Few, if any other, students get up as early as the Women’s Rowing Crew. During the Spring and Fall rowing seasons they will be up at the crack of dawn and on the water or the training room. Early in the Spring they will have rowed miles even before daylight. By the time most other students are heading to class, they will too because they are students after all. See what a practice is like Sunrise on the Water with the WVU Women’s Crew
The weather and the water are both warming up. Time to think about getting back on the water. For experienced rowers its easy. Pay your dues, get checked out and you will be able to row. If you are new to rowing and want to learn to row we will have to work around the current social distancing directive, but it should be possible when the water warms up a little more. Contact the website info@monrowing .org or email@example.com
MRA invites the Morgantown community to join us for the annual Learn To Row day. Discover what rowing is all about, see our boats (shells) and try your hand at rowing. Find out if this is a sport for you with hands on.
When: Saturday June 6 from 10am to 3pm
Where: Boathouse, 40 Donley Street, Morgantown
once again posted the best time during the heats finishing in 6:03.19. The finals will be held on Sunday September 1st at 15:48 local time or 2:48am EDT. We wish them all the best.