Princeton University is hosting two winter camps for high school rowers this weekend and next weekend. This is a great opportunity for 9th-12th graders to receive feedback from collegiate coaches. If you are interested, more information and registration are available HERE. These camps are completely optional, but if you are interested please reach out to your respective coach.
A description of the camps from their website:
“The Princeton University Rowing Clinics are for experienced male and female high school rowers who are interested in enhancing their rowing skills before the spring racing season. Members of the University coaching staff will utilize Princeton’s state-of-the-art indoor training center to comprehensively improve athlete’s rowing technique, physiological output, core strength, and flexibility. Two, five-hour training sessions will include rowing in the tanks, introductions to ergometer workouts and testing methods, core strength training, intensive stretching, and speakers from both the Princeton University staff and the US Olympic Rowing Team. There will be 60 minutes of video review and a reception for parents and coaches at the end of the clinic.”
Have a great weekend. GO MERCER!