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
There were brilliant conditions for Nova Scotia's first international regatta, with the first race convincingly won by Mexico's Klaus Rasmussen. Local spectators were joined by travelling supporters to see junior rowers from Mexico, United States and Canada compete over the newly installed 2000m...Read more
The newly installed 2000m buoyed race course in Lochaber Lake will host its first international rowing event, the CanAmMex Regatta. Hosted by Antigonish Rowing Club, the CanAmMex Regatta will take place tomorrow and Saturday (July 11 and 12) with some of the best junior rowers from Canada, the...Read more
Beautiful Burnaby Lake is getting ready to host the Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) Canadian Masters Championships (CMC) this July. Known for its protected waters and spectacular views, Burnaby Lake has been home to water sport enthusiasts since 1929.
RCA is campaigning to support five Next Generation Teams - Under 23, Junior, Under 21, CanAmMex and FISU who will be competing over the summer. Thanks to your generous donations we have raised over $40,000. Our goal is to raise $50,000 for these NextGen rowers who will be representing Canada on the world stage in Poland, Czech Republic, Mexico, China and New Zealand. Donations can be made to support all five Team Canada members or your funds can be directed to a specific team. Let’s support our #RCANextGen rowers! To donate and for more information go to RCANextGen.ca 28 min 22 sec ago.