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INDIANA ROWING CAMP

Dates

2014 Indiana Rowing Camp

06/22/2014-06/26/2014

$760 Overnight/$635 Commuter* (add $50 for registrations after April 30)

For Girls Ages 13-18
Indiana University
Bloomington, Indiana

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* Commuter rate includes lunch and dinner, stay until after evening activity is completed

FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

Registration Dates: Until camp fills or June 7

Phone: 1-812-856-5774
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If Mailing in registration, send to:
Indiana Rowing Camp
Assembly Hall
1001 E. 17th Street
Bloomington, IN 47408

All IU Camps are open to all and any entrants




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The 2014 Indiana Rowing Camp caters to both beginner and experienced rowers and coxswains age 13-18. IU Head Rowing Coach Steve Peterson and his staff offer a challenging, fun, and rewarding experience where beginners learn fundamental skills and experienced athletes focus on technique development and performance. Learn why rowing is the ultimate team sport!

THE CAMP EXPERIENCE

Total Rower Development

Commitment to excellence on and off the water is the emphasis of the Indiana Rowing Camp. Rowers are divided into groups by experience and ability with low staff-to-camper ratios for concentrated teaching. There is a strong focus on individual skills as well as a dynamic program that advances team tactics. Water sessions include attention to technique, focusing on rhythm / ratio, blade work, and catch & release positions; land sessions include physical training in addition to lessons on race tactics, nutrition, and collegiate rowing / recruiting. Daily activities include video analysis and question and answer sessions!

Specialized Coxswain Training

The coxswain is a key element of the crew and will be given specialized training with a well-rounded approach for the tactical, technical and psychological aspects of the position. The coxswain\'s role will be enhanced as they participate in land training activities with the rowers. We can only accept a limited number of coxswains so don\'t delay, register today!

COACHES MAKE THE DIFFERENCE!

STEPHEN PETERSON - Head Coach Women's Rowing, Indiana University

  • More than 20 years as a head coach, Peterson has mentored 11 athletes that have gone on to earn spots on the US National Team, and five who have earned medals at the World Championships and the Olympics
  • 7-time U.S. National Team Rower including the 1996 U.S. Olympic Rowing Team
  • 1990 World Champion as a member of the U.S. National Team Lightweight Double Sculls
  • U.S. Rowing Hall Of Fame Inductee, class of 2007
  • Coached nationally ranked crews to the Division I NCAA Championships
  • Brought Women's Rowing at Indiana University to a top-20 collegiate Division I team ranking in 2012
  • Peterson's philosophy is built upon the idea that "rowing is fun, training with your teammates is fun, improving every day in practice is fun, competing is fun, winning is fun."


SHEILA RINOZZI - Assistant Coach Women's Rowing, Indiana University

  • 2010-13 coached at the University of Iowa, Northwestern University and Loyola Academy in Illinois
  • First team All Big Ten her junior and senior year as a coxswain with Iowa
  • Interned with US Rowing Association in Princeton and the Harvard University Athletic Department
  • Rinozzi, a 4-year letter winner at Iowa, is a native of Chicago

kate sweeney- Assistant Coach Women's Rowing, Indiana University

  • Two-time top-five finisher at the NCAA Rowing Championships and a Big Ten Champion in 2011 while a rower at Ohio State
  • 2012 Golden Buckeye Award winner for most spirit and positive leadership 
  • Coached novice crews at Dublin Crew in Columbus, Ohio, during the 2012-13 season
  • Sweeney a native of Pittsburgh, Penn., started her rowing career at Oakland Catholic

THE FACILITIES

Come experience college living on the Indiana University Bloomington campus. IU Bloomington is known as one of the five most beautiful college campuses in the nation. The city of Bloomington is nestled in the rolling hills of southern Indiana with a central location in the heart of the Midwest. We're an hour's drive from Indianapolis, two hours from Louisville, three from Cincinnati, and four from Chicago and Saint Louis. Bloomington is the quintessential college town - active, intellectual, young, friendly, relaxed, and safe.

Overnight campers will reside in IU's newest dormitory, opened in August 2013, Rose Avenue Residence Hall. This air conditioned facility is located in the heart of campus.

Water sessions will take place at the Dale England Rowing Facility, the practice and competition site for the Indiana Rowing team. This facility is situated on the University owned 33 acres of water front property on Lake Lemon. An ideal setting for rowing, Indiana University has hosted the Big Ten Rowing Championships here on their 2000 meter race course. Bus transportation will be provided to/from the rowing center daily for both overnight and commuter campers.

TYPICAL DAILY SCHEDULE

7-8 am Breakfast
8-11 am Morning Rowing Session
11:30 am-1 pm
Lunch & Guest Speaker
1-4:30 pmAfternoon Rowing Session
5-6:30 pm Dinner
6:45-7 pm Practice Video Analysis
7-9 pmTeam Activity
9-10:30 pm Game Room/Evening Wind Down
11 pmLights out - QUIET 

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