At the conclusion of the second day of racing at the World U23 Rowing Championships, two crews have already secured places in the coveted A finals and a further four crews remain in the hunt. An A final is necessary for a podium finish.
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Just as Canada’s senior team returned to home soil following their World Cup campaign, the Under 23 team (U23) was preparing for a grueling 5-day battle in Italy with action beginning tomorrow. The rowers are competing at the annual World Rowing...Read more
This Saturday and Sunday, Burnaby Lake will host Rowing Canada Aviron’s 2014 Canadian Masters Championships. The event has received a record number of entrants, taking entries from 800 crews representing 50 clubs from across North and South America.
Four Canadian crews fought for podium finishes during the final day of racing in Lucerne, as spectators were spoilt for tight and fierce racing ahead of the all-important 2014 World Rowing Championships in six weeks time.
The men’s four were the first Canadians to be on the podium winning...Read more
RCA Keynote speakers series at the 2018 National Conference in January! Don't miss it!
Jennifer Walinga - An educator for 30 years, and former member of Canada’s Commonwealth, World and Olympic gold medal rowing teams (1983 to 1992). Dr. Jennifer Walinga draws on her personal, professional, and educational experiences when facilitating problem solving and leadership processes in organizations. Walinga blends organizational, educational, and sport theories in designing communication, change and performance interventions in organizations. She is an award-winning researcher focusing all of her projects on the central theme of optimal human performance. Her research interests include organizational communication, team dynamics, creative insight, social innovation, workplace health, sport education and high performance. Walinga is currently working on culture building projects in the spheres of sport, women in leadership, and workplace health. She is a mother of three and an active member of the athletic and educational communities in Victoria.
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