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2024 Summer Programs

Utah Crew offers a range of summer programs for youth ages 13 to 18 of all experience levels.

Learn to Row Camp - a 4 day camp teaching the basics of rowing. 8:30 to 10:30 AM.
June 10 - 14 or July 22 - 26 (No camp on 7/24)
Cost: $100

Steps to Take Before Starting Registration

Before registering, please note there are pre-requisites to registering that you should complete first:

1.  You need to complete our Swim Test and Medical Release forms and have them available to upload while registering.

2.  You need a US Rowing Association ID.  Here are instructions to get one:

Utah Crew requires every rower to have a basic US Rowing membership. Go to https://www.usrowing.org/join-or-renew-membership/ to sign up. Make sure to enter the Utah Crew Club Code: KJ3AU. While signing up for membership, make sure you sign the US Rowing online waiver as part of the US Rowing signup process.

*Swim Test not required for Winter Indoor Training or Salt Lake Indoor Rowing Championship.

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Recreational Rowing - open to all rowers who have completed at least the Learn to Row Camp. Further advance your rowing skills in a low pressure atmosphere. Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 to 10:30 AM throughout the summer. 3 sessions available:
- June 10 - June 29
- July 1 - July 19
- July 22 - August 9
Cost: $180 per session or $400 for all three session

Recreational Program

This program is appropriate for new rowers
who are not ready to compete and would like to try rowing in a relaxed atmosphere,
and for experienced rowers who are unable to commit to practicing five days per week. Practices are three days per week. Athletes have the option to compete at local regattas.

The cost for the recreational program for Spring 2024 is $550.

Financial Assistance Available!

Utah Crew strives to create an environment in which anyone who wants to row, can row. State and locally funded Youth Athletic Grant Scholarships may be available to athletes who qualify for free or reduced lunch programs or Medicaid. When scholarship funding through state or local grants is not available, Utah Crew will continue to evaluate all scholarship requests by local area rowers demonstrating economic need.

In addition, we work with athletes and their families to ensure all rowers are able to participate, regardless of the above eligibility requirements.

If you are a rower interested in more information or would like to apply for financial assistance, please contact us at info@utahcrew.org.

Coaching Positions

Join us and coach athletes amidst a backdrop of snow-capped mountains in beautiful Salt Lake City. See details at row2k.

High Performance Camp - Participants in this camp must have at least one season of rowing experience. Athletes will train 8 sessions per week in preparation for competing in the Rowfest National Championships in Oklahoma City July 14-16. Practices will be 7-9 AM Monday through Saturday and 5-7 PM Tuesday and Thursday.
Dates: June 10 - July 16
Cost: $1100 (Not including the cost of travel and the Rowfest regatta)

The Racing Team

The Utah Crew racing team is open to youth ages 13 to 18 who want to be part of a nationally competitive team. We strive to help each athlete reach their full potential within an environment of safety, fun and increasing levels of challenge. Practices are held 5 days per week. Attendance at all practices and regattas is expected.

The cost for the racing team for Spring 2024 is $800 plus a $100 refundable volunteer fee*.

*The on-line registration form will indicate a total fee of $900, payable at registration.

Regattas & Special Events

Covered Bridge Regatta
April 13 - 14; Eugene, OR

Southwest Regional Championships
May 3 - 5; Sacramento, CA

Brine Shrimp Sprints
May 11; Salt Lake City, UT

Salt Lake Tribune writes about Olympian Kathleen Noble

The Salt Lake Tribune recently interviewed Kathleen Noble, the first rower to represent Uganda at the Olympics, and her coaches, Linda and Ahsan. Read the article here.

Salt Lake Tribune writes about rowing in Utah

The Salt Lake Tribune published an article on rowing at Utah Crew, Waterford and Park City.
The article can be found here.

Utah Crew strives to create an environment in which anyone who wants to row, can row. State and locally funded Youth Athletic Grant Scholarships may be available to athletes who qualify for free or reduced lunch programs or Medicaid. When scholarship funding through state or local grants is not available, Utah Crew will continue to evaluate all scholarship requests by local area rowers demonstrating economic need.

In addition, we work with athletes and their families to ensure all rowers are able to participate, regardless of the above eligibility requirements.

If you are a rower interested in more information or would like to apply for financial assistance, please contact us at info@utahcrew.org.

Utah Crew

Utah Crew is a non profit rowing club that provides recreational and competitive rowing programs for youth ages 13-18. We are supported by parents and community donations.

Utah Crew is truly a great fit for those looking to cultivate their athleticism and make life long friends. Rowing is the ultimate team sport and not only helps kids to enhance their fitness, but also their community and social skills through racing and team bonding. Novices (those with no prior rowing experience) are encouraged to join our recreational or racing team.

Our Coaches

Click here to learn more about our Coaches.

Head Coach Linda Iqbal and Varsity Coach Ahsan Iqbal

Ways to Support Utah Crew

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DIRECT YOUR SMITH'S CHARITABLE REWARDS TO UTAH CREW HERE: Create or log in to Smith's Account. Under "Community/Smith's Inspiring Donations" use organization # 74907

Updates & News

SLIRC 2022 Results

By camille | Nov 24, 2022

Salt Lake Indoor Rowing Championships Results 2022   Cox Female Place Lane First Name Last Name Time Meters Ave Pace 1 3 Gretchen Lane 01:49.5 500 01:49.5 2 2 Avery Carlson 02:04.0 500 02:04.0 3 1 Elle Barrow 02:09.1 500 02:09.1 U15 Boys 1 1 Tagg Perreca 08:03.7 2000 02:00.9 U17 Boys 1 1 Hudson…

Utah Crew wins two silver medals at the San Diego Fall Classic Regatta

By camille | Nov 24, 2022

A successful close to the Fall Season Salt Lake City, 11 November 2019. Utah Crew returns with two silver medals racing against Southwestern crews at the final race of the season, the San Diego Fall Classic.  Utah was second in the Boys Junior Quad in a field of 12 crews, some from as far away…

Williams Fork Rowfest

By camille | Nov 24, 2022

Strong Showing Bodes Well for 2018 Season Utah Crew did great winning in 5 of 8 races at the 2018 Rowfest Williams Fork in Colorado!  Boats with medals included: M1X: Gold (Carlebach) M2X: Gold (Jovanovic-Hacon, Fastre) W1X: Silver (Goldsmith) W2X: Gold (Volmrich, Lee ) W4X: Silver (Goldsmith, Volmrich, Fisher, Lee) W4+: Silver (Cornell, Lair, Koutrouba,…

Utah Crew Hi Po Team at US Rowing Club Nationals

By camille | Nov 24, 2022

Great Results with More Promise for 2019 Utah rowers from Utah Crew, Waterford, and Park City participated together in Utah Crew’s High Performance Camp this summer.  Coaches from both Waterford and Utah Crew led the team in training and prepared the rowers for US Rowing’s Club Nationals in Camden, NJ.  Eight rowers and Coach Linda…

Utah Crew Team Members Advancing to Semi’s

By camille | Nov 24, 2022

Go Girls! Abby Powers (Women’s Intermediate Ltwt 1x) and Zoe Glasgow & Samantha Kelsey (Women’s Intermediate 2-) advanced to the semi-finals at 2017 Club Nationals at Harsha Lake, Cincinnati, OH!

KSL Visits Utah Crew

By camille | Nov 24, 2022

In 2015, KSL visited Utah Crew to learn more about rowing in Salt Lake City. Check out the full article here: https://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=36742420.

Utah rower wins a berth in the 2020 Olympics

By camille | Nov 24, 2020

Kathleen is Tokyo bound in 2020 Kathleen Noble will be racing the Womens Single Sculls in Tokyo 2020 Olympics.  Details are here. Utah rower wins a berth in the 2020 Olympics Salt Lake City, 23 October 2019.  Kathleen Noble, Salt Lake City resident, has managed to secure a coveted slot to race in the 2020 Olympics…

Utah Youth Rowers Earn Top 10 Finish in Elite International Race

By camille | Oct 12, 2019

Utah is 5th fastest US Crew at the Head of the Charles Regatta Salt Lake City, UT and Boston, MA – October 20, 2019 – Five Utah youth athletes traveled to Boston, MA to take on an elite international field in the 55th Head of the Charles Regatta. Coxswain Emma Goldsmith, a junior at Highland…

2018 San Diego Fall Classic

By camille | Nov 24, 2018

Haulin’ Home Some Hardware Eight entries and four medals for Utah Crew! With 8 entries, we earned:  2 silvers, 2 bronzes, 2 fourth places, a 7th, and an 8th place finish. The hard work really paid off!  Here is quick summary (by race): 4th:  (13) Men’s Jrs 1x (Hoglin) 2nd:  (45) Womes Jr Novice 8+…

2018 Head of the Charles

By camille | Nov 24, 2018

We’ll be Back! Young team finishes 17th out of 40 to earn guaranteed spot in 2019 HOCR! Utah Crew sent a men’s youth coxed quad to the 2018 Head of the Charles.  Given we finished in the top half of the race, we’ll be going back in 2019.  The boat had one senior (coxswain), two…

Utah Crew Sponsors

Interested in supporting Utah Crew?

Utah Outdoor Recreation Grant

The California Avenue Rowing Center was made possible in part by a grant from the Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation.

Reagan Outdoor

Regan Outdoor is a generous supporter of Utah Crew, helping us spread the word and reach out to our community!

Become a sponsor

Become a sponsor of Utah Crew, and help us support youth athletes in Utah.
For more info, email info@utahcrew.org.