Over the winter Utah Crew trains indoors, rowing on rowing ergometers, lifting weights and doing body weight exercises and core strengthening exercises. This program is great crosstraining for other sports as well as preparation for the Spring weason. Winter Training practices are held in the Wasatch Building at the Utah State Fair Park.
The winter is divided into 3 sessions. Register for any of the 3 or all 3 for a discount:
Session 1: 11/20 - 12/20 (no practice 11/24 and 11/25)
Session 2: 1/5 - 1/31
Session 3: 2/2 - 3/2
Schedule: M-W-F @ 4:00 - 6:00 PM
Saturdays @ 9:00 - 11:00 AM
Regattas & Special Events
San Diego Fall Classic
November 12, Crown Point Park, San Diego, CA
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 email@example.com.
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 Fall 2023 is $725 plus a $100 refundable volunteer fee.
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 Fall 2023 is $550
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Steps to Take Before Starting Registration
Before registering, please note there are pre-requisites to registering that you should complete first:
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 http://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.
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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.
Ways to Support Utah Crew
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
Utah Crew Tops with 8 Entries for Today’s Race UPDATE ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2017: Photos here! UPDATE ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2017: Here are final results. UPDATE @ 1 PM MOUNTAIN TIME: I am hearing unofficially that the Boys Novice 4 and Novice Single both got first place! PRE-RACE POST: The team headed out after practice…
Another successful event Sixteen Utah Crew rowers, several family members, Coach Linda and her husband, and two dogs (Corona and Mr. Bubbles) headed up to Moon Lake in the Uintas this weekend for team building and some fantastic rowing! The weather was great with sunny days and cool nights and only a few off-and-on showers.…
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!
Utah Crew competed at the Mountain West Youth Rowing Championships on May 13th and walked away with a haul of gold and silver medals and two provisional qualifications for Youth Nationals despite being one of the smallest clubs there. It was great day! See full results here (https://www.regattacentral.com/regatta/results/5196_8709.pdf) and see below for placement. 16 hours…
Placing second in their heat with just .001 seconds to spare, our women’s pair of Zoe Glasgow and Samantha Kelsey became the first ever Utah Crew team boat to make the grand finals at Southwest Regional Championships and only the second ever after Max Milavetz in the M1x last year. Zoe and Sam placed 6th…
In Utah Crew’s first ever international competition, our M4+ made it to the final four of the Britannia Challenge Cup of the 2016 Henley Royal Regatta. Making semi-finals day at Henley is a rare accomplishment for any rower, with over 12 crews eliminated in just our event. Rowers Tyler Stevens, Harrison Unruh, Maxwell Milavetz, Samuel…
In 2015, KSL visited Utah Crew to learn more about rowing in Salt Lake City. Check out the full article here: http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=36742420.
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