men's 1x - Connor Dodds (Silver)
Men's 2x - Grayson Laycock, Max Pally (Bronze)
Men's 4x - Johnathan McLeod, Connor Dodds, Thomas Farquar, Matthew Johner (Silver)
Men's 2- - Johnathan McLeod, Matthew Johner (Gold)
Men's 4- - Johnathan McLeod, Connor Dodds, Thomas Farquar, Matthew Johner (Gold)
Men's 8+ - Johnathan McLeod, Matthew Johner, Grayson Laycock, Connor Dodds, Henry Burdick, Nicholas Barden, Seamus Dodds (cox) (Silver)
Women's 1x - Lauren Matai (Gold)
Women's 2x - Lauren Matai, Elana Gelineau (Gold)
Women's 4x - Lauren Matai, Mya Kelln, Megan Kish, Elana Gelineau (Gold)
Women's 2- - Maya Marshall, Mya Kelln (Bronze)
Women's 4- - Lauren Matai, Maya Marshall, Mya Kelln, Elana Gelineau (Gold)
Women's 8+ - Lauren Matai, Elana Gelineau, Maya Marshall, Mya Kelln, Chelsea Dyck, Sarah Sweet, Megan Kish, Stella McLeod, Seamus Dodds (cox) (Silver)
SRA Winter Erg Series 2020
The SRA Winter Erg Series will begin the week of December 2-8. Check back closer to December to see an update here as well as a new web page for the ERG Series!
Development Pathways Document
The SRA Rowing Development Pathways chart is designed to assist members who have just joined the sport, or are interested in how to achieve and engage in certain levels of the sport.
This document reflects Junior standards, however it will be added in the future to include more age categories.
At the centre of this document is the spirit of rowing for fitness, community, and pleasure.
Click here to check the document out.
WHERE CAN ROWING TAKE YOU?
Whether you are aiming for a spot on the Olympic team or just want to enjoy glorious Saskatchewan water in summer, we have a program for you. Enjoy our site, and if there is anything you can't find, please contact our Executive Director at email@example.com.
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Row for Fun
Rowing in Saskatchewan can be as competitive or as fun as you like to make it. Rowing is a wonderful place to make friends with like minded, healthy conscious people. Our recreational rowers tend to organize themselves by age group. To find out more about the "fun" group right for you, contact the club closest to you.